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Southeastern Kentucky Firefighters Association fall fire school to be held in Corbin

Approximately 500 firefighters will descend upon Corbin this weekend for the annual Southeastern Kentucky Firefighters Association’s 42nd annual Fall Fire School. Corbin Firefighter Andy Melton, one of the event organizers said the firefighters will be coming from across the...

Father of Corbin man, who was killed in crash, disputes police account

The father of a Corbin man killed in a two-car crash in Lexington last week, says while he was not there as police initially reported, he doesn’t believe his son was driving the wrong way on the interstate. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...

Corbin trolley bus expected to roll by end of October

One year after initial plans for Corbin’s trolley bus were presented to the city commission, the commissioners approved a motion to hire two full-time drivers and operation is expected to begin within the month. At a special called meeting of the commission last Thursday, the...

Corbin woman wanted in three cases runs from deputy

A Corbin woman allegedly lead a Whitley County Sheriff’s deputy on a foot chase early Saturday morning in the Maple Creek community. Deputy Brian Hensley responded to a Maple Creek Road home about 4:25 a.m. to investigate a complaint that a man and woman were inside a...
Posted On 05 Oct 2016

Whitley man killed in crash in Lexington

A Corbin man was one of two people killed Saturday morning in a head-on crash on I-75 in Lexington. The Fayette County Coroner’s office identified the victims as 42-year-old Chad Taylor of Corbin and 40-year-old Michael Jones of Leslie County. Police say Taylor’s 2001 Mazd...

City files lawsuit against The Dixie Café to collect overdue restaurant taxes

A little over a month after threatening to file legal action against several restaurants in the city that were woefully behind on paying taxes, iconic downtown Corbin restaurant The Dixie Café is the first to actually be taken to court. You need to login to view the rest of the...

Year-long photo exhibit focused on Appalachia to open in Corbin Thursday

A group of photography enthusiasts is partnering with the Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission to install a free year-round exhibit in town that celebrates the beauty of Appalachia. “Autumn Falls in Appalachia” will be on display to the general public beginning Thursday and...

Third Annual Moonbow Eggfest set for Oct. 1

Devoted chefs who use the aptly named, all-in-one cooking device known as “The Big Green Egg” will fill the air with mouthwatering scents when they descend on Corbin Oct. 1 for the Third Annual Moonbow Eggfest. The traditional “lighting of the eggs” will take place at about 9:00...

Ky. Attorney General speaks to Corbin Kiwanis Club

Kentucky’s 50th Attorney General spoke to Corbin’s Kiwanis Club last Friday about his office’s four-point mission to make the state safer for its citizens. Andy Beshear spoke to members of the club during their regular weekly meeting at David’s Steakhouse last week. Beshear said...

Steam engine restoration on hold until spring

Restoration and repairs of L&N 2132 are on hold until spring. Restoration and repairs to the L&N 2132 steam locomotive along with the coal tender and caboose are on hold until spring. Corbin Tourism Director Maggy Kriebel told the tourism commission Tuesday during its...