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Nearly 80 Corbin students approved for ‘do-over’ year

The Corbin Independent School District Board of Education voted unanimously to allow more than 70 students a do-over year during the 2021-2022 academic year. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this...

Corbin schools resuming in-person instruction March 1

The Corbin Board of Education approved a motion last Thursday for students to return to in-person classes on March 1. Under the motion that was unanimously approved, students would have the option to either continue to attend classes virtually, or attend in-person four days per...

Corbin parents ask school board for return to in-person classes now

The Corbin Independent Board of Education heard from several parents during its special called meeting last Thursday who want students back in the classroom. Parent Corissa Dyer spoke at the meeting. Because the Zoom meeting made Dyer’s comments unintelligible to those watching...

Corbin Superintendent Dave Cox gets high marks on his annual evaluation

Corbin Superintendent Dave Cox has received the equivalent of straight A’s on his report card following his recent annual evaluation by the Corbin Independent Board of Education. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please...
Posted On 28 Aug 2020

Two Whitley County school board races will be competitive this fall

Those, who want to serve on a local school board, have a little less than one week to file to run for office, and there will be at least two contested races this November. June 2 at 4 p.m. is the filing deadline for candidates wishing to run for the Corbin Independent Board of...
Posted On 30 May 2020

Whitley County school districts getting over $100,000 in combined refunds

All three school districts in Whitley County will be getting some unexpected money, which will total over $100,000, thanks in part to a refund of sorts they are getting from worker’s compensation claims. The Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust Workers’ Compensation Fund...
Posted On 21 Mar 2019

After 78 years, Edwards Gym floor slated for replacement

Corbin will soon be losing a storied piece of its basketball history. Superintendent Dave Cox was slated to ask the Corbin Independent Board of Education during a special meeting Tuesday evening for authorization to seek bids to replace the original gym floor at Edwards Gym. “We...
Posted On 06 Feb 2019

Water outage planned near Poplar Avenue due to water line relocation

A portion of a water line along Poplar Ave. in Corbin must be replaced, and the residences it serves may see a temporary interruption of services while the work is completed. At a special called meeting of the Corbin Board of Education Monday night, officials explained the work,...

Expert panel discusses Corbin school safety issues

Federal, state and local law enforcement, along with experts in school safety, met with members of the public and the Corbin Board of Education Tuesday night to discuss what steps may be taken to make Corbin Schools safer and to better prepare faculty, staff and students to deal...

BOE moving forward with Corbin Primary School expansion

The Corbin Board of Education took the first step last Thursday toward building an addition to the primary school to house the third grade when members approved the BG1 proposal for the project. “It shows the Kentucky Department of Education that we have the funding to pay for...
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