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Tri-Cities invited to ‘Stand at the Cross’ - The Harlan Daily
The Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO) is planning a unique and massive prayer walk on Nov.8, titled “Stand At The Cross.” The prayer walk is being planned to take place at noon off exit 141 and I-75, near Caryville, Tenn., where the group will make ...
Local Sports - The Harlan Daily
Led by 21 points from guard Reanna Middleton and 13 from forward Breann Turner, Cawood rolled to a 52-14 win Monday at Cumberland in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action. Amber Irvin scored 18 points as Cawood coasted to a 44-18 win in the fifth ...
Criticism mounting for Vikings, Peterson - The Harlan Daily
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — For as long as he’s been in the NFL, Adrian Peterson has been one of the most popular and most marketable stars in the league, an approachable superstar with the kind of inspirational comeback story that made him an endorser’s dream.
Adopt-a-Highway groups ready to ‘fall sweep’ - The Harlan Daily
FRANKFORT – Volunteers will be out in force to “fall sweep” Kentucky highways. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has announced that Sept. 15-21 is Adopt-a-Highway Fall Sweep Week. “For 26 years, our Adopt-a-Highway volunteers have worked ...
Students graduate from Rogers Explorers - The Harlan Daily
Harlan County students Autumn Dunaway and Bronwyn Haynes graduated from The Center for Rural Development’s 2014 Rogers Explorers youth leadership program. The Rogers Explorers program is an educational leadership program that provides hands-on learning ...
Benham FD gets ready for inspection Monday - The Harlan Daily
Crunch time is rapidly approaching for the Benham Fire Department, with required testing of the city’s hydrants and other equipment coming up on Monday. During the council’s recent monthly meeting, Benham Fire Chief George Birman Jr. brought the ...
Woman charged for harboring vicious animal - The Harlan Daily
An Evarts woman is facing a charge of harboring a vicious animal following an alleged incident of her dogs attacking a 6-year-old. Wuanita Sawyers, 60, was arrested by Evarts Police Officer William Clogston on Sunday. According to the arrest warrant ...
Former state worker fined for mistreating women - The Harlan Daily
FRANKFORT (AP) — A former assistant director of the Department of Fish and Wildlife was fined and reprimanded Monday for mistreating women as the Executive Branch Ethics Commission wrapped up a two-year investigation of the agency. Kenneth “Scott ...
Art, writing contest announced - The Harlan Daily
Teachers and students should make plans to participate in the 2014 Conservation Art and Writing Contest. The theme for this year’s contest is “Protect Kentucky’s Soil.” Printed tabloids are available in limited supply this year. Information may ...
‘Pay-what-you-can’ restaurant planned - The Harlan Daily
DANVILLE (AP) — Organizers want to open a community restaurant in central Kentucky that offers home-cooked meals and a mission. Grace Café will be a nonprofit and will allow customers to pay what they can. The Advocate-Messenger reports it would be one ...
Effort aims to help soldiers land civilian jobs - The Harlan Daily
LOUISVILLE (AP) — Soldiers being discharged from the military — particularly Fort Knox in central Kentucky — will get a sales pitch on the jobs available and benefits of staying in the area from a program started up Tuesday by business groups in ...
High Attendance Day planned Thursday - The Harlan Daily
Karen Kirby, director of pupil personnel for Fleming County Schools, says “For students to learn and achieve at a high level, they have to be in class.” Mike Ford, the current president of the Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel, added “That’s ...
Opening convocation for nurses - The Harlan Daily
An opening convocation for nurses enrolled in the associate’s degree program of Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College was held recently in the theater of the Harlan County High School. First-year students took part in the convocation and ...
Mounting silver to fight ISIS - The Harlan Daily
When I was a child I never got tired of watching the television program The Lone Ranger. He always rode in on his white horse Silver to save the day Most Americans are sick and tired of watching the Middle East drama about Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
ARH: No cases of virus reported - The Harlan Daily
Local children and their parents can apparently breathe a little easier. All Appalachian Regional Healthcare hospitals indicate they have not treated any patients with Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), a respiratory illness that has recently afflicted scores of ...