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Corbin wins regional volleyball title Thursday in Bell Co.

Your Corbin Lady Hounds are once again champions of the 13th Region after their defeat of Whitley County Thursday night at Bell County High School.
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Laurel, Whitley, Bell and Knox counties report additional COVID-19 cases Thursday

Laurel, Whitley, Bell and Knox counties all reported additional COVID-19 cases Thursday. The Laurel County Health Department reported 31 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, 17 new cases Wednesday, 22 new cases Tuesday, 30 new cases Monday, 12 new cases Sunday, 20 new cases Saturday, and...
Posted On 29 Oct 2020

The Colonels Players presents, ‘An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe’

There is a saying in show business that, “The show must go on.” While COVID–19 has kept Whitley County High School students from attending in-person classes, The Colonel Players have been preparing for their first show of the year, “An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe,” to go on...

Stolen Caterpillar loader located in Lily Thursday morning

A front end loader that had been stolen out of Indiana was recovered Thursday morning in the Lily area. Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputies reportedly located the Caterpillar 988b, valued at $50,000 to $60,000 in the lot of a business on U.S. 25. “We got a tip that it was there,”...

Halloween costume motorcycle ride will benefit local Toys for Tots

The JC Paul Detachment of the Marine Corps League and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association are joining forces to help raise funds for the local Toys for Tots campaign on Saturday with a costume motorcycle ride. Registration for the ride will begin at 10 a.m. at Wildcat...

Halloween pet safety tips

Halloween is almost here, and to prevent this holiday from becoming a scary one for you and your pets, it’s important to consider common items and activities that can be dangerous to your furry friends. The holiday will undoubtedly look different this year due to COVID-19, and...
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Sunup Initiative hosting online screening of 1919 film

The Sunup Initiative is continuing its effort to shine light on the tragic action of 1919 when African-American’s were forced out of Corbin on Friday night when it hosts a virtual screening and discussion of Black in Appalachia’s, “The Corbin Expulsion of 1919.” Friday marks 101...