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Investigation continues into thefts from vehicles in Corbin area

Area law enforcement is continuing to investigate a series of vehicle break-ins in Corbin and northern Whitley County. Reports of the incidents have been called in to Corbin Police, Whitley County Sheriff’s Department and Constable Ron “Bubba” Bowling. Corbin Police Lt. Coy...

Sagebrush Restaurant in Corbin padlocked over unpaid rent

Just over five months after it opened its doors, Sagebrush Steakhouse in Corbin was suddenly closed Tuesday via court order over what the owner claims is unpaid rent. Whitley County Sheriff Todd Shelley said he and Chief Deputy Rick Baker came to the restaurant Tuesday to ensure...

Mattress sparks tractor-trailer fire that shut down southbound I-75 Thursday

West Knox firefighters say the fire that damaged a tractor-trailer truck Thursday morning, shutting down southbound Interstate-75 near Corbin, was caused by a mattress. West Knox Fire Chief Darryl Baker said the truck loaded with mustard and vinegar caught fire at approximately 4...

State police asking for public’s help to identify theft suspect

Kentucky State Police is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman who allegedly used a stolen credit card at the Corbin Walmart on Jan. 3. Trooper Scottie Pennington, public affairs officer at Post 11 in London, stated the woman reportedly used the card to purchase an...

CDC determines Union College student doesn’t have hemorrhagic fever

State and federal officials have determined that a Union College student, who had symptoms of a hemorrhagic fever and was quarantined at Barbourville Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) hospital, doesn’t have any infectious disease. The Kentucky Department for Public...
Posted On 16 Jan 2020
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Union College student is quarantined with possible hemorrhagic fever

A Union College student athlete was quarantined Tuesday at Barbourville ARH Hospital with symptoms of a hemorrhagic fever. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

WWE takes over Corbin

The City of Corbin has become the centerpiece of a WWE storyline involving one of the company’s biggest heels, and Mayor Suzie Razmus got involved during a show Sunday night at The Arena. Barron Corbin, who is now known as “King Corbin” after winning the company’s “King of the...

W’burg firefighters now distributing, installing free smoke detectors

Consider this statistic. Almost three out of every five home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarm or in homes where smoke alarms were not working, according to the National Fire Protection Association. “Working smoke detectors have proven to save lives....
Posted On 15 Jan 2020

Area Kiwanis clubs celebrating 100-year anniversaries in 2020

The year 2020 will be a milestone one for several area Kiwanis clubs as the Corbin, Pineville and Middlesboro clubs will all be celebrating 100-year anniversaries. The Middlesboro Kiwanis Club is celebrating its 100-year anniversary on Feb. 25, followed by the Pineville Kiwanis...
Posted On 15 Jan 2020

Police: Corbin woman sold meth near preschool

A Corbin woman was arrested last Wednesday on a warrant secured by Corbin Police who say she sold crystal methamphetamine near Corbin Preschool. Delores A. Ball, 61, was arrested on charges of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance – two or more grams of...