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Paducah man denies he pled to indecent exposure charges, gets a year in jail

Upon learning Tuesday that he will spend one year in jail, a Paducah man told District Court Judge Cathy Prewitt that he doesn’t recall pleading guilty to charges that exposed himself to two Corbin Middle School employees last month. You need to login to view the rest of the...

Fire damages machinery at CTA

Production at CTA Acoustics in Corbin was halted late Tuesday morning when a fire broke out in the machinery in the south end of the facility. Corbin firefighters were called to the scene at 11:50 a.m. Corbin Fire Captain Doug Brock said the fire was inside the blend roller in...

Firefighters, towing service worker rescue kitten

The kitten was trapped in the engine compartment of this vehicle at Kmart in Corbin. Corbin firefighters and a mechanic from Bolton’s Towing teamed up Tuesday morning to rescue a kitten trapped in the engine compartment of a car. The cat was pulled from Bonnie Dozier’s sedan that...

Lisa Oliver Gray, Blind Ricky slated to play NIBROC 2016

In-demand, veteran Nashville vocalist Lisa Oliver Gray has signed on to play this year’s NIBROC Festival along with Country/Bluegrass six-piece Blind Ricky, who will be taking the main stage for the third time. Gray, who has harmonized with the likes of Emmylou Harris, Lee Roy...

Baptist Health Corbin sponsoring golf event to benefit neonatal intensive care unit

Baptist Health Corbin is continuing its fundraising efforts to equip its new neonatal intensive care unit with the annual Baptist Golf Classic. All proceeds will go to the effort. The deadline for registration and sponsorship of the 21st annual event, which will be held at...

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul to hold town hall event in Corbin Tuesday

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) plans to lead a series of town hall style events Tuesday through Thursday across Kentucky. One of those events will take place in Corbin Tuesday. Dr. Paul released the following statement on the upcoming town halls: “When Kentuckians elected...
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Vandals do $750 damage outside downtown Corbin store and restaurant; reward offered

A downtown Corbin restaurant, and interior design and jewelry store owner is offering a $400 reward for the arrest and conviction of the person, or people, responsible for vandalism overnight Friday. Shae Hensley, co-owner of House of S&J and Seasons Restaurant, said Friday...

Possible Corbin annexation meets opposition at public meeting

A public hearing was scheduled for last Thursday to discuss the possible annexation of three segments of state highways into the city of Corbin. Henry Heaberlin headed the hearing then opened the floor to hear the opinions of the residents of the proposed area. The annexation, if...

First meeting held on Corbin master plan

Approximately 20 city officials, downtown business owners, and other members of the community came to Corbin City Hall Thursday for the first of three meetings to discuss how to make downtown Corbin more accessible and user friendly. Throughout the course of the one-hour meeting,...

Chamber Board opposes decision to ‘stack’ Corbin occupational tax

To the Editor: At its regular monthly board meeting June 16, the Board of Directors of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously in opposition to the recent decision by City Commission to enforce the city’s 1 percent occupational tax on workers in the Knox...