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Matt Kenseth’s NASCAR show car to be featured at Saturday Cruise-in

Gear up and fasten your seatbelts, it’s Hot Rod Rally month at the Cumberland Valley Cruise-In, with special guest, the number 20 Matt Kenseth NASCAR show car. The cruise will take place in downtown Corbin on July 9, where NASCAR fans will be able to ogle the number 20 car in the...

Deputies find drugs on woman arrested for shoplifting

A Corbin woman, initially charged with shoplifting after Walmart loss prevention stopped her as she attempted to leave the store with just over $40 worth of items, was reportedly caught with drugs and cash as she was being escorted to jail. Laurel County Sheriff John Root said...

CHS grad, Miss Ky. contestant uses bright pink pants to promote more frequent breast exams

A 2015 Corbin High School graduate competing in the Miss Kentucky Pageant this week is making her efforts to raise awareness about breast cancer and the need for women to increase the frequency of self-exams her pageant platform. Brooke Way said she has seen, first-hand, the...

W’burg Police warn of resurgence of ‘Flakka’

“Flakka,” mixed with crystal methamphetamine “ICE”, is making its second wave through Whitley County since its first appearance last year, reports the Williamsburg Police Department. Flakka, also known as “Gravel,” is often described as a form of bath salts. According to...

McQueen named CVE’s ‘Officer of the Year’

McQueen said Captain Shawn Hines, commander of Region 4, told him back in May about the regional award and told him to plan be at the Lexington Convention Center where he would receive it. As one of the six regional award winners, McQueen was nominated for the Jason Cammack CVE...

The Arena hosting ‘Celebrate America’ event July 3

Working in conjunction with the City of Corbin and Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission, the Corbin Arena is presenting a Celebrate America event on July 3 at the Arena. Festivities will include live music, featuring Timberline Road and County Wide beginning at 6:45 p.m....

Tristan Hall trial date set in lone remaining case

The sole remaining criminal case against a Corbin man who was originally accused of trying to hire a hit man on the Internet, attempting to intimidate prosecutors and insurance fraud, will move forward, but a judge is considering whether it should be dismissed prior to trial....

Fire damages apartment in Lily Monday morning

An apartment on Davenport Lane in Lily was damaged by fire Monday morning. Lily and West Knox firefighters were called to the scene off of Robinson Creek Road at 9:48 a.m. Lily Fire Chief Paul Collins said when firefighters arrived smoke was coming out of the door. One witness...

A group of teachers and students from Hong Kong got to experience two staples of American schools during their 10 days in Corbin – the holiday and the snow day. After arriving in Corbin Jan. 15, the students enjoyed a three-day weekend with their host families because of the...

The Corbin High School soccer program is celebrating its 23-year anniversary in 2015. The soccer Hounds played a JV-only scheduled in their inaugural season during the fall of 1992, and they were co-ed until splitting into separate boys and girls teams in the mid-nineties....