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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.
Deckard named lead counsel in lawsuit
Circuit Judge Rebecca Phillips has ruled that Lexington lawyer Jim Deckard will serve as lead counsel for class action lawsuits alleging utility fraud against the City of Olive Hill.
School board sets graduation dates, last school day
The Carter County Board of Education met in special session Monday to revise the academic calendar for the school year and set graduation dates.
Leaders look at personality importance
The Carter County Leadership Academy met Friday for a session on leadership assets that come from certain personality traits.
Wreck leads to meth arrest
An Olive Hill man is facing multiple charges after a car accident led to his arrest.
Hearing set for NRJA appeal
Both sides of the Northeast Regional Jail Authority will meet in Lexington April 11 to consider a settlement in the two-year dispute.
Fankell speaks out on City Council absentees, accusations
Olive Hill Mayor Kenny Fankell says he is fed up with petty bickering and accusations against him by certain City Council members.
- Carter fiscal court turns contentious
Former deputy arrested
A former Carter County sheriff's deputy was arrested Friday and charged with first degree sodomy, second degree trafficking in a controlled substance, and first degree official misconduct.
Deputy clerk arrested, $150,000 bail set
A Carter County deputy court clerk and her husband have been arrested on felony charges. Jennifer R. Duncan, 41, and Claude A. Duncan, 45, of Grayson, were arrested Saturday after being indicted for first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, oxycodone, a Class C felony. Mrs. Duncan was also charged with first degree assault, a Class B felony.
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