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Retired educator still working for the community - The Harlan Daily
Thelma Lawson Haley, currently of Catrons Creek, is an educator, artist and published author who spends much of her time working to better the community. Haley grew up in Wallins, going on to spend 25 years as a school teacher at Harlan Independent Schools ...
A lesson from Daisy - The Harlan Daily
Have you ever noticed that God finds you at just the right time? We love dogs, always have. When Cathe and I were first married, we lived in a little trailer. The septic tank had just been installed but had not yet been inspected so it was uncovered.
What time is it? - The Harlan Daily
We can always tell when the first snow is coming. We don’t know the day or the hour, but as the temperature slowly descends, the leaves fall from the trees, the sun rises later and sets sooner, the afternoon breeze is no longer a comfort from the heat ...
John Ditty Sunday School Lesson - The Harlan Daily
(John 2:1-25) — There is a term used in literature that describes two ideas being placed side-by-side. The word is juxtaposed or juxtaposition. The idea is there is purpose in why the ideas, actions or events were placed where they were. The challenge ...
Trusting in the goodness of God - The Harlan Daily
Over the last three weeks we have looked at the problem of evil. We have seen how the Bible explains evil as rising out of the personified presence of evil, we call Satan, that our world is fallen due to the original sin of Adam and Eve, and how the ...
Answer: Let’s keep it simple - The Harlan Daily
The Old Testament Law contains 613 individual commandments. The majority of these are negative: “Thou shalt not” do such or so. These commandments prohibit activities ranging from coveting your neighbor’s cow to wearing pants made from two different ...
Kentucky suspends Harlan doctor over staff prescriptions - The Harlan Daily
(AP) — A doctor practicing at Harlan ARH Hospital has been suspended by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure after receiving an anonymous tip he was prescribing diet pills to the nursing staff. The Lexington Herald-Leader reported that the federal ...
Stone Mountain Naturals to open in Dryden - The Harlan Daily
The Industrial Development Authority of Lee County (IDA) announced a lease agreement with Stone Mountain Naturals, LLC, for the former Dryden Furniture Building at 215 Charles Calton Road in Dryden. Stone Mountain Naturals will purchase fresh, legally ...
A retired coal miner’s story - The Harlan Daily
As I walked into This ‘N That at Benham earlier this month, I saw a few people seated at a table at the back of the store, drinking their morning coffee and enjoying the day’s conversation. Within no time at all, I had asked them three or four ...
Walls go up at new clinic - The Harlan Daily
Work is progressing rapidly on the new Clover Fork Clinic being constructed on Mound Street in Harlan. The foundation was poured two weeks ago, and this week workers were putting up the walls. The project is being built with funds provided by the U.S ...