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Wrestler’s family sues Cumberlands for wrongful death

The family of a University of the Cumberlands wrestler who died in September has filed wrongful death lawsuit against the university and individuals associated with the athletic department and UC Wrestling. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get...

Old Campbell Field lights donated to city

The lights that have been removed from Campbell Field will all find new life. At a special called meeting of the Corbin Board of Education, the board voted unanimously to donate four of the six poles to the City of Corbin, while moving the remaining two to the track at the high...

Corbin’s Tackett Wilson named one of top football officials in Kentucky

Tackett Wilson, of Corbin, was one of three finalists for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Outstanding Football Official Award. Wilson along with Burney Jenkins of Georgetown and Scott Moore of Union were named as the finalists. KHSAA officials noted that nominees...

KHSAA needs more game officials

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association is constantly seeking sports fans, former players, parents whose children have graduated, and other members of the community who want to be involved in the game and the community by suiting up as a sports official. Butch Cope,...

Corbin High School’s ‘Reelin’ Redhounds’ back on Lake Hartwell for second day of fishing at High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship

Corbin High School’s “Reelin’ Redhounds” are back on Lake Hartwell in South Carolina this morning for the second day of bass fishing in the 2021 High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship. In the world finals, Corbin’s team of Leighton Cornett and Dylan Prewitt...

Corbin ‘Reeling’ Redhounds compete at state

Two Corbin High School Bass Fishing duos at the state bass fishing tournament Josh Elliott and Jeffrey Casey finished 38th out of 88 teams, while John Brady White and Tyler Wine finished 55th.

Corbin Cheerleaders finish fifth at state

The Corbin High School Cheerleaders finished fifth at the state cheerleading competition. The Redhounds competed in the all-girls medium division, earning a score of 81.30. In 2021, Corbin finished fourth at nationals, and first in the region before competing at state.

Corbin High School Cheerleaders finish fifth at state

The Corbin High School Cheerleaders finished fifth among the nine schools that competed Friday in the state cheerleading championship, all-girls medium division. Corbin finished the competition with a score of 81.30. Pulaski County took home the title with a score of 92.50.

Corbin High School Cheerleaders compete at state Friday afternoon

The Corbin High School Cheerleaders will take to the mat in the state competition at 3 p.m. The squad, which is competing against Ryle, South Oldham, Pulaski County, Cooper, Russell, Butler, and Henry County in the All-Girls Medium Division, will be the fifth of nine groups to...

Corbin cheerleaders win region

In a season that almost wasn’t, the Corbin High School Cheerleaders have been on a big run, finishing fourth at the national cheerleading competition in Orlando, Florida and winning the region and qualifying to compete at the state cheerleading competition May 13 and 14. In an...