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Today's News

  • Feagan inducted into Cambridge Who's Who

    Tena S. Feagan has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of medical-legal consulting.

  • Demons get back to business on the court

    Stacey May knows his team is young, but also expects them to compete when it matters.

    May, coach of the Williamstown boys’ basketball team, has started to work with his players and with each day sees improvement.

    “I’ve seen dramatic improvements as individuals and as a team,” May said. “There’s more coaching involved this year and I’ll have to be more of a teacher. We have to be patient because we’ll be young, but the future looks bright. But I’m seeing improvement everyday.”

  • Wright, girl, April 30

    Adam and Alisha Wright of Crittenden announce the birth of their second child.

    Abby Gail Wright was born at 8:36 p.m. April 30, 2009, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center South in Edgewood.

    She weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Her maternal grandparents are Randy and Debbie Gill of Cynthiana.

    Her paternal grandparents are Mark Wright of Verona and Randy and Vicki Dalton of Crittenden.

    Abby was welcomed home by her sister, Kaylee and friends and family.

     

  • Youth Soccer season comes to a close with championships

    The Grant County Youth Soccer League ended their spring season with two championship games.

    In the U10 game, the Vortex, coached by Victoria Cummins, took on the Wildfire, coached by Brian Gibson. The Vortex took home first place with a 3-1 win.

    In the U14 game, the Blue Wildcats, coached by Dewey Schlueter, played the Big Red, coached by Scott Pence. The game was tied 1-1 at the end of regulation and was decided in a shootout. The Big Red came out on top, winning 4-2 after the shootout.

  • Gordon celebrates 98 years

    Anna Mary Gordon celebrated her 98th birthday at the March meeting of the Corinth Lady Lions. She was accompanied to the celebration by her daughter, Dorothy Gordon Altman. Gordon continued to celebrate with her family the following Sunday at her home on Cordova Road. 

  • GCHS holds Tractor Day

    On May 8, the Grant County Future Farmers of America held tractor day at GCHS.

    This is the first time in three years that the chapter has held tractor day. In order to drive their tractor to school, FFA members had to attend a banquet the previous night.

    There were twelve members that attended tractor day. The categories for tractor day were the biggest International, the biggest John Deere, the biggest miscellaneous, the oldest, the cleanest, the dirtiest, the smallest International, the smallest John Deere and the smallest miscellaneous.

  • Sports Shorts

    GC youth soccer opens fall registration

    GCYS Fall 2009 registration is now open. Registration deadline is June 5. Ages are from 3-13 before Aug. 1.

    Cost for age groups U4-U12 is $50 and U14 is $60, $5 discounts for siblings. For more information or to register online, go to http://www.gcys-soccer.com/.

    GCHS boys’ basketball plans camp

    The Grant County High School boys’ basketball team will hold a basketball camp with two sessions.

  • GCMS girls’ soccer ends season with seven wins

    The Grant County Middle School girls’ soccer team started their season working to learn the game and their hard work paid off in the end.

    The girls’ season began with a loss and a tie, but once the girls’ learned how to spread the field and start the attack on defense, they ended the season with seven straight wins and didn’t allow a goal.

  • All-stars take first at Memorial Day tourney

    Practice makes perfect, but the Grant County 7-year-old all-stars didn’t need much practice to be near-perfect.

    The all-stars were only able to practice three times before they entered the KABA Memorial Weekend Machine-Pitch Tournament, but came away with four wins and the championship.

    “I assumed we’d hit the ball well, but I wasn’t sure about our defense,” coach Steve Hurley said. “We hit the ball extremely well and our defense played pretty solid.”

  • Lady Demons seniors show Williamstown pride

    Although their final year on the softball diamond was shortened due to rainouts, the Williamstown softball seniors will remember the time they spent together.

    Miranda Snow, Amber Vance, Amanda Goodrich, Mellissa Snow, Emily Webster and Ashlee Holt spent their final months of their senior year playing side-by-side.