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Corbin Superintendent issues statement on postgame brawl at Class 3A Championship Game

It has been widely reported since Friday evening that a brawl between Corbin and Louisville Central players broke out after the conclusion of the Class 3A state football championship game at Kroger Field in Lexington.

CHS ATHLETIC HOF CLASS OF 2018

The following former Corbin Redhounds will be recognized during the football game against Jackson County on Friday, October 5…

Whitley County announces Athletic HOF Class of 2018

The second class of Whitley County High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame is a strong one.

45th Annual Woodbine Rebels Softball Shootout

This past weekend (June 15-17) the 45th Annual Woodbine Rebels Softball Shootout took place at Miller Park in Corbin.

Corbin athletes sign college deals Wednesday

Several Corbin Redhounds signed on to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level Wednesday morning.

Stivers Aquatic Center may reopen by end of May

The Stivers Aquatic and Wellness Center Board met May 9 to tie up some loose ends and give an update on repairs. Steve Hoskins with Union College announced that, while the date is by no means concrete, the college’s goal is to reopen the center by the end of May. “Our goal is by...

Univ. of the Cumberlands signs five local athletes

Several coverage area athletes have signed on to compete in college recently…
Posted On 03 May 2018
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AN INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEY: Alicia Roark talks struggles, rewards of becoming a top-tier bodybuilder

Several years ago, Alicia Roark (formerly Alicia Fields) was just your average, everyday elementary school teacher at Williamsburg Independent Schools. A wife and a mother, she unfortunately began facing many health issues after being diagnosed with both hypothyroidism and...

Lady Rollin’ Redhounds finish season as KHSAA state runner-up

Last Wednesday afternoon, the Region 8 champion Lady Rollin’ Redhounds were on their way to play in the 2018 state bowling championships. The singles championship was held on Thursday, February 8, followed by the team event on Friday, February 9 at the Executive Strike and Spare...
Posted On 14 Feb 2018
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Hounds in White Satin: CHS cheerleaders capture program’s second national title

The Corbin High School Cheerleaders went from worst to first over the weekend to capture the national title at the Universal Cheerleading Association’s National championships in Orlando, Florida. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us