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Popular retired Corbin police officer, Larry Goodin, dies at age 67

Former Assistant Corbin Police Chief Larry Goodin is being remembered this week as a quiet, dedicated servant who served in an often-tough profession with class and dignity. Goodin, 67, died Saturday roughly 16 years after he served his last shift with the Corbin Police...

Bevin talks issues, but won’t announce re-election bid at local fundraiser

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin speaks to supporters recently at a fundraiser at the home of Eric and Kathryn Baker, in Corbin. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin discussed a wide range of topics during a private local fundraising event last week in Corbin, but the one question he didn’t fully...

Williamsburg police recover stolen vehicle

Williamsburg police recently recovered a stolen vehicle and arrested a Tennessee man, who allegedly had been driving it. Daniel Hatfield, 32, of Newcomb, pleaded not guilty Thursday during his arraignment Thursday in Whitley District Court to charges of receiving stolen property...
Posted On 01 Aug 2018

Corbin woman facing drug possession charges

A Corbin woman is facing drug possession charges after police found suspected meth in her vehicle, and a pill in her mouth after she got to jail, according to court documents. Rachel Lee Adams, 39, of Jasper Jamboree Road, pleaded not guilty during her arraignment Monday morning...
Posted On 01 Aug 2018

Corbin Rotary Club hosting bicycle rodeo at NIBROC

The Corbin Rotary Club will be hosting a Bicycle Rodeo from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 11 at the NIBROC Festival. Rotarians will be working the rodeo along with Mike Hale, owner of Mike’s Bike and Hike. Hale will be offering bicycle safety lessons to children. He...

Three charged with giving minors cocaine

Three men were arrested on charges that they gave alcohol and cocaine to two underage girls at a Corbin area hotel. Michael Isaiah Jaramillo, 20, Daniel Edward Olivarez, 25, and Alberto Adlay Quintanilla-Lara, 20 allegedly witnessed and participated in the consumption of the...

Testimony heard in case of brutal attack with broom handle

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Routine traffic stop leads to drugs, cash

A routine traffic stop in Williamsburg last week turned up cash, a scale, small baggies and suspected meth. Wesley Croley, 30, of Williamsburg, pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance-meth, failure to signal, no brake lights,...
Posted On 01 Aug 2018

Closing of Eighth Street approved

The Corbin City Commission has taken the final step to close the portion of Eight Street between Poplar and Kentucky Ave. At a special called meeting Thursday morning, the commissioners approved the second reading of the ordinance authoring the closure of the street between the...