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New CMS should be ready to open in August

The new Corbin Middle School is on track to be open when students return to class in August, but the addition to Corbin Primary and renovations to the current middle school means third, fourth and fifth grades will remain at the elementary and intermediate schools throughout next...

Constable, police find suspected crystal meth

Police confiscated over six grams of suspected crystal meth and found four firearms and observed a 14-month-old child while attempting to arrest a Williamsburg man on an indictment warrant late Monday evening, according to a press release from Third-District Constable Dorman...
Posted On 30 May 2018

Unemployment rates drop across Kentucky, locally

Unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between April 2017 and April 2018, according to the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Whitley County’s unemployment rate...
Posted On 30 May 2018

Gray man accused of trying to steal not one, but two vehicles

A Gray man was arrested Friday after Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies say he tried to take a vehicle, only to be stopped by the owner last Friday night. Deputies arrested Jerry R. Mosley, 42, in a parking lot off of West Cumberland Gap Parkway. Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the...

Legal Notices for 5-30-18

NOTICE OF BOND RELEASE In accordance with KRS 350.093, notice is hereby given that Mountainside Coal Co., Inc., 7692 S. HWY 25W, Williamsburg, KY 40769 has applied for a Phase III Bond Release for Increments 1 and 3 on Permit # 918-0464, which was last issued on October 9, 2015....

Electronic Edition for 5-30-2018

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Whitley man to compete on upcoming Survivor season

Williamsburg resident Nick Wilson will be featured as a contestant on the upcoming season of the hit reality TV show ‘Survivor.’ He is a graduate of Whitley County High School. Outwit, Outplay, Outlast. That is what Whitley County native, Nick Wilson will attempt to do ...

Tourism impact report disputed

For the second consecutive year, the Corbin Tourism Commission is taking issue with the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet’s tourism economic impact report concerning Whitley County. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Campbell’s Ceramics opens for business in downtown Corbin

Downtown Corbin has added a unique business to Main Street as the mother-daughter team of Kathy and Chelsea Campbell have opened the doors of Campbell’s Ceramics. Located at 211 South Main Street, across from The Dixie Grill, the Campbells said their goals are to add another...

Young selected as honoree for 7th Annual Ultimate Climb Challenge

Each year Hometown Bank partners with the Corbin Arena to sponsor the 5k Ultimate Climb Challenge Run/Walk to raise money and awareness for American Cancer’s Relay for Life and each year they choose someone special to dedicate and honor their fundraising efforts to. This year...