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Carter Co. has received $19,199 from FEMA for emergency food and shelter.  For agencies interested in applying to committee , contact Robert Caummisar  at 301 We Main. St. Grayson, Call 474-952 by March 9th.

February was one of the coldest ever with the average temperature 11.6 degrees below normal.  There were Ten new low temperatures records set and one
snow record.  Lowest temperature was 25.6 below on Feb 20th.

All Job Club meetings has been moved to Grayson office on South 7 and will be held on Thursday.

Miss Grayson Scholarship pageant is set for 2 pm April 4th at East High.  For entry information Contact Dee Dee Shufflebarger  at 4740-7565

Highway Meeting will be held by the Carter Fiscal Court and Ky Dept of Transportation,  5:30 pm  March 9th at West Carter gym.

Grayson Chamber has released the winning theme for Memory Days 2015.   Wow! Just look at us Now...  with Donna Gollihue as the winner. The Chamber is now receiving design ideas for the T-shirt  Contest entries must be submitted by March 13.

The trail of Kyle Holbrook charged in the 2013 death of Dillon "Nemo " Bryant is underway in Morgan Co.

Meeting in it's monthly session, the Grayson City Council voted to hire an engineer to help the city decide a plan for one of the area's heaviest traveled routes, Carol Malone Blvd. The Council also decided to leave Fourth and Fifth Streets as one way routes, even though they are working on possibly making them two-way. Council also welcome area scouts and presented certificates...approved a request from Ag. Agent Myron Evans to allow livestock sales as a fall item at the former Carter Co. Fairgrounds...heard a report on homeless people and said a program is underway to help care for as many as 8 homeless in Carter County...and said they will work to get some area streets on the state road list to obtain some assistance in maintenance. Many other matters were handled during a lengthy meeting. 

The Recreation Alliance has applied for its first grant from Land and Water Conservation Fund to begin fund-raising for the new 34 acres park off East Main St. in Grayson. 

Grayson City Council voted to stay in the FADE, Fivco Drug Enforcement.  A discussion was held on the traffic on Carol Malone. An engineer will be hired to come up with a city road plan. Changes in the deed on the 34 acre park site on East Main,  for a road, with permission from Fiscal Court.

The Carter Co. Courthouse has announced new operating hours for weekends. All offices of the Courthouse will be closed on weekends except for the last Saturday of each month, when all offices will be open. Judge Exec. Mike Malone says the change involves the expense of operating the offices in relation to the people who seek services from those offices. The Olive Hill office of Court Clerk Mike Johnston will be closed on Monday, and will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:15 until 4pm, Friday from 8:15 until 6pm, and Saturday from 8:15 until noon. The changes take effect immediately.

Grayson Mayor George Steele has completed the reorganization of the Grayson Tourism and Convention Commission. The reorganization comes as a result of some former members not meeting the state guidelines for residential requirements. Members are: Teresa Bush, Debra Combs, Jeff Mills, Georgianna Ratcliff, Dustin Howard, Dr. Ken Beck, and Cheri Johnson.

Grayson Mayor George Steele addresses Scouts from Troop 163 at a City Council meeting.

Property taxes are being collected at the office of Carter Co. Sheriff. Taxes now carry a 10% Sheriff's add on penalty.

State of the County Banquet will be held at Carter Caves State Park, March 5th at 6:30pm. Cost is $25 for meal. Reserve now at Olive Hill and Grayson Chamber Of Commerce offices.
 
Grayson Chamber announces its annual Bridal Expo will be held Sunday, April 12th from 1:30-4pm at Carter Caves State Park. Vendors reserve spaces by March 27 by calling the Grayson Chamber office at 474-4401.

East Carter FFA will be selling strawberries the week of March 9th. A single flat (8 qts) will be $28. Half a flat (4 qts) will be $15. For more information you can call 474-5714 or 606-316-6303.

Veteran's Outreach is asking for support of men and women veterans by making a tax-deductible $10 donation from your cell phone. Text VET to the number 52000 and a $10 donation will be applied to your next cell phone bill. Kentucky Veterans may contact for services in Grayson at 300 W. Main Street, Room 212, or call 606-475-0216 for more information.

West Carter County Adult Education Announces that GED testing service offers a promotion to take the first module FREE for first-time KY test takers. For information call 606-286-0137.

Benefit for Ronnie Bond Saturday, Mar 7, 2015 at 2:00pm until 6:00pm at First Church of Christ Life Center. Music by: Rowan Co. Ramblers and The Pactolus Pony Riders. Food items will be sold. Live and silent auction and much much more. Contact Bill Gilbert at 286-5124 for more information.

Easter portraits March 14, 2015 at 10;00am to 6;00pm at the Elliottville fire Department. Package price $20.00. Money will be taken at the door no refunds. to schedule appointments call Vivan Wagoner at 606-784-8585.

Bluegrass Music Show at The Rattlesnake Ridge Community Center on Saturday March 7th at 7pmweather permitting featuring The Hazel Hollow Band. Admission $8. Everyone is invited.

Pirates of the Cure-ibbean Relay for Life Team invites you for concessions at Union Depot Auction House March 6th with proceeds benefitting Relay for Life. Everyone is invited.

Northeast Ky. Small Business Awards is seeking nominations for owners and advocates in Carter Greenup and Boyd Counties. Deadline is March 6th. Contact the local Chamber of Commerce for nominations.  Winners will be honored at banquet in May.

Heritage Elementary archery team will be having a craft/yard sale fair on Saturday, March 7th from 9am-3pm. Admission is $1.00 at the door (children under 12 are free). Crafters, vendors, and yard sellers are welcome. Booth size will be approximately 12' x 12' and will be $20.00. Deadline to sign up for a booth is Monday, March 2nd. Registration and rules can be picked up at the front office of Heritage Elementary School or call 474-5784 and speak with Sharon Randle or Mary Jane McDavid.

The Olive Hill Historical Society is providing a "Spring Back with a Pancake Breakfast" on Saturday March 7 from 7-10am. Breakfast will be at 110 Comet Drive in the "tea room" facility on the hill.

Red Cross Blood Drive Locations for March--
Ashland: March 18th, from 7am-2pm at King's Daughters Medical Center Health Education Center
Grayson: March 16th, from 1pm-6pm at the Family Life Center

Benefit pancake breakfast will be held for Sonja Sammons Sunday March 8th from 7am until 10am at Tyler's Pizza in Olive Hill. Everyone is invited. For more information call 286-4583.

East Carter High School site based council will meet Thursday March 12th at 4:30pm in the school library. Any parent is welcome to attend.

There will be a mandatory Farmers Market membership meeting and voucher training on Thursday, March 5th, and Friday, March 6th, at 6pm at the Boyd County Extension Office on Center Street in Catlettsburg. Anyone interested in selling at the Boyd County Farmers Market must attend at least one of these meetings.
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