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Livestock and grain market report: 9/11/21

ACTC professor releases first novel

ASHLAND, Ky. – Ashland Community and Technical College would like to congratulate Coy Hall, Associate Professor of History, on the release of his first novel, Grimoire of the Four Imposters. … Read More

Pet of the Week: 9/15/21

Eddie is a one-year-old male Malinois mix. He’s a friendly, happy boy who would love to come home with you. Eddie’s $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being neutered. … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: School Days

School last year wasn’t what we were used to. While the district is trying to get back to something normal, this year has already had its fair share of days … Read More

 Sweet Life has your cravings covered:  Grayson shop offers ice cream, coffee, and baked goods

 It’s a random Friday afternoon, and Sweet Life is packed with excited kids, waiting for their ice cream.  “This is what it’s all about,” owner Steve Sharp says over the … Read More

 Carter County well represented at NEKY Small Business Awards

 The Northeast Kentucky Small Business Awards recognize businesses and entrepreneurs from across the five county (Carter, Greenup, Boyd, Lawrence, Elliott) area. But businesses from Carter County represented an outsized number … Read More

Extension Notes: Cover crops are good for vegetable gardens too

Traditional farmers routinely plant a cover crop at the end of a growing season. This is not something usually done by vegetable growers but is highly recommended. A cover crop … Read More

 Bringing music back to the Ridge:  Rattlesnake Ridge plans for first bluegrass show since pandemic 

 Last year the COVID-19 pandemic completely shut down shows at the Rattlesnake Ridge Community Center. The community center, which serves as a gathering place for various community and private events, … Read More

 Gearing up for Relay: Relay for Life is back in a different form

 Last year was Relay for Life’s 25th anniversary, but this year is the organization’s 25th run. Like a lot of other things, last year’s event for the American Cancer Society … Read More

East Carter grad receives Deborah’s Porch Scholarship

ASHLAND. – Makenzie Burnett, a graduate of East Carter High School, is the 2021 recipient of the Deborah’s Porch Scholarship. She is the daughter of Scott and Lisa Burnett and … Read More

Extension Notes: Mulch mushrooms and other fascinating organisms

Mulches provide numerous benefits in our landscapes, including conserving soil moisture and suppressing weeds, as well as providing a pleasing background to highlight landscape plantings. However, mulch can also provide … Read More

Pet of the Week 9/8/21

Eddie is a one-year-old male Malinois mix. He’s a friendly, happy boy who would love to come home with you. Eddie’s $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being neutered. … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Making our own music

One of the things that has always struck me about the folks of Carter County is how willing they are to create their own entertainment and celebrate their own artists.  … Read More

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