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West Knox Fire Department raffling AR-15 rifle

The West Knox Fire Department is selling chances to win an AR–15 rifle. The winning ticket will be drawn on April 7 during the car show in Barbourville. West Knox Fire Chief Darryl Baker said tickets are $5 each and may be purchased from any West Knox firefighter or at Oldwa...

‘Colt 45’ ready to protect riders, entertain crowd at Challenge of the Super Bulls event in Corbin

Professional bull riding is eight seconds of excitement followed by several minutes of preparation as the bull leaves the arena and the next cowboy gets ready to ride. To keep the crowd entertained and hyped up in between riders, and help protect the riders should a bull want to...

Building sold, but You and Me, Coffee and Tea to remain open

The You & Me, Coffee & Tea building in Corbin is under new ownership, but the business is not going anywhere. “We have a long–term lease,” said business owner Andy Salmons when contacted Monday about the sale. The building at the corner of Main and Third Street was...

Dallas Jones remembered fondly by former boss, co-owner at Hall-Watson Furniture

A Corbin native who spent more than 50 years at Hall-Watson Furniture, including 20 as the co-owner, has died. Dallas Jones passed away Saturday at Beech Tree Manor in Jellico, Tennessee at age 86. Jones spent 56 years working at the furniture store that was located on the corner...

Teen last seen in Corbin featured on National Center for Missing and Exploited Children poster

A 16-year-old last seen in Corbin has been featured by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Guillermo Hernandez–Noyola’s picture and information was on the poster sent out to media outlets last Friday. According to the information provided, Noyola, who lives in...

Thirteenth Region basketball tournaments kick off full spring schedule at Arena

The Corbin Arena’s spring calendar is almost full with a combination of public and private events, and the summer schedule started to take shape Monday with the announcement that contemporary Christian duo for King & Country is scheduled to perform on Aug. 8. “I’ll have...

Woman facing felony shoplifting charge stemming from incident at Belk

A Harlan County woman could spend up to five years in prison after she was arrested Friday for allegedly attempting to shoplift more than $700 worth of merchandise from Belk in Corbin. Juanita Olene Lawson, 36, was arrested outside the store with five pairs of shoes, seven...

Fire breaks out Friday at The Depot on Main

Corbin firefighters were called to The Depot on Main Friday morning to battle a grease fire. Battalion Chief Jack Partin said firefighters received the call about 11:30 a.m. “It started in the deep fryer area,” Partin said. “Their hood system worked,” Partin added noting the dry...

Corbin man who ran from police in stolen truck admits he smoked meth

A Corbin man was arrested Saturday after police say he was under the influence of methamphetamine when he led police on a vehicle pursuit in a stolen pickup truck. Brian K. Surgener, 38, is facing charges of theft by unlawful taking – auto – of the value of $500 or more but less...

Hope for Animals Rescue hosting duck derby fundraiser

A Corbin animal rescue is offering the opportunity to adopt a rubber duck that will participate in the organization’s inaugural duck derby on June 13. Hope for Animals Rescue Team is hosting the rubber duck race down Lynn Camp Creek. First prize is $500. Second prize is $300, and...