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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Drug rehab facility coming back to Grayson
A jubilant group of local officials proudly announced Tuesday morning that a residential substance abuse treatment facility would be built in Grayson after all.
Charges dropped against former Rattlesnake Ridge manager
Charges against Christopher Stamper, the former manager of Rattlesnake Ridge Water District, were dropped Monday in Carter Circuit Court.
Grayson business destroyed by fire
In the early morning hours last Friday, Bledsoe Auto Repair was destroyed by fire.
Sparks responds to animal questions
Carter County’s animal control officer paid a visit to the Journal-Times last week. Sherman Sparks, who has served in the job for nine years, said he was responding to rumors of cruel animal executions, failure to work, and failing health.
10 indicted by Carter grand jury
A Carter County grand jury indicted 10 individuals on April 11.
Cathey sentenced to 8 years
A Grayson man was sentenced to eight years in prison Monday for second degree assault.
School board addresses transportation, construction issues
The Carter County Board of Education Monday discussed transportation policies and ongoing construction issues.
Former POMC now Kentucky Voices for Victims of Crime
The organization formerly known as the Northeast Kentucky Parents of Murdered Children has changed its name to Kentucky Voices for Victims of Crime.
Olive Hill faces hefty bill from AEP
Olive Hill Mayor Kenny Fankell gave the City Council an update on electricity costs from American Electric Power (AEP) at last Tuesday’s meeting.
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