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Jellico Police make gambling arrests at Main Street pool hall

A raid on a pool hall in Jellico Wednesday resulted in the arrest of the owner, the seizure of working gambling machines along with other gambling related items, and more than $4,600 in cash. Jellico Police Chief Gary Perkins said in a release that Warren Terry, of Duff,...

Lorene Miracle

Lorene Miracle, age 86, of Corbin, Kentucky, passed away on Sunday, May 16, 2021 at home surrounded by her loving family. Wonderful mother, wife, grandmother, sister, and friend. She brought a smile with her laughter, joy with her storytelling, and wisdom with her earthly...

Tombstone Junction property now up for auction thru May 27

Bids for the Tombstone Junction property are coming in as the auction winds down. The auction which is set to end on May 27 at 5 p.m. had received 90 bids as of noon on May 17 with the highest bid being $60,100. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to...

Corbin High School students collect shoes donated by community for WaterStep

Corbin High School Social Studies teacher Cheryl Tinsley said Corbin has been participating with the WaterStep program for seven years. It all started with Tinsley’s two sons and Lauren Shackleford’s, the current leader of the program, older brother. “It’s really not a difficult...

Photo Gallery: For King & Country

The Corbin Arena served as host to Christian artist duo For King & Country. The two brothers, Joel and Luke Smallbone, performed at The Arena as part of a rescheduled tour on May 14.  

Movies at the Park draws crowd

Approximately 100 people attended Corbin’s first Movies at the Park for 2021 on Saturday evening. The Corbin Tourism Commission showed Toy Story 4. Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody were in attendance for the event. The next movie in the park will be Hocus Pocus on Oct. 2.

Shot clock approved for high school basketball

The National Federation of State High School Associations, which is the parent organization of the KHSAA, has authorized the member organizations to approved a shot clock in high school basketball beginning in the 2022-23 season. Following the meeting of the organization’s...
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