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Officials report minor damage following severe storms, high winds overnight

There was some havoc throughout the area early Wednesday morning due to storms, but officials say damage was relatively minor and no one was injured. The most significant damage was seen at Kroger Station shopping center where a large section of the roof of the building was blown...

Electronic Edition for 4-4-2018

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Huff touts accomplishments in recent legislative session

State Representative Regina Bunch Huff, R-Williamsburg, saw two of the bills she sponsored during the current legislative session become law, while two others failed to pass the Senate. The bills passing included HB 30, which requires teachers to devote two of their required 24...

Ky. Supreme Court candidate Tapp speaks at Corbin Rotary meeting

David Tapp, Circuit Court Judge for Pulaski, Rockcastle and Lincoln counties, who is one of three candidates for the Kentucky Supreme Court, was the featured speaker at the Corbin Rotary Club meeting last Thursday. Tapp, who is running against Dan Ballou and Debra Hembree Lambert...

Corbin spring clean-up set for April 16-20 and April 23-27

The City of Corbin is offering its residents some help with spring cleaning. During the weeks of April 16-20 and April 23-27, Corbin Public Works will be offering free curbside pickup of furniture and other large items. “About the only thing we don’t take is tires, because there...

Child abuse suspect enters not guilty plea in district court

A Corbin man has pleaded not guilty to a child abuse charge filed after school officials discovered bruises on his four-year-old daughter’s leg and buttocks, and will return to court June 12 for a pretrial conference. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please...

Legal Notices for 4-4-18

BID NOTICE: The Whitley County Health Department is taking sealed bids on a 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer, approximately 170,000 miles, 4WD. The vehicle will be sold as is. Minimum bid $500. Bids will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, April 6, 2018. For more information,...

Board orders 9 Corbin houses to be demolished

The Corbin Code Enforcement Board voted Monday to recommend the demolition of nine abandoned, dilapidated houses whose owners, collectively, owed over $49,648 to the city in fines and fees. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Master Commissioner Sale 3-28-17

COMMONWEAL TH OF KENTUCKY 34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT CIVIL ACTION NO. 17-Cl-00282 DIVISION II FIRST VOLUNTEER BANK OF TENNESSEE, PLAINTIFF vs. GARY TAYLOR, Administrator of the ESTATE OF LARRYW. TAYLOR, AfK/A LARRY WAYNE TAYLOR, Deceased; COURTNEY L. TAYLOR,...

New Mexican restaurant opens on Main Street

Another restaurant option officially came to life in Corbin Monday as Si Senor Mexican Restaurant opened its doors. The new restaurant, offering, “authentic Mexican food,” is located at 1600 South Main Street adjacent to Woods Realty. The restaurant, operated by Imer Lopez, opens...