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Sammy Miller and the Congregation headlining Levitt Thursday

If your plans don’t include being at the Levitt Lot this Thursday night, then you need to change ... Read more | Add your comment

Pineville woman arrested on DEA federal indictment

A Pineville woman is being held in the Laurel County Correctional Center as a federal prisoner in transition. Read more | Add your comment

Keeping the Crater clean

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MPD nets nine on drug trafficking charges

The Middlesboro Police Department arrested nine individuals on drug charges over the past few weeks as a result ... Read more | Add your comment

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Several jobs still available through AmeriCorps at Bell Co. High School

For the first time ever in Bell County PFE PartnerCorps is being offered through AmeriCorps, and there are still job opportunities available. Read more | Add your comment

by Ashley Collingsworth.

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Essential skills training event slated for Sept. 5 in Harlan Co.

The Center for Rural Development is providing no-cost essential skills training for unemployed and underemployed individuals in Harlan and Bell Counties. Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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Bobcats attend Bob Allen Pigskin Classic banquet

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by Staff Reports.

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Evans to step aside from coaching

HARROGATE, Tenn. — Lincoln Memorial University head women’s basketball coach Krystal Evans announced on Monday that she is stepping away from coaching, citing a need ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Player of the Week to be announced during football season

Football season is always a welcomed time of the year. It’s a sign that fall is on the way and the dog days of summer ... Read more | Add your comment

by Anthony Cloud.

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Middlesboro faces off against Whitley County in preseason clash

Ray Welch | Daily News Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Pineville falls to Leslie County in preseason match-up, 18-16.

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by John Dunn.

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Bobcats fall to Johnson Central in SEKC Gridorama

Bell County head coach Dudley Hilton has a discussion with the ref during the scrimmage. Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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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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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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Middlesboro handles Harlan, 46-8.

The Harlan Green Dragons’ 7th-8th grade football team traveled to Lee Majors Field on Thursday to take on the Middlesboro Yellow Jackets at Bradner’s Stadium. Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Sullivan: Advice for a new school year

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by Staff Reports.

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Middlesboro 5th-6th top Harlan 22-0

The Harlan Green Dragons’ 5th-6th football team traveled to Lee Majors Field on Thursday to take on the Middlesboro Yellow Jackets at Bradner’s Stadium in ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Cora repeats as Middlesboro Men’s League champs

The Middlesboro Men’s League wrapped up on Thursday night as Cora defeated Sweet as Honey, 99-59, in the championship game. Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

Opinion

Mass Killings, John Adams, The Constitution

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by Staff Reports.

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Having a hunger and thirst for God

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by Staff Reports.

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Lady Jackets drop season-opener to South Laurel, 6-1.

The Middlesboro Lady Jackets‘ soccer team dropped their season-opener to the South Laurel Lady Cardinals 6-1 on the road Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Walsh takes reins of Union women’s basketball program

BARBOURVILLE — The Union College women’s basketball team has a new top dog to lead the pack as Dean Walsh is the Bulldogs’ new head ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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How many bullets?

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by Staff Reports.

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Meet The Mountain Lions has huge turnout

The Lion’s Den was in an uproar on Wednesday as the community of Pineville turned out in big numbers to “Meet the Mountain Lions” in ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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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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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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Outstanding 2019 recruiting class for LMU men’s soccer

HARROGATE, Tenn. — Lincoln Memorial University’s first-year head men’s soccer coach Robert Spain revealed the Railsplitters’ 15 new additions for the quickly-approaching 2019 season Wednesday ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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Golf4Grants awards grant to Middlesboro teacher Gilley

Middlesboro High School teacher, Luke Gilley, will be receiving a grant from Golf4Grants for “Drones in the Classroom” to continue the innovative work he is ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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From 1619 to 2019: 400 Years

By Vivian Blevins Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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What can encourage more people to live in rural areas?

It’s well-known that rural areas are losing population to cities, caused by factors like the economy, health care access, infrastructure issues, schools and culture. What ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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Union volleyball slotted to finish fourth in the AAC

BARBOURVILLE — The Union College volleyball team is projected to finish fourth in the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) this season, according to the coaches’ poll. Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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Union men’s soccer tabbed to finish 5th in AAC

BARBOURVILLE — The Union College men’s soccer team is projected to finish fifth in the chase for the 2019 Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) men’s soccer ... Read more | Add your comment

by John Dunn.

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Middlesboro Middle participates in scrimmage

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by John Dunn.

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Flag football on a Saturday afternoon

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by John Dunn.