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Staff, salary reductions to be considered by Corbin Board of Education Thursday

In an effort to close a $300,000 budget shortfall for the 2012-13 school year, Corbin Schools Superintendent Ed McNeel is recommending the school board not renew 18 faculty and staff contracts and reductions in salaries for another 20.

Three teens arrested for trying to burn down Corbin house

Three teenagers accused of trying to burn down a vacant house on Maynor Street last Tuesday made their first appearance in court Monday.

Lynn Camp students plan to play biggest game of Monopoly ever

Six teams of students at Lynn Camp Middle and High schools are gearing up for a little game of Monopoly.

Family reunited with dog lost in crash on I-75 near Corbin

Three weeks of search and rescue efforts on the part of local residents have finally paid off as "Bear" the black lab was reunited with his family Tuesday afternoon.

Second Annual NIBROC Just Lose It competition gets off to good start

At least 115 people have signed on to fight the battle of the bulge in the second annual Nibroc Just Lose It competition.

Gas leak forces closure of Barbourville Street in Corbin Monday

Corbin Cities Utilities workers in the process of upgrading sewer lines had to make an emergency repair to a gas line near the intersection of Barbourville and Hamlin streets that was damaged in the process.

First potential liquor store owners come forward

The first two individuals have taken the first step in obtaining a package liquor license, filing notices of intent to sell alcohol and/or beer under Corbin's new package alcohol ordinance.

Gray teen killed as he tries to cross U.S. 25E

  A Gray teen was killed Thursday night when two cars hit him as he tried to run across U.S. 25E just north of Barbourville.

Reams get 18 months for his part in fraud conspiracy

 Former Laurel County Emergency Management Director was facing up to five years in federal prison for his part in a conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government of more than  $240,000 in grant money destined to purchase equipment need in the event of a...

EXTRA CONTENT: New liquor ordinance will allow Sunday sales in Corbin

Package liquor sales are coming to Corbin as soon as June. Coming sooner is alcohol sales on Sunday.