Feb. 24, 2013 —
Olive Hill alcohol vote set Tuesday
Olive Hill voters will decide whether or not legalized alcohol sales will be part of the city’s future when they go to the polls next Tuesday. For a ride to the polls, call 315-2003.
Liquor sales on hold: Grayson could be forced to wait years for package stores
Residents of Olive Hill will vote March 11 on whether to allow alcohol sales, nine months after Grayson voters approved the sale.
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Wet-dry voters get new polling place
Voters in the City of Olive Hill will go to a new polling place for the upcoming local option election on Tuesday, March 11.
School make up days tentatively set
The Carter County Board of Education has scheduled make up days for days missed due to inclement weather.
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Discovery pending in Holbrook trial
Legal counsel for an Olive Hill man accused of manslaughter plans to file additional discovery and motions before the Aug. 12 trial date.
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Leslie J. Kiser named Carter PVA
Leslie J. Kiser of Grayson was appointed Friday by Gov. Steve Beshear to replace her father, Charlie Kiser, Jr., as property valuation administrator for Carter County.
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