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Corbin hosting Native Americans trekking across America

Corbin has been selected to play host to a group of Native Americans who are walking across the country to call attention to the issues of alcoholism, drug abuse, domestic violence and suicide that have disproportionally affected their community. The Longest Walk began in San...

Overturned truck blocks traffic off of Exit 29

Traffic on east Ky. 770 near Exit 29 has been reduced to one lane after a tractor-trailer truck overturned Monday afternoon. Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Public Affairs Officer Steve Douglas said the truck was exiting southbound Interstate 75 and...

Corbin man charged with sexual abuse

A Corbin man has pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree sexual abuse. Sixty-three-year-old Dennis Dalton, who was arrested last Friday, was arraigned Monday in Laurel District Court. Dalton is scheduled to return to court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing to determine...

KSP: Body found in Laurel Lake confirmed to be Lily man

Kentucky State Police say the identity of the body found floating in Laurel Lake Monday morning has been confirmed to be a Lily man. Trooper Lloyd Cochran, public affairs officer at Post 11 in London, said the deceased is 24-year-old James R. Wagers. “All the family has been...

Corbin man charged with assaulting two Laurel deputies responding to domestic complaint

A Corbin couple was arrested on multiple charges after they got physical with Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies investigating a domestic violence complaint at their residence Thursday morning. Sheriff John Root said deputies arrested 42-year-old Dennis Stewart on two counts of...

Cumberland Valley Cruise-In to be held Saturday at Cumberland Falls

The warmer weather has kicked off cruising season and the first Cumberland Valley Cruise-In of 2017 will take place Saturday at Cumberland Falls State Park. The first of four scheduled events will begin at The Corbin Center. Cars, trucks, motorcycles, and any other street-legal...

Corbin residents warned to keep their grass mowed

Corbin Building Inspector Frank Burke has begun issuing warnings to property owners that fail to keep their grass mowed and citations are not far behind. “I hit about 40 last week,” Burke said Monday explaining the “courtesy notice” gives the property owner five days to mow the...

First ‘Moonbow Nights’ of season set for Saturday

The moon will be full Saturday night and Corbin Downtown will host its first “Moonbow Nights” of 2017. Corbin Downtown Director Andy Salmons said the event, now in its fifth year, will return to NIBROC Park with food, fun and music. The festivities will kick off at 4 p.m. with...

Rural King may move into old Corbin Kmart building

The former Corbin Kmart building may see new life soon. While no official announcement has been made, Corbin Building Inspector Frank Burke said officials from farm and home store Rural King are considering the building for a new location. Burke emphasized that the process is in...

Corbin Trolley down for repairs until Monday

City officials say the Corbin Trolley was taken off the road Wednesday due to the need for mechanical repairs. According to Corbin City Manager Marlon Sams, parts are on order to repair the trolley. Repairs will be made Friday. “We just decided to take it off the road until...
Posted On 27 Apr 2017
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