Harlan County Farm Bureau donated five fresh 26-pound Butterball Turkeys to the Cumberland Hope Community Center in Evarts. A check for $300 was also donated to improve and decorate one bedroom's interior. Pictured are: Don Miniard, president of...
FRANKFORT — Thanksgiving is the most dangerous holiday of the year for motorists, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This includes the four-day holiday driving period surrounding that date when heavy traffic,...
Photos submittedThe Harlan High School leadership students recently delivered canned items to Christ's Hands. The leadership students work on projects to help the community during the school year.
Thanks-giving, my personal public acknowledgement and attitude is actually much more than just an October and November time frame. Expressing 'thanks' in words and sharing in writing my gratitude is an act of 'giving' that I am...
Protecting the rights of others has always been a priority for James Andrew Taulbee, the son of Pauline Hodges and James Taulbee. Not only is he a policeman for the Pineville Police Department, he is an eight-year Iraq War veteran with the rank of...
An accident at Lone Mountain Processing Darby Fork No. 1 Mine resulted in a miner, James Skidmore, being hospitalized last week.
The Harlan Tourist and Convention Commission recently received recognition for the work they are doing, taking home a total of four awards at the Kentucky Travel Industry Association (KTIA) Awards Gala.
Bringing an “early Christmas present” to Harlan Fiscal Court, Harlan County Jailer Curt Stallard presented a check in the amount of $100,000 to members of the court at a special called meeting on Monday.
Photo submittedBrayden Blakley, 10, of Cumberland, killed a 10-point buck at the Bluegrass Army Depot. He is the son of Jerry and Tracey Blakley.
Pineville native Jimmy Rose, who became a household name after the performance of his original song “Coal Keeps the Lights On” on season eight of America's Got Talent (AGT), is releasing three studio cut original songs on Nov. 29.
FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway has urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to update the Telemarketing Sales Rule to reflect the realities of today's marketplace and give consumers more protections against unscrupulous...
Hoping to identify the victim of a murder which occurred in Harlan County in 1969, Kentucky State Police exhumed a woman's body on Wednesday.
FRANKFORT – Drivers will have something extra to be thankful for this week. To help Thanksgiving travelers, construction on most major roadways in Kentucky is being suspended through the holiday. Nonetheless, motorists are cautioned to be alert...
FRANKFORT — “Kentucky Agriculture: Growing the Next Generation of Farmers” is the theme of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's 2015 Poster and Essay Contest.
Photos submittedThe Green Hills Elementary School middle school spelling bee winner is Elizabeth Howard, right. The runner-up is Trey Farley. Elizabeth will represent the school at the county middle school spelling bee.
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Kentucky State Police Trooper James Earl Hensley is investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred on U.S. 119 at Tremont on Tuesday.
Hal Rogers has asked the voters of the 5th Congressional District of Kentucky to elect him to be their representative 18 times now, and each time they have responded in the affirmative, almost always overwhelmingly.
Regarding a Harlan Fiscal Court article that appeared in the Enterprise on Tuesday, Harlan County Judge-Executive Joe Grieshop wanted to clarify a statement he made with respect to the Outdoor Recreation Board refinancing a loan. In a quote from...
• Cawood Water District has issued a boil-water advisory from Frances Road at Smith to the end of the line.
Each year Hardee's of Harlan shift leader Jimmie Burkhart tries to come up with a way to help the needy during the holiday season.
Pine Mountain resident Ruby Baker attended a special called meeting of the Harlan Fiscal Court on Monday where she offered to deed property she owns in Dayhoit, on Sutton Drive Spurr, to the county.
One of the best things about Christmas is seeing the wonder in children's eyes when they see a Christmas scene brightly shining with colored lights.
A Loyall man is facing a theft charge after he was allegedly found in possession of items belonging to his neighbors after their home was damaged by fire.
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