Kentucky State Police Trooper James Earl Hensley is investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred on U.S. 119 at Tremont on Tuesday. KSP Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs said two vehicles were traveling south and the vehicle in front was attempting to make a left turn off of U.S. 119 when it was rear-ended by a small pickup truck. Jacobs
Harlan City Police Officer George Young opened a death investigation Thursday related to a woman being found dead in her apartment in Sunshine at Holly Point. Young said a disturbing part of the investigation was that she had been dead for approximately a month, and her adult son, who was living with her had not reported that she had died. As the
The local basketball season will open over the next few days with the Southeastern Kentucky Conference panoramas at various locations around the region. Harlan will play host to Knox Central on Friday with the girls scrimmage set for 6 and the boys at 7:30. The Harlan Lady Dragons posted a 20-13 record last season and bring back point guard Jorda
The 2014 General Election is in the history books, with Kent Hendrickson winning the 26th Circuit Judgeship and Leslie “Smitty” Smith capturing the office of Harlan County Sheriff. In what was perhaps the biggest upset of the night, incumbent Circuit Court Judge Henry Johnson lost to challenger Hendrickson in a close but decisive race.
With 5,363 votes in Tuesday's general election, Democrat Dan Mosley was chosen to serve as Harlan County's next judge-executive. Mosley beat Republican Paul Caldwell, who received 3,584 votes. Mosley said the victory was a very humbling experience for him, and he thanked his friends, family and supporters for their tireless work during his campaig
An armed robbery and stabbing incident at the Holly Point Apartments on Friday night sent one man to the hospital and one to jail. Harlan City Police Officer Britt Ross said Chris Lankford claims Robert Pace stabbed him multiple times and robbed him. “A 911 call was called in to Post 10 by family members of Mr. Lankford while they were tran
Harlan City Police Cpl. Jeff Owens arrested Gary Nolan on multiple drug charges after responding to a complaint at The Commissary. “I received a complaint that Mr. Nolan was walking through the parking lot appearing to be intoxicated talking to himself,” Owens said. “Mr. Nolan had reportedly been arguing with his girlfriend. A pe
Debbie Caldwell | Daily Enterprise These wild turkeys were seen walking through a field in the Daybranch community near the Cranks Creek Lake recently.