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Teleworks virtual job fair held - The Harlan Daily
Eastern Kentucky jobseekers can now take advantage of 200 new employment opportunities being brought to the mountains thanks in part to strong interest shown at virtual job fairs this week for Sutherland CloudSource — a company that provides customer ...
Rebirth: Chance to change your life - The Harlan Daily
The man couldn’t sleep. It was the middle of the night but he had to have answers. His mind was striving to make sense of his circumstances. He knew the truth but the truth was going to cost him dearly. He needed to talk. He went to see someone.
Birthday thoughts: The best gift - The Harlan Daily
On every day of the current calendar year someone, somewhere is celebrating a birthday. For children the importance of the day is marked in the early years by our parents. Remembering our first or second birthday is best reflected with photos taken and ...
The demise of my corn crop - The Harlan Daily
If the thieves had simply called and told me that the local food bank had several dozen families who wouldn’t make it through the night unless they had a good mess of bodacious sweet corn, or if a rest home had called and told me that they had several ...
Teachers participating in SOAR - The Harlan Daily
Courtesy photo Pictured are, from left: Amy Keadle, teacher in residence at Morehead State University; U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers; Dr. Margo Delli Caprini, dean of the college of education at Morehead State University; Rachel Yost, of Rosspoint Elementary ...
House destroyed by fire at Pansy - The Harlan Daily
Photo submitted The Sunshine Volunteer Fire department responded to a structure fire at Pansy on Friday night. It was reported that the woman who lived in the house was in the hospital at the time of the fire. More information will be reported when it is ...
Bears bounce back - The Harlan Daily
Chris Jones | Daily Enterprise Harlan County senior tailback/receiver Dylan Cornett went around Clay County’s Nathan Sizemore for a big gain in Friday’s ARH Bowl game. Cornett ran for 172 yards and scored three touchdowns in the Bears’ 43-6 victory.
Man arrested for ATV theft - The Harlan Daily
A complaint of a man allegedly riding a yellow ATV resulted in his arrest on Tuesday, when the complainant did not believe the man had the money to pay for it. Leslie Saylor, 23, of Wallins, was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Jimmy Halcomb.
Free concert offered in Middlesboro - The Harlan Daily
Courtesy photo Nashville recording artist Lauren Shera will perform a free show in Middlesboro on Saturday through the Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series. Discover Downtown Middlesboro is continuing to provide free musical entertainment to the downtown ...
Community safety’ - The Harlan Daily
Lynch City Police Officer Jackie Stewart has been with the department for just a few weeks, but he’s been working in law enforcement for over a decade. “I’m an outgoing person,” Stewart said when asked what policing means to him. “I love helping ...
Boggs runs wild for Cats - The Harlan Daily
A week after running for three touchdowns to lead Evarts past Mountain View, quarterback Christian Boggs showed he was just getting started. The Evarts quarterback scored six touchdowns on Thursday and added four two-point conversions in a 44-point effort ...
Budget calculator shows what it takes to get by - The Harlan Daily
The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) has released an update to its signature Family Budget Calculator, which shows what’s required for families to attain a secure yet modest standard of living in 618 communities throughout the country, including seven ...
Studying for classes - The Harlan Daily
Chris Jones | SKCTC A student prepared for class on the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Cumberland campus, enjoying the brisk fall-like weather that has descended over the region this week. A student prepared for class on the Southeast ...
Give your job search a boost with Job club - The Harlan Daily
You don’t have to go it alone when looking for your next job. Let your local job club give your search a boost. With all-new, practical lessons and expert-led activities planned to help get you back to work, the Harlan County Job Club is now better ...
City board raises taxes - The Harlan Daily
Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Harlan Independent School Superintendent C.D. Morton discusses tax rates with the board during Thursday’s meeting. Meeting in special session on Thursday, the Harlan Independent Board of Education took up the issue of ...