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Whitley County Schools will be closed Thursday and Friday due to illness

Whitley County Schools will be closed Thursday and Friday due to illness. School officials announced the decision Wednesday afternoon, noting all of the schools and buses would be disinfected during that time. “We ask that you help us by disinfecting your child’s book bag and...

Sweeties ice cream store coming to downtown Corbin

A Corbin businessman is adding a new wrinkle to downtown as work has begun on Sweeties Ice Cream and Mini Donuts. “I’ve always wanted ice cream. I think ice cream is great,” said owner Jim Bruso. “I have been in business on Main Street for over 15 years, and people don’t have...

Corbin native, renowned song writer Eddie Setser passes away

A Corbin native who made his mark in the music industry by writing songs made popular by Willie Nelson and Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Reba McEntire and The Bellamy Brothers, died Monday. Eddie Setser was 77 years old. Setser’s most famous song is, “Seven Spanish Angels,” made...

Huff Recognized Among Legislators as Conservative Award Recipient

The American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF) recognizes Representative Regina Huff of Williamsburg with an Award for Conservative Achievement. This award is presented to state legislators that continually illustrate conservative principles in their work. “I am grateful to...
Posted On 29 Jan 2020
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SUV flips over during I-75 crash; driver leaves scene before police arrive

  A Tennessee SUV flipped onto its top during an I-75 accident that also involved two semis near the state line Tuesday morning in Whitley County with the driver of the SUV leaving the scene on foot before police arrived. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today,...
Posted On 29 Jan 2020

Master Street sewer replacement project delayed by concrete issue

The work to replace the sewer line that runs along Master Street has been delayed due to harder than expected concrete. Corbin City Utilities General Manager Ron Herd said the construction crew was on scene begin digging up the first section of roadway for the $1.5 million...

Cumberland River Behavioral Health installing community food pantry

Cumberland River Behavioral Health in north Corbin is stepping up its service to the community by installing a community food pantry outside the building on American Greeting Card Road. The pantry box will be installed in the parking lot near the entrance to the buildin...
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