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Laurel County reports 90 new COVID-19 cases between Saturday and Monday

The Laurel County Health Department reported Monday that 90 new COVID-19 cases had been diagnosed between Saturday and Monday. The Laurel County Health Department reported 29 new COVID-19 cases Monday, 30 new cases Sunday, 31 new cases Saturday, 32 new cases Friday, 41 new cases...
Posted On 23 Nov 2020

James R. Gaither Sr.

James R. Gaither, Sr., age 89, of Corbin, passed away on Sunday, November 22, 2020, at his home. He is survived by his wife, Kay J. Osborn Gaither. Following the current COVID-19 mandates from the Governor, all services will be private. Memorials are suggested to Greenland...

W’burg woman arrested for kicking, spitting on Laurel Co. deputies

A Williamsburg woman was arrest Saturday in north Corbin after she allegedly kicked and spit on Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies. Gerlene Cox, 67, was arrested at the unidentified business on West Cumberland Gap Pkwy. on charges of public intoxication – controlled substance,...

Joe Alonzo Lambdin

Joe Alonzo Lambdin, age 80, of Possum Creek Road, Williamsburg, Kentucky departed this life on Friday, November 20, 2020 at Baptist Health in Corbin, Kentucky. Joe was born on January 13, 1940, in Williamsburg, Kentucky, to the late Charlie and Hattie (Jordan) Lambdin. Joe was a...

Henry “Buddy” Martin

Henry “Buddy” Martin was born and raised in Corbin, Kentucky. He passed away on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at Baptist Health Corbin in Corbin, Kentucky. His parents were Henry and Lou Martin, both natives of Corbin, Kentucky. He was preceded in death by his siblings, Ethel...

Corbin man charged with trafficking heroin Sunday

A complaint about a reckless driver in north Corbin Sunday afternoon led to the arrest of a Corbin man for allegedly trafficking heroin. Corbin Police charged Justin Helton, 32, with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance – heroin after they reported locating 1.6...

Local attorney Shane Romines sets up another round of, ‘The Champ’s Tab’ to help local restaurants

With Gov. Andy Beshear shutting down restaurants across the state to in-person dining, local attorney Shane Romines has established “The Champ’s Tab” at several local restaurants in an effort to help them continue to operate. Romines announced Monday on his Facebook Liv...

Letter to the Editor: ‘Half Marathon was a perfect success’

This Saturday, November 14, I was so proud to call myself a Corbinite! The inaugural Colonel Sanders half marathon was absolutely a perfect success. They even got the weather right. Significant kudos to Maggy Kriebel and her outstanding planning team. A million thanks to all the...
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Whitley County JROTC receives NRA grant to purchase competition air rifles

Thanks to a grant from The National Rifle Association (NRA) Foundation and Friends of the NRA, the Whitley County High School JROTC received a grant totaling about $5,000 to purchase air rifles, target systems, and the equipment required to charge air rifles. “This new equipment...
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