Congratulations to the GCHS FPS Team on their 4th place finish at State Governor's Cup.
Firefighters had to use the Jaws of Life to extricate an injured Clarkson woman from a vehicle following a roll-over crash on Friday morning, March 20.
Many supporters of the suggested local Right to Work ordinance were in attendance at Friday morning's Fiscal Court meeting to raise awareness and support for the measure.
Camp Loucon and many community partners are working together to make this year's Great Egg Hunt the biggest Easter event yet to be held at the camp.
Vehicle registration receipts and decals will look different beginning this spring, according to the Grayson County Clerk's Office.
A Brandenburg Road trailer that was in the process of being demolished caught fire on Wednesday afternoon, March 18.
Logan Davis, of Davis Insurance Inc., in Leitchfield, recently became a member of a very select group of State Auto independent agents—PaceSetter agents.
In an effort to teach high school students about the importance of higher education, the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) Leitchfield campus invited Grayson County High School students to its first-ever “Spring Break for...
Grayson County Bluegrass Opry is ready for Spring with an outstanding show on Saturday, March 21 at the Old Judicial Building (third floor) at 125 East White Oak Street in Leitchfield behind the Shell Station. Please use the rear entrance to the...
The three days that the Kentucky General Assembly was in session last week started on Monday with news that the first new law of 2015 had taken effect and ended on Wednesday night with a flurry of bills passing both chambers before the Senate and...
The City of Leitchfield officially created two new paid officer positions in the Leitchfield Fire Department (LFD), as well as discussed increasing pay for firefighter training on Monday, March 16.
The Grayson County Sheriff's Office will soon be publishing the names of individuals with active criminal summons and warrants in local newspapers, on radio, social media sites and the office's new website, according to Sheriff Norman...
A passing motorist discovered a decaying body alongside Duff Road in the Falls of Rough area on Friday, March 13.
The Grayson County News-Gazette would like to announce and welcome its newest member, Rocky LaPorte, who recently joined the paper as its new Advertising Sales Representative.
A bench warrant was issued for Matthew L. Stotts, 30.
Agriculture Commissioner and Republican Candidate for Governor James Comer had a breakfast on Monday morning, March 16, hosted by Gary Watkins at Wabuck Development, and several local citizens attended.
The month of March is a special time to honor eye donors and their families for giving the gift of sight.
Seniors Jessica Johnson and Jordan Mercer have been named February Students of the Month at GCHS. They were nominated for showing respect.
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is not actually a disease. DDD often describes the aging process of the discs of the back or neck.
28 GCHS DECA members have qualified for the national DECA conference after their outstanding performances at State. The GCHS chapter was recognized for excelling at the Thrive Level of chapter Promotional and Community Service campaigns, with two...
The Sweet 16! The Elite 8! The Final Four! It's March, and it's time for the NCAA Basketball Tournament, and this year, The Grayson County News-Gazette will be giving you a chance to cash in on your roundball picks.
Kroger may not open a grocery store in the Leitchfield Vendors' Village after all.
Lion Senator Rand Paul spoke at the District 43 E Convention in Bowling Green last week about his eye surgeries in third world countries as well as Legislative issues.
An injured Leitchfield woman was pulled from a burning vehicle and flown out by emergency helicopter following a crash on Salt River Road on Wednesday afternoon, March 11.
An Anneta man was indicted on charges related to the hit-and-run death of 47-year-old Jackie Vincent Hayes on Jan. 5.