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UPDATE: Body discovered on Corinth Cemetery Road Monday connected to Saturday triple homicide

UPDATE: The body of a man found in a shallow grave off of Corinth Cemetery Road has been identified as 45-year-old Aaron Byers. Corbin Police Captain Coy Wilson said Byers was married to 33-year-old Tiffany Myers, who was shot and killed along with her unborn child, and...

I-75 near Corbin to be reduced to one lane Tuesday

Northbound Interstate 75 near Corbin will be reduced to one lane Tuesday. Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet office in Manchester stated that the section between mile markers 23 and 25 near Exit 25 would be affected as crews work to repair potholes in the area....

Corbin woman among three arrested in connection with threats to Knox County Schools

A Corbin woman was one of three individuals arrested in connection with social media threats aimed at Knox County Schools. Kentucky State Police arrested 19-year-old Megan Scott of Corbin, a student at Knox County High School, along with a 13-year-old female who attends Knox...

Update: Corbin police arrest one in connection with triple homicides

Update: About 5:20 p.m. Sunday, Corbin Police arrested 37-year-old Paul  Brock of Corbin in connection with a triple homicide Saturday afternoon on Ellison Street. Brock was brought in for questioning Sunday afternoon, which took place at the Corbin Police Department. He was...

Copeland and Romines Law Office pledges money toward purchase of metal detectors for Corbin schools

A Corbin area law firm is pledging $20,000 toward the purchase of metal detectors for Corbin Independent Schools. In a video released on Copeland and Romines Law Office’s Facebook page Thursday morning, attorney Shane Romines “I don’t know about you, but I have been sickened and...

Tourism discusses need to replace Sanders Park pedestal

The concrete pedestal on which the bronze statue of KFC founder Col. Harland Sanders stands is crumbling and will need to be replaced. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin Public Library may serve as site of census worker training

The Corbin Public Library Board will have one and possibly two new members. At Thursday regular board meeting, the members voted on secret ballots to make recommendations to the Corbin City Commission on two members. The seats belong to Brenda Jones and Thelma “Frankie” Sasser....

Huff introduces bicycle helmet, suicide awareness training bills

State Representative Regina Huff, R-Williamsburg, has sponsored a bill mandating children wear bicycle helmets and a second bill that would require teachers to undergo suicide awareness training as part of their professional development. Huff said HB-52 and HB-30 have both passed...

Dixie Café could open again with new owner

The Dixie Café in Corbin may be re-opening under new ownership. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Three other Corbin restaurants owe city back taxes

While the Dixie Café was the biggest offender when it came to unpaid Corbin restaurant taxes, three other businesses also currently have unpaid restaurant taxes. Corbin City Collector Dorotha Weber said Basil’s Restaurant and the Donut Diner both owe taxes for the fourth quarter...