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Mosley signs proclamation - The Harlan Daily
Harlan County Judge-Executive Dan Mosley, surrounded by representatives of the Harlan County Family Resource Youth Services Centers, signed a proclamation on Monday recognizing April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Child Abuse Prevention Month is designed ...
Boil-water advisory issued - The Harlan Daily
The Benham Water District has issued a boil-water advisory for all Benham water customers including Clutts and all of east and west end due to discoloration of water due to testing of the Tri-City interconnect pumping station in Clutts. Until further ...
Windowsill gardens: Grow your own tomatoes - The Harlan Daily
The 18th annual 4-H Windowsill Garden Project is underway and will be completed during April. This is the largest 4-H project and each year reaches around 4,000 students and adults in Harlan County Schools, Harlan Independent Schools, Harlan County ...
Phone theft leads to arrest - The Harlan Daily
A man is facing a stolen property charge after he allegedly stole a phone out of a car in Loyall. Benny Burchfield, 32, of Loyall, was arrested on Sunday by Loyall City Police Officer Denny Jones. According to the complaint, Burchfield stole a phone ...
Clay back on top in 2016 - The Harlan Daily
In a regional tournament where one of two storylines seemed like the most likely ending to the 2015 season, the Williamsburg Yellow Jackets wrote a much more unique conclusion. Instead of Clay County winning its third straight regional title or Knox ...
Steve Gulley, New Pinnacle album releases - The Harlan Daily
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The highly anticipated debut album from Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle is releasing on March 31. Several months back the Bluegrass Situation called the debut album one of the most highly anticipated bluegrass albums for 2015. The first ...
Win trip to ‘Justified’ finale - The Harlan Daily
With only eight days left, a nationwide fundraiser hosted by the FX TV series “Justified” could enable you and a friend to win a trip to Los Angeles to watch the finale party with the cast. Harlan Boys and Girls Club Executive-Director Kateena Haynes ...
Cats stay alive with win over Notre Dame - The Harlan Daily
Connaughton 3-10 1-2 8, Auguste 10-13 0-1 20, Jackson 1-7 0-0 2, Grant 4-14 6-7 15, Vasturia 6-8 2-2 16, Beachem 0-0 0-0 0, Colson 2-4 1-1 5. Totals 26-56 10-13 66. KENTUCKY (38-0) Towns 10-13 5-6 25, Cauley-Stein 3-5 0-0 6, Lyles 4-10 1-2 9, Aa.
Lady Dragons fall to Cumberland Gap - The Harlan Daily
Cumberland Gap capitalized on four Harlan errors for a 7-4 win Friday at Harlan, extending the Lady Dragons’ losing streak to open the season to four. Ashley Overbay and Anna Karst led the Harlan offense with two singles each. Jesse Cochran, Emma Bianchi ...
Several local players play key roles - The Harlan Daily
The best of the 13th and 14th regions squared off in a series of all-star games Sunday at Knox Central High School with each region winning twice. The 13th Region underclassmen went on a 12-0 run late in the first half to break a tie on the way to a 112-80 ...
Fixing the state’s DUI laws - The Harlan Daily
Some would say that Kentucky DUI laws just aren’t stiff enough. Senate Bill 34 is designed to address that issue and hopefully create a higher level of awareness associated with the penalties for driving under the influence. Sen. Dennis Parrett, D ...
Youth group to host 5K run, walk Saturday - The Harlan Daily
The Cumberland Pentecostal Church youth group will host a 5K run/walk on April 4. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the run will start at 9 a.m. Registration will be $20 on race day. Checks payable to Cumberland Pentecostal Youth. Only those who pre ...
State legislative update - The Harlan Daily
The 2015 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is now history and there is much to report. In the House Majority, we began work in January with an ambitious agenda to address Kentucky’s growing heroin epidemic; stabilize the state’s Road Fund; and ...
6 characteristics of a Christ-like mind - The Harlan Daily
Six times the NT describes or implies what the Christian’s mind is to be like. From these six we can derive six adjectives that describe God’s ideal for your mind. First, a Christ-like mind is alive, “For to be carnally minded is death; but to be ...
The road to the cross - The Harlan Daily
(Isaiah 53 and Matthew 26) This weekend marks the beginning of the most significant week in the life of the church. As much as Christians look forward to and enjoy the celebration of Christmas, the celebration of Easter, or better Resurrection, gives ...