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Today's News

  • Looking to the future, reflecting on the past

    When the magistrates and I took office nearly two years ago, none among us could have predicted or planned for some of the issues we would confront. Now, to be perfectly honest, we all know that taking office as an all new court would bring some degree to strain as each of us would bring to the jobs new ideas and fresh approaches to addressing lingering issues.
    Little did we know what was on the horizon.

  • We want you to be a loyal GC News reader

    Some of you may be wondering why you received a Grant County News in the mail this week.
    Well, this week is our annual sample copy of the newspaper that is delivered to all Grant County residents for free. Why do we do this?
    Simply put, we want to show those who are not current subscribers or who do not regularly pick up the paper on the newsstands each week what we have to offer.

  • What about orchids?

    Have you ever wondered what makes an orchid an orchid?  Well, it is all about flower parts.  In fact, most plants are categorized in the Plant Kingdom by their flowers.  For orchids, it is the fact that they have three sepals and three petals.  Many flowers have green sepals that protect the flower inside which cradles the bloom as it opens.  

  • Dry Ridge Baptist pastor shares calling, compassion, challenges

    Kevin Richardson has gotten confirmation through prayer, God’s word and other Christians that he is exactly where God wants him, right now—at Dry Ridge Baptist Church.

  • Desire the greater gifts

    Paul, the writer of 1 Corinthians, says in verse 31 “But earnestly desire the higher gifts. And I will show you a still more excellent way.” Now the question that we as the church have to answer is what are the higher gifts or greater gifts? The only way to do this is to look at the surrounding context of chapters 12 and 13.

  • CHURCH NOTES

    Antioch
    Church of Christ
    • Minister Gene Kearns. The church is located at 3510 Keefer Road in Corinth.
    • Sunday school from 10 to 10:45 a.m.; worship service at 10:45 a.m. and evening worship at 5:30 p.m. For more information, call 859-824-6470.

    Bethany Baptist
    • Sunday school at 10 a.m.; worship service at 11 a.m. and evening worship at 7 p.m.
    • Pastor - Donald Joe Kannady. For more information, call 859-391-5993.

    Bible Believers Baptist

  • Vrolijk signs with Northern Kentucky University

    Athlete: Jacob Vrolijk
    Sport: Golf

    Number of years playing sport: 2010 to 2017
    Parents: Michael and Veronica Camacho

    School committed to: Northern Kentucky University

    Reason for selecting and signing with this school: Familiarity with the area and monetary reasons.

    Highlights/accomplishments/awards from your high school years: First team All-state; 15th at 2017 State Championship; three-time All Region team; Tom Johnson Classic champ and Beechwood Invitational champ.

  • Grant County hosts Blue, Gold Night
  • GRANT COUNTY YOUTH SOCCER
  • Three indicted for importing heroin

    Three men were indicted Nov. 9 by a Grant County grand jury for importing heroin.
    Bill Lee Melton, 29, Scott Lee Rains, 55, and Jeremy Wayne Heaverin, 35, each faces charges of importing heroin.
    Heaverin and Melton also were indicted for being persistent felony offenders.
    The charges stem from a Sept. 9 incident where the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, Corinth Fire Department and Dry Ridge EMS responded to two females who had overdosed on heroin within 45 minutes of each other on Owenton Road in Corinth.