Two buses belonging to the Harlan County School sat idle Friday as road conditions kept kids at home after classes were canceled for the second day in a row. More snow is predicted for the county today and Sunday.
Mayor says budget prevents layoffs The first reading of the budget for the upcoming fiscal year was performed and accepted by the Harlan City Council during a special called meeting Tuesday.
The council convened to hear the first...
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Joe Asher Staff WriterThe Harlan Daily Enterprise
Lady Bears fall in district title game Harlan County’s reign over the 52nd District came to an end Wednesday, as the Lady Bears fell 4-1 to Middlesboro in the title game.
After winning three straight district championships, several m...
May 23, 2013 | 0 | 2 |
John Middleton Sports EditorThe Harlan Daily Enterprise
Bianchi places 3rd at state meet
Harlan’s Emma Bianchi placed third in the high jump at the Class A State Meet with a jump of five feet at the University of Louisville last weekend. Harlan’s Laura Pace and Trent McKenzie al...
History abounds at Oven Fork Mercantile In March, my husband and I drove over U.S. 119 from Pikeville on our way to Cumberland.
He has collected blues, country and jazz music, circa 1920s to the mid-1930s, for about 30 years now. Every time we pass a yard sale, a flea market or an old store that looks promising, he slams on the brak...
May 11, 2013 | 0 | 4 |
Dr. Vivian Blevins And thenThe Harlan Daily Enterprise
School board must make cuts with facts, not feelings The Middlesboro Independent Board of Education is not alone in its current budgetary crisis. School districts across the region, state and nation are scrambling to identify means to meet tremendous budgetary constraints — working to avoid adverse effects on classrooms and entire programs. New ...