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32 years of public service: a profile of Charlie Kiser Jr.
The man who held elective office in Carter County for the most consecutive years has hung up his hat.
Health department audit to be released
Members of the Little Sandy Health Department’s Board of Directors will discuss the organization’s annual financial audit during the next public meeting.
- Ice storm cuts power in Carter
- Winter storm brings flooding, power outages
Wallace uses ads to explain issues
Carter County Judge-Executive Charles Wallace says he placed two advertisements in today’s issue of the Journal-Times to explain recent public issues.
Filling a need: The Heart, Hands and Feet project
The Heart, Hands, and Feet project's call line kicked off on Monday. The group is the brainchild of the Carter County Community Summit and the subsequent Chat N Chews held each week to discuss ideas for the betterment of the community.
99-year-old home lost to fire
First responders from Hitchins, Webbville and Grayson volunteer fire departments battled a house fire on Tuesday.
Leadership evolving in Carter County
The first Carter County Leadership Academy began last Friday. A group of 16 community leaders met at the Extension Service meeting room to hone their leadership skills.
Living a legacy: Leslie J. Kiser appointed Carter PVA
She's been by her father's side since his second term in office as Carter County's property valuation administrator (PVA).
Navajo flute player wows gallery crowd
Attendees at the Grayson Gallery and Art Center last Friday night were treated to a music display by Fred Keams and John Forgy that they aren't likely to forget anytime soon.
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