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Summer fun: Grayson Lake plans seasonal events

 Grayson Lake State Park has some summer events coming up they want visitors to the lake to be aware of – one that’s tailor made for night owls and another … Read More

Superintendent steps down: Dotson will continue to serve through September 1

 Last month Dr. Ronnie Dotson said it wasn’t the right time to leave the district when he withdrew his planned resignation and agreed to stay on for another year. Among … Read More

Can you grow flowers here?: Council hears zoning violation concerns

 A property owner in Olive Hill is violating the city’s zoning restrictions, attorney Brandon Hamilton told city council last week, and it’s making it impossible for his clients to enjoy … Read More

Weekly arrests report: 7/28/21

 The following individuals were arrested and booked into the Carter County Detention Center over the past week. This list includes local arrests only. It does not include federal inmates being … Read More

Temporary US 60 Closure for Carol Malone Widening Project in Grayson

All US 60 traffic east of downtown detoured Monday, Tuesday FLEMINGSBURG – Storm drain construction will require a temporary two-day closure of US 60 east (Main Street) in downtown Grayson next … Read More

County requests info from ice storm volunteers

Volunteer hours could reduce required FEMA match By: Mike Malonefor Carter County Times The storms that hit our area so hard in February and March of this year were some … Read More

Late to the Game(s): An end of “git gud” culture

There is a certain toxic element to gaming culture. These gamers, who usually consider themselves “hardcore,” not only think the way they play the game – often on levels of … Read More

Extension Notes: Protect yourself from ticks

Kentucky is an ideal environment for ticks as we have forests, humidity and a large deer population. It is important to take precautions to prevent tick bites, especially if you … Read More

Indictments: 7/28/21

The following indictments were returned by the Grand Jury of the Carter Circuit Court on June 18, 2021. An indictment is not a determination of guilt or innocence. It is … Read More

AS WE SEE IT: Where your rights end and theirs begin

Two weeks ago a group of concerned citizens gathered at the Grayson City Council meeting to express their concerns about the Grayson Gallery hosting an event that celebrated LGBTQ+ artists … Read More

New mattress store opens in Grayson

The Grayson Chamber of Commerce and Box Drop Mattress held a ribbon cutting for their new Grayson location, on South Hord Street, last week. (submitted photo)

‘Give me liberty or death’ fits today’s Covid-19 vaccination crisis

Patrick Henry likely never dreamed that his dramatic challenge to Virginia colonists in 1775 to revolt against Great Britain — “give me liberty or give me death” — could happen … Read More

Pet of the week: 7/28/21

Loki is a two-year-old male shepherd mix. He’s a quiet, calm, loving boy and would be a great addition to any family. Loki has a $25 adoption fee to an … Read More

Redefining quality of life

There is a proverb that’s cropped up in my life with increasing frequency recently – or I’ve just noticed it more because it’s more meaningful to me now – that … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Something about the Ohio River

There must be something about the Ohio River that leads to odd behavior – at least as far as folks from Carter County are concerned. There are no shortage of … Read More

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