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Update: Ky. Transportation Cabinet announces funding for Corbin sidewalks

The city of Corbin is getting over $160,000 worth of improved sidewalks thanks to funding announced Wednesday by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Department of Rural and Municipal Aid Commissioner Gray Tomblyn II traveled to Corbin City Hall Wednesday where he announced the...
Posted On 23 Oct 2019

Corbin City Commission approves proclamation remembering 1919 race riot

October 30 marks 100 years since the race riots that sparked Corbin’s reputation as a “sundown town” for minorities, especially African-Americans occurred. At its regular monthly meeting Monday night, the Corbin City Commission took a step toward repairing that reputation by...

Sav-Rite Home Care promotes fight against breast cancer

The fight against breast cancer is very personal to Kyle and Karen Hubbs and the staff at Sav-Rite Home Care as they see, firsthand, the effects the disease has on those who are battling it. Thursday afternoon, the store held its fourth annual special event to promote the fight...

Five area fire departments battle simultaneous structure fires

Firefighters from five area departments were called into action as two structure fires broke out in the West Knox Fire District within an hour last Wednesday. West Knox, Lily and Bailey Switch firefighters were called to Miller Lane, off of Sam Parker Road in Gray at...

Corbin Library hosting ghost tour Saturday

With Halloween approaching, the Corbin Public Library and Friends of the Corbin Library are hosting the annual Ghost Tour Saturday night. Following up on previous ghost tours, Diane Mitchell with the Friends of the Library, said the trolley will focus on another aspect ...

Woman indicted for assault with a gun, but no one was shot

A Williamsburg woman is accused of assaulting someone with a gun, but she is not accused of shooting anybody. The Whitley County Grand Jury issued its monthly report Monday morning, and indicted Felicia Prewitt, 33, charging her with second-degree assault. On Aug. 14, Prewitt...
Posted On 23 Oct 2019

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