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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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- Prichard Academics win Regional meet
Grand jury returns indictments
A Carter County grand jury handed down five indictments on March 21.
Sparks’ shock probation denied
A former Olive Hill mayor incarcerated for selling marijuana near an elementary school has been denied shock probation.
Huntington man dies in Carter crash
Kentucky State Police said Brian Nolen, 38, of Huntington was killed in a fiery crash last Thursday in Carter County.
Cathey pleads guilty to lesser charge
Just one day before a scheduled retrial, a Grayson man accused of manslaughter changed his plea to guilty. Clifford Cathey, 35, appeared in Carter Circuit Court on Monday and pleaded guilty to the amended charge of second degree assault, a Class C Felony.
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