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Corbin City Commission, Tourism Commission hold joint meeting to discuss projects

The Corbin City Commission and the Corbin Tourism Commission met informally Monday night to discuss the projects each group has planned and ways they can support each other for the betterment of the community. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...

Corbin City Manager begins suspension

With the end of NIBROC, Corbin City Manager Marlon Sams has begun serving his 30-day suspension without pay, handed down by the city commission on July 16. The commission voted to suspend Sams for what was described as, “inaccuracies in the budget process relating to payroll.”...

Mercy Medical Clinic hosts, ‘Back to School Bash’

Mercy Medical Clinic in Corbin stepped outside the box Saturday providing assorted school supplies as part of its inaugural, “Back to School Bash.” Working in conjunction with Forcht Bank, Forcht Broadcasting and the West Knox Fire Department, Eric and Katie Baker, Ashley Barton...

West Knox, Lily firefighters battle weekend blazes

West Knox firefighters battled two structure fires over the weekend, limiting the damage in one, but unable to save the other. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Preview: Cats should be legit threat in district, region this fall

Hopes are high as the Lynn Camp Wildcats prepare to open the 2018 football season on August 17 at Knott County Central. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Traffic at new Corbin Middle School snarls Master, Main Street Monday

A new school year and a new school created traffic issues Monday on Master Street and Main Street in Corbin, but officials at Corbin Independent Schools say they are working to resolve the problem. Superintendent Dave Cox said it was a combination of things that caused the backup...

#KeepCorbinClean needs big push to win, ‘Beautify the Bluegrass’

#KeepCorbinClean is one of 11 finalists in the 2018 Beautify the Bluegrass initiative and it has until Wednesday to overcome a substantial voting deficit. Ballots may be cast at www.kentuckyliving.com. As of Monday morning, Mt. Sterling’s effort to rejuvenate its downtown park...

Williamsburg’s Makayla Mack crowned, ‘Miss NIBROC’

Makayla Mack of Williamsburg was crowned Miss NIBROC 2018 Saturday night. Mack, the daughter of Craig and Joy Mack, is a 2017 graduate of Williamsburg High School and currently attends Western Kentucky University where she is majoring in exercise science. “I have been coming and...

Corbin Code Enforcement Board recommends liens to recover mowing expenses

As the City of Corbin has incurred more and more expenses mowing overgrown grass on seven properties, the code enforcement board is recommending liens be filed to ensure if/when the properties are sold, the city can recoup some of its expenses. You need to login to view the rest...

Closing of Eighth Street approved

The Corbin City Commission has taken the final step to close the portion of Eight Street between Poplar and Kentucky Ave. At a special called meeting Thursday morning, the commissioners approved the second reading of the ordinance authoring the closure of the street between the...