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Carter schools will not change driver policy
The Carter County Board of Education decided not to add policy for assigning extra bus runs as part of the school board policy after deliberating on the issue during Thursday’s special meeting.
- Health Department director search moves forward
Tackett pleads not guilty
An Olive Hill man pleaded innocent Monday in Carter Circuit Court to attempted murder.
County agrees to sell park property to Grayson
The City of Grayson and Carter Fiscal Court agreed to terms Tuesday on the purchase of a 34-acre parcel of real estate slated for a city park.
Fiscal Court approves pay raises, another deputy
Carter Fiscal Court gave final approval Tuesday to a budget calling for employee raises, increased fire department contributions and an additional deputy sheriff.
2014 Relay For Life this weekend
The 19th annual Relay For Life of Carter County is scheduled this Friday from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Saturday at the Carter County Shrine Club Horse Show Park in Olive Hill.
Charges dropped in meth case
The Commonwealth Attorney's office will not pursue charges against three individuals from Grayson who were indicted on methamphetamine charges.
Duvall pleads guilty; statement will be used in husband's prosecution
An Olive Hill woman charged with criminal abuse of a child under 12 pleaded guilty Monday to amended charges in Carter Circuit Court.
Grayson Council discusses weather alerts, budget
Cell phone weather alerts and the annual budget were the main items of discussion during last Tuesday’s meeting of Grayson City Council.
Walking park coming to Grayson
Residents of Grayson should begin to see the makings of a walking park later this month. At Tuesday's City Council meeting the committee accepted a blacktop bid for a four-tenths of a mile walking track on the north side of East River Road, near the banks of the Little Sandy River.
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