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January 20, 2021
Amy Lindsey | GC News-Gazette (left) Lani and Carter (right) Tucker posed as Thing 1 and Thing 2 during Dr. Seuss' birthday party.

Amy Lindsey | GC News-Gazette

(left) Lani and Carter (right) Tucker posed as Thing 1 and Thing 2 during Dr. Seuss' birthday party.

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  • Pierces have first baby born at TLRMC in 2018

    Rachael and Kevin Pierce, of Clarkson, are the proud parents of the first baby born at Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center (TLRMC) in 2018.

    Ridgley Hannah Pierce entered ...

  • 2nd annual Health Fair is Jan. 20

    Grayson County Tourism's second annual Community Health Fair will be held later this month at the Centre on Main.

    This year's Community Health Fair will be held from 9 a...

  • St. Paul dedicates new parish hall

    After more than three years of labor, St. Paul Catholic Church held the official dedication of its newly completed parish hall and catechetical center on Saturday night, Dec. ...

  • LUMC helps make the holiday brighter

    Leitchfield United Methodist Church (LUMC) helped make the holiday season brighter for many needy Grayson County families over the past two weekends by allowing children to sh...

  • Saving Hope benefit dinner a huge success

    Saving Hope Charities held a benefit dinner on Friday, Nov. 10. This event was hosted by Misty Thomas, Public Relations Director.

    Saving Hope Charities is located in Le...

  • Eagle flies free

    An injured Golden Eagle, found in Caneyville in August, was released back into the wild this past weekend.

    On Aug. 14, 2017, Christopher Smith found an injured Golden Ea...

  • Disco gets Saturday Night Fever

    The Special Needs Disco took place Saturday, Oct. 28 at Potter's Hope.

    Many people came out to have fun and get their boogie on. Several people dressed the part with th...

  • Chili Cook-Off at the Senior Center

    On Thursday, Oct. 26, the Grayson County Senior Center held a Chili Cook-Off. Eight people made chili for the contest.

    The chili was judged by Garry Watkins, Mayor Willi...

  • Author to visit 120 Kentucky counties

    To mark the publication of "On Homesickness," Jesse Donaldson, author of The More They Disappear and native of Lexington, will read passages from his new book in all 120 counties in Kentucky....

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