By Jeff Noble
The Keeneland Association confirmed today that the Lexington-based racetrack will build a quarter horse racing track near Corbin.
The track will be operated as a joint venture between Keeneland and Full House Resorts of Nevada. The two will buy the Thunder Ridge track in Prestonsburg and move it to the Corbin area.
While he did not discuss specifics, Keeneland Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer Vince Gabbert did confirm Friday morning a couple of locations south of Corbin along the Interstate 75 corridor were being looked at.
The Times-Tribune will have more on this developing story in Saturday's edition.
By Jeff Noble
The Corbin High School Redhound Theatre at the Betty Hamilton Center for the Arts will present “Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.”
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
The Corbin High School Redhound Theatre at the Betty Hamilton Center for the Arts will present “Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus” 7 p.m Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week at CHS.
- Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
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Tiger coach Robert Marcum said before the season started that transfer Jake Allen would be the difference maker on his team.
Despite only having a couple of practices with his entire team, Patrick Robinson was able to help guide his Williamsburg Yellow Jackets past Lynn Camp Tuesday, 62-49.
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SOAR-ing in Eastern Kentucky
By the time many of you read this, I’ll be traveling to southeastern Kentucky, on my way to the SOAR Summit scheduled for Monday in Pikeville (at least if the weather cooperates).
- SOAR-ing in Eastern Kentucky
Stacie Eichinger brings out her "Walk 4 Courage" buggy and beads she's selling outside the West Knox Volunteer Fire and Rescue station Wednesday, to pose with the crew. Those in the picture include Chief Darryl Baker and his son.
Raising money for ill children, Stacie sets foot at West Knox firehouse
Moments after Stacie Eichinger got to the West Knox Volunteer Fire and Rescue station on a warm Wednesday afternoon, priority one was to lose the shoes.
- Raising money for ill children, Stacie sets foot at West Knox firehouse
Hunter Hills service truly honored our veterans
Last month, I had the privilege of attending a Veterans Day service at Hunter Hills Elementary School. I wish everyone in Corbin could have attended. It was a program that truly honored the veterans.
- Hunter Hills service truly honored our veterans
Authors Steve Vest (left) and James B. Goode (right) discuss the making of the holiday book, "Kentucky's Twelve Days of Christmas."
Season’s Readings: Christmas book tour stops in Corbin
For an hour Monday, voices filled with the written words of Christmases past filtered through the Corbin Public Library.
- Season’s Readings: Christmas book tour stops in Corbin