Nov. 6, 2013 — A nine-year old Prichard Elementary School student was taken to Cabell-Huntington Hospital Monday after being hit by a car after getting off a school bus at her home on Robert and Mary Avenue. She crossed the street to purchase a soda. Witnesses said cars traveling south stopped to allow her to cross, but the child ran into the street before a northbound car could stop. Grayson police said the car was not traveling very fast but the child was transported by Carter EMS to the hospital. According to hospital officials, she is in good condition.
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16 indicted by Carter grand jury
Indictments of 16 persons have been handed down by a Carter County grand jury. Although 11 of those were processed June 27, the documents were released Monday to the Journal-Times.
Wreck leaves trail of gravel
Members of Carter County Emergency Management, Norton Branch Fire Department, Kentucky State Police
and Carter County EMS responded to an overturned truck Monday afternoon.
Package liquor sales begin in Grayson
It took more than a year, an investment of about $750,000, and a lot of paperwork but packaged liquor went on sale last Thursday in Grayson.
Star Elementary renovation underway
Ongoing renovation of Star Elementary School was one of the main topics of conversation at Monday night’s meeting of the Carter County Board of Education.
Standout Youth Rally
The third annual Standout Youth Rally will take place this weekend at the Olive Hill Shrine Park. The Christian praise and worship experience is free and includes admission, food, camping and entertainment.
Stage lighting welcome at renovated OHHS
Performers at the Olive Hill Arts and Education Center, previously known as Olive Hill High School, eventually will be highly visible to their audiences in the future, thanks to help from the Carter County Community Fund (CCCF).
Olive Hill fire chief to step down
Olive Hill Fire Chief Wes Gilliam has informed the Journal-Times that he will resign from his position effective July 31.
Beer on sale in Olive Hill
Malt beverage sales began in Olive Hill last Wednesday.
- Packaged liquor sales begin this week
Rodeo rides again at Carter County Fair
After three years with no rodeo, the bucking broncos will return to the Carter County Fair this Thursday and Friday.
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