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Tickets on sale for annual Rotary International Dinner

Corbin and London’s Rotary International clubs will be joining together for the 10th consecutive year to host the Rotary International Dinner in an effort to help the organization eradicate polio, worldwide. This year’s dinner will be held at The Arena in Corbin at 7 p.m. on...

Corbin City Commission approves downtown master plan

After months of planning and several public meetings, the Corbin City Commission approved the final draft of the street scaping and wayfinding study during its monthly meeting Monday night. The plan, which has been in the works since 2016, is designed to make Corbin more...

News Journal for 2-28-2018

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Control of The Corbin Center going back to City of Corbin

The City of Corbin will be taking back control of The Corbin Center effective June 1. The Corbin Board of Education and the Corbin City Commission have each approved an agreement that the school system would operate the multi-purpose facility through May 31 and be permitted to...

CHS student threatened to bring gun to school Tuesday

For the second time in less than a week, Corbin Police were called to investigate alleged threats made by a Corbin student. Corbin High School’s Resource Officer William Rose was notified about 10 a.m. Tuesday after a student had allegedly made a threat. “Another kid said he was...

Singleton says 2018 Lady Colonels are working hard, showing promise

The Whitley County Lady Colonels go into the 2018 softball season still in a rebuilding mode under second year Coach Angela Singleton, but look poised with several returning players and starters to potentially improve significantly from last season.
Posted On 28 Feb 2018
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