The Grayson County School Board voted to approve the 2015-16 school calendar on Thursday evening.
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The Leitchfield Fire Department (LFD) responded to Walgreens on Tuesday, Feb. 10 regarding a gas smell that led to the temporary evacuation of the store.
A committee was set Thursday evening to screen candidates for the position of Superintendent of Grayson County Schools, following current Superintendent Barry Anderson's recent retirement announcement.
The Grayson County Bluegrass Opry returns with another great bluegrass show for Saturday, Feb. 21. Four outstanding Kentucky bluegrass bands will be performing at the local show, which is held at the Old Judicial Building at 125 East White Oak St. in...
Congressman Brett Guthrie (KY-02) issued the following statement after voting in support of S. 1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act:
House Speaker Greg Stumbo's effort to increase Kentucky's minimum wage for the first time in nearly six years cleared a major hurdle on Tuesday, Feb. 10 when the Kentucky House of Representatives approved his House Bill 2 by a vote of...
Henry Mudd was officially announced as the new Caneyville Summer Youth Director during the regularly scheduled Caneyville City Commission meeting on Monday, Feb. 9.
Special Olympics Kentucky athletes and supporters gathered in the Rotunda of the State Capitol on Monday, Feb. 9 to celebrate 45 years of the program's history in Kentucky and to rally support for House Bill 178. The bill, filed by Rep. Martha...
State Rep. John Tilley, who has played a frontline role over the past six years in reducing illegal drug use in Kentucky, filed legislation on Monday, Feb. 9 that is designed to tackle the state's steep increase in heroin abuse. Joining him at...
Dalton Hayes, the 18-year-old Leitchfield resident who garnered national attention last month on a “crime spree” with his 13-year-old girlfriend, was indicted in Grayson Circuit Court on Tuesday for charges related to the highly-publicized...
Two men were indicted in Grayson County Circuit Court on Tuesday, Feb. 3 for sexual acts against minors.Michael Kniss, 35, was indicted on three counts of rape in the first degree.
Daniel R. Mudd, 38, pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing in the first degree, and was sentenced to 30 days probation. Mudd was also ordered to pay $153 in court costs.A bench warrant was issued for Christopher L. Dunn, 37.
Leitchfield Public Works announced on Monday, Feb. 9 that it recently received a $3,000 safety grant from Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services (KLCIS).
For the past 35 years, the Kentucky Alfalfa Conference has offered alfalfa and animal producers and enthusiasts the chance to get the latest information on the most pressing topics during a one-day event. This year's conference on Feb. 26 at the...
Frozen shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, is a condition of pain and stiffness of the shoulder.
In one of the busiest bill-filing days in recent years, members of the Kentucky General Assembly introduced more than 100 bills in a single day last week.
Recent changes in the laws that regulate the purchase of restricted use pesticides have prompted the need for training in Grayson County.
A Leitchfield woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Sunbeam Road on Monday morning, Feb. 9.
Ralph's Market was severely damaged by a fire that broke out at the local business on Sunday night, Feb. 8.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) and Potter's Hope Ministries will soon partner to host a college fair in Leitchfield as part of the college's fifth annual “Super Sunday” event.
A Clarkson woman and a seven-year-old juvenile were injured in a rollover crash on Peonia Road on Friday afternoon, Feb. 6.
While few would likely see lower gas prices as cause for concern, concern has risen among Kentucky officials regarding the state road fund, which stands to lose a substantial amount of funding as a result of the lower prices.
The Leitchfield Utilities Commission recognized a retiring employee and took action to sell surplus property and buy read meters during its regularly scheduled Thursday, Feb. 5 meeting.
The state Senate passed a measure on Thursday, Feb. 5 that would exempt public schools from a statute requiring them to pay construction workers a specified minimum—often referred to as the prevailing wage law.