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Anthony Cloud

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Kentucky State Police Trooper First Class Keith Baker has been around the policing circle for quite some time. The 21-year police veteran now works out of KSP Post 10, in Harlan. To him, a police officer is a very important job.
“An officer has a chance to make a difference in the community where they work,” said Baker. “This imp

The seasoned veteran

Kentucky State Police Trooper First Class Keith Baker has been around the policing circle for quite some time. The 21-year police veteran now works out of KSP Post 10, in Harlan. To him, a police officer is a very important job. “An officer has a chance to make a difference in the community where they work,” said Baker. “This imp

Anthony Cloud|Daily News
Five Middlesboro players were named to the All-Tournament team for the 52nd District. Pictured are, from left, Madison Shields, Lauren Spurlock, Jessica Carter, Shae Moyers and Makayla Partin.

All-Tournament team

Anthony Cloud|Daily News Five Middlesboro players were named to the All-Tournament team for the 52nd District. Pictured are, from left, Madison Shields, Lauren Spurlock, Jessica Carter, Shae Moyers and Makayla Partin.

Anthony Cloud|Daily News
Two Lady Bobcats, along with two players from Harlan Independent and three players from Harlan County, were named to the 52nd District All-Tournament team. Those pictured are, from left: Bell County's Courtney Baker; Madison Noe and Anna Karst from Harlan Independent; and Savannah Sergent, Amber Creech and Farren Clark fro

52nd District All-Tournament team

Anthony Cloud|Daily News Two Lady Bobcats, along with two players from Harlan Independent and three players from Harlan County, were named to the 52nd District All-Tournament team. Those pictured are, from left: Bell County's Courtney Baker; Madison Noe and Anna Karst from Harlan Independent; and Savannah Sergent, Amber Creech and Farren Clark fro

The Pineville Mountain Lions (6-14) were knocked out of the 51st District tournament on Wednesday following a 16-2 loss to Barbourville (15-14). The loss dashed Pineville's hopes of making to the championship game on Thursday.
The Tigers went on to play Knox Central with the winner being crowned 51st District champs.
For the Mountain Lions, it wa

Barbourville tames Mountain Lions

The Pineville Mountain Lions (6-14) were knocked out of the 51st District tournament on Wednesday following a 16-2 loss to Barbourville (15-14). The loss dashed Pineville's hopes of making to the championship game on Thursday. The Tigers went on to play Knox Central with the winner being crowned 51st District champs. For the Mountain Lions, it wa

Middlesboro's baseball season ended on Tuesday following an 8-3 loss to Harlan. It was the first loss to the Green Dragons this season.
“I'm not too thrilled at the way things went,” said head coach John Smith. “We beat them three times throughout the season. It's tough to do that, let alone beat somebody four times.”
The

Harlan ends Jackets season

Middlesboro's baseball season ended on Tuesday following an 8-3 loss to Harlan. It was the first loss to the Green Dragons this season. “I'm not too thrilled at the way things went,” said head coach John Smith. “We beat them three times throughout the season. It's tough to do that, let alone beat somebody four times.” The

Middlesboro's baseball season ended on Tuesday following a 3-8 loss to Harlan Independent. It was the first loss to the Green Dragons this season.
“I'm not too thrilled at the way things went,” said head coach John Smith. “We beat them three times throughout the season. It's tough to do that, let alone beat somebody four times.&#

Harlan ends Jackets season

Middlesboro's baseball season ended on Tuesday following a 3-8 loss to Harlan Independent. It was the first loss to the Green Dragons this season. “I'm not too thrilled at the way things went,” said head coach John Smith. “We beat them three times throughout the season. It's tough to do that, let alone beat somebody four times.&#

The Middlesboro Lady Jackets walked off the field on Wednesday as district champions. They defeated Harlan County, 11-5.
“It means a lot, especially with this group of kids.” said Middlesboro head coach Luster Powers. “They're amazing.”
After scoring only one run in the second inning, Middlesboro went on a seven-run rally

Lady Jackets win district

The Middlesboro Lady Jackets walked off the field on Wednesday as district champions. They defeated Harlan County, 11-5. “It means a lot, especially with this group of kids.” said Middlesboro head coach Luster Powers. “They're amazing.” After scoring only one run in the second inning, Middlesboro went on a seven-run rally

Ray Welch|Pinnacle Sports View
Hannah Wilford is planning to further her golf career at Lincoln Memorial University.
Pictured, front row, from left, is: MHS principal Bobby Bennett, father Allen Wilford, Hannah Wilford, mother Lora Wilford, assistant principal Jessie Allen; back row, from left, is: Athletic Director Steve Spangler, golf coach Jud

Wilford to play golf at LMU

Ray Welch|Pinnacle Sports View Hannah Wilford is planning to further her golf career at Lincoln Memorial University. Pictured, front row, from left, is: MHS principal Bobby Bennett, father Allen Wilford, Hannah Wilford, mother Lora Wilford, assistant principal Jessie Allen; back row, from left, is: Athletic Director Steve Spangler, golf coach Jud

Gordon gets 15 years in meth case

A Middlesboro woman was sentenced to 15 years in Bell Circuit Court on Monday after pleading guilty to a meth charge. Bell Circuit Judge Robert Costanzo sentenced Jennifer Lynn Gordon, 38, of Middlesboro, on the charge of manufacturing methamphetamine. The sentence will run consecutively with sentences imposed on three other cases. According to

A flurry of hits in the second inning resulted in a victory for the Lady Yellow Jackets as Middlesboro (23-7) routed Bell County (2-15) by a score of 15-0. With the victory, Middlesboro advances to the District championship game at Harlan County High School on Wednesday.
“Anytime you get a win in the district, it's big,” said Lady Jack

Lady Jackets advance

A flurry of hits in the second inning resulted in a victory for the Lady Yellow Jackets as Middlesboro (23-7) routed Bell County (2-15) by a score of 15-0. With the victory, Middlesboro advances to the District championship game at Harlan County High School on Wednesday. “Anytime you get a win in the district, it's big,” said Lady Jack

Heavy rain throughout the day resulted in the 52nd District softball tournament being postponed. Make-up games will be played on Tuesday.
Harlan County (26-6) will play host to the softball tournament, coming in as the second seed after two 7-6 losses to top-seeded Middlesboro (22-7).
Middlesboro will play Bell County (2-14) in the opening game a

Rain washes out softball tournament

Heavy rain throughout the day resulted in the 52nd District softball tournament being postponed. Make-up games will be played on Tuesday. Harlan County (26-6) will play host to the softball tournament, coming in as the second seed after two 7-6 losses to top-seeded Middlesboro (22-7). Middlesboro will play Bell County (2-14) in the opening game a

The Middlesboro Community Center recently played host to the first sanctioned boxing event in many years. Several amateur fighters from the area participated in the event.
Eddie Gilbert II, Steven Adam Smith, Clayton Eagle, Thomas King, Greg Chavies were some of the area fighters who participated. Of the area fighters who participated, Eagle was t

Boxing event held

The Middlesboro Community Center recently played host to the first sanctioned boxing event in many years. Several amateur fighters from the area participated in the event. Eddie Gilbert II, Steven Adam Smith, Clayton Eagle, Thomas King, Greg Chavies were some of the area fighters who participated. Of the area fighters who participated, Eagle was t

Miracle charged with drug trafficking

A Middlesboro man was arrested on Monday after he was allegedly caught trafficking drugs. David Bradley Miracle, 27, of Middlesboro, was arrested by Middlesboro Officer Chuck Bruce and charged with first-degree trafficking a controlled substance. According to the citation, police found individually packaged baggies containing a crystal-like substa

Chris Jones|Southeast Ky. Community and Technical
On May 15, the Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College campus at Middlesboro hosted a “Jumpstart” program for local high school juniors and seniors. Carlton Hughes, professor of communication, coordinated the program with Southeast's recruiter Kim Maynard along with the help

SKCTC hosts Jumpstart program

Chris Jones|Southeast Ky. Community and Technical On May 15, the Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College campus at Middlesboro hosted a “Jumpstart” program for local high school juniors and seniors. Carlton Hughes, professor of communication, coordinated the program with Southeast's recruiter Kim Maynard along with the help

While many players and spectators were ready to begin the 52nd District baseball tournament on Monday, Mother Nature had other plans. Due to excessive rain throughout the evening, the 52nd District tournament was postponed until Tuesday.
Bell County was scheduled to play Harlan County at 5:30 p.m. and Middlesboro was scheduled to play Harlan Indep

Rain postpones tournament

While many players and spectators were ready to begin the 52nd District baseball tournament on Monday, Mother Nature had other plans. Due to excessive rain throughout the evening, the 52nd District tournament was postponed until Tuesday. Bell County was scheduled to play Harlan County at 5:30 p.m. and Middlesboro was scheduled to play Harlan Indep

Arrest Records

The following individuals were recently lodged in the Bell County Detention Center: • Jakie C. Bailey, 41, of Hulen, served a bench warrant; • Erik Bo Barnett, 24, of Pineville, contempt of court; • Amos Wayne Blakley, 32, of Middlesboro, excessive windshield/window tinting, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, fa

Ray Welch|Daily News
The Bell County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for All Star Trophies and Screen Printing on Friday. The business is located across from Save-A-Lot in Middlesboro. Those pictured include Tiffany Poore, Jonathan Poore, Brian Bussell, Darlene Bussell, Floyd Ann Poore, Troy Poore, Shelia Durham, Brian Redmond, Candice J

All Star Trophies

Ray Welch|Daily News The Bell County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for All Star Trophies and Screen Printing on Friday. The business is located across from Save-A-Lot in Middlesboro. Those pictured include Tiffany Poore, Jonathan Poore, Brian Bussell, Darlene Bussell, Floyd Ann Poore, Troy Poore, Shelia Durham, Brian Redmond, Candice J

The Bell County Recycling Center has acquired a paper shredder using grant money obtained from the state. The shredder was purchased for $24,000.
According to supervisor James Hoskins, people can bring documents to the center and have them shredded for free. He said people can stand and witness the documents be shredded.
“They can even do i

Center acquires paper shredder

The Bell County Recycling Center has acquired a paper shredder using grant money obtained from the state. The shredder was purchased for $24,000. According to supervisor James Hoskins, people can bring documents to the center and have them shredded for free. He said people can stand and witness the documents be shredded. “They can even do i

More than 20 arrested in roundup

Law enforcement officers in Bell and Knox counties were seeking 26 individuals for drug trafficking on Wednesday. The arrests bring the total number of people charged by detectives from Post 10 Harlan with selling drugs, to more than 100 in less than a year. Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs said this number shows the sever

Gambrel enters guilty plea

A Pineville man accused of having sexual contact with minors nearly 42 years ago pleaded guilty in Bell Circuit Court on Tuesday. James E. Gambrel, 70, pleaded guilty to second-degree rape, second-degree sodomy and three counts of first-degree sexual abuse. According to the plea agreement, Commonwealth Attorney Karen Greene Blondell recommended 1





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