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Community needs to consider zoning changes
Having attended the zoning board meeting referred to in this article it must be pointed out that the Zoning Board did not approve or give seal of approval to this venture, it was determined that it was within existing zoning regulations.
Encouraging Kentucky to go smoke-free
As a nurse, I urge state law makers to enact a smoke-free law, which would greatly benefit the health of our state. Secondhand smoke is a proven cause of death and disease in nonsmokers.
Star Elementary says thanks
Star Elementary would like to extend a big thank you to all the individuals and businesses that supported our efforts to provide each student with a gift certificate to purchase a book at the Scholastic Book Fair.
Safe Harbor provides support for families in trouble
It’s hard to imagine that one out of four women experience intimate partner violence, also known as domestic violence, in our community.
- Disrespect at Council meeting is inappropriate I attended the Olive Hill City Council meeting Sept. 17 held at OHES. I don't live in the city limits, but am concerned about the financial situation that has occurred.
Heritage Trail Ride successful
An enormous “thank-you” to all the folks who helped make our Heritage Trail Ride a great success – we had around 100 riders and are so very happy you came– and to those who supported and contributed to making the Depot into a trailhead/ tourist center under our Flex-E grant project this year.
Star Elementary grateful for tournament support
Star Elementary School, along with its PTO would like to thank each and every volunteer or donation that was made for our Star's Hoops Tournament on Sept. 7.
Golf Scramble well supported
With a record 19 teams, the Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce 2013 Golf Scramble was an exciting and fun event!
Thanks to sponsors of Livestock Show
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Carter County Fair Board for a successful 2013 Livestock Show.
Local organizations help welcome new KCU students
The Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce distributed 200 “Welcome to Grayson” gift bags to new students at Kentucky Christian University. Thank you to the 32 businesses and organizations for the over 50 items placed in the gift bags.
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