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KILLING A KILLER: Corbin native details his role in prison attack that led to death of infamous serial killer Donald Harvey

James D. Elliott Donald Harvey A Knox and Whitley County native, serving a long prison sentence in Ohio for a series of burglaries and assault, is claiming he is responsible for the beating death of infamous serial killer Donald Harvey — nicknamed the “Angel of Death” after he...

JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW: Daughter says mother to blame for her own death

Christy McFadden, the Corbin woman accused of complicity to the murder of her mother, told her version of how her mother’s death occurred in a jailhouse interview Tuesday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Local doctor arrested for holding woman captive

A Corbin doctor was arrested, along with four other individuals, for holding a female captive in a hotel room on Friday, June 15 in Marion County, Florida. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

All Corbin schools now to offer free breakfast, lunch to students

District school resource officer William Rose talks to the Corbin Board of Education about the D.A.R.E. drug prevention program. Every school in the Corbin Independent School District will be offering free breakfast and lunch when students return to resume classes in August. You...

Corbin woman killed; couple charged

Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested four people, including the victim’s daughter and son-in-law, after the body of a missing Corbin woman was found in Clay County Tuesday morning.

Blue Oyster Cult, Loverboy to play The Arena in September

Classic Rock groups Blue Oyster Cult and Loverboy will be rockin’ The Arena in Corbin on Sept. 27. Arena Manager Kristi Balla said tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at prices of $30 and $40. The venue will be set up for a half-house meaning capacity for the concert will...

Corbin man suffers severe burns while lighting grill

A Corbin man was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center Tuesday night after a he was burned while lighting a grill. West Knox firefighters and Whitley EMS were called to the residence at 200 Meadowlark Circle off of Standard Ave. at approximately 7:30 p.m. in...

New business speculative building to be constructed in Corbin

With previous spec buildings helping to entice three companies to set up shop in Corbin over the last 15 years, the Southeast Kentucky Regional Industrial Development Authority is beginning construction on a new spec building. Bruce Carpenter, Executive Director of the Southeast...

Occupational tax, alcohol tax revenue up in Williamsburg

More people are employed in Williamsburg than they were one year ago, which means additional occupation tax revenue for the city. In addition, more alcohol is being sold now than it was one year ago. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 13 Jun 2018

Retired U.S. Army veteran, father of four wins new car

Retired U.S. Army veteran and father of four Andrew Modica got a nice surprise Friday. He won a brand new car. Andrew Modica, who lives near Woodbine, won the new 2018 Hyundai Sonata SCL through a Hyundai of Somerset promotional flier that he got in the mail. At first he thought...
Posted On 13 Jun 2018