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Police dismantle ‘major’ meth lab operation in Corbin

Four people are in custody and many more arrests are expected after police raided a...

ONLY ONLINE: Corbin schools drafting new, stricter dress code for staff

The Corbin Board of Education is likely to vote sometime early next year on a stricter dress code and appearance policy for teachers and classified staff members - a move to bolster and tighten changes made to school system policies regarding the issue that were approved in...

Man who robbed Corbin bank gets 13.5 years in prison

A local man who allegedly robbed a Corbin bank in broad daylight in late March was sentenced to over 13 years in federal prison Tuesday and will have to pay over $7,000 in restitution.

KNOA letter

Read the letter from KNOA by clicking here. My column this week is about a proposal to make any cold medicines with pseudoephedrine in them a presciption medication. The idea behind this is to make it harder to obtain one of the principal ingredients of methamphetamine. Click on...

Police believe Corbin man seriously burned while operating meth lab

Authorities think a Corbin man was severely burned Thursday morning after a methamphetamine lab blew up on him.
Glenn Centers, of Corbin, was admitted to the Baptist Regional Medical Center emergency room with chemical burns on one side of his body.

Corbin man found passed out while he was supposed to be watching children

A Corbin man is in jail after police received a complaint that he was neglecting his children and...

House of S&J wins downtown Corbin Christmas window decorating contest

A downtown jewelry and home décor store is the overall winner of the Corbin...

Time to clean up residency requirements for candidates, voters

The number of citizens hoping to win political offices in next year's election is encouraging and exciting. Robust participation in the political process is a sign that people are interested in the effectiveness with which government serves the people.

City of Corbin to unveil new website by end of the month

The city of Corbin plans to unveil a completely revamped website by the end of the month, Mayor Willard McBurney said Tuesday.

Attorney for ex Williamsburg officer lays groundwork for defense in doctor shopping case

An attorney for a former Williamsburg police officer, who was arrested last week for doctor shopping, laid the groundwork Tuesday for a likely defense strategy, and got a key witness in the case to admit that the town's current chief of police is the one who initially tipped...