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Corbin woman sentenced to 14 years for conspiracy to traffic meth

A Corbin woman was sentenced to 17 years in federal prison for her part in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. April Sizemore, Bowling, who had pleaded guilty to her part in the conspiracy involving Jeffery Cole, Jessica Flannery and Melody LeMar, is the last of the four...

Fate of surplus weights at Corbin Recreation Department raise questions

The Corbin City Commission has declared numerous weight and exercise equipment from the recreation center as surplus property, but there are questions concerning what will become of it. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Update: One killed, one airlifted in truck collision on Corbin bypass

Update: The identities of a Cumberland Valley Electric truck driver, who was killed, and a UPS tractor trailer driver, who was airlifted from the scene after their trucks collided on the Corbin bypass (Highway 3041) Wednesday morning, have been released. Firefighters and...

Arson suspected in Monday fire on Moore Hill

A fire that destroyed a home on Moore Hill Ave. Monday morning is under investigation. West Knox and Lily responded to the scene near Ott Road in Corbin at approximately 4:45 a.m. West Knox Fire Chief Darryl Baker said firefighters had been called to the same scene at...

Police: Corbin couple admitted smoking meth around children

A Corbin couple is facing child abuse charges after police say they admitted to smoking methamphetamine in the presence of their young children. Quincy R. Williams, 25, and Shelby L. Jones, 22, were arrested Thursday night following an investigation by Laurel County Sheriff’s...

Corbin Public Library waiving fines on overdue materials

The Corbin Public Library is offering a pardon to patrons who return their overdue items. On each Friday in October, patrons may return the items without being subject to the accrued fines associated with them. Fines are 10 cents per day on books and audios and $1 per day on...

Update: Whitley man still hospitalized after falling through roof

A Whitley County man who fell through a roof Friday morning remains at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. The individual, identified as 23-year-old Jesse Storms, was airlifted to UK after crashing through the roof and striking the concrete floor at the old American...

Corbin man dies following minor wreck

A Corbin man died Tuesday after a traffic accident but Corbin Police say that wasn’t the cause of death. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Group in Mexico rains on UofC’s hot dog world record parade

The University of the Cumberlands’ attempt to get its name into the Guiness Book of World Records has come up short. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

If not for DuPont in the 1920’s, Cumberland Falls might have been eliminated to make hydro-electric dam

Cumberland Falls is known as the “Niagara of the South,” and for good reason. A 125-foot wide curtain of water plunges 65 feet over the falls. The volume of water pouring over Cumberland Falls is the second greatest east of the Mississippi River after Niagara Falls. Cumberland...
Posted On 02 Oct 2018