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'Cram the Cruiser' holiday food drive annually helps donate thousands of pounds of food to families across Kentucky. KSP is partnering with Pepsi, Kroger, local food pantries, churches, and various grocery stores for these simultaneous statewide events.

No wonder everyone loves soup. Those who eat it love it because it tastes good, the whole meal is right there in one place and all you need is a spoon to eat it.

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The Carter County Kiwanis Club have started what they hope will be a reoccurring annual event – the sale of limited edition Christmas ornaments celebrating historical buildings and locations around Carter County.

Holly, Ivy, and Eve are five-month-old cur mix females. These litter mates are happy, healthy, friendly girls. Their $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being spayed. You can stop by and meet them at the Carter County Animal Shelter, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and …

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Dylan and Landry Harris, Jaylin Wagoner and Raegan Robertson perform “The Star” during the 2018 Christmas on the Hill show. This year, which marks 13 years of the community event, will feature dinner and a show on Friday, Dec. 6 and Saturday, Dec, 7. Dinner is at 6 p.m. each night, with the …

This weekend Grayson will celebrate Hometown Holidays, with a variety of events spread out over the two-day celebration – but the popular tree lighting ceremony might not have happened if the folks at Grayson Rural Electric Co-op Corporation (GRECC) hadn't stepped up to make it a reality.

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If you haven't registered for Grayson's Hometown Holidays Christmas Parade yet, and you still want to, there is an online Google document that you can fill out to do so. You can find the link on the Grayson Chamber of Commerce website at http://www.graysonchamber.org/, or you can navigate di…

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Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is encouraging students to participate in agricultural-based programs such as the KDA Poster and Essay Contest and college internships.

On Saturday, Dec. 21, the Olive Hill Police Department will hold its annual Christmas party to distribute toys, coats and other necessities to children and families in need.

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The Olive Hill Chamber of Commerce is doing its best to promote the town's small businesses, a task that should be made easier by the group's recently recognized status as a non-profit organization.

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Twenty-five veterans from three branches of the military were honored in a Quilts of Valor program held at the First Church of Christ in Grayson on Sunday, Nov. 24.

Ears is a 1-year-old male heeler mix. He’s a fun, playful boy that needs a family of his own. His $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being neutered. You can stop by and meet him at the Carter County Animal Shelter, Monday through Friday,10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon.

OLIVE HILL – If you like to speed through Olive Hill without your seat belt on before parking on the wrong side of the road, you may want to set some money aside and get your check book ready. The Olive Hill City Council passed their new parking fees ordinance on a second reading last Tuesda…

You pretty much know what to expect after Thanksgiving dinner: pumpkin pie. Maybe apple, too, or pecan.

The Carter County Poetry Society released the list of winners for their annual poetry contest last week. Winners in various categories took home cash prizes sponsored by individuals and organizations, while the winners in the Grand Prix category, the only category that required an entry fee,…

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Gemma is 1-year-old female pit mix. She’s a very friendly girl that loves to play. Gemma is fully sponsored and has a free adoption to an approved home. You can stop by and meet her at the Carter County Animal Shelter, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.

GRAYSON – The Grayson Tourism Commission had to again address the issue of unpaid hotel taxes during its regular meeting last week.

GRAYSON – Grayson city council took action during their regular meeting last Tuesday to approve the placement of speed bumps along Bradford Street, and to appoint Veronica Thomas to the Library Board as a trustee, but it was the budget that drew the most discussion.

GRAYSON – The Carter County Grand Jury released Oct. 25 indictments recently. The indictments include allegations of fleeing from police, resisting arrest, wanton endangerment and criminal possession of a forged instrument.

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Susie is a four-year-old female beagle. She’s a total sweetheart and just wants to be someone’s baby. Her $75 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination and being spayed. You can stop by and meet her at the Carter County Animal Shelter, Monday – Friday, 10 – 2 and Saturday 8 – 12.

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It was 1989 when Anna McGlone graduated from East Carter High School and went straight into the United States Army. She was eager to learn and wanted to use the Army to further her education.

Grayson's annual Hometown Holidays event is only a few weeks away, and spaces are still available for vendors who want to share their crafts and other items with the community at the Christmas Vendors Market.

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It was a good night for GOP candidates in Carter County, unless their name was Matt Bevin. Reflecting patterns seen across the state, the Republicans handily beat the Democrats in all other state wide races, but in the race for the governor's mansion, Andy Beshear beat out Matt Bevin with 50…

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