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Olive Hill alcohol vote set Tuesday
Olive Hill voters will decide whether or not legalized alcohol sales will be part of the city’s future when they go to the polls next Tuesday. For a ride to the polls, call 315-2003.
Carter County Community Fund awards first grants
The wish list wasn’t expensive or fancy but it reflected the real world of non-profit organizations which are so important to Carter County.
Trail Town events in the works
The Olive Hill Trail Town Task Force has several events in the planning stages. A public meeting will be held Thursday, March 13, at the Carter Caves at 6 p.m. to focus on the Field Day event scheduled May 10 at West Carter High School.
Leadership Academy plans community projects
The first Carter County Leadership Academy met for the second time Friday to plan community projects. Several experienced community leaders spoke to the group about their own projects.
Gallery event draws massive crowd
Friday’s “Peace and Love” show at the Grayson Gallery and Art Center continued the venue’s string of successful events by drawing an enormous crowd.
Liquor sales on hold: Grayson could be forced to wait years for package stores
Residents of Olive Hill will vote March 11 on whether to allow alcohol sales, nine months after Grayson voters approved the sale.
Zoning restricts county property sale
The proposed sale of much-disputed property owned by Carter County Fiscal Court may be hindered by past actions and zoning regulations.
Steele to seek third term as mayor
Grayson Mayor George Steele will run for a third term in office. Although he says he intended to retire at the end of his second term, now he has a few more things to finish.
Olive Hill Council, mayor spar over utility profits
Budget talks dominated the discussion at Tuesday night’s meeting of Olive Hill City Council. Members of Council sparred with one another about how the utility agency’s profits from the past fiscal year should be spent.
Leak found in Olive Hill’s main gas line
A recently detected leak in Olive Hill’s main gas line has utility workers and the City Council scrambling for a quick solution.
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