Festival dampened, but show goes on Marisa Anders
Attendance at the Bluegrass on the Mountain Festival was dampened by rain Saturday, but the show went on and another event is planned for the future.
Bluegrass music legend Ricky...
Crawford shuts down Dragons John Middleton
Harlan Daily Enterprise
HARLAN — The Harlan Green Dragons were unable to find an answer for Middlesboro’s Lucas Crawford in the opening round of the 52nd District Tournament on ...
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John Middleton Harlan Daily EnterpriseThe Middlesboro Daily News
History abounds at Oven Fork Mercantile In March, my husband and I drove over U.S. 119 from Pikeville on our way to Cumberland.
He has collected blues, country and jazz music, circa 1920s to the mid-1930s, for about 30 years now. Every time we pass a yard sale, a flea market or an old store that looks promising, he slams on the brak...
May 11, 2013 | 0 | 5 |
Dr. Vivian Blevins And thenThe Middlesboro Daily News
School board must make cuts with facts, not feelings The Middlesboro Independent Board of Education is not alone in its current budgetary crisis. School districts across the region, state and nation are scrambling to identify means to meet tremendous budgetary constraints — working to avoid adverse effects on classrooms and entire programs. New ...
Yellow Creek School lends a helping hand Special to the Daily News
Students at Yellow Creek School Center are lending a helping hand to community members in need, thanks to a project by the eighth-grade student leadership team.
May 16, 2013 | 0 | 1 |
Special to the Daily NewsThe Middlesboro Daily News