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HHS classmates still close after 50 years
Graduates of the Hitchins High School Class of 1963 often reflect on the closeness they shared at the school. After 50 years, the bonds of friendship between them have grown even stronger.
Local teen wins Yes I Can! award
An East Carter High School freshman was one of seven winners named in the 2013 Yes I Can! competition last week. Morgan Jones, 14, won the award that honors Exceptional Children and Youth who shine in a particular area. It is given by the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children.
- Grayson Council hopes to help seniors, businesses Changes to how businesses pay taxes within the city of Grayson, as well as the fate of the Senior Citizens' Center, are on the agenda for future planning after last week's special City Council meeting.
- First National buys land for Morehead branch It’s official. The First National Bank of Grayson is going to make Morehead its eighth business location.
- Community Thanksgiving The Gregoryville Christian Church will host the 14th annual Community Thanksgiving on Thursday at East Carter Middle School.
- Olive Hill woman seeks work, finds purpose At one point or another, we have all dreaded going to work in the morning but that’s not the case for local resident Jessie Fuller. She looks forward to work every day.
- Carter contractors indicted in alleged roofing scam The Ohio Attorney General’s Office on Wednesday announced the indictment of the owners of a Carter County-based storm-damage repair contactor accused of stealing thousands in a “storm-chasing roofing scam” in Lawrence County.
- CCDFC targets medical marijuana The Carter County Drug Free Coalition (CCDFC) met last Wednesday for a minitraining on medicinal marijuana and how it is commonly abused.
- Olive Hill Council nixes new meeting date Olive Hill City Council met last Tuesday night, with moving its normal meeting time and the repeal of prior ordinances as key items on the agenda.
- Youth program gears up for giving Students participating in the Carter County Youth Leadership Program had an eye-opening experience last week.
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