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$29 million CMS lives up to expectations at open house

Three years after planning began, the results of the effort to construct the new Corbin Middle School on the former St. Camillus Academy property were unveiled to the public Tuesday. School officials held an open house and ribbon cutting at the $29 million facility off of Master...

Onkst remembered as public servant who loved Corbin

Even after his playing days as a member of the Corbin Redhounds football team, Alan Onkst continued to make an impact in the community as a businessman, city commissioner, police officer, member of the Corbin Tourism Commission and member of the Redhound Varsity Club. “He loved...

Robbery charge amended against Knox County man

A Knox County man was arrested for the alleged robbery of a scooter. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Wild West Fiesta opening in Corbin

Tex Mex is coming to Corbin beginning in mid to late August. Wild West Fiesta will open for business beside Tobacco Barn, but the exact date of its grand opening has yet to be determined. Wild West Fiesta will feature Tex Mex cuisine. Tex Mex is a combination of American and...

W’burg woman pleads guilty to domestic violence charge

A Williamsburg woman pleaded guilty Monday to a domestic violence charge in Laurel County stemming from an incident that occurred at an apartment off of American Greeting Card Road Friday night in Laurel County. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not...

Wandering two-year-old leads to abuse charge for Lily woman

A Lily woman has been charged with criminal abuse after a social worker reportedly found her two-year-old child wandering around alone outside wearing nothing but a top Thursday morning. Bailey Myrann Karr, 19 is facing one count of first-degree criminal abuse. Laurel County...

Cumberland Valley Cruise-In set for Saturday

The Cumberland Valley Cruise-In will host its third event for the summer from 4 to 8 p.m. on July 14, on Main Street in Corbin. Cumberland Valley Cruise-In was founded in 2001. Over the course of the summer it hosts five events. July 14 will be the second event held on Main...

Whitley County Bicentennial BBQ Cookoff draws good crowd

Whether it was chicken legs on the bone, barbeque ribs, barbeque pork or shredded barbeque chicken, the cooks at the Whitley County Bicentennial BBQ Cookoff had a little something for everyone. Half a dozen cooks took part in the first ever event outside the Whitley County...
Posted On 11 Jul 2018

Corbin Tourism discusses plans for splashpad

The Corbin Tourist and Convention Commission met on July 10 in order to discuss the financial report, upcoming tourism events and new investments the group would like to make into the Corbin community. The meeting began with the approval of the financial report presented by Kyle...

W’burg man found passed out behind the wheel arrested

A Williamsburg man was arrested for DUI on Independence Day after police allegedly found him passed out in his vehicle. About 7:34 p.m., Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird observed Prince Branham, 54, of Mountain View Drive, sitting at the stop sign on Seventh Street and passed...
Posted On 11 Jul 2018
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