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Corbin High School junior takes part in education commissioner’s Student Advisory Council

A Corbin High School junior was one of 11 students from across the commonwealth selected as new members of the Kentucky Education Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council. Lauren Shackleford joined the 10 other new students and 11 returning members in Frankfort Tuesday where they...

Community Thanksgiving meal to be served tonight at Corbin High School

The Community Thanksgiving meal will be served 5 to 7 p.m. Monday in the cafeteria at Corbin High School. The event, which is free and open to the public, is the brainchild of Corbin High School Assistant Principal Steve Jewell. Heater Martinez, grant coordinator at the high...

Miss NIBROC 2016 Makenna Thibodeaux crowned Miss University of Louisville

Miss NIBROC 2016 Makenna Thibodeaux earned her second career pageant title, as the senior biology major was named Miss University of Louisville Sunday night, earning the chance to compete in the Miss Kentucky Pageant. Thibodeaux, the daughter of Heather Yeager and Jared...

The best basketball ever played was at Edwards Gym

The best basketball games I have ever seen were played in the old Edwards Gym in Corbin. When I was ten years old me and my friends would stand at the rear of the gym and wait until somebody would open the downstairs restroom door and we would sneek in to watch the Redhounds play...
Posted On 07 Oct 2019

Corbin Traditional Building dedicated Saturday

Corbin Independent Schools’ officials and members of the community officially brought the curtain down on the school system’s construction and renovation efforts Saturday at the dedication ceremony for the Corbin Traditional Building on Kentucky Ave. After a $7 million...

Pyles showed his love for Corbin

Last weekend I attended my class reunion of 1957, along with the class of 1956 of Corbin High School at the Corbin Center. Having graduated over 60 years ago it is obvious that we have some age on us. Several of those attending came from out of town, as far away as Florida. It...
Posted On 16 Sep 2019

Roastin’ Redhounds begin quest for state junior chef title

Though Corbin’s High School’s Roastin’ Redhounds lost the regional matchup against archrival Harlan in the 13th Region Tournament, they will have their shot at a state championship in the 2019 Kentucky Department of Agriculture Farm to School Junior Chef Competition. The team of...

Corbin High student’s essay wins coveted position to participate in the laying of the wreath ceremony

Brock chosen as 1 of 4 out of 300 to participate in the Laying of the Wreath Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Recently, two outstanding Corbin’s teenagers received an opportunity to participate in unique academic and career oriented development experience through...

2018 Rogers Scholar delivers care baskets to patients at Heritage Nursing Home

Graduate of The Center for Rural Development Rogers Scholars program organizes care baskets for community service project For several months, Kenzie Lacefield has accompanied Central Baptist Church every Tuesday night to minister to the patients at Heritage Nursing Home in...

Corbin Odyssey of the Mind teams make big splash at World Finals

Corbin High School’s Odyssey of the Mind teams are among the world’s best after competing in the 40th World Finals in Lansing, Michigan, recently. The school system sent five teams to the event, including two high school teams, an alumni team made up of college students, and a...