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EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin 20/20 Vision plan to be unveiled, discussed next Tuesday

The Corbin Chamber of Commerce will use next Tuesday's general membership luncheon as a forum to unveil the city's new 20/20 Vision Plan - a roadmap local leaders say will be used to help chart Corbin's path to future progress.

Voters reject proposal to allow alcohol sales at resort near Cumberland Falls

Less than 20 votes separated those that wanted to allow alcohol to be sold at a Cumberland Falls...

EXTRA CONTENT: CUC to raise electric rates by 11 percent in July

Electric customers with Corbin's City Utilities Commission (CUC) can expect a sharp rate increase starting in July, but local officials say they are simply passing on the increased cost of wholesale power to consumers.

Corbin officials to celebrate opening of disc golf course Friday

Corbin is now home to one of only 19 disc golf courses in the state of Kentucky - part of a game that is quickly growing in popularity, and one local officials say just about anyone can play.

Southern Whitley County teens injured in ATV crash

Two teens were seriously injured Sunday night in a four-wheeler accident in southern...

Mr. Molecule visits Central Elementary

Mr. Molecule puts on a zany, high-energy show recently for students...

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin School board agrees to buy property; approves budget

School Board members approved the purchase of three pieces of property near the Corbin High School last week that will clear the way for upcoming improvements to the site and future expansion.

Black bear spotted in Corbin area

Several local residents have sighted a black bear in and around the city limits of Corbin in the last two days, and the information has resulted in a measure of caution at one local school near where the bear was sighted. Dispatcher at the Corbin 911 emergency dispatch center say...

Police identify body as Jeremy Johnson; Grubb charged with murder

Authorities have positively identified the body of a Knox County man found last Friday and have charged a long-time suspect with his murder.

Open up a little, time for city to bring back work session meetings

I've covered Corbin City Commission meetings, on and off, for the last 12 years now. I would consider myself fairly knowledgeable about the workings of city government.