Christian Couture: Trinity Sisters’ Design brings faith based creations to Olive Hill

Christy Nolen Stamper has had passion for design for a long time. “I have always had an interest (in design),” Stamper explained. “I’ve always been really, really crafty. All through … Read More

Making it local: Walking on Sunshine highlights Kentucky artisans in new location

Walking on Sunshine Wellnes Spa & Shoppe wants you to know they haven’t closed. They’ve simply moved to a new location – one that allows them to more fully meet … Read More

Pet of the Week 7/22/20

Trixie is a one-year-old pit mix. She’s a very sweet friendly girl. Trixie gets along with other dogs and walks well on a leash. Her $75 adoption fee includes rabies … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Shooting on the homefront

Photography’s popularity reflected in local ads By the time WWI rolled around, photography as a hobby was firmly entrenched in American society. The Kodak Brownie, which shot a 2 1/4″ … Read More

Pet of the Week 7/15/20

Blue is a one-and-a-half-year-old female heeler mix. She’s a happy playful girl that needs a home to call her own. Blue’s $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being spayed. … Read More

Pond turnover could be why the fish in your pond are dying

By: Rebecca KonopkaCarter County Extension Agent Each summer through the early fall, we get questions from landowners searching for reasons why fish are dying in their ponds. Pond turnover is … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Same as it ever was

Old newspapers show impact of past health crises  We’ve recently been entrusted with a scrapbook of local newspaper articles dating back over 100 years, and it’s interesting to see how … Read More

Late to the Game(s): Killing Floor 2, Lifeless Planet, the Escapists 2, and TrackMania available free now on Epic Games store

If you’re interested in free games, and you haven’t been checking them out, you’re going to want to start looking at the Epic Games store every Thursday. Last week Epic … Read More

Grayson Gallery & the blues on July 17

The Grayson Gallery & Art Center, Inc. (GGAC) will host the Huntington Blues Society, Inc., a 501c3 “for social-profit” corporation, for their annual Membership and Fundraising Drive on July 17 … Read More

Gifts, clothing, furniture, and more

 Jean Marie’s Boutique offers class (and sass) on a budget  Jean Marie’s Boutique is a dream come true for Bonnie Barker and her mother, Debbie Jenkins. The duo have wanted … Read More

Pet of the Week 7/8/20

Sky is a one-and-a-half-year-old female American bully mix. She’s a very playful girl that loves everyone she meets. Stop by and meet her or call 475-9771 for more information. Her … Read More

4th of July display

The front windows of Frank Hager Insurance, on Robert and Mary Street in Grayson, feature patriotic displays of historic materials and veterans’ mementos in celebration of the July 4th holiday. … Read More

Summertime, and the flavor is pleasing

Goose Bridle’s new limited edition roast is not to be missed Colombian coffee is one of America’s favorite varietals. The medium acidity and nutty undertones of the South American sourced … Read More

Pet of the Week – 7/1/20

Hercules is our Pet of the Week again this week and really needs to find his furever family. He is a one-year-old male shepherd mix. He’s a very friendly boy … Read More

Kids’ Corner – 7/1/20

Chase Winkleman is 10- years-old and just finished 4th grade at Sandy Hook Elementary. His favorite things include the color red, playing with his Lego, swimming in the pool and … Read More

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