Keeping kids COVID safe: Carter Childcare and Early Learning Center takes steps to sanitize and separate

Small children might be among the hardest groups to keep safe from COVID-19, especially when you get them together in groups. They touch their faces. They put things in their … Read More

Board moves school start date back: Teachers will start August 11, students August 26

The Carter County School Board met in special session on Friday with one item on the agenda, the start date for classes in Carter County. The board voted unanimously to … Read More

Board gives teachers extra prep time: Students will return to school on August 10

The Carter County School Board has made some adjustments to their original planned start date, but it isn’t the push back to late August that some parents and faculty feel the … Read More

County reports first COVID-19 death

 Health Department reports highest one day jump on Sunday  The Carter County Health Department reported on Monday that the county has experienced their first COVID-19 related death.  “It comes with … Read More

Deputies test positive for COVID-19: Boggs says jail following procedures to keep inmates safe

 Carter County Health Department director Jeff Barker updated the county’s COVID-19 numbers last Thursday to include two new cases, bringing the county’s total number of infected at that time to … 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

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

Two birds with one stone

Face mask program keeps people safe and feeds the hungry By: Jeremy D. WellsCarter County Times When the COVID-19 crisis caused schools to close early last year, Mary Jane Suttles, … Read More

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