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Daily Enterprise Harlan senior guard Noah Busroe looked for an opening around Bell County guard Ethan Gambrel during 52nd District Tournament action Wednesday. The Green Dragons advanced to the championship game with a 49-47 victory. Comment?
Page School Center won first place in the Region 21 Kentucky Governor's Cup academic competition held Saturday at Evarts Elementary School in Harlan County. The region includes schools in Bell and Harlan counties. Comment?
A man who walked off a Harlan County Detention Center work release crew on Friday has been apprehended and is now back in custody at the Harlan County Detention Center. A previous report states at approximately 12:32 p.m. on Friday, Harlan County Detention Center staff reported inmate Derrick Tindell, 27, of Evarts, ran from the inmate work release program. Comment?
At approximately 12:32 p.m. on Friday, Harlan County Detention Center Staff reported inmate Derrick Tindell ran from the inmate Work Release Program. The inmate work release crew Tindell was a part of was working at Mack's Mission unloading trucks for the Volunteer Pantry in the Pine Mountain area of Harlan. Comment?
A Lynch man is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder of a police officer, after allegedly attempting to run over an officer with his vehicle. According to the citation, police observed a vehicle operated by Allen passing another vehicle in a no-pass zone. Comment?
Photo submitted The Grand Masonic Lodge of Kentucky recently requested to come to Harlan County and perform an open installation of the officers of all lodges within our District 30. After a hearty meal of "beans and greens" with all the trimmings and deserts Grand Master Todd Jones and officers from the Grand Lodge installed officers from the following lodges in our district: Evarts, Harlan, Cumberland, Baxter and Pineville. Open installation is open to masons families and friends and is conducted to show that masons are still very much involved in our communities. Comment?
It's hard for me to believe September is already here! I love fall and knowing that it is right around the corner has cheered me up considerably the last few days. The change in temperatures has been most welcome. Comment?
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