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A single-vehicle collision Sunday on U.S. 421 on Pine Mountain has claimed the life of a Harlan woman.
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Daily EnterpriseAubrey Ingram, 10 months, of Harlan, met the Easter Bunny for the first time during the annual Harlan County Domestic Vi... Aubrey 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.
Daily EnterpriseHundreds filled the Harlan Center parking lot on Saturday waiting to begin the Harlan County 5K Run With Color... Beginning the run on Main Street at the Harlan Center, 497 runners and walkers traveled to the coal monument at Baxter and returned along U.S. 421 to ... Passing through a color station, runners dressed in tutus were ... (more)
The Tri-City Ministerial Association will sponsor a Community GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE beginning at 7 p.m. on April 18 at Cumberland Church of God.
A single vehicle collision today on N US Highway 421 has claimed the life of a Harlan woman.
On March 28, 2014 at 12:48 p.m Kentucky State Police, Post 10 Harlan received a call from Brenda Hinton saying that her husband Rex Hinton wanted to kill himself.
Sen. Johnny Ray Turner told Harlan County Democrats on Friday that he is glad to be representing the county as a result of the recent legislative redistricting.
An elderly woman was killed and another woman was injured in a single-vehicle crash on Sunday in Harlan County, Kentucky.
A Harlan woman was killed Sunday evening and another injured in a single-vehicle crash on U.S. 421 on Pine Mountain.
Police say a Harlan County man who allegedly threw a cat into a wood-burning stove during an argument has been charged with a felony.
Daily EnterpriseHarlan County Farm Bureau gave away a variety of fruit and nut trees on Tuesday, which included mulberry, persimmon, Chi... Harlan County Farm Bureau gave away a variety of fruit and nut trees on Tuesday, which included mulberry, persimmon, Chinese Chestnut and pecan, along with loblolly pine and post oak, as a service to their ... (more)
In February 2007, widows and children of coal miners convened at the Capitol in Frankfort to testify before a House committee about an important mine safety bill.