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April 18, 2019
  • During their regularly schedule meeting Monday, the Clarkson City Commission approved a proclamation declaring April 23, 2019 as "Clarkson Founders' Day" again this year. They...

  • Board to purchase bleachers for GCHS

    The Grayson County School Board on Thursday voted to purchase new bleachers for Grayson County High School.

    During its regular meeting held at Clarkson Elementary Schoo...

  • County to draft smoke-free ordinance

    The Grayson County Fiscal Court on Tuesday voted to move forward with drafting an ordinance that would prohibit smoking, as well as the use of e-cigarettes and vaping, inside ...

  • Relay for Life holds dinner for survivors

    Purple filled the room where residents came together this week to celebrate surviving cancer.

    A dinner to celebrate local cancer survivors was held by the Relay for Lif...

  • Jail addition back on track

    The project to expand the Grayson County Detention Center is back on track as officials are now looking at a May 20 start date for construction.

    The addition, which wi...

  • Ag awards honor county's finest

    The 46th annual Grayson County Agricultural Awards Banquet was held Thursday night to honor the best the local agriculture community had to offer in 2018.

    Brad Clemons...

  • With spring in full bloom, people and pets have to look out for one of the pests it brings.

    Ticks will soon be out in full force bringing with them possible deadly dise...

  • The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for children who wish to attend the Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch in Gilbertsville.

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  • City looks to boost project accountability

    The city of Leitchfield this week discussed contracting with a national company to improve accountability on its upcoming projects to construct a new water treatment plant and...

  • Meals on the Bus receives $2,500 donation

    Grayson County Schools looks to serve even more local youths meals this summer through its Meals on the Bus program, thanks to a donation from the America's Farmers Grow Commu...

  • The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that it and the Leitchfield Police Department have been investigating numerous cases in which minors are sharing n...

  • Breckinridge County Sheriff arrested after crashing into Leitchfield woman

    Kentucky State Police Post 4 Troopers responded to a two-vehicle collision in Breckinridge County Friday night involving the Sheriff of Breckinridge County and a Leitchfield w...

  • Man dies after rollover crash

    A Brownsville man lost his life Sunday after losing control of his vehicle and flipping it.

    On Sunday at approximately 8:45 p.m., the Grayson County Sheriff’s Off...

  • Treats on the Trail

    Coats were worn over Halloween costumes Saturday at the second annual Treats on the Trail event at the Ed Nichols Memorial Nature Trail at the Clarkson City Park due to the ch...

  • Four people were arrested Monday after the Grayson County Sheriff's Office and the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force executed a search warrant at a home on Bloomington Road.

  • Big Clifty pharmacy to close

    Changes in the drug store industry have claimed Big Clifty's Midway Pharmacy as a victim. The small store will close Aug. 10.

  • On Thursday, Feb. 15, the Grayson County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) intercepted a shipment of marijuana from the Caneyville post office.

    According to a news release from Sh...

  • New water district location opens March 12

    The Grayson County Water District announced this weekend that it will officially begin operating out of its new location at 21 Shull White Rd. in Leitchfield, on Monday, March...

  • Murder suspect indicted, pleads not guilty

    An Elizabethtown foster parent indicted for the murder of a Caneyville child in his care has since pleaded not guilty to the charge.

    33-year-old Billy P. Embry-Martin, o...

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