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Gofundme.com page established to help Dixie Cafe owners pay back taxes

Less than a week after it began, a gofundme.com effort to raise the tax money owed by The Dixie Café is almost halfway to its $5,500 goal. Ed and Carolyn Garr have been making payments to the city in an effort to catch up on the quarterly restaurant tax payments dating back to...

UPDATED: Williamsburg man dies in Friday wreck on Corbin bypass

UPDATED: A Williamsburg man who was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center following a head-on collision Friday on the Cobin bypass died, while the Corbin man who was driving the other vehicle remains in serious condition at UK. Corbin Police say 63-year-old...

Counterfeit $100 used to pay property tax bill among five discovered in Whitley County

Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell is advising area businesses and residents to be extra vigilant after five counterfeit $100 bills have been discovered, one of which was brought into the sheriff’s department as part of a property tax payment. “We put the pen on there and it...

Court documents reveal details about Burke’s charges; lawyer denies allegations

Kentucky State Police arrested Leigh Burke Tuesday for theft and abuse of the public trust. A former chief financial officer for the Whitley County school district, who was fired in June amid allegations of misappropriation of school funds, has pleaded not guilty to charges of...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016

EXTRA CONTENT: 911 recordings released in deadly Corbin shooting; case being taken to grand jury

The case of a Corbin woman who shot and killed her husband last Thursday is headed to the grand jury. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Report cards: Whitley, Corbin schools among state’s top districts

Two of Whitley County’s three public school districts are now recognized as among the most elite in Kentucky, and the other had a setback after posting enormous gains last year, according to “report cards” recently released as part of Kentucky’s “Unbridled Learning” education...

BREAKING NEWS: POLICE: Man shot at home on 7th Street in Corbin was domestic dispute turned violent

UPDATE: Corbin Police say a man shot during a domestic dispute Thursday, died Friday night. Corbin Police Detective Rust Hedrick said Steve Pataki’s family contacted him about midnight Saturday to say Pataki had died at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. An autopsy...

Corbin tourism, city finalizing 99-year lease on depot building

The Corbin Tourism members still have a few concerns but the members said Tuesday they are generally pleased with the 99-year lease the City of Corbin has offered on the old railroad depot building. At Tuesday’s regular meeting of the tourism commission, Director Maggy Kriebel...

Suspects who fled scene of deputy’s assault, taken into custody

The two men who fled the scene in north Corbin where a Laurel County Sheriff’s deputy was assaulted on October 1 are now in custody. Thirty-five-year-old Tony T. Burks was arrested last Wednesday during a routine traffic stop in Whitley County, while 36-year-old James W. Edwards...

KCEOC recognizes Congressman Rogers for Head Start support

U.S. Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers, R-Ky., was the guest of honor Tuesday at KCEOC’s Head Start in Corbin during a celebration of Head Start Awareness Month. Paul Dole, President and CEO of KCEOC (Kentucky Communities Economic Opportunity Council), and Yasmine Vinci, Executive...