Candlelight vigil slated Thursday at courthouse
Ledford facing drug charge
Campaign helps parents prepare, protect teen drivers
Pet of the Week
There’s magic in bridges
- Candlelight vigil slated Thursday at courthouse - 2:23 pm
- Ledford facing drug charge - 2:22 pm
- Ky. Republicans outpace Democrats in voter registration - 12:15 pm
- News in Brief - 11:34 am
- Campaign helps parents prepare, protect teen drivers - 6:51 am
- Pet of the Week - 6:35 am
- Bridge named for WWII vet - 4:16 pm
- Halloween Hustle 5K scheduled Oct. 29 - 1:09 pm
- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - 11:57 am
- In Ky. coal country, Democrats fear Trump - 11:56 am
- Ky. Supreme Court strikes down minimum wage ordinance - 11:54 am
- News in Brief - 11:35 am
- Thousands to gather for innovation in rural education - 3:55 pm
- KSP is taking back unwanted Rx drugs on Saturday at Post 10 - 3:53 pm updated: 4:04 pm.
- Harlan Haunt Fest 2016 - 3:53 pm
- Business leaders meet with new economic development director - 2:10 pm
- News in Brief - 11:07 am
- Report: Oral health of Ky. children is getting worse - 11:04 am
- Wreck sends 2 to hospital - 2:34 pm updated: 2:34 pm.
- News in Brief - 2:21 pm
- SS recipients to get tiny increase - 1:36 pm
- ‘Coal Miners for Rand’ coalition - 1:34 pm
- ‘Mystic Mountain Gathering’ slated Saturday - 1:27 pm
- Coroner: No foul play suspected in death - 5:20 pm
- News in Brief - 3:41 pm
- Annual ‘Pumpkin Square’ event planned in downtown Harlan on Halloween - 2:11 pm
- Chamber of commerce announces award winners - 1:56 pm
- Thousands in vigil for sprinter’s slain daughter - 1:35 pm
- Library sponsoring ‘spooky tales’ - 12:49 pm
- Boil-water advisory issued - 11:54 am
- Bell County Sheriff’s Office subject of hoax - 3:39 pm
- Flu vaccinations are available in the county - 2:48 pm
- Benham water issues - 2:47 pm
- Mining deaths, respirable dust samples drop to historic lows - 2:45 pm
- Baby Fest sponsored at the Depot - 2:41 pm
- News in Brief - 2:27 pm
- Ky. tops nation in share of kids ever diagnosed with ADHD - 11:36 am updated: 2:49 pm.
- More arrests made in fatal shooting of Tyson Gay’s daughter - 10:59 am
- New Harlan Co. economic director named - 6:54 pm
- Bevin announces training center for unemployed miners - 2:30 pm
- Bevin won’t fight decision banning him from cutting budgets - 1:42 pm
- News in Brief - 1:40 pm
- Nelson, Shannon to debate Tuesday in Bell Co. - 1:28 pm
- Painting for education - 1:24 pm
- After emerging from bankruptcy, Alpha Resources sells mine - 8:55 am
- Stewart pleads guilty - 4:02 pm
- News in Brief - 2:29 pm
- Ky.’s blooming goldenrod no longer needs protection - 1:57 pm
- Judge: SSA used unconstitutional process in reviewing cases - 1:57 pm
- 4-H fundraiser set Friday at Tractor Supply - 1:56 pm
In Ky. coal country, Democrats fear Trump
FRANKFORT (AP) — Democrats could lose control of their only legislative chamber in the South because of a blustery hero for folks in coal countr...
Ky. Supreme Court strikes down minimum wage ordinance
LOUISVILLE (AP) — Louisville’s law gradually raising the minimum wage to $9 an hour was struck down Thursday by the Kentucky Supreme Court...
News in Brief
Gray, Paul report fundraising numbers ahead of electionFRANKFORT (AP) — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray raised more money than Republi...
Thousands to gather for innovation in rural education
The Harlan County School District is leading the country in innovation in rural education. Teachers and students will join thousands of regional and n...
KSP is taking back unwanted Rx drugs on Saturday at Post 10
FRANKFORT — Kentucky State Police will partner with the Drug Enforcement Agency on Saturday in a collaborative effort to remove potentially dang...
Harlan Haunt Fest 2016
Photo submittedIan Punnett, from Coast to Coast AM Radio, promoted his new book, A Black Night for the Bluegrass Belle, at this year’s Harlan Ha...
Bears win a shootout at Perry Central
After being shut out in the first quarter of Friday’s game at Perry Central, the Harlan County Black Bears exploded for 74 points, including 42 ...
Woolum leads Lions past Harlan
Playing in his final “Battle of U.S. 119,” Pineville quarterback Tucker Woolum did a little bit of everything and was the difference as th...
Lewis explodes for 27 as Lady Cats roll to winJacey Lewis poured in 27 points in her final game at Rosspoint to lead the Lady Cats to a 61-25 win Thur...
Lady Dragons capture district title
From six wins as freshmen to eight the next year and 18 last season, the Harlan High School volleyball seniors had been building for the 2016 season f...
Lady Skins bounce back with victory over Black MountainCumberland avenged a 27-point loss earlier this year with a 26-22 win Tuesday over visiting Bla...
Bears need win to clinch playoff berth
After three weeks of playing for a district championship, the Harlan County Black Bears now find themselves playing for their playoff lives heading in...
Tree care after construction
It is unlikely that trees growing near the construction site of a new hope of other structures will escape the event unscathed. When all the equipment...
Guard against identity theft, and protect your finances
In 2015 alone, more than 13 million Americans were victimized by identity theft, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. What can you do to guard...
What’s Goin’ On
To place an event in the “What’s Goin’ On” section, email: [email protected]; fax: 606-573-0042; or drop a written/typed...
Making the college application process less stressful
If you’re parenting a high school junior or senior, then the stress of applying for a college is probably starting to escalate. While that first...
Oktoberfest slated in downtown Whitesburg
The Downtown Renaissance Initiative will host an Oktoberfest celebration on beginning at 4 p.m. on Saturday in downtown Whitesburg in front of the Let...
Annual Buddy Walk is Sunday in Knoxville
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The 20th annual Knoxville Buddy Walk® will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at World’s Fair Park (Festival La...
Don’t confuse me with the facts
In Plato’s Republic is the quote, “I’m trying to think. Don’t confuse me with the facts.” Since then people have marvele...
Biblical Nineveh is modern-day Mosul
If you ever went to Sunday School when you were a child you probably have heard the story of Jonah.God sent the prophet Jonah to Nineveh to tell them ...
Quite the experience at Cracker Barrel
I was sitting in one of the big rocking chairs at the Berea Cracker Barrel the other day playing checkers with myself on one of those big board’...
Today in History
By The Associated PressToday is Saturday, Oct. 22, the 296th day of 2016. There are 70 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On Oct...
Learning about vermiculture
Dewey Decker showed his new business cards to the other guys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop’s philosophy counter, and each member of the world dile...