Locals sweep championship
Judge-executive named honoree
Harlan Independent makes history with state testing results
Explosive device found near Horton Street
Wreck in downtown Harlan
- Locals sweep championship - 5:21 pm
- Judge-executive named honoree - 5:21 pm
- Harlan Independent makes history with state testing results - 5:17 pm
- News in Brief - 2:25 pm
- Auditor says insurance tax increase not justified - 2:09 pm
- City school lighting project to begin - 6:51 pm
- Explosive device found near Horton Street - 6:46 pm updated: 9:06 am.
- Wreck in downtown Harlan - 3:48 pm updated: 4:12 pm.
- Shop and Share on Saturday - 3:29 pm
- Harlan Haunt Fest coming up - 3:29 pm
- Votes favor alcohol sales in Pineville - 3:28 pm
- News in Brief - 2:23 pm
- Coat drive slated - 6:25 pm
- News in Brief - 4:34 pm
- City schools talk preparation - 4:30 pm
- Kentuckians register in huge numbers on debate-eve weekend - 4:27 pm
- Social workers told to limit remarks to reporters - 4:26 pm
- Christ’s Hands receives donation - 4:24 pm
- Middlesboro business leader Mars passes - 2:02 pm
- Trooper injured in collision - 3:56 pm
- Theft-related charges for 2 men - 3:13 pm
- Ky. Spanish Teacher of the Year selected - 3:06 pm updated: 3:06 pm.
- Teleworks USA job fair slated Friday in Harlan - 3:05 pm
- News in Brief - 1:15 pm
- Fiscal Court considering property purchase - 3:30 pm
- The Apple Tree: Harlan’s 1st certified roadside farm market - 3:29 pm updated: 9:04 am.
- County school board formally adopts working budget - 3:26 pm
- Harlan accepts audit - 3:23 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:42 pm
- Kellogg, Blue Bell recall products - 1:43 pm
- Coal pensions, benefits divide Ky. Senate candidates - 8:35 am updated: 8:35 am.
- Boil-water advisory issued - 8:09 am
- Prescription drug makers spending from 2006-2015 - 6:29 am
- State News in Brief - 2:28 pm
- Mary Alice Park to be closed at years’ end - 12:38 pm
- Protecting miners’ retirement funds - 12:38 pm
- Siblings enjoy picnic - 12:38 pm
- KDA inspectors discover credit card ‘skimmer’ - 12:34 pm
- Supreme Court says Bevin cannot cut university budgets - 10:54 am updated: 1:15 pm.
- Boil-water advisories lifted - 10:48 am
- Workshop offered at Kingdom Come State Park - 5:50 pm
- Endangerment arrest - 4:53 pm
- Jane Doe remains identified - 4:46 pm
- From a bygone day - 4:41 pm
- State News in Brief - 4:25 pm
- Cawood Water District issues - 4:57 pm
- 3 face meth charges - 4:53 pm
- Appalachian Health ‘Hack-a-thon’ set - 4:49 pm
- State News in Brief - 3:11 pm
- A cheerful occasion - 2:08 pm
Harlan Haunt Fest coming up
The annual Harlan Haunt Fest is slated for Oct. 15 at the Harlan Center.National radio host Ian Punnett and his new book about a historic Kentucky mys...
Votes favor alcohol sales in Pineville
One of the hottest local topics around Bell County has been the “wet/dry” vote in Pineville. The local option election was held on Tuesday...
News in Brief
Unidentified human remains found near where man went missingMILO (AP) — Authorities in eastern Kentucky say human remains have been found in the...
Coat drive slated
With cold weather once again looming, Hilltop Ministries is gearing up for their annual winter coat drive with roadblocks scheduled from October throu...
News in Brief
Ky. AP exam scores up amid fewer test takersFRANKFORT (AP) — While Advanced Placement exam scores in Kentucky improved this year, the number of ...
City schools talk preparation
The Harlan Independent School Board heard a presentation during a recent meeting concerning a program designed to help pre-school age children get rea...
Lady Bears defeat Knox Central
The first-year Harlan County soccer team held strong for a 3-1 win over Knox Central on a cool night that was more reminiscent of a Friday night footb...
Dragons focusing on improvement
Going against an outmanned and winless Rye Cove, Va., team, winning isn’t expected to be a major issue for the Harlan Green Dragons on Friday.Wi...
Wildcats still in position for a good season
The football Wildcats are now in a survival mode this week after a critical 17-10 victory over South Carolina last Saturday night.The home win over th...
Evarts stays unbeaten with win over TigerettesEvarts ran its record to 12-0 with a 38-12 win Monday at Black Mountain in seventh- and eighth-grade bas...
Harlan County closed its district schedule as the second seed in the 52nd District Tournament next month by winning 25-17, 25-9 25-16 on Monday at Bel...
Lady Bears off to strong start
The Harlan County Lady Bears have found early success in their first season of soccer, taking a 5-1 record into a game Tuesday at home against Knox Ce...
Fall Forestry and Wildlife Field Tours set
Combining education, networking, sightseeing and good food, the Fall Forestry and Wildlife Field Tours have provided the opportunity to learn about su...
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...
3rd annual Paint the Mall PINK set in Middlesboro
MIDDLESBORO — With October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Middlesboro Mall, Middlesboro ARH Hospital and Air Evac Lifeteam ar...
FSA offers producers free online news service
Farmers in Bell, Clay, Harlan, Knox and Whitley counties now have a more efficient, timely option for receiving important USDA Farm Service Agency (FS...
A fisherman’s tale
A couple of weeks ago I spent a much needed Sunday with my family at a secluded fishing spot. It was hot and as the sun was beating down on me; I thou...
Want a longer, happier life? Make friends
Women, in general, tend to be more sociable than men and tend to make more and deeper friendships. But for men, developing close friendships with othe...
Inside Harlan Co. government
Fiscal responsibility is something the Harlan County Fiscal Court continues to focus on as your managers of county government. Property owners in Harl...
Today in History
By The Associated PressToday is Thursday, Sept. 29, the 273rd day of 2016. There are 93 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On Se...
Constitution Day: What shall we celebrate?
I did not celebrate Constitution Day, Sept. 17, primarily because I did not know how to do so. The federal government requires colleges to do somethin...
The success of the voter fraud myth
How does a lie come to be widely taken as the truth?The answer is disturbingly simple: Repeat it over and over again. When faced with facts that contr...
Today in History
By The Associated PressToday is Wednesday, Sept. 28, the 272nd day of 2016. There are 94 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On S...