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Barbourville goes all in, approves Sunday alcohol sales

The big question on everyone’s mind now that Barbourville residents have approved the sale of alcohol is will it be sold on Sunday. The answer is yes. The second reading of Barbourville’s Resolution 2016-1 was held last Friday; however, the vote by the city council to...

Woman admits to shooting husband once, not twice

A Barbourville woman admitted in court Monday morning that she shot her husband on July 4, 2015, and conceded that prosecutors likely had enough evidence to convict her of shooting him again on Aug. 22, 2015, although she maintains she’s innocent in the second shooting...
Posted On 04 Feb 2016

CTA Acoustics employee injured by falling equipment

A CTA employee had to be airlifted after a piece of equipment fell on his leg Tuesday afternoon. Knox County EMS and Corbin firefighters were called to the facility on CTA Blvd. in the Southeast Regional Business Park about 2:45 p.m. Firefighters said the employee, whose name was...

Stivers gives assurances on Keeneland project

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Bond refund to save Corbin Schools over $500,000

A favorable bond market coupled with some deft financial maneuvering is going to allow the Corbin Independent School system to save an estimated $578,998 on bonds it issued in 2007 to fund the construction of Corbin Primary School. The good news came during a meeting of the...

CFIT Founder, former print company president, dies at 62

The former president of Hinkle Printing, Inc. in Corbin died unexpectedly Monday at the age of 62, and he’s being remembered by friends and family as a devoted father and strong supporter and patron of Corbin Redhound athletics. Benny Hinkle passed away at his home Monday evening...