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University of the Cumberlands hosting Patriot Preview Day Saturday

University of the Cumberlands officials say they are excited to welcome all high school students and their families to Patriot Preview Day on Saturday. Patriot Preview Day is held only twice a year and is an opportunity for high school students and their guardians to get an...
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Knox County Sheriff’s Department searching for man who took donation jar

A man has been identified in the theft of a donation jar meant to help the Knox-Whitley Humane Association. According to Knox County Sheriff Mike Smith, a man entered Sav-Rite Pharmacy in Corbin and stole a Knox- Whitley Animal Shelter (KWAS) donation jar on Monday, November ...

Corbin City Utilities finalizing plans to start sewer upgrades along Master Street

Nine months after the project was announced, the Corbin Utilities Commission is in the final stages of the paperwork and planning necessary to begin the installation of new sewer lines along Master Street. CUC General Manager Ron Herd said previously that the line that runs down...

Arts and Literary League creates Whoville for Christmas Open House

Downtown Corbin’s annual Christmas Open House is 1-5 p.m. Sunday and it will feature the chance to see The Grinch, Max the dog, and the Who’s, including a special Colonel Sanders Who, courtesy of the Corbin Arts and Literary League. Over the past two months, the members of the...

Following fatality, Master Street’s lighting, sidewalks topic of discussion at chamber luncheon

The future of Master Street in Corbin near the site of a fatal collision Monday evening involving a pedestrian was one of the topics discussed during the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Jessica Bray, Regional Transportation...
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Vigil held for WCHS student who died

Whitley County High School (WCHS) Junior, Fisher Barton, would have turned 17 years old Friday, but tragically his life was cut short due to an Oct. 4 ATV accident. On Friday evening, many of his friends, family and teachers gathered in the near freezing cold at the high school...
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