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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...

Gofundme.com page established to help Dixie Cafe owners pay back taxes

Less than a week after it began, a gofundme.com effort to raise the tax money owed by The Dixie Café is almost halfway to its $5,500 goal. Ed and Carolyn Garr have been making payments to the city in an effort to catch up on the quarterly restaurant tax payments dating back to...

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...

Corbin BOE votes to raise taxes, tuition

Property taxes to support Corbin Independent Schools are going up but in an effort to balance the equation, so is tuition. At the regular monthly meeting last Thursday, the Corbin Board of Education approved a four percent increase in the property tax rate. The new rate, which...

Whitley County tax rates remain largely the same

Whitley County property owners can expect little to no change in their land and vehicle taxes as the four taxing districts that report to the fiscal court have all elected not to increase their rates from 2015. At Tuesday’s fiscal court meeting, the fiscal court approved the...