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Kentucky State Police searching for Corbin woman and her child

The Kentucky State Police are searching for a Corbin woman who and her six month old daughter. Felicity Bollman is said to have left in stolen, silver 2005 Chevrolet truck along with her daughter Olivia. Those with information should contact KSP Post 10 at 606-573-3131.

First Cumberland Valley Cruise-in of 2020 to be held Saturday

Kentucky is slowly returning to normal as the COVID–19 lockdown has loosened, and one of downtown Corbin’s most popular events, the Cumberland Valley Cruise-in, will take place as scheduled on Saturday. Chris McQueen, one of the event organizers, said after speaking with Corbin...

Corbin woman charged with threatening deputies

Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies say a Corbin woman was under the influence of alcohol when she threatened to use a knife or gun to fight with deputies Sunday afternoon. Della Kelly, 56, is facing charges of third-degree terroristic threatening and alcohol intoxication in a...

Corbin JC Penney to remain open as company announces first round of store closings

The JC Penney store in Corbin has reopened with limited hours, and, according to company officials, it will remain open as the company in the first phase of closings as it navigates through Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The store reopened on May 27 and will be open noon until 7 p.m....

Organizers of ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests planned for Corbin say they will remain peaceful

Organizers with the Kentuckians for Change are emphasizing that their planned Black Lives Matter protests in Corbin will be peaceful. Abbey Grace has worked with Lauren Atkins, Sydni Hammontree, and Jadon Michael Hall to plan the event scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,...

Unconfirmed reports of planned Corbin protests June 4-6

Unconfirmed reports are circulating of a possible planned protest in Corbin on June 4-6. The Big ONE 106.3 FM WRIL out of Pineville reports that there is a rumor about a group calling itself “Kentuckians For Change,” which has planned a peaceful protest in Corbin and...
Posted On 03 Jun 2020

Laurel deputies recover pistol, meth from Corbin man found passed out in vehicle

A Corbin man was arrested early Monday morning after Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies reported finding him passed out in a vehicle at a local business with a pistol in his lap and methamphetamine in his possession. Dustin Brice, 28, is facing charges of public intoxication –...

Minor earthquake reported between Corbin and London early Friday morning

Residents in between Corbin and London found themselves at the epicenter of an earthquake early Friday morning. The 2.46 magnitude earthquake was centered on O Johnson Road, between Ky. 552 and Maple Grove Road north of Keavy. According to the U.S. Geologic Survey, the quake...

Portions of Whitley County affected by regional power outage Tuesday morning

Whitley County officials say damage to a main transmission electric line caused power outages Tuesday morning. “It went out in Corbin about 7, and just kind of trickled down,” said Whitley County Projects Director Amber Owens noting the Goldbug area was affected at approximately...

Corbin woman, Lily man among four arrested in connection with kilo of methamphetamine Sunday

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies seized one kilogram of methamphetamine Sunday that they say was targeted to be distributed in Whitley and Laurel counties, arresting four people in the process. Whitney Phelps, 21, of Corbin, Jerry Wayne Caldwell, 47, of Lily, Jerrica Combs, 28,...