We old soldiers should be proud of our service

I put a new sticker on the rear windshield of my almost new car. It shows the U.S. Army logo over these words:  “Soldier For Life”.  To me, it says … Read More

Living in the future

When I was a kid I had this series of books about what life would be like in “the future.” While not all of it has come to pass, so … 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

Going back to school: School board moves forward with plans for August 6 start date

While many other school districts around the state are looking at taking advantage of changes to the KRS that may allow a later start date, Carter County plans to go … Read More

Masks, Sashes and Tiaras: Miss Grayson’s Outstanding Teen champions face coverings for charity

The COVID-19 novel coronavirus may have changed the way that many organizations and events are occurring, but the pandemic has also given Miss Grayson’s Outstanding Teen Jasmine Webb a novel … Read More

Waiting for the count: Absentee ballots put election results on hold

Carter County Clerk Mike Johnston’s office counted the ballots returned last Tuesday from the four polling places open in the county, along with absentee ballots they had already received, but … 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

Vacating roads: Fiscal court removes portion of Campbell and Bailey Cemetery Road

Bailey Cemetery Road Number One and a portion of Campbell Road were removed from the county road system in a special session on Monday, following a public hearing on plans … Read More

Striking a blow for grandparents and other old folks everywhere

Like many of you, I’ve been hearing about clever telephone scams victimizing senior citizens by taking thousands of dollars from them through a variety of fictitious scenarios. Admittedly, I have … Read More

As We See It: Primary voter turnout something to crow about

If you listened only to national news outlets, or outspoken celebrities on Twitter, you might have thought Kentucky was doing everything possible to restrict voter access to the polls this … Read More

Indictments – 6/12/2020

The following indictments were returned by the Grand Jury of the Carter Circuit Court on June 12, 2020. An indictment is not a determination of guilt or innocence. It is … 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

Keep it in your yard: Grayson amends yard sale ordinance

By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times Grayson City Council met in special session last week to discuss employee retirements, budgets, and ordinances amendments. It was the amendments to the city’s … Read More

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