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Fighting for life: Ralph’s Foodfair raises over $18,000 for American Cancer Society

 It takes a lot of fudge and raffle tickets to raise over $18 thousand, but that’s exactly how Ralph’s FoodFair raised the $18,530.66 they presented to the American Cancer Society … Read More

Writing it in: Brammell runs as write-in candidate in third educational district

“I don’t think our people are being represented very well,” explained Trish Brammell when asked what motivated her to run for Carter County Board of Education as a write-in candidate.  … Read More

Keeping COVID numbers down: School board discusses East Carter High School quarantine

 Contact tracing is working. That’s the takeaway from the recent news that some students at East Carter High School might have been exposed to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. Superintendent of … Read More

Ready to play: Sports park will host games next spring

 Fencing, gates, and grass are three of the top issues that Grayson Sports Park manager Grant Harper is working to address, but he promised Grayson Mayor George Steele the park … Read More

Slowing down: Fiscal court has first reading of speed limit ordinance

 If you’re used to driving 55 miles per hour on county roads, you might want to start slowing down. Fiscal court had their first reading of a new ordinance on … Read More

Grayson’s Genesis Recovery Center among facilities eligible for grant funding

Funds help support safe, stable housing for those recovering  FRANKFORT – On Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced $2.8 million for 14 Recovery Kentucky centers across the commonwealth to help ensure … Read More

Being best: Carter City Elementary recognized as Blue Ribbon school

 Carter City Elementary has been recognized as a Blue Ribbon School – one of only five in the entire state of Kentucky to earn the distinction this year.  Carter City … Read More

Paying their due: Tourism board sees potential for resolving hotel tax issue

The Grayson Tourism Board has had ongoing issues with collecting on taxes they are owed by local hotels. These taxes, which are charged on every hotel room rented in the … Read More

Combating COVID: EMS implements decontamination programs

 Carter County EMS are performing decontamination steps between each run; doing wipe-downs with disinfectants to combat the possible spread of COVID-19 between patients, just in case they’ve transported someone who … Read More

One-Day Closure of KY 773 Monday at New Bridge Project in Carter County

Closed at Bucksaw Junction, 7-7 FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (Oct. 9, 2020) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will temporarily close KY 773 near Grayson on Monday, Oct. 12, for road work at the Little … Read More

Smoothing things out: Fiscal court approves use of state road and bridge funds

Fiscal court approves use of state road and bridge funds.

Pleasant Valley Cemetery Flag Pole Raising

 Army National Guard members from the 201 Olive Hill National Guard hoisted the first flag over the Pleasant Valley Cemetery on Saturday. Garrett Nickoson, Donald Palowich, Joshua Gulley, Chase Hall, … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Moving on up

Olive Hill has always been a proud little town, it seems. We know the people of Olive Hill are proud of their town today. You can see this in the … Read More

Preserving the past: Malone discusses doughboy statue

 Vol  Carter County Judge Executive Mike Malone had a special project on the agenda of fiscal court’s special session last Wednesday; repairs to the courthouse doughboy. Malone asked the court … Read More

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