June 14, 2012 — Cave-in Movie in Cascade Cave will be held this Saturday, June 16. The movie will be “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” on the big screen inside of Cascade Cave. Encased in total darkness you will be mesmerized by the natural theater setting that Cascade Cave offers. Bring along a camp chair or lawn chair to sit on. The cost is $5 per person. Show times are 6:30pm & 8:30pm. Tickets are sold at the Cascade Cave Area 15 minutes before each show time. Call the park for more information.
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- Holbrook pleads not-guilty to murder
Jail overcrowding ordinance passes on split vote
Carter Fiscal Court met Friday in special session for the second reading of an ordinance to address overcrowding at the Carter County Detention Center.
Williams resigns from Olive Hill City Council
The Journal-Times has learned that Olive Hill City Council member Tony Williams has submitted a letter of resignation.
- Jailers fight back on regional jail
Barker death ruled accidental
Kentucky State Police in Ashland have ruled the death of Nathan Barker, 20, of Olive Hill, an accident.
In a press release Thursday, KSP Trooper Michael Murriell said that Barker's death was the result of a fall from a cliff.
Regional jail agreement upheld by Frankfort judge
In a judgment filed Monday in Franklin Circuit Court in Frankfort, the agreement between Carter and Boyd counties to establish the Northeast Regional Jail Authority (NRJA) was upheld by Judge Phillip Shepherd.
His ruling said the agreement between the two counties is a valid exercise. A summary judgment was granted and claims by the two county jailers and the Kentucky Jailers Association (KJA) were dismissed.
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Get live updates on the explosions at the end of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
- KSP search for arson suspect
Olive Hill man arrested in 2011 murder case
A two-year murder investigation culminated Monday in the arrest of Kyle S. Holbrook, 20, of Olive Hill.
Holbrook was indicted the same day by an Elliott County grand jury in the April 2011 death of Paul Dillon (Nemo) Bryant, 19, also of Olive Hill.
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