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Corbin man leads police on foot chase

A Corbin man is facing multiple charges after allegedly leading Kentucky State Police on a foot pursuit through a residence in the Bee Creek area last Thursday night. Police arrested Michael Thomas, 55, of Corbin on charges of second degree fleeing or evading police, resisting...

Corbin using grant to purchase three recycling trailers

The City of Corbin is among 53 communities across the Commonwealth selected to receive a portion of more than $3.2 million in recycling grants from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet’s Division of Waste Management. Corbin is slated to receive $43,069. City Manager Marlon...

Motorist assist leads deputies to recovery of two stolen vehicles

What started out as an effort to assist a couple of possibly stranded motorists early Saturday morning on I-75, resulted in the arrest of two Knoxville residents, one of whom lied about his identity, on drug charges and the recovery of two stolen vehicles. About 2 a.m., Whitley...
Posted On 23 May 2018

Corbin man enters guilty plea to manslaughter charge

A Corbin man whom police say was driving under the influence when he ran, head-on into another car on Ky. 229 in 2016, killing Sherry King, 47, of Barbourville, has pleaded guilty. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin Odyssey of the Mind Team fundraising for world finals trip

A group of Corbin High School students is working to raise the funds to take on the world in Iowa next week. Two of the school’s Odyssey of the Mind teams, featuring a total of 11 students, have been fundraising since winning their respective state competitions in April to pay...

First of five Cumberland Valley Cruise-Ins to kick off Saturday

May means it is time for the first Cumberland Valley Cruise-In of 2018. The first of what will be five cruise-ins will begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday with a parade of participating vehicles from the Corbin Center down Falls Hwy. to the parking lot at Cumberland Falls State Resort...

CHS students collecting shoes to fund clean drinking water

A group of students at Corbin High School are seeking donations of shoes to help people in Africa have better access to clean drinking water. Entering its fifth year, the group, led by Social Studies teacher Cheryl Tinsley is participating in the Waterstep Shoe Drive. The goal is...

News Journal employee hosting Tabletop Day event for charity April 28

For one day each spring, board game enthusiasts all over the world come together to celebrate their favorite hobby with International Tabletop Day.
Posted On 18 Apr 2018
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Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies recover stolen truck

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies have recovered a stolen pick-up truck. Deputy Brandon Prewitt received a tip Friday that a stolen vehicle could be located along Ballard Ford East Road. Prewitt and Detective John Hill responded to the tip and located a 2007 Toyota Tacoma pick-up...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018