Approximately 10 students from the Harlan County High School 21st Century program participated in a PRIDE Club cleanup at the school in late March.Students worked together to pick up trash from around the Coal Miners Memorial Stadium football/track complex.A larger school-wide cleanup is planned Friday.The 21st Century program offers numerous activities for HCHS students, including tutoring and credit recovery, as well as classes in music, web design, writing, multimedia and career options.For more information about the 21st Century program or the PRIDE Club at Harlan County High School, contact 21st Century director John Henson at 574-2020, Ext. 3566.
FRANKFORT (AP) — Kentucky House and Senate lawmakers agreed Tuesday to a $4.1 billion road-spending plan on the Legislature’s final day, avoiding an expensive special session.The plan includes $5.2 billion worth of projects throughout the state. But as much as 25 percent of that money will not be spent. Lawmakers said they like to include a cushion in case some projects are delayed because of environmental concerns or problems acquiring land.
The unexpected things we receive in life are always the best.I am mindful that this statement can be made for all things good, but the unwanted unexpected things that are unwelcome do not fit into the ‘always best’ category.Recently I spoke at Encounter Community Church. Encounter is a new church plant in Ownesboro-Daviess County. Their intent is lead people to an encounter with Jesus Christ.On Saturday, the University of Kentucky played Wisconsin ...
Due to a line break, Cawood Water District has issued a boil-water advisory for all customers on KY 2425 at Catrons Creek until further notice.
Whether to allow mobile homes in the city limits of Loyall highlighted a meeting of the Loyall City Council on Monday.Councilman Elvin Smith requested the issue be brought back to the table for discussion and a decision made.“We’ve left this issue in limbo and I’d like to know what we’re going to do about it,” said Smith.Councilwoman Trenna Cornett said she has been approached by several people in the past few weeks about this iss...
God’s arms are always open to welcome anyone home.You are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus.— Galatians 3:26
Following nearly two days of deliberations in Harlan Circuit Court, a jury has returned a verdict of not guilty for a Cumberland man on trial for murder.Thomas Polson, 37, stood with his attorneys Kellie Wilson and Katie Gilliam as Special Judge David Williams read the jury’s verdict. Charges of robbery and tampering with evidence had been previously dismissed via a directed verdict earlier in the trial.Before the jury entered the courtroom, Williams told those in ...
Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseAubrey Ingram, 10 months, of Harlan, met the Easter Bunny for the first time during the annual Harlan County Domestic Violence’s “Meet the Easter Bunny” event held on Saturday.
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Approximately 10 students from the Harlan County High...
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