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Screenwriter visits Grayson Gallery
Joslyn Burton isn’t completely sure what she wants to do when she’s older. But the 16-year-old East Carter High School sophomore thinks a writing career is possible.
Three non-profits ready for Kentucky Gives Day
As of Tuesday, only three Carter County-based non-profit organizations had registered to participate in the second annual Kentucky Gives Day on Wednesday, April 9.
Former deputy arrested
KSP alleges Morrison neglected to serve an arrest warrant in exchange for sexual favors.
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- Mayor authorizes fund transfer without Council OK
Health department staff accuses Wallace of threats
A tense confrontation between health department employees and Judge-Executive Charles Wallace marked last Wednesday’s meetings of the Little Sandy District Health Department Board of Directors and Carter County Board of Health.
Sign vs. truck
High winds caused the Taco Bell sign pole in Grayson to snap on Friday.
Fiscal Court, Grayson mayor discuss future of recreational property
Discussions regarding the use and potential sale of county property consumed much of Tuesday’s Carter Fiscal Court meeting.
School board searching for FFA solution
The Carter County Board of Education met Monday night to discuss ongoing construction projects, including a project by the West Carter High School chapter of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) to build an equipment storage building.
One injured in collision
Two cars ended up in a deep ditch after a collision Friday afternoon at the junction of KY 1947 and KY 1959 in Grayson.
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