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EXTRA CONTENT: Initial audit of Arena shows it made more than $81,000

An initial audit of the financial activities at the Southeast Kentucky Agriculture and Exposition Center in Corbin shows the facility made over $81,000 in profit from the beginning of the year through June 30, but city leaders say they are waiting for their own auditors to...

Cottongim Drug latest business to benefit from Main Street grants

One of downtown Corbin's most recognizable and time-tested businesses is receiving a facelift this week, all thanks to grant money procured by the Corbin Main...

EXTRA CONTENT: Rockholds couple sues animal shelter over ‘incessant, boisterous barking’

A Rockholds couple has filed a lawsuit claiming that noise from the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter is so annoying that they can't sleep at nights, and they are asking the court to order the shelter to no longer keep animals in outdoor kennels in order to solve the problem.

Local duo arrested for drug, stolen vehicle charges at Corbin Walgreens

A Corbin man and Lily woman are facing felony drug charges and are accused of driving a stolen truck following their arrest Saturday at Walgreens near downtown Corbin.

UPDATED: Corbin’s Evans named middle school Teacher of the Year for Kentucky

Corbin Middle School science teacher Melissa Evans was named one of the state's...

UPDATED: Artemus man arrested for ramming car into Corbin market

An Artemus man was arrested Tuesday after police say he hit a Corbin store with his vehicle, then drove away.

It’s not over ’til it’s over

I have been on the receiving end of a few jabs regarding my position in the News Journal Pigskin Picks section of our newspaper. I was languishing in last place for a time, but now am only a game away from overtaking a few others. I predict a second place finish for the...

Corbin train art exhibit to go on display Oct. 31

The city of Corbin's first public art project will go on display Halloween Day, and the town's Main Street Manager said the end result will be something she thinks the town will be proud of.

Tourism director may not be financially feasible, board accountant says

The Corbin Tourist and Convention Commission discussed Monday the idea of hiring a Tourism Director and vowed in the coming months to study what the potential duties of a director would be, or if the position is even necessary at all.