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What makes God happy - The Harlan Daily
Verses 5 and 9 of Ephesians 1 talk about God’s “good pleasure”; things that make God happy. The things listed here that make God happy surprise me. What would you do if you were all powerful, all knowing, and could be present everywhere? What would ...
The gift of his eternal life - The Harlan Daily
Why is it so important that the Holy Ghost dwells within one as he lives in this world, traveling each and every day toward eternity? Our Creator has his own reasons for giving us a “lift of his Holy Ghost” which is a “gift of his eternal life.”
The call to complete the task - The Harlan Daily
(Joshua 13:1) It had been a long and arduous five years. The men were separated from their wives and children, parents and friends. They experienced the horror of war and savored the sweetness of victory. It had been a long and arduous five years but now ...
Woman sentenced to 3 years in prison - The Harlan Daily
A woman found herself headed into custody after being sentenced to three years in prison due to her pre-trial diversion being set aside in Harlan Circuit Court on Thursday. Brittany A. Weldon, 25, of Helton, appeared with her attorney Will Seidelman in ...
Annual wooly worm winter weather forecast - The Harlan Daily
It’s a tad early for the National Association Wooly Worm Winter Weather Watchers (NAWWWWW) to be issuing its annual forecast for the coming winter, but we have enough information to be reasonably confident as to what the ultimate prognostication is apt ...
HHS rout - The Harlan Daily
Senior fullback Matt Jarvis ran away from a Rye Cove, Va., defender in the Dragons’ 44-0 win Friday. The 5-1 Dragons will play host to Williamsburg on Friday in a District 7 showdown. Harlan bounced back from its first loss of the season in convincing ...
Blakley is this year’s featured quilter - The Harlan Daily
Photo by Chris Jones The 2015 featured quilter is Berry Blakley, of Coxton. A carpenter by trade, Berry Blakley has made the transition from construction to that of “building” beautiful quilts and all the while becoming one of the area’s finest ...
Burton is Swappin’ Meetin’ Honoree - The Harlan Daily
Photo by Chris Jones Broadcaster Susan Bibb Burton is the 2015 Swappin’ Meetin’ honoree. Service to her community as a broadcaster while providing a link to the world and providing news of the happenings of the community has compelled Susan Bibb Burton ...
Back from Vietnam, decades later - The Harlan Daily
Courtesy photos Tom Hemmelgarn and his wife, Marleen, in Washington, D.C. on a recent Honor Flight. We wonder at times about what happened to those Vietnam veterans who served and returned home to denigration from anti-war protesters. Did they chose to ...
Cornett powers Bears - The Harlan Daily
Harlan County defensive end Keenon Napier brought down Letcher Central quarterback Nick Sergent on Friday, one of seven sacks in the Bears’ 45-35 win. Harlan County quarterback Jarett Ford rolled out during Friday’s district clash against Letcher Central.
The thin gray line - The Harlan Daily
Kentucky State Police Trooper First Class Jason Young is a near 14-year veteran of the KSP. Young, of Middlesboro, is part of the Post 10 STEP initiative (Selective Traffic Enforcement Program). The 38-year-old trooper’s career began like most — with ...
Local birth announcements - The Harlan Daily
Tiffany Lee Collins and Christopher Lewis Collins, of Grays Knob, are the parents of an 8-pound, 4-ounce son born May 26, 2015. He has been named Sebastian Tyler. His grandparents are Desta and Donald Deaton, of Harlan, Nannette and Larry Vick, of Richmond ...
Here’s why Americans are getting new credit, debit cards - The Harlan Daily
NEW YORK (AP) — The battle against credit card fraud is inching forward. As of Thursday, the liability for fraud committed using traditional MasterCard and Visa magnetic-stripe credit and debit cards will shift from banks to stores. The move is part of a ...
Winter roadway preparations - The Harlan Daily
With the changing leaves and dropping temperatures putting folks in mind of the winter that’s coming, the county is preparing for the inevitable snow days ahead by getting salting equipment ready to go and stocking up on salt for use on the roadways.
Man arrested for cultivation - The Harlan Daily
A complaint alleging marijuana plants were being grown in Rio Vista resulted in the arrest of a Loyall man on Thursday. Brandon Webb, 28, was arrested at approximately 9:30 p.m. by Loyall City Police Officer Mitch Alford on charges including cultivating ...