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Lady Dragons to open state All ‘A’ tourney - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-27T05:56:31Z
Instead of first period English or chemistry, the Harlan Lady Dragons will begin their day Wednesday with some basketball, kicking off the All “A” Classic state tournament in Frankfort with a game against 3rd Region champ Owensboro Catholic. “We’re ...

Sizemore named to Dean’s List - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-27T05:49:22Z
Mallory Noel Sizemore, of Harrison, Tenn., was among students honored recently with inclusion on Carson-Newman University’s Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester. Students earning a grade point average of 3.5 or higher while taking 12 or more credit ...

School lists - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-27T05:49:22Z
*Dylan Bowling, *Jacob Clark, *Aubrey Eldridge, *Grayson Grills, *Allison Haught, *Allie Kelly, *Austin White, *Destiny Williams, *Austin Ball, *Benjamin Coleman, *Tessa Collins, *Allissa Helton, *Haley Huff, *Luke Kelly, *Jaicelynn Napier, *Ethan Short ...

HISD: 6th year as distinguished district - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-27T05:49:22Z
The students, staff, faculty and administration of Harlan Independent kicked off the new year with a district-wide celebration of the Unbridled Learning test results issued earlier in the school year. Students, parents and staff from Sunshine Preschool ...



County school board pursues property purchase - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-27T01:10:11Z
A long-standing parking problem at Cawood Elementary School has spurred the interest of the Harlan County Board of Education in acquiring some adjacent property. During a recent special meeting, the board directed their attorney, Johnnie Turner, to begin ...

2015 Black Bear Festival plans made - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T22:11:14Z
During a meeting of the Cumberland Tourism Commission on Tuesday, Director Tracy Bailey announced plans have begun for the 2015 Black Bear Festival held each year in Cumberland during the month of May. “I’d like to have a quality carnival for the ...

Suspect found under bed - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T21:35:27Z
A Harlan man is facing charges including escape after allegedly fleeing from police and later being found hiding under a bed. Shaun Vick, 24, was arrested by Harlan County Sheriff’s Sgt. Chris Brewer on Friday. According to a press release, deputies ...

Woman charged with fraudulent use of credit card - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T21:06:49Z
A Bledsoe woman is facing a theft charge after allegedly charging up a debt of $1,500 on another person’s debit card. Amanda Hubbard Sizemore, 33, was arrested by Harlan City Police Officer Derrick Noe on Thursday. According to the citation, sometime ...



Local Sports - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T20:59:39Z
Carter Barnes and Cade Barnes each scored 15 points and Tate Bryson added 10 as Harlan County Christian School won 45-26 on Thursday in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action. Dylan Gross scored 16 points to lead the Falcons. Green Hills claimed its ...

Mom on trial accused of killing 5-year-old with salt - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T20:09:33Z
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A confounding and heartbreaking murder case alleging that a mother purposely poisoned her 5-year-old son with salt and documented his decline on social media began Monday in the New York suburbs. Lacey Spears, 27, of Scottsville ...

School Choice Week in Kentucky is Jan. 25-31 - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T20:09:33Z
FRANKFORT — School Choice Week began Monday in Kentucky and across America. Throughout the week, which runs through Jan. 31, there will be 95 school choice events across the Bluegrass State. The events are part of National School Choice Week, which will ...

Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program to begin - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T20:09:33Z
Nominations for kids ages 6 to 18 will be accepted from Jan. 30 through March 13 at kohlskids.com for the 2015 Kohl’s Cares® Scholarship Program. Nominators must be 21 years or older. Through the program, Kohl’s will award more than 2,500 young ...

4-H weather project provides answers - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T20:09:33Z
Why does the earth have cloudy, wet weather and sunny, dry weather? What can I do to prepare for potentially harmful weather conditions such as floods, winter storms, tornadoes and severe thunderstorms? How do temperature changes affect other weather ...

Child tantrums and adult tantrums - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T19:55:14Z
Do you have a temper tantrum over your child’s temper tantrum? When your child is rolling around on the floor and crying, the main thing is for the parent or guardian to stay calm. Take a few deep breaths; check your emotions and your reactions.

Southern Baptist leaders call for integrated churches - The Harlan Daily
2015-01-26T19:48:04Z
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Leaders in nation’s largest Protestant denomination are preaching that integrated churches can be a key driver of racial justice in society. But that could be a hard sell to those sitting in Southern Baptist Convention ...

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