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Beverly Powell fights cancer by restoring confidence
Cancer steals health, dignity and often lives. Since 1989, Beverly Powell has been battling self-esteem issues that often come with chemotherapy treatments.
Two years and counting for Grayson Gallery
As shown by the strong turnout at last week's Final Friday event, the Grayson Gallery and Art Center looks is thriving as its second anniversary approaches.
Barker death ruled accidental
Kentucky State Police in Ashland have ruled the death of Nathan Barker, 20, of Olive Hill, an accident.
Mayor vetoes Olive Hill city clerk ordinance
Olive Hill Mayor Kenny Fankell vetoed an ordinance Monday that would have stripped City Clerk Cheri James of her utility office and supervisory duties, as well as her responsibilities as city treasurer.
Olive Hill makes deal with engineers
Representatives from E.L. Robinson Engineering, Inc., and Olive Hill City Council have come to terms to perform necessary corrections to the backwash filtration system at the city water plant.
Fultz resigns from Olive Hill City Council
At the end of last week’s Olive Hill City Council meeting, member Angie Johnson Fultz announced her resignation from the city’s governing body.
Gym projects moving at both high schools
The Carter County Board of Education will begin accepting bids for renovations in both high school gyms as soon as plans are approved by the state.
Chamber planning spring, summer events
Planning for Olive Hill's major event of the summer is underway. Olive Hill's Homecoming will take place the weekend prior to July 4, as years in past.
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.
Sheriff looking for meth info
The Carter County sheriff's office is seeking public assistance with an ongoing investigation. Deputies are investigating methamphetamine manufacturing activity at an abandoned trailer on Williams Creek.
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