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Pumpkins in the Park, Oct. 24-26 at Wilderness Road State Park

Pumpkins in the Park has enjoyed tremendous popularity as a premier event at Wilderness Road State Park. The ... Read more | Add your comment

Vietnam veteran welcomed in Pineville

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Appalachian Wildlife Foundation receives USDA loan approval

The Appalachian Wildlife Foundation announced that it has received approval from the United States Department of Agriculture of ... Read more | Add your comment

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Harlan County man pleads guilty in federal court

A Harlan County man was recently found guilty in federal court for first-degree trafficking controlled substance. Read more | Add your comment

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Operation Crash Reduction continues through Monday

The upcoming Columbus Day holiday provides a great opportunity for long weekend getaways — and this means more cars on the road. This is why ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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Convictions and considerations

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Understanding love: What is it, how does is work?

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Community Calendar

The Middlesboro Daily News will publish local events in the community calendar free of charge as space allows. We do not accept submissions called in ... Read more | Add your comment

by Beth Key.

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Patriot football six point preview vs. Bethel

WILLIAMSBURG — The Patriots football team got things started the right way last weekend in Mid-South Conference play, knocking off the Bears of the University ... Read more | Add your comment

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Three multi-goal scorers roll LMU past Lees-Mcrae

HARROGATE, Tenn. — There was no stopping the Lady Railsplitters Wednesday. Read more | Add your comment

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Game Preview: Union hosts St. Andrews in MSC Appalachian play

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. — After two weeks on the road, Union College football returns to Williamson Stadium to host St. Andrews University (N.C.) in a Mid-South ... Read more | Add your comment

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Middlesboro sweeps district championship

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In need of a win, Cats look to get back on track against Arkansas

LEXINGTON, Ky. (KT) — Kentucky coach Mark Stoops doesn’t label games in terms of importance, but Saturday’s contest against Arkansas could set the tone for ... Read more | Add your comment

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Here’s one for the books

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Freedom of Speech – What’s it mean to you?

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Lady Cats fall to Clay County

The Bell County volleyball team were looking to rebound against Clay County on Tuesday after falling to Williamsburg less than a week earlier. Their plot ... Read more | Add your comment

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Boone Trail School holds karate event

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McClancy to receive Red Cross Certificate of Merit

KNOXVILLE — On May 25, Paige McClancy, trained in American Red Cross Adult First Aid/CPR/AED, helped to save the life of a woman who lost ... Read more | Add your comment

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SOAR announces Summit Innovation Award recipients

PIKEVILLE — Shaping Our Appalachian Region, Inc. (SOAR) has announced its Innovation Award recipients from the 2019 SOAR Summit. Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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The power of forgiveness

By Dr. Glenn Mollette Read more | Add your comment

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Kentucky High School Prep Rankings

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by John Dunn.

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Bell County prepares for Garrard County

The Bell County Bobcats have dominated every facet of every game they have played this season. Coming off of a blowout victory over Rockcastle County, ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Pineville gears up for Lynn Camp

The Pineville Mountain Lions are coming off of an important bye week. With so many players banged up, a much needed rest will benefit a ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Middlesboro focused on Morgan County

Coming off of an emotional comeback victory in overtime against Leslie County last week, the Middlesboro Yellow Jackets have their sights set on the 0-7 ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Middlesboro soccer teams advance to district championship

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by John Dunn.

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Lone Jack students participate in LEAPS program

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Mast years are good times for wildlife

By Steve Roark Read more | Add your comment

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Community Calendar

The Middlesboro Daily News will publish local events in the community calendar free of charge as space allows. We do not accept submissions called in ... Read more | Add your comment

by Beth Key.

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Fighting for Autism to be held at Middlesboro Mall Saturday

Fighting for Autism is a non-profit organization that has many divisions that proudly works with children, families and communities to bring autism awareness and inclusion ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Good for You

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New/rebuilt traffic signals now active in Corbin

MANCHESTER — The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 11 Office advises motorists that new/rebuilt traffic signals are now active in Corbin. The locations are listed ... Read more | Add your comment

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Wildcats, Cardinals banding together for TEN-4 Day

It’s finally fall in the commonwealth, which means cooler temperatures, leaves changing, and college football season. As child abuse pediatricians at University of Kentucky and ... Read more | Add your comment

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Kentucky steers motorists to buckle up, put phones down to increase roadway safety

FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) is driving home a safety message to motorists aimed at preventing crashes by encouraging two life-saving ... Read more | Add your comment

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