Charges dropped in meth case
The Commonwealth Attorney's office will not pursue charges against three individuals from Grayson who were indicted on methamphetamine charges.
Former mayor free on parole
The former Olive Hill mayor serving time for selling drugs has been released. Danny Sparks was paroled Monday afternoon and subsequently released from the Carter County Detention Center.
State auditor ends Olive Hill investigation
State Auditor Adam Edelen has concluded a preliminary financial investigation into the City of Olive Hill.
Candidates prepare for November
With the primary election behind them, 37 local candidates are beginning the long campaign trial to the Nov. 4 general election.
- Wallace, Malone to face off this fall
- Carter men sentenced in trafficking case
44th Memory Days schedule set
The 44th annual Grayson Memory Days 2014 has set its schedule of events for the May 22-24 celebration. Again this year there will be three nights of free music on the bandstand in downtown Grayson.
Fiscal Court contracts with Rowan animal shelter
Carter County's stray animals will now be taken to Rowan County's shelter.
Healthy turnout for Trail Town trial run
Trail enthusiasts from throughout the region made the trek to Carter County on Saturday to participate in Olive Hill Trail Town's trial run.
Trail Town trial run set for Saturday
Olive Hill will participate in a trial run this Saturday in the city’s push to become a certified Kentucky Trail Town.
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