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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.
Thanks for support at cancer benefit
Words won't come when I try to acknowledge my appreciation for all the love, support, prayers and generosity given to me and my family during my cancer benefit July 20th at Fallsburg Community Center.
Payroll tax adjustment needed
I agree with the Journal-Times concerning the payroll tax.
Big Sandy Power Plant needs defender
As an introduction, I believe in God and I also believe that one person can make a difference in this world. I have seen it happen.
Thanks for community support of "Stuff the Bus"
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bryan Greenhill, Papa John’s Pizza, GO Radio, and Dollar Tree, for sponsoring “Stuff the Bus.”
Lindsey Cemetery requests assistance
As we have asked in the past, the Lindsey Cemetery Fund is in desperate need of donations to keep the cemetery mowed and free of clutter.
Adult Education appreciates donations
The West Carter County Adult Education would like to thank business owners and organizations for your generous donations in support of our programs.
Summer Reading Program well supported
The Carter County Public Library would like to take a moment to thank those who assisted in making our 2013 Summer Reading Program such a success.
Memories of brother, "Bud" Stapleton
To those who knew and loved my brother, Carl "Bud" Stapleton of Grayson, his funeral was held July 6, 2013. His obituary ommitted that he was a Christian and a member and trustee of Gilbert Chapel Church on Everman Creek in Grayson.
Job well done by Meals on Wheels
I want to express my thanks and gratitude to Meals on Wheels.
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