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The bullying issue: Parents, school disagree on response
East Carter Middle School, like most schools across the country, is trying to balance discipline and privacy issues.
New state report measures Carter County income, employment, education
A recently released profile by the Kentucky Center of Education and Workforce Statistics reveals new data concerning income, employment and education in Carter County.
No issues found in Olive Hill audit
The annual audit of the City of Olive Hill’s finances was presented to City Council during its monthly meeting last Tuesday night.
- Olive Hill Council spars over utility profits
A Carter County grand jury handed down 17 indictments on Feb. 7, including theft and drug-related allegations and charges of crimes against children.
Wet-dry voters get new polling place
Voters in the City of Olive Hill will go to a new polling place for the upcoming local option election on Tuesday, March 11.
No foul play suspected in inmate death
Kentucky State Police and the Carter County Coroner say says no foul play is suspected in the death of a jail inmate last week. Tracy Griffith, 46, of Grayson, was booked into the Carter County Detention Center on Jan. 12 for parole violation.
School make up days tentatively set
The Carter County Board of Education has scheduled make up days for days missed due to inclement weather.
Community Fund to award grants
The Carter County Community Fund, a part of the Foundation for the Tri-State Community, Inc., raised more than $10,000 from August through December of 2013.
Health department income dropped drastically
The recently-published audit of the Little Sandy District Health Department says the the organization’s financial practices are in order.
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