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Debbie Caldwell

Position: Regional Editor
E-Mail Address: dcaldwell@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: (606) 248-1010

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A Saturday afternoon fire in downtown Harlan destroyed a longtime business in the county.
Jenny Lea Academy of Cosmetology and apartment building was gutted by the fire that reportedly started in the beauty school's restroom.
Harlan Fire Department Chief Linette Hutchison said the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Hutchison said at

Fire at beauty school starts in restroom

A Saturday afternoon fire in downtown Harlan destroyed a longtime business in the county. Jenny Lea Academy of Cosmetology and apartment building was gutted by the fire that reportedly started in the beauty school's restroom. Harlan Fire Department Chief Linette Hutchison said the cause of the fire is still under investigation. Hutchison said at

Debbie Caldwell|Daily Enterprise
Harlan County Judge-Executive Dan Mosley declared the week of April 26-May 3 “Soil and Water Stewardship Week” during a recent Harlan County Fiscal Court meeting. Pictured are Dr. Murphy Green, Robert B. Jones, Mosley, Christian Metcalfe and David W. Howard. The proclamation states stewardship calls for

Mosley signs proclamation

Debbie Caldwell|Daily Enterprise Harlan County Judge-Executive Dan Mosley declared the week of April 26-May 3 “Soil and Water Stewardship Week” during a recent Harlan County Fiscal Court meeting. Pictured are Dr. Murphy Green, Robert B. Jones, Mosley, Christian Metcalfe and David W. Howard. The proclamation states stewardship calls for

Students bring guns to school

DEWITT — Kentucky State Police Trooper Jason Partin has arrested a school bus driver after two students allegedly brought handguns to school Thursday morning. KSP Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs said Post 10 Harlan received a call from the principal at Dewitt Elementary School. Dispatchers were notified that two students brought two smal

Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Burton is relatively new to police work, having spent several years working in the coal mines before moving into law enforcement.
Burton, 27, has been with the Kentucky State Police for three years. Before pinning on a badge, he worked on a blasting crew for Nally and Hamilton for a period of four years. Follo

Life after coal mining

Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Burton is relatively new to police work, having spent several years working in the coal mines before moving into law enforcement. Burton, 27, has been with the Kentucky State Police for three years. Before pinning on a badge, he worked on a blasting crew for Nally and Hamilton for a period of four years. Follo





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