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One Corbin resident, three London residents graduate KSP Academy

A Corbin resident, three London residents and 31 other people are now Kentucky State Police troopers following a graduation ceremony from the Kentucky State Police Academy Friday. Their addition to the force brings the agency’s strength to a total of 809 troopers serving the...
Posted On 06 Feb 2019

W’burg man suing senior citizen, who shot him during road rage incident

A Williamsburg man, who was shot in the ear last year during an alleged road rage incident with a man 50 years his senior, is suing the man, who shot him. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 06 Feb 2019

WCHS will host UNITE’s ‘Shoot Hoops Not Drugs’ basketball camp on June 20

Local youngsters, who want to learn more about basketball and meet a former University of Kentucky basketball player, will have the chance to do so for free this summer. Whitley County High School will play host to one of Operation UNITE’s “Shoot Hoops Not Drugs” programs. The...
Posted On 06 Feb 2019

City commission tables splash pad discussion

The Corbin City Commission discussed the bids and designs for the proposed splash pad to be located on North Main Street at a special called meeting Tuesday, but elected to table the matter until the regular meeting on Feb. 18. You need to login to view the rest of the content....

Space heater suspected cause of Thursday morning fire

Firefighters believe a space heater sparked a fire that destroyed a double-wide mobile home in Corbin last Thursday. Oak Grove firefighters were called to the scene on Browning Acres Road near the intersection with Barton Mill Road just before 9 a.m. Corbin Police Officer David...

Concerns arise over viability of railroad museum

At least one member of the Corbin Tourism Commission is questioning the wisdom of spending up to $1 million on the proposed Corbin Railroad Museum, but have asked Tourism Director Maggy Kriebel to move forward with the request for proposal. At a special called tourism meeting...

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