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

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

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

Stepping outside the comfort zone

There are lots of things I’m not very good at. Usually that’s ok. I either muddle on through, and call it good enough, or I get someone who is good … Read More

Work Nearly Complete on AA Highway-Grayson Spur Safety Project in Lewis County

New ‘exit’ lane, flashing beacons coming soon Work’s nearly complete on a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet safety project to add a right-turn “exit” lane and update flashing beacons on the AA … Read More

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Slide Work to Close KY 2 in Greenup County Through July 3

Closed nearly a mile west of US 23 at Greenup The Kentucky Department of Highways will temporarily close part of of KY 2 in Greenup County for slide repairs. Beginning Thursday, … Read More

Go, Go Gadget Dad

By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times I’ve got a confession to make, I’m an obsessive gadget guy. It’s the kind of thing that drives my partner batty in some ways. … Read More

To wear or not to wear, that is the question

Beginning July 1, Governor Andy Beshear and the state of Kentucky are allowing gatherings of fewer than 50 people. Local city and county government entities are already planning on getting … Read More

Board plans for new school year

By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times Carter County parents who are anxious to know what the new school year will bring for their children can expect to start receiving phone … Read More

Pet of the Week – 6/24/20

Hercules is a one-year-old male shepherd mix. He’s a very friendly boy and great with other dogs. Hercules is fully sponsored and has a FREE adoption to an approved home. … Read More

Cutting the sewage bills

Council approves new spigot meter policy By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times If you are tied into the city of Olive Hills municipal water and sewage system, you pay bills … Read More

Exercising her rights

Vera Anna, of Soldier, stands on the corner of Carol Malone Boulevard and Main Street in downtown Grayson last Wednesday wearing a sandwich board urging primary voters to “Vote No” … Read More

Growing Olive Hill

City council approve corridor annexation along Rt. 2 By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times The city limits of Olive Hill took steps to grow a little bit bigger last Tuesday, … Read More

Improving care and saving cash

New jail medical contract already paying dividends Carter County Jailer RW Boggs has worked tirelessly to not only save money for the county, but to make the Carter County Detention … Read More

After 40+ years of home grilling, the cruel truth comes out

By: Keith KappesColumnistCarter County Times Are fathers supposed to get their feelings hurt on Father’s Day? Well, it happened to me again this year. I waited patiently for any of … Read More

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