Pill found in fast-food salad
GRAYSON - An unidentified pill was found inside a salad from Wendy’s in Grayson on Friday, according to the Journal-Times.
Witnesses said an order was placed at the drive-through window for the staff of a local business at lunch time. When one of the salads was opened, a woman found a pill inside.
Police were on the scene Friday afternoon, but no other information was available.
Olive Hill council sets meeting
OLIVE HILL - The Olive Hill City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Olive Hill Senior Center.
Boyd library to show ‘Ice Age’
CANNONSBURG - The Boyd County Public Library will have a free showing of “Ice Age: Continental Drift” at 2 p.m. Jan. 20 at the Kyova branch in the Kyova Mall.
Some refreshments will be provided; additional snacks may be purchased.
Special Boyd meeting Tuesday
CANNONSBURG - The Boyd County Board of Education will have a special meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at district offices at 1104 Bob McCullough Drive.
The board will discuss hiring a representative from the Kentucky School Boards Association for superintendent selection search services, and to approve a contract for the assignment of personnel between the Kentucky Educational Development Corp. and the district.
Carter library friends to meet
GRAYSON - The annual meeting of the Friends of the Carter County Public Library will be Jan. 23 at the library’s Olive Hill branch.
There will be a reception at 6 p.m.; new officers will be elected at 7 p.m.
FCCPL supports the library through fundraisers and donations. For more information, call (606) 474-3241.
Pill found in fast-food salad
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The modest ranch house in the middle of the 2100 block of Sellars Street looked a lot different at 11 a.m. Saturday than it did three hours earlier.
Beautification project cleans up Ashland
Many of the volunteers who spent their Saturday morning picking up trash downtown don’t even live in Ashland.
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Morehead State student killed in crash
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Wurtland parents angry over principal's demotion
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Meth busts in Westwood, Ashland
One man was taken into custody Friday in Ashland by deputies with the Boyd County Sheriff’s Department Drug Task Force, and felony charges are pending against another.
Womack eliminated in semifinals
Top-seeded Kennedy Womack was eliminated in the semifinals of the State Tournament on Saturday at the University of Kentucky tennis courts.
Guitar builder Paul Reed Smith to visit Ashland
Paul Reed Smith isn’t a rock star, although he does have legions of fans who revere his contributions to live and recorded performances worldwide and his name or initials grace the headstocks of guitars used by some of the most recognized names in rock, jazz and country music.
The legendary luthier from Maryland will visit Ashland’s 4 O’Clock Rock Guitar Shop on Wednesday to inspect their collection of his instruments. Store owner Dave McCoy said he was almost immediately overwhelmed with responses after announcing Smith will be at the shop at 2328 Greenup Ave., to meet fans and sign autographs starting at 6 p.m. A crowd is expected to be there, McCoy confirmed Friday afternoon, reporting he expects PRS owners, collectors and fans alike to be in the crowd awaiting Smith’s appearance.
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