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Corbin man arrested on sodomy, incest, sexual abuse charges

A Corbin man indicted Monday on charges of sodomy, incest and sexual abuse, was arrested Wednesday after appearing in Whitley District Court on an unrelated matter. Corbin Police arrested Joshua Jones, 38, on a warrant stemming from the indictment, while he was appearing in court...

Corbin Mayor’s Race: Razmus wants Corbin to be tourism hotspot

Corbin businesswoman Suzie Razmus is seeking to return to local government as Corbin’s next mayor. “I love our town. I think of this as public service,” said Razmus, whose family owns Tri-County Cineplex. “I was raised by parents that believed very strongly in public service and...

Gray man has conquered hiking’s ‘Triple Crown’; sets sights on speed record

There are numerous people, who have successfully turned their lives around, going from couch potatoes to 5K competitors. One Gray man has upped the ante, going from the couch to accomplishing hiking’s, “Triple Crown” and preparing for a world record attempt. At age 27, Daniel...

Intoxicated woman arrested after knocking on multiple doors, deputies say

A Lily woman was arrested Sunday night after police found her knocking on multiple doors along Echo Valley Road and determined she was under the influence. Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Donna G. Medley, 51, on one count of public intoxication – controlled substance....

Knox Co. Sheriff’s deputy arrests two suspected drug traffickers

A Knox County Sheriff’s deputy arrested two women for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine Sunday night, but first he had to talk one of them into coming out of a store bathroom after she locked herself inside. Deputy William Stewart, the department’s public affairs officer,...

Corbin Police arrest squatters at Steele Street home

Two people were arrested Monday morning on charges that they were illegally, “squatting” in an abandoned home in Corbin. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin schools receive $975k literacy grant

Corbin Independent Schools will receive a $975,000 federal grant to improve literacy at all grade levels. At the Corbin Independent School Board’s regular monthly meeting Thursday, Mark Daniels, Director of Support Services, announced that the school system had been awarded the...

Annual fire school event coming to Corbin

More than 225 firefighters are coming to Corbin, the site of the Southeastern Kentucky Firefighters Association’s annual fall fire school this weekend. The firefighters will be in the area Friday through Sunday, taking part in a combination of classroom work and field training,...

Corbin woman sentenced to 14 years for conspiracy to traffic meth

A Corbin woman was sentenced to 17 years in federal prison for her part in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. April Sizemore, Bowling, who had pleaded guilty to her part in the conspiracy involving Jeffery Cole, Jessica Flannery and Melody LeMar, is the last of the four...

Fate of surplus weights at Corbin Recreation Department raise questions

The Corbin City Commission has declared numerous weight and exercise equipment from the recreation center as surplus property, but there are questions concerning what will become of it. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us