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SUV strikes Corbin apartment building

Residents were shaken but uninjured Friday afternoon when an SUV ran into an apartment building on Gordon Street in Corbin. Corbin Police Officer Estes Rhodes said the elderly female driver of the Ford Explorer was backing out of the parking lot at Hillside Apartments just before...

Corbin man facing felony DUI charge

A Corbin man is facing a felony DUI charge following his fourth DUI arrest Thursday afternoon in Barbourville. Bob Homer Cox, 33, was arrested Thursday afternoon after police were called to investigate a two-vehicle collision on Martin Street. “Above (Cox) stated he had came...

Convicted felon gets seven years on gun charges; could be out in four months

A former Ohio resident, who is a convicted felon now living in Arizona, has been sentenced to seven years in prison after being caught with five firearms last summer in Whitley County. Bryon E. Kilgore, 60, formerly of Mansfield, Ohio, pled guilty in September to two counts of...
Posted On 28 Dec 2018

New Corbin City Commission sworn into office

The new Corbin City Commission was officially sworn in Friday morning. New Mayor Suzie Razmus, and new Commissioner Brandon Seth Shepherd will join incumbent commissioners David Grigsby Hart, Trent Knuckles and Andrew Pennington on the commission. The commission’s first meeting...

Stephen Ray Childress

Stephen Ray Childress, 48, of Corbin, passed away Friday, December 21, 2018 at Baptist Health Corbin. The funeral service was Wednesday, December 26, at the Jesus Christ Church of Latter Day Saints, Browning Acres Road in Corbin with Bishop James Potter speaking. Burial followed...

Survivors, secret phrases and info on legendary records

OK, this is a little weird. They say in the magazine industry, it is pretty common to be working on things that will be printed three to six months in the future. Normally, I write this column the day before it is published. But because of the necessities of the holiday printing...