The City of Caneyville officially formed a city beautification committee on Monday, Oct. 13.
The city of Clarkson talked taxes, trick-or-treating, and their new community center during the regularly-scheduled city council meeting on Monday evening, Oct. 13.
With local school scores coming home, the Grayson County School system hope to help parents make sense of the every-changing state-wide scoring system under the Unbridled Learning initiative.
The annual Chow Down for the Hounds fundraiser will be held this Saturday, Oct. 18 to raise funds for the Grayson County Humane Society.
Brian D. Knight, 29, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting under $500, and was sentenced to 30 days probation after four days served. Knight was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.
Mexican culture came knocking on the door of Caneyville Elementary during a recent week of cultural exploration.
Engineers spend years learning to design solutions to current and even future problems. At Caneyville Elementary, Billie Jennings' fourth grade students are already getting a taste of the engineering life.
Johneli's Pizzeria in Leitchfield officially started offering lunch hours on Oct. 1 to give more local residents the opportunity to taste its Chicago-style Italian food.
Keith L. Paris, 40, pleaded guilty to failure of owner to maintain required insurance, and was sentenced to 30 days probation. Aaron D. Miller, 42, pleaded guilty to failure of non-owner/operator to maintain required insurance, and was sentenced to 30...
Helen Duvall had grown her hair for three years before deciding to have 22 inches cut off to donate to Locks of Love.
As part of Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty in 1965, Head Start was designed to provide preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs in...
A high-speed police chase on Tuesday, Oct. 7 ended with the arrest of a 27-year-old Grayson County man wanted for manufacturing meth.
A contractor accused of failing to complete construction work for a Grayson County resident, despite being paid to do so, was indicted on one count of Theft by Deception over $500, a class D felony, on Monday, Oct. 6.
Surrounded by City and County Officials, Ashlock Glass Co-Owners R.J. Ashlock and Stacey Ashlock officially cut the ribbon for their auto glass repair and replacement business on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Donna VanMeter, of Leitchfield, Kentucky, has received the 2014 Fred V. Heinkel Award for Excellence from the Shelter Insurance Foundation in recognition of her donation of an organ, which saved the life of her 18-year-old nephew.
The statewide school testing scores are in for 2013, and the Grayson County School District was awarded a 'proficient' status, and ranked in the 78th percentile, ahead of the state average.
A bench warrant was issued for Kimberly Gaither, 35.Mary B. Semar, 47, pleaded guilty to theft of services, and was sentenced to 30 days probation after five days served. Semar was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.
Jessica Hughes, a GCHS senior, has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
H.W. Wilkey Elementary School in Leitchfield has kicked off its third year of an early childhood learning program this fall with funding from Toyota manufacturing operations in Kentucky. Called United Way Born Learning® Academies, driven by...
The Grayson County Cattlemen's Association recently participated in a number of events in the month of September.
GCMS 7th graders recently had a unique opportunity to learn about agriculture as the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Mobile Science Activity Centers (MSAC) visited for a three-day experience.
Beginner Sewing Classes for Adults will be held on Saturday, November 8 and Saturday, November 22 at the Grayson County Extension Office from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
The Grayson County Relay for Life will officially kick off its fund-raising season later this month with the annual chili cook-off on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
Sleeping residents in a Kiper Road home were jolted awake when a car hit their home with enough force to “twist the house on its foundation” in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
David Jessie, 34, pleaded guilty to theft by deception including cold checks under $500, and was sentenced to 30 days probation after 10 days served. Jessie was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.