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Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: 100 years later and the roads are still bad

They say the only things certain in life are death and taxes. In Carter County, we could add another to that list – complaining about the state of the roads. … Read More

Livestock and Grain Market Report 9/2/20

Click here to view the full report from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

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

School is back in session in Carter County, and while some parents wish it was back to normal with in person classes, there are others who would rather not risk … Read More

Gallery news and updates: Video art tour set for September

By: Dan Clickfor Carter County Times The Grayson Gallery & Art Center, Inc. (GGAC) has been presenting virtual art shows on Facebook since March, 2020 due to the restrictions imposed … Read More

UK Forestry and Natural Resources studies newest invader in Kentucky forests

By Carol Lea Spencefor Carter County Times LEXINGTON — Megan Buland bent over a spicebush in Floracliff Nature Sanctuary, looking for the elusive spicebush swallowtail caterpillar in its tiniest larval … Read More

Pet of the Week 9/2/20

Duncan is a one-year-old male lab mix. He’s a big happy boy that loves to play with other dogs. Duncan has a $25 adoption fee to an approved home. Stop … Read More

Late to the Game(s) – Raji: An Ancient Epic

Exploring the myths and legends of India Some games are hard to put down. You know you have work to do. You know you have limited time to finish it. … Read More

Extension Notes: Three ways to improve your calf prices

If there is one thing that we have learned in 2020, it is that many things are out of our control. This includes the cattle markets, which have been volatile … Read More

Pet of the Week 8/26/20

Daisy is an eight-month-old basset hound mix. She is a very playful girl. Daisy has a $25 adoption fee to an approved home. Stop by the Carter County Animal Shelter … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: The strength of Appalachian women

We watched the excellent documentary “Hillbilly” the other night. The brainchild of Kentucky born filmmaker Ashley York, it’s one of the few films to address Appalachia from the point-of-view of … Read More

Shooterific fun: Battle Planet – Judgement Day a fun challenging rogue-lite shooter

Sometimes you want a deep story in a video game. Sometimes you want a challenging puzzle. And sometimes, well, sometimes you just want to shoot things and watch them blow … Read More

Pet of the Week – 8/19/20

Duncan is a one-and-a-half-year-old male lab mix. He’s very friendly and loves to go for walks. Duncan has a $25 adoption fee to an approved home. Stop by the Carter … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Sacrificing for the good of others

As Americans we truly love our freedoms – including the freedom to complain, especially about perceived restrictions on those freedoms. Today, as the nation battles COVID-19, some of those complaints … Read More

Late to the Game(s): Weekly free games

For the next 24 hours you can get A Total War Saga: Troy for free from the Epic Games Store. The PC version of the game doesn’t have an ESRB … Read More

Carter County Poetry Society 2020 contest

Carter County Poetry Society president Lorie Zientara has released the group’s 2020 poetry contest categories. Each category has a $2 entry fee, with the exception of the Grand Prix, which … Read More

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