A bench warrant was issued for Darren W. Kidd, 32.
The rating score of the establishment is determined by subtracting weighted point values of noted violations from 100. Unannounced inspections observe the overall operation including food source and protection; personnel; food equipment and utensils;...
A Grayson County native has been named vice president of safety, quality and patient experience for Baptist Health, responsible for leading the system's efforts to provide the highest quality of care.
The Cecilian Bank, demonstrating its philanthropic spirit and commitment to the region, is partnering with United Way of Central Kentucky to provide free training to local nonprofits. The bank is sponsoring Kate Bringardner, with The Speaker's...
Miss Grayson CountyWinner - Jessica WoodFirst runner-up - Ashton FilburnSecond runner-up - Kelsey BashamThird runner-up - Cassandra Rodkey
The staff of The Grayson County News-Gazette would like to welcome its newest member, Cathy Peerman.
Grayson County Circuit Court Clerk Stacie Blain has recently taken up the cause of encouraging more local individuals to sign up as registered organ donors.
USDA Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director, John W. McCauley reminds producers that as of Aug. 6, producers with acres under contract through the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can apply for early contract termination, as required...
The recent Chamber of Commerce breakfast, held on Thursday, August 21 at the Centre on Main, was sponsored by the Grayson County Board of Education.
Two armed gunmen were arrested in Caneyville on Monday, August 25 following two unrelated incidents in which the lives of local residents and police officers were threatened.
An female inmate was on the run for more than two days before being recaptured on Monday night as the result of a multi-agency manhunt through Grayson County.
The 2014-2015 Grayson County school year is off to a good start, according to the school board.
Recent news reports of unsafe drinking water in the Great Lakes area has drawn national attention to toxic algal blooms. In Kentucky, cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, recently were found in Green River Lake, Taylorsville Lake, Barren...
This week, Congressman Brett Guthrie led a letter to the Pentagon in opposition to the proposed recommendations featured in the Supplemental Programmatic Environmental Assessment (SPEA) for Army 2020 Force Structure Realignment.
The City of Leitchfield reviewed its options for the 2014 Property Tax Rates on Monday, Aug. 18.
The county has been abuzz in recent months with rumors of bed bugs terrorizing area residents, and the Grayson County Fiscal Court heard one of these accounts during their Friday morning meeting last week.
The Grayson County Fiscal Court received updated tax rates from the Library, Extension Office and Health Department Boards at their regularly-scheduled meeting on Friday, August 15.
A Leitchfield man was indicted in Grayson Circuit Court this month after allegedly attacking a law enforcement officer and threatening to injure or kill several others while Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center personnel attempted to treat the...
Would you drive a car down a pitch-black road with no headlights? Plan a cross country road trip without checking your gas tank? While most would agree doing either would be an unwise, if not dangerous endeavor, many think nothing of taking equivalent...
The owners of the Hatfield Inn celebrated the official re-opening of the business Thur, August 7 with a special ribbon cutting. Guy and Dorothy Hatfield, along with daughter Julie King presented the newly remodeled inn the citizens of Grayson County...
An incident management meeting involving all Grayson County first responder agencies and state Transportation Cabinet personnel created an opportunity for a meeting of the minds between the two groups in the hopes of creating a safer environment in...
Joseph M. Carnes, 26, pleaded guilty to theft by deception including a cold check under $500, and was sentenced to 10 days probation after two hours served. Carnes was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.
A large, potentially dangerous fire started behind the Hobdy, Dye and Read building on Elizabethtown Road on the evening of Thursday, August 7.
A Clarkson man was arrested on Monday evening for manufacturing methamphetamine and receiving stolen property following a lengthy investigation by Detective Adam Cottrell and Deputy Buck Meredith, with the Grayson County Sheriff's...
Caneyville, Clarkson, H. W. Wilkey, and Lawler Elementary SchoolsWednesday 8/13Breakfast
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