Group repairs roof at Christ’s Hands
Drug roundup conducted in Bell County
What’s Goin’ On
‘Billy 4 Kids’ visits Cumberland
- Threat arrest - 2:07 pm
- Group repairs roof at Christ’s Hands - 2:02 pm
- Drug roundup conducted in Bell County - 1:49 pm
- Consumer group releases annual list of dangerous summer toys - 12:42 pm
- MSHA launches enhanced safety standards - 12:42 pm
- State News in Brief - 12:41 pm
- Boil-water advisory issued - 11:46 am
- ‘Billy 4 Kids’ visits Cumberland - 4:36 pm
- Breaks Interstate Park open to climbing - 4:36 pm
- Bank of Harlan to merge - 4:35 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:21 pm updated: 3:00 pm.
- Ikea recalls 29M dressers after 6 kids killed - 1:54 pm
- Ky. stepping up push to stop gas pump fraud - 1:53 pm
- Weight limit lowered - 4:33 pm
- 2 jailed for meth possession - 4:28 pm
- Supreme Court to hear college funding case in Ky. - 2:32 pm
- State News in Brief - 1:36 pm updated: 2:31 pm.
- Fiorina campaigns for Rand Paul in Ky. Senate race - 1:36 pm
- Vaught joins board - 1:35 pm
- Ky. may temporarily reopen private prisons amid overcrowding - 1:34 pm
- Boil-water advisories issued - 10:12 am updated: 1:58 pm.
- Storm damage - 7:55 pm
- DUI charge against constable dismissed - 7:55 pm
- Volunteer firefighters needed - 7:53 pm
- Task force sweeps US for child predators - 7:52 pm
- KSP investigating crash on US 119 - 7:46 pm
- ‘Jack Tales’ to be presented - 7:18 am
- State News in Brief - 3:11 pm
- Proactivity for bear activity - 11:09 am
- Marines: Man in Iwo Jima flag raising photo misidentified - 2:48 pm
- Flu spray fails again, panel urges shot instead - 2:47 pm
- Multiple tornadoes in Illinois; homes, gas station damaged - 2:47 pm
- New 5-book mystery series features Harlan - 2:37 pm updated: 10:09 am.
- Serenity on the water - 2:35 pm
- Governor outlines Medicaid overhaul - 2:34 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:34 pm
- Search leads to more charges - 1:39 pm
- KDFWR awards elk permit to a partnering landowner - 1:30 pm
- Severe storms hit - 5:09 pm
- Evarts adjusts current budget - 5:05 pm
- Nearly 1 in 3 on Medicare got commonly abused opioids - 3:18 pm
- Carters mark 70 years ‘even closer together’ - 3:18 pm
- Bevin launches committee to prepare criminal justice reforms - 3:15 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:34 pm
- Creating a healthy weight loss plan - 1:09 pm
- ATF make arrest in explosives case - 8:43 pm
- Health plan chosen - 5:34 pm
- 2 arrested for theft - 4:47 pm
- Cumberland to raise water rates - 3:35 pm
- Weight restriction posted to US 119 bridge - 3:30 pm updated: 10:16 am.
Bank of Harlan to merge
The Bank of Harlan has been acquired by Monticello Bankshares Inc. in a deal that will see the merger of the two financial institutions.The financial ...
State News in Brief
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Ikea recalls 29M dressers after 6 kids killed
NEW YORK (AP) — Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers after six children were killed when the units toppled over and fell on them.The...
Ky. stepping up push to stop gas pump fraud
LEXINGTON — With the Fourth of July and peak summer travel season around the corner, state and local authorities are working with retailers to p...
Weight limit lowered
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2 jailed for meth possession
A pair of women were jailed on drug charges after a traffic stop led to their arrest on Friday.Lonnie Lucas, 59, of Whitesburg, and April Johnson, 42,...
Little League All Stars
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Harlan, Tri-City fall
A scorching hot day at the District 4 Tournament (ages 9-10) did not go well for the two Harlan County entrants as both Tri-City and Harlan suffered l...
Hazard rallies past Tri-City All-Stars
HAZARD — One bad inning was enough to send the Tri-City All-Stars home with a loss in the opening game of the District 4 Tournament (ages 11-12)...
HHS camp opens Thursday
The Harlan Dragons and Lady Dragons Basketball Camp will be held Thursday and Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Harlan High School gym.The cost is $...
Bears fall in summer final 8
LEXINGTON — Unlike last summer, when they caught everyone by surprise with a young team that had no seniors and low expectations, the Harlan Cou...
LMU mourns the passing of Dr. Ralph Stanley
HARROGATE, Tenn. — Lincoln Memorial University mourns the loss of bluegrass music legend, Dr. Ralph Stanley. Stanley was 89 years old when he pa...
Dog Days of Summer
Dog Days of Summer are the hottest and the sultriest times of the year, and kicks off just in time for the Fourth of July celebrations. Dog Days of Su...
Local Retired teachers meet
The Harlan Area Retired Teachers met at the Harlan County Extension Depot. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, Carol Flanagan led the group in prayer ...
June a month of transition for bass fishing
FRANKFORT — The gorgeous weather combined with warming, but tolerable, temperatures make June one of the best months to be outside. The wonderfu...
Make your own salsa
Tomatoes are soon to be in season, and soon you might have more on your hands than you know what to do with. A great way to use excess tomatoes, peppe...
Ky. sexual assault victims deserve a voice
By now, most of America has heard about the horrific Stanford University rape case. This tragedy was pushed into the public eye after a 12-page victim...
Today in History
By The Associated PressToday is Tuesday, June 28, the 180th day of 2016. There are 186 days left in the year.Today’s Highlights in History:On Ju...
Transparency spawns taxpayers’ trust
When an Oregon judge five years ago refused to block release of individual retirees’ pension information to the public via The Oregonian newspap...
Bad ruling on reproductive rights in Ky.
A Court of Appeals ruling allowing the Bevin administration to shut down one of only two abortion providers in Kentucky misses the constitutional fore...
From Godless favoritism to Godly faith
James issues a command against favoritism in James 2:1–8. He gives the following examples: treating rich visitors with great respect (James 2:1&...