- Letters to the Editor
Thanks to officer and sheriff for diligence
Recently I was the victim of a storage building break-in. I was furious when I realized that everything I had purchased during the past couple of years in preparation of getting my own home was gone.
Counties could improve animal control
After reviewing the requested documentation we received from Judge-Executive Charles Wallace's office (with help from Carter County Attorney Patrick Flannery's office) pertaining to Carter County's animal control and
sheltering program, it is our finding that although a consistent effort was made to send collected stray and owner relinquished dogs and cats to the Greenup County animal shelter to be 'destroyed' - the overall reality is that the animal control program is woefully inadequate.
Trail Town trial run successful
A huge congratulations to everyone for making a perfect Trial Run Day happen! And many thanks to all who worked so hard and contributed so much, before and on the day. What an incredible team we have!
Thanks for keeping Smokey Valley open
I want to recognize and thank Carter County Judge Executive Charles Wallace for all his help and assistance in keeping Smokey Valley Restaurant open.
Memory Days sidewalk sales
For over 40 years many church, scout and service groups have held hot dog and bake sales and other fund raisers on the sidewalks of Grayson on Memory Days Parade Day.
Ride for PRIDE well supported
Local support led to the success of the Ride for PRIDE Benefit, which was the first-ever fundraising event held by Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc.
Support Olive Hill as Trail Town on Saturday
Olive Hill is preparing for its Trail Town "trial run" this coming Saturday. It is an important part of the process leading up to certification as an official KY Trail Town.
Grayson Lake spring cleanup successful
The Grayson Lake Spring Cleanup took place on Saturday, April 5. Together with the Army Corps of Engineers, The Friends of Grayson Lake, ACTC, and other volunteers, a crowd of 130 show up to do their part in keeping Grayson Lake clean.
Thanks from Oldtown Fire Dept.
The Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone that baked pies, cakes, and candy and donated items for the pie social.
Thanks for supporting Gateway Community Action Agency
On April 9, Gateway participated in the second annual KY Gives Day, where nonprofits from across the state reached out to their communities requesting donations to support their mission.
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