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Forest Lanes owner and Cumberland Valley Cruise-In founder D.L. Lynch dies Monday at age 77

Active and popular Corbin businessman Delmar “D.L.” Lynch died Monday in Lexington after a long battle with numerous health problems. He was 77-years-old. Lynch was best known to many as owner and operator of Forest Bowling Lanes where he could be found regularly for 53 years....

Security stepped up, but threat to Corbin Middle School believed to be prank

Corbin Independent Schools officials say they erred on the side of caution in notifying parents concerning a threat to the middle school on Aug. 20, but no credible evidence was discovered. “It appeared to be some kind of prank,” said Superintendent Dave Cox. Corbin Police were...

‘Road rage’ case involving Corbin man going to grand jury

The case of a Woodbine man arrested in connection with an alleged road rage incident in Laurel County will be presented to the grand jury. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin woman who faked kidnapping ordered to rehab

The Corbin woman who admitted to staging her own kidnapping can avoid additional jail time if she completes drug rehabilitation. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Roastin’ Redhounds get second place in junior chef competition

Corbin High School’s, “Roastin’ Redhounds” came up just short in the state junior chef competition, finishing second to Harlan County in Friday’s final match. The team of Kendell Lewis, Rachel Standifer and Sierra Johnson defeated Taylor County, and after earning a bye in the...
Posted On 29 Aug 2018

River Fog Festival slated for October in Williamsburg

A new festival, which is slated to take place in early October in downtown Williamsburg, aims to highlight regional arts, music, food and beverage within the Southeastern Kentucky region. “The River Fog Festival is the first of many opportunities Why Whitley has planned for our...
Posted On 29 Aug 2018

W’burg gets $100,000 in emergency road aid for George Hays Road repair

The city of Williamsburg got some good news Monday. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced that it had awarded $100,000 in county road aid emergency funds cover the cost of repairs to George Hays Road. Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison said the funding would cover the full...
Posted On 29 Aug 2018

Knox Fiscal Court discusses fire subscription fees

After tempers were rekindled over the fire subscription fee at last month’s Fiscal Court meeting, District 5 Magistrate Giulio Cima is ready to take action. “They’ll be an amendment to the ordinance to determine what the effects are,” said Cima in reference to fire departments...
Posted On 29 Aug 2018
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Ky. 92E road work should be completed Friday

If you are traveling Ky. 92E this week, then you may want to allow more time due to roadwork. Maintenance operations on Ky. 92E at mile point 14.0 in Whitley County began Monday, and are expected to conclude on Friday, Aug. 31. Work times will be from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. each day....
Posted On 29 Aug 2018

University of the Cumberlands awaiting word on world record attempt

Tom Petty once sang, “The Waiting is the Hardest Part,” but that is what more than 200 University of the Cumberlands students are doing following their attempt to set a new world record for most hot dogs lying end to end, Thursday afternoon. The results of the effort will be...