, Corbin, KY


February 19, 2014


CORBIN — Meet & Greet

Rand Paul, James Comer visit Corbin

William Cox trial begins today

Corbin man accused of 2012 shooting death of Ryan Abner

Some charges against Whitley AD dropped

Campbell remains jailed in Baltimore

Stevenson indicted for ice plant fire

The man accused of setting the Corbin Ice Company plant on fire in November has been indicted by a Whitley County grand jury.

Bidders awarded Whitley cleanup projects

Three bidders sent their paperwork in to Whitley County to clean up 10 dump sites — and on Tuesday, those bidders learned who would get to clean the messes.

Tourism and Convention Commission Chairman resigns

London Tourism and Convention Commission Chairman Jason Handy resigned at Monday’s meeting.

Tourism Commission receives clean audit

The London-Laurel County Tourism Commission received a clean financial audit during their monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon.

Fine Arts Association presents concert pianist

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents Robert Cowan, acclaimed concert pianist, Tuesday, March 4, 7:30 p.m. at Grace on the Hill United Methodist Church.

First reading of amended ABC ordinance approved

Changes in ordinance involve requirements on signs and advertising

Readiness Center bids discussed by Laurel Board of Education

A special meeting was held by the Laurel County Board of Education Tuesday to discuss the bids associated with the Laurel County Career Readiness Center.

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Bevin on Tuesday gave yet another explanation for his signature on a 2009 letter to investors containing praise for the Troubled Asset Relief Program or TARP, saying it was applied digitally.

Police Roundup

Stolen tractor found in Whitley

East Bernstadt approves school calendar

The East Bernstadt Board of Education approved the 2014-2015 school calendar during its meeting Thursday.

Arnold attorney subpoenas lawmakers

The attorney representing a former lawmaker accused of sexually harassing legislative staff has subpoenaed several lawmakers in advance of a Legislative Ethics Commission hearing next week.

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Christen Nicole Sutton, 33, of Williamsburg, faces one count of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first offense. She also faces two counts of contempt of court, libel/slander, resistance to order.


    19 charged in roundup

    Preliminary hearing held for Levi Jackson shooting case

    Woman questions judge/exec about daughter’s emergency care

    Floss, Pyatt to perform at Corbin High

    CCU to give notice to get out of KU contract

    Grimes outpaces McConnell in first quarter

    Leaders meet to plan Laurel River Lake Cleanup event

    Arena home to circus two nights in May

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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  • Net Gains

    The North Laurel Lady Jaguars managed to pick up two wins the past couple of days with victories over both Harlan and Rockcastle County while the Jaguar tennis team also picked up a victory over the Green Dragons.

    April 16, 2014

  • Corbin without a coach as spring practice begins

    As the weather begins to warm up (with the exception of today), some high school football teams have already held their spring practice sessions, while some are on tap to get started this week.

    April 16, 2014

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Keith Decker accepts his award for Kentucky Missionary of the Year.

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