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DELBARTON — The boil water advisory that was in effect for the Delbarton area due to a main line break at Blevins Field has been lifted as of May 1.
All repairs and tests have been made to deem the city water safe.
This notice was sent by the Delbarton Water Department.
For more information please contact Paul Pletcher at 304-475-3359 or b

Boil Water Advisory for Delbarton area has been lifted

DELBARTON — The boil water advisory that was in effect for the Delbarton area due to a main line break at Blevins Field has been lifted as of May 1. All repairs and tests have been made to deem the city water safe. This notice was sent by the Delbarton Water Department. For more information please contact Paul Pletcher at 304-475-3359 or b

Symphony of the Mountains concert set

The Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble will play a concert in Wise, Va. at 5 p.m. on May 17 in the Chapel of All Faiths on the campus of University of Virginia's College at Wise, sponsored by Pro-Art Association and the UVa-Wise as part of the Cultural Arts Series. Admission is free. Symphony of the Mountains, once known as Kingsport Symph

Spring has arrived and gardening season is underway. Nothing tastes better than locally grown produce picked fresh from the garden.
Many consumers preserve the season's bounty to use once the growing season has passed. For those who preserve food, now is a great time to gear up for the season. Start by inventorying supplies and getting a head star

Plan ahead to preserve bounty

Spring has arrived and gardening season is underway. Nothing tastes better than locally grown produce picked fresh from the garden. Many consumers preserve the season's bounty to use once the growing season has passed. For those who preserve food, now is a great time to gear up for the season. Start by inventorying supplies and getting a head star

News in Brief

24-hour lane closures on I-75 scheduled SOMERSET — Beginning May 10, current nighttime lane closures on Interstate 75 in Rockcastle County will be increased to 24-hour closures as crews continue pavement improvement project. North and southbound lane reductions will increase to a 24-hour period daily Sunday through Thursday for approximatel

Bulldogs maul Bobcats

The Hazard Bulldog baseball team opened their week on the road at the Breathitt County Bobcats. The Bulldogs would have little trouble with the Bobcats as they mauled their opponent 14-1. Hazard opened the game with a big inning, scoring five runs. The Bulldogs' bats would go silent until the fourth inning, when they broke the game open. The Bull

On Saturday, the Hazard Bulldogs traveled to Lexington to participate in the All “A” state baseball tournament. Their opponent would be the West Carter Comets. The Bulldogs would fall behind early, but came up with the win in their final at bat.
West Carter opened the game with two runs in the first inning. The 2-0 lead would hold unti

Bulldogs advance in All 'A' with win over Comets

On Saturday, the Hazard Bulldogs traveled to Lexington to participate in the All “A” state baseball tournament. Their opponent would be the West Carter Comets. The Bulldogs would fall behind early, but came up with the win in their final at bat. West Carter opened the game with two runs in the first inning. The 2-0 lead would hold unti

SKCTC addressing tobacco use

Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College has announced its plan to join a national movement to address smoking and tobacco use at community college campuses throughout the United States. Through a grant from Legacy, the national public health organization responsible for the national truth® smoking prevention campaign, SKCTC will e

Commodores outrun Rebels

Early last week, the Perry County Central Commodores traveled to Allen Central to take on the Rebels. The Commodores fell behind early, but managed to rally late to outrun the Rebels 9-7. Perry Central took an early 2-0 lead in the second inning, but it did not last long as Allen Central responded with four runs in the bottom of the frame (2-4). T

EVARTS — Mrs. Dora Belle Wilson, 95, of Evarts entered Heaven's eternal gates Monday, May 4, 2015, at her home. Born April 21, 1920 in Packard, KY, she had lived here most of her life. Dora led a very active and rewarding life. She was the owner/operator of Dora's Drive-In Restaurant in Evarts and was involved in other businesses in the Clove

DORA WILSON

EVARTS — Mrs. Dora Belle Wilson, 95, of Evarts entered Heaven's eternal gates Monday, May 4, 2015, at her home. Born April 21, 1920 in Packard, KY, she had lived here most of her life. Dora led a very active and rewarding life. She was the owner/operator of Dora's Drive-In Restaurant in Evarts and was involved in other businesses in the Clove

ARH addresses falling

During a Middlesboro ARH Lunch and Learn event on April 30, Jennifer Owens gave a presentation about fall proofing your home. Owens is a registered nurse in the ER and a clinical nurse. She has been with ARH for over 7 years. “Falls are the biggest thing we see in this community so that's why we wanted to give this talk today. It's importan

A Cawood woman was arrested Sunday morning after she allegedly attempted to rob a volunteer firefighter, who was collecting donations on the Waldon Street Bridge in Harlan.
“Sunday morning officers from the Harlan City Police Department responded to a possible robbery on the Waldon Street Bridge in front of Walmart,” said arresting off

Robbery attempt foiled

A Cawood woman was arrested Sunday morning after she allegedly attempted to rob a volunteer firefighter, who was collecting donations on the Waldon Street Bridge in Harlan. “Sunday morning officers from the Harlan City Police Department responded to a possible robbery on the Waldon Street Bridge in front of Walmart,” said arresting off

By Steve Mickey
Nascar Columnist
Sunday's race at Talladega for much of the afternoon followed the usual script anytime the series rolls into the restrictor plate track. There was plenty of three and four wide racing, two-tire pit stops but not the usual finish that always features a couple of lines of cars trying to get into position to make tha

Time To Celebrate

By Steve Mickey Nascar Columnist Sunday's race at Talladega for much of the afternoon followed the usual script anytime the series rolls into the restrictor plate track. There was plenty of three and four wide racing, two-tire pit stops but not the usual finish that always features a couple of lines of cars trying to get into position to make tha

Hazard falls from All 'A'

On Sunday, the Hazard Bulldogs took on the Ballard Memorial Bombers in the semifinals of the All “A” state baseball tournament. The Bulldogs would fall behind early, and struggle to get back into the game. Ballard Memorial got on the board with a run in the second inning. Hazard would erase the run in the top of the third inning, but g

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Students from Green Hills Elementary School in kindergarten- through fifth-grade participated in a nutrition education program, FoodPlay, a high energy production that teaches students the importance on a nutritionally sound diet. The presentation was sponsored by the Harlan County Schools Food Service Department. Green Hills studen

Students learn value of nutrition

Courtesy photo Students from Green Hills Elementary School in kindergarten- through fifth-grade participated in a nutrition education program, FoodPlay, a high energy production that teaches students the importance on a nutritionally sound diet. The presentation was sponsored by the Harlan County Schools Food Service Department. Green Hills studen

Early last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores hosted the Hazard Lady Bulldogs in softball action. The Lady Commodores took a one run win on the road, and were looking for a sweep of the season series. The game would require an extra frame to determine the outcome.
Hazard would get on the board first with a single run in the top of the

Haddix home run lifts Perry over Hazard

Early last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores hosted the Hazard Lady Bulldogs in softball action. The Lady Commodores took a one run win on the road, and were looking for a sweep of the season series. The game would require an extra frame to determine the outcome. Hazard would get on the board first with a single run in the top of the

A 9-year-old boy died Sunday from injuries sustained in a bicycle wreck that occurred Saturday.
According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), the wreck happened at the intersection of Jay Drive and Dogwood Drive in Dogwood Heights in Tazewell.
Around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Christopher Shearer, 9, of Tazewell, was bicycling down a st

Child dies from injuries in bicycle wreck

A 9-year-old boy died Sunday from injuries sustained in a bicycle wreck that occurred Saturday. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), the wreck happened at the intersection of Jay Drive and Dogwood Drive in Dogwood Heights in Tazewell. Around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Christopher Shearer, 9, of Tazewell, was bicycling down a st

TYE

HARLAN — Madison Edward “Ed” Tye, 78, of Harlan, passed away Sunday, May 3, 2015 at the Veterans Hospital, Lexington, KY. Visitation will be Tuesday, May 5 from 5 to 7pm at Mount Pleasant Funeral Home. Funeral will follow at 7PM in the chapel of Mount Pleasant with Pres. Sam Gilbert officiating. Burial will be Wednesday, May 6 at

William S. Tribell | Daily News
Winners of the first annual Run Walk are pictured. The event was sponsored by Golf Preservations of Middlesboro to raise funds for the Bell County's Relay For Life. First place winner was Debbie Evans, second place was Al Stamper and third place was Amelia Gibson. Golf Preservations will also be having a bake sale M

Run Walk winners

William S. Tribell | Daily News Winners of the first annual Run Walk are pictured. The event was sponsored by Golf Preservations of Middlesboro to raise funds for the Bell County's Relay For Life. First place winner was Debbie Evans, second place was Al Stamper and third place was Amelia Gibson. Golf Preservations will also be having a bake sale M

Bulldogs scratch Wildcats

Last week, the Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team hosted the Buckhorn Lady Wildcats. The Lady Bulldogs had little trouble disposing of their opponent as they needed but five innings to stop the game 12-2. The game was tight in the first inning, with Hazard taking the 4-2 lead (Buckhorn's Madison Couch hit a two-run home run). After a scoreless seco

Softball sectionals start tonight

Westside and Wyoming East clash in the Class AA Region 3, Section 2 tourney in high school softball today. The teams will play two games, beginning at 6 p.m. at Clear Fork. They split the regular season series, with each team winning at home. East won a 2-1 thriller in March as Morgan Wrenn's home run proved to be the difference. Westside (17-8)





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