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Proclamation signed for retired teachers - The Harlan Daily
FRANKFORT — This week, Kentucky honors the retired teachers. Rep. Rick Nelson joined Gov. Steve Beshear to officially proclaim Kentucky Retired Teachers Appreciation Week by signing House Joint Resolution 19 (HVR 19) into law. Nelson, a sponsor of this ...
Nobel Peace Prize winners must light way to end fighting - The Harlan Daily
The Nobel Peace Prizes recently awarded to a 17-year-old Pakistani girl and an Indian man should inspire the leaders of their countries to end their decades-long, dangerous struggle over Kashmir. The time to find a peaceful future for Kashmir is now.
The courts verses the elected majority on same-sex marriage - The Harlan Daily
A frequently asked question is how can a non-elected judge undo the elected will of the majority of the people on same-sex marriage? “What value is my vote?” they protest. In state after state the Defense of Marriage Act defining marriage as between a ...
Annual bike ride to the summit held - The Harlan Daily
The Black Mountain Madness Ride to the Kentucky Summit took cyclists on a choice of four routes showcasing the county's beautiful scenery. The second annual Black Mountain Madness Ride to the Kentucky Summit took place on Oct. 4 in Cumberland. Over 30 ...
Kentuckians invited to ‘Stand At The Cross’ - The Harlan Daily
CARYVILLE, Tenn – Residents of southern and eastern Kentucky are invited to participate in a unique and massive prayer walk on Nov. 8. Sponsored by the Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO) – whose mission is similar to the anti-drug organization ...
Arrest Records - The Harlan Daily
• Jennifer Helvey, 32, of Harlan, public intoxication by controlled substance (excludes alcohol); • Rhonda Johnson, 27, of Dayhoit, public intoxication by controlled substance (excludes alcohol); • Melissa Leann Mink, 29, of Cumberland, operating a ...
Property Transfers - The Harlan Daily
The following property transfers were recorded in the Harlan County Clerk’s Office: • Derrick Anthony Saylor and Megan Nicole Saylor to Derrick Anthony Saylor and Megan Nicole Saylor a parcel or tract of land in Harlan County; • Mary Pennington to ...
Police arrest 2 for drugs - The Harlan Daily
A Closplint man is facing drug charges after police received a complaint he was selling marijuana. Johnny Bush, 59, was arrested on Sunday by Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Burton. According to the citation, Burton arrived at Bush’s residence to ...
Williamsburg claims playoff win over Pats - The Harlan Daily
WILLIAMSBURG — Unable to slow the high-powered Williamsburg offense, the New Harlan Patriots needed a flawless game offensively to stay alive in the middle school state playoffs on Saturday. The Patriots turned the ball over three times and were unable ...
HCHS, Bell advance to 52nd District finals - The Harlan Daily
Harlan County moved into the finals of the 52nd District Tournament with a four-set win Monday over Middlesboro in the opening match of the tournament at Harlan High School. HCHS rolled to wins in the first two sets, 25-18 and 25-10, before running into ...
‘Boo Bash’ set for Friday at Harlan depot - The Harlan Daily
It’s that time of year again when the Harlan County Extension Service (HCES) hosts their annual UK (University of Kentucky) Halloween Kids’ Boo Bash. Held for the past two years at the Harlan County Extension Depot, the event will take place on Friday ...
EPA’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ could cost US $366B - The Harlan Daily
WASHINGTON – New analysis from NERA Economic Consulting projects significant negative economic impacts resulting from the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed “Clean Power Plan” to regulate CO2 emissions from existing fossil-fuel power plants ...
Post 10 plans ‘Shop with A Trooper’ Halloween fundraiser - The Harlan Daily
CORBIN – Kentucky State Police, Post 10 will be hosting a Halloween yogurt hop at Froyoz in Corbin on Oct. 28, from 4 to 8 p.m. Froyoz is located in the Tri-County Shopping Center and offers a wide variety of ice cream flavors and delicious toppings.
Battle of Leatherwood reenactment slated - The Harlan Daily
A reenactment of the Battle of Leatherwood will take place on Friday through Sunday in Cornettsville. The event will kick off on Friday with an Education Day for all regional schools with demonstrations of pioneer living activities, such as soap or salt ...
Police jail 5 in theft - The Harlan Daily
Two adults and three juveniles are facing charges stemming from an alleged burglary of a residence in which handguns and cash were taken. Jessica Middleton, 25, and Morgan Boggs, 19, both of Harlan, were arrested by Kentucky State Trooper Jared Boggs on ...