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Junior Redhound Theatre performance moved to high school

The show will still go on as scheduled Thursday night, but Corbin Junior Redhound Theatre’s performance of “Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘Nightmare Theatre: A Frightful Comedy,’” has been moved to Corbin High School. Theatre Director Brandise Grimes said the play featuring students in...

Six students on bus involved in Tuesday wreck

A bus driver and six Corbin Preschool students were examined at the scene of a wreck involving a school bus Tuesday morning. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Electronic Edition for 11-8-2017

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Area schools planning Veterans Day ceremonies

Area schools will be hosting a variety of programs and events Thursday and Friday to honor local military veterans. Schools in the Corbin Independent, Knox County, Whitley County, and Williamsburg Independent school systems have assorted programs. Corbin Elementary School will...

Corbin man arrested after domestic dispute

A Corbin man was arrested Monday afternoon for allegedly fleeing the scene of a domestic dispute. Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 36-year-old Ernest Higbee on charges of fourth-degree assault and second-degree fleeing or evading police – on foot. Deputy Gilbert...

BACK ON TOP: Williamsburg’s Selena Mattingly becomes two-time Class A cross country state champion

The Mattingly dynasty continues at Williamsburg. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

‘Hometown Teams’ Smithsonian exhibit to highlight history of Corbin High School athletics

Yearbooks, sweaters, letterman jackets, photos and a football from Corbin High School’s 1927 team are among the memorabilia that will help tell the story of Corbin sports when the Smithsonian Museum’s traveling exhibit, “Hometown Teams,” goes on display November 18.

Rockholds parents arrested after child calls 911

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies investigating a 911 call from a nine-year-old stating that he had been left home alone, arrested his parents. Sheriff Colan Harrell said deputies and social services workers were called to the residence on Johnny Holler Road about 3 a....

Column: There are a bunch of different ways you can get involved and show your support for our local athletic programs

This From the Sidelines column appeared in the Wednesday, November 8 print edition of the News Journal… You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us