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Kayaking for Kids Kayak Race grows significantly in second year

Whitley County’s Second Annual Kayaking for Kids Kayak Race Saturday featured nearly four times as many participants and raised more than twice as much money for charity as did last year’s race. This year’s race had 98 participants, featured 71 kayaks or jon boats and raised...
Posted On 08 Aug 2018

Williamsburg’s Makayla Mack crowned, ‘Miss NIBROC’

Makayla Mack of Williamsburg was crowned Miss NIBROC 2018 Saturday night. Mack, the daughter of Craig and Joy Mack, is a 2017 graduate of Williamsburg High School and currently attends Western Kentucky University where she is majoring in exercise science. “I have been coming and...

George Hays Road repairs expected to start next week

Work to repair George Hays Road, which partially collapsed on April 17 into Briar Creek, is almost ready to begin. George Hayes Road is is still closed following the April 17 collapse of a portion of it, but work is slated to start next week to repair it. Williamsburg Mayor Roddy...
Posted On 08 Aug 2018

Corbin Police add six Dodge Durangos to fleet

The Corbin Police Department has added two new vehicles to its fleet as the first of six Dodge Durango SUVs have arrived. Officers had the new vehicles, which replaced two of its Dodge Chargers, on the road Monday. Chief Rusty Hedrick said while the department has filled out its...

Cort Carpenter rounds out NIBROC music

The final act in the musical lineup for the 66th annual NIBROC Festival has been announced as country artist Cort Carpenter will take to the main stage Thursday night. Carpenter, whose 2015 hit, “Let Me See Your Koozie,” has become a summer party anthem for fans. The title song...

Corbin files lawsuits to demolish blighted homes

The City of Corbin has filed four more lawsuits seeking court orders to demolish the structures. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Vehicle fire threatens apartment

Lily and West Knox firefighters called to battle a vehicle fire Saturday found themselves fighting to keep it from spreading to a nearby apartment building. Firefighters were paged to a report of a vehicle fire at Stony Ridge Apartments on American Greeting Card Road at...

Miss NIBROC Pageant set for Saturday

NIBROC week will kick off Saturday with the 66th annual Miss NIBROC Pageant. Eleven contestants will take to the stage at the Betty Hamilton Center for the Performing Arts at Corbin High School to vie for the crown. The 11 contestants will compete in four categories: Interview,...

Former doctor at Baptist Health Corbin indicted in drug conspiracy

A former doctor at Baptist Health Corbin was indicted Friday in Knox County for conspiracy to traffic in drugs. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin woman accused of assault with broomhandle

A Corbin woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly beating a man severely enough that he had to be airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Holly A. Mills, 34, is facing one count of second-degree assault stemming from the July 8 incident during which Danny Perry...