After nearly eight and one-half years of coming into the homes of your readers on a weekly basis, I write to inform everyone that my personal column will no longer appear in the Olive Hill Times and Grayson Journal-Enquirer.
In Kentucky's last primary election in 2016, only 20 percent of eligible voters turned out to cast their ballots, yet the outcome of elections affects us all.
On behalf of the Hitchins Volunteer Fire Department, we would like to express our appreciation to the public of Hitchins for the successful boot drive Saturday morning.
Editor’s note: Lisa Mullins recently sent a letter to the editor about a ring lost by her father, Clyde Mullins, who currently lives in Menifee County Kentucky. Her letter is printed as it was presented to The Journal-Times.
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