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Trio charged with diverting bingo money from Corbin-based charity

Two Corbin residents have been indicted for allegedly diverting over $110,000 from a Corbin charity’s charitable gaming efforts, and a third woman is accused of diverting over $3,000 from the same charity’s charitable gaming efforts. You need to login to view the rest...
Posted On 25 Nov 2016

Audit shows Corbin with $1 million surplus

The annual audit of the City of Corbin shows the city’s financial situation continues to improve. At the regular meeting of the city commission Monday night, Wallace Smallwood of Cloyd and Associates, PSC presented the final audit to the commission. You need to login to view the...

Running for office in Corbin was truly a great experience

When I filed to run for Corbin City Commission in January, I knew it was going to put the shackles on my ability to talk about city politics in this column for awhile. Election laws make it pretty well taboo to do so. So, I kept quiet. Now, all bets are off. The voters have...

IRS: Corbin hypnotist and author owes almost $1 million in back income taxes

The Internal Revenue Service has filed paperwork in U.S. District Court in London claiming that a Corbin man owes almost $1 million and seeking a judgment to collect the taxes along with interest and penalties. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not...

Long-vacant downtown Corbin building may be getting new owner

The project to turn the former Thomasville Furniture building in downtown Corbin into apartments and commercial space may soon be in private hands. Officials with the Greater Corbin Housing Authority confirmed Tuesday that a contract is pending to sell the building at the corner...

Corbin trolley rollout delayed

The trolley is painted and has been repaired. The stop signs are printed and ready to be hung. Corbin Main Street Manager Andy Salmons said as soon as the drivers are ready, the trolley will roll. Salmons explained that one of the two drivers hired in early October, Joe Breacher...

Corbin man arrested with counterfeit $100 bills

A Corbin man is behind bars after being arrested Thursday morning with two counterfeit $100 bills. Whitley County Sheriff’s Sgt. Todd Shelley charged Roy Lee Wells, 54, with two counts of first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and lodged him in the Whitley County...
Posted On 28 Oct 2016

Corbin man facing two counts of child abuse

Corbin Police say a 53-year-old man was drunk when he allegedly kicked a four-year-old girl and picked up an eight-year-old by the hair and slung her around early Tuesday morning. Corbin Police Officer Steve Meadors arrested Charles Hatfield of Corbin about 3 a.m. at his...

Two Corbin women indicted for stealing SUV

Two Corbin women were indicted Friday in Laurel County for allegedly stealing a Chevrolet Avalanche SUV that was later found burned. Twenty-three-year-old Taylor Renee and twenty-seven-year-old Sarah Bourland are each facing one count of theft by unlawful taking of the value of...

Laurel Co. Sheriff’s K-9 unit makes first drug bust

Less than a week on the job, Laurel County Sheriff’s K-9, Edge, scored his first drug bust Wednesday morning during a traffic stop in north Corbin. According to Laurel County Sheriff John Root, Edge alerted to the presence of methamphetamine inside a black colored Jeep Cherokee...