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Olive Hill Council amends budget, discusses alcohol rules
Olive Hill City Council met in special session Tuesday to add $102,807 to its general fund budget from last year’s utility system profits.
3 local charities involved in Kentucky Gives Day
Today is when Kentucky Gives Day brings charities and Kentuckians together for a powerful day of action.
Special judge to consider four cases Thursday
Four high profile criminal cases will be before a special judge Thursday in Carter Circuit Court.
Grayson Rotary celebrates 75 years
The Grayson Rotary Club met Monday afternoon at Melini’s and celebrated 75 years.
22 Carter businesses nominated
The 17th annual Northeast Kentucky Small Business Award winners will be announced May 15.
Hearing postponed in electric lawsuit
A hearing concerning a lawsuit against the City of Olive Hill scheduled for Monday was postponed.
Gospel Tabernacle reopening
A near-century old church is reopening its doors this week after a bitter winter forced the congregation out.
Olive Hill City Council starts alcohol sales process
Tuesday night’s special meeting of Olive Hill City Council was highlighted by the city’s first steps toward regulating alcohol sales.
Mining heritage on display at trade show
Collectors and historians alike descended on Carter Caves State Resort Park for the Eastern Mining Collectors Association's third annual spring meet.
Recreation areas reopen at Greenup Dam
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has opened the public recreation area at the Greenup Locks and Dam.
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