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Keeping the legacy of Old Dixie alive

A call for smaller government and a continued focus on education about the...

Police searching for man who robbed Corbin Subway at gunpoint

Police are asking the public for any information that would lead to the arrest of the man they say robbed a south Corbin restaurant at gunpoint Tuesday night.

EXTRA CONTENT: City of Corbin revives dormant Ethics Board

Dormant for over six years, the city of Corbin voted Monday to revive its Board of Ethics, a move that one of the City Commission's newest members said is long overdue.

Blaze damages house near Corbin High School Friday

Corbin firefighters fight through smoke to extinguish a blaze on Goodwin Street...

Deadline looms for Supreme Court battle in Corbin, Knox tax case

Today is the deadline for the Knox County Fiscal Court to appeal to the Kentucky Supreme Court a 2010 ruling that could finally pave the way for collection of occupational taxes in the city of Corbin, and essentially gut a huge portion of tax revenue from the county coffers.

Corbin Police make switch to new digital radio system

Those accustomed to listening to Corbin Police Department radio traffic may have...

Corbin Police seek public’s help in finding missing juvenile

Police are looking for a 16-year-old girl who apparently ran away from...

Corbin man arrested for trying to rob couple at knifepoint Sunday night

Kenneth Johnson of Corbin was arrested Sunday for armed robbery.

A Corbin...

ONLY ONLINE: Lynch looks back at time spent on Corbin Commission, hints at running for office in two years

When first approached about the idea of filling his father's unexpired term on the Corbin City Commission in June, Rickie Lynch declined the offer.