Feb. 20, 2013 — Larry Nolen of Olive Hill was the first local property owner to sign a land use agreement to allow part of his land to be used in a trail being developed between KY 2 and Blueberry Ridge by the Olive Hill Trail Town Task Force. Other landowners also have signed agreements, which will be announced.
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City street ordinance struck down
Two years after it was enacted, a Carter County judge has ruled a city ordinance designating a street as invalid.
Holbrook trial on shaky ground
An Elliott County murder trial is scheduled to begin on Aug. 12...at least for now.
First Leadership Academy concludes
Graduates of the first Carter County Leadership Academy celebrated the completed course on Friday.
Still no director for health department
The Little Sandy District Health Department continues its search for a new director as its Board of Directors has yet to decide on someone to fill the position.
Winery to host Arts in the Vines
As part of the Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce's 12 Weeks of Summer program, the Rocksprings Winery will host Arts in the Vines on Saturday, Aug. 2.
York renews economic development push
Rep. Jill York served as guest speaker for a recent Olive Hill Chamber of Commerce luncheon, where she stressed the importance new economic development initiatives coming from Frankfort.
Two weeks to non-partisan filing deadline
Candidates running for non-partisan offices of school board, city council, and mayoral races in Carter County have less than two weeks to file.
Leadership in action: Carter County Young Professionals
Lora Bryant's leadership goal was to create a group to encourage professional development and provide networking opportunities.
Olive Hill to become Kentucky Trail Town
After nearly two years of community effort, Olive Hill is going to become a certified Kentucky Trail Town.
Fiscal Court approves road measures
Carter Fiscal Court met briefly in special session Tuesday morning to approve measures pertaining to road maintenance and repair.
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