Member Login | Contact Us | Call Us Today! 1-606-528-9767 | info@thenewsjournal.net
default-logo

Redhound Theatre presents: ‘Elf, the Musical’

Corbin High School’s Redhound Theatre is kicking off the holiday season by bringing the popular Will Ferrell move, “Elf” to the stage. The story of Buddy the Elf, who leaves Santa’s workshop at the North Pole to find his real family that lives in New York City. “Buddy realizes...

Junior Redhound Theatre performance moved to high school

The show will still go on as scheduled Thursday night, but Corbin Junior Redhound Theatre’s performance of “Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘Nightmare Theatre: A Frightful Comedy,’” has been moved to Corbin High School. Theatre Director Brandise Grimes said the play featuring students in...

Update: No injuries in wreck involving CHS band bus

One of two schools buses carrying members of the Corbin High School band was involved in a hit-and-run wreck Sunday morning. Band Director Jimmy Cornn said none of the 24 students and adults on the bus were injured when a tractor-trailer truck backed into it. Cornn said the band...

Redhound Theatre opens new season Thursday

Corbin High School’s Redhound Theatre will open its season Thursday night, and it will be with a laugh. Breaking with the recent tradition of opening the season with a drama, CHS Theatre Director Rebecca Liford-Hibbard said the students would bring Brandon Thomas’ classic farc...

Roastin’ Redhounds on to final four

Corbin High School’s Roastin’ Redhounds are two wins away from the state championship in the 2017 Junior Chef competition. The team of Sarah Sawyers, Ken Trudelle and Makenzie Bellew defeated Boyle County in the second round of competition Friday with its Pollo y pavo fajita...

CHS ‘Roastin’ Redhounds’ advance to Elite 8

Corbin High School’s “Roastin’ Redhounds” have advanced to the second round of the Junior Chef state cooking competition. The team of Sarah Sawyers, Ken Trudelle and Makenzie Bellew defeated Harlan in the first round of competition Friday with its Pollo y pavo fajita flatbread...

Plea agreement reached in case of woman running naked with CHS track team

The woman facing charges for allegedly running naked among the Corbin High School track team in February can avoid further jail time if she completes her drug treatment and remains out of legal trouble over the next two years. Twenty-six-year-old Julie Leger, who had been charged...

Redhounds bound for Princeton, Yale for first time

Two members of Corbin High School’s Class of 2017 are going where no Redhounds have gone before, Ivy League universities Princeton and Yale. Whitney Hopper has been selected to attend Princeton University, located in New Jersey approximately 50 miles southwest of New York Cit...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Corbin High School students collecting old shoes to benefit Waterstep Shoe Drive

Students at Corbin High School are collecting shoes with the goal of helping people in Africa have better access to clean drinking water. For the fourth year, a group of students led by Social Studies teacher Cheryl Tinsley is participating in the Waterstep Shoe Drive. The goal...

Redhound Theatre cast bringing back ‘Still Waters Run Deep’ for one performance Friday

Corbin’s Redhound Theatre is dusting off their suspenders and flower print dresses and will take to the stage Friday night for an encore performance of the original production, “Still Waters Run Deep,” as they prepare to compete at the Southeastern Theatre Conference competition...
12