Corbin High’s 1982 Class AA Football Champions honored
In 1982, the city went wild after the Redhounds of Corbin High School won the state Class AA Football Championship. It’s been 30 years since the team took home the trophy they won in Louisville at the old Cardinal Stadium.
As sales drop, Hooters tries to catch women's eyes, too
Hooters, the chicken-wing chain known for waitresses in tight orange shorts, wants to make it easier for guys to drop by. That means paying a little more attention to their wives and girlfriends.
It’s that personalized monogram on a T-shirt, a towel or even a napkin that makes something uniquely yours. Monogram Me in Barbourville creates one-of-a-kind personalized designs for a single item or set, according to owner and operator Carla Hughes Hinkle.
Native American Pow Wow held for 4th year
Once you left Corbin and turned off KY 25W headed toward Williamsburg, the sound led you to the site.
Tri-County students work for Work Ethic Seal
The Corbin Center for Technology was packed Friday with high school students working for the Work Ethic Seal for their diplomas.
What to wear for a cause
Three years ago, Corbin firefighter Jack Partin had an idea. He wanted to show support for breast cancer patients and survivors, so he and his fellow first-responders bought some pink fire helmets.
Bronze, brave and unbridled
When the Daniel Boone Festival rolls into Barbourville this October, visitors will get to see Kentucky’s most famous frontiersman. He’ll be waiting for them in front of the Knox County Courthouse.
Triggering Your Safety
The recent nip in the air isn’t the only sure sign that fall’s on its way.
Last weekend the squirrel hunting season opened up.
Pillows too pretty
Members of the First Baptist Church of Corbin are sewing for a good cause with their new “mission focused” craft club.
- 2012 Nibroc Parade Heavy rains on Thursday forced the Nibroc Committee to reschedule the parade until Saturday when Mother Nature gave the community a perfect evening for all the Nibroc festivities, including the annual parade through downtown.
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