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2018 Football Season Preview

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Electronic Edition for 8-15-18

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Former CHS, Alice Lloyd standout in the hunt for third NIBROC 3-on-3 Tournament title

He’s not the biggest, or most intimidating player on the court. But former Corbin High School, and Alice Lloyd College, standout Isaac Wilson has been the most consistently dominate presence at the annual NIBROC 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament over it’s six year existence. He’ll be...

Carpenter talks to Rotary about area job growth

Corbin’s Director of Economic Development, Bruce Carpenter, said his program has been awarded over $5 million in grant funds to help create jobs locally, and touted the repeated construction of large speculative buildings as key to the effort during a recent speech to the Corbin...

Seventh annual Lion’s Chase 5K Obstacle Race expected to draw 600

The toughest 5k race in all of sports is back and organizers are expecting around 600 competitors to compete to see who truly has the “heart of a Lion.” The seventh annual Lion’s Chase obstacle course 5k race will take place again, September 8, on a rolling, picturesque farm in...

Electronic Edition for 8-8-2018

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Annie Moses Band to kick off Fine Arts Association’s 57th Annual concert series Aug. 25

The 57th Annual Concert Series schedule for the Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky has been released and it provides a diverse offering of entertainment that just about anyone will enjoy, officials with the organization say. “I believe our programming is simply...

We must remember, we are all ambassadors for our communities

Trent Knuckles is publisher of The News Journal. Since we are a newspaper and we are located on Main Street in Corbin, it’s a relatively common thing for folks from out of town to stop in seeking directions to certain restaurants, or Cumberland Falls or whatever. You need to...

Popular retired Corbin police officer, Larry Goodin, dies at age 67

Former Assistant Corbin Police Chief Larry Goodin is being remembered this week as a quiet, dedicated servant who served in an often-tough profession with class and dignity. Goodin, 67, died Saturday roughly 16 years after he served his last shift with the Corbin Police...

Bevin talks issues, but won’t announce re-election bid at local fundraiser

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin speaks to supporters recently at a fundraiser at the home of Eric and Kathryn Baker, in Corbin. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin discussed a wide range of topics during a private local fundraising event last week in Corbin, but the one question he didn’t fully...