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CHS band teacher Jimmy Cornn is finalist for Ky. Teacher of the Year

A Corbin High School teacher has been named as one of the 24 outstanding Kentucky educators, and is a finalist for the 2020 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award. Band teacher Jimmy Corn, a 13-year veteran of the school system, was on the list of finalists released Thursday by the...

Corbin student hits perfect score on ACT

A Corbin High School student has achieved what very few students will ever do: achieve a perfect score on the ACT (American College Testing) exam. Sarah Pedersen, daughter of Dr. Paul and Anne Pedersen of Barbourville, scored a composite 36, which according to the ACT National...
Posted On 11 Apr 2019
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Corbin High School students earns perfect ACT score

A Corbin High School sophomore known for her drive and determination applied those traits to taking the ACT test and came away with a perfect score of 36. Fifteen-year-old Kami Garland took the test for the fourth time in December after scoring a 35 in October. “I took it once in...

Redhound Theatre presents, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Corbin High School’s Redhound Theatre will open its 2018-19 season Thursday night with Oscar Wilde’s, “The Importance of Being Earnest.” The play centers around two men, Algernon Moncrieff and Jack Worthing, who each claim to be “Earnest.” “It is more than just the name Earnest....

Annie Moses Band to kick off Fine Arts Concert Series Saturday

The 57th Annual Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky Concert Series will kick off Saturday in Corbin with a performance by the dynamic, energetic Annie Moses Band. The Annie Moses Band is a Christian family of Juilliard trained musicians and award winning songwriters...

Corbin’s ‘Roastin’ Redhounds’ moving on to junior chef final four

Corbin High School’s “Roastin’ Redhounds” junior chef team is moving onto the final four in the state competition. The team of Kendell Lewis, Rachel Standifer and Sierra Johnson defeated Taylor County in the opening round of the 15-team competition. The girls were so fun on stage...

Corbin’s ‘Roastin’ Redhounds’ open state competition against Taylor County

Corbin High School’s, “Roastin’ Redhounds” will be back in the kitchen this morning as they compete against Taylor County in the first round of the Junior Chef state tournament in Louisville. The team of Kendell Lewis, Rachel Standifer and Sierra Johnson will be preparing their...

#keepcorbinclean begins second campaign, picks up support

#KeepCorbinClean is in full force following a successful campaign in 2017 with numerous individuals, groups and organizations combing the area to pick up trash. Corbin High School teacher Heather Martinez along with students Madison Troutman, Linda Chin and Callie Black took to...

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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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...