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January 15, 1998
Brent Caldwell, a former dispatcher and police officer for Williamstown has been hired as a 911 dispatch employee. Caldwell was hired in a special meeting on Jan. 8 by the board of directors of the county’s Public Service Communications Center. Caldwell is the son of Williamstown Mayor Glenn Caldwell.

Navy Hospitalman Norman S. Reeves, son of Charles F. Reeves of Corinth, recently returned from a six-month deployment to Okinawa, Japan, with 3rd Batallion, 3rd Marines. Reeves, a 1992 graduate of Harrison County High School joined the Navy in February 1994.

January 14, 1987
Dudley L. Wright, a representative of the Kentucky Center for Veteran’s Affairs will be in Williamstown. The representatives will be there to assist veterans, their families and dependents to establish and present all claims and privileges, which they may have by law.

The Crittenden City Council met and accepted the resignation of Dr. Steve Sternberg, a councilmember, according to Peggy Thompson, city clerk and treasurer. Thompson said the city council would choose a new member from nominees at the next business meeting.

January 18, 1963
The hospital committee, appointed by the fiscal court some months ago met with the architect, Tom McClorey to view plans as drawn for the hospital to be built in Grant County. The 30-bed hospital will be of brick construction. The plans call for ultra modern facilities.

The annual meeting of the Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows in Louisville will close with a banquet and the crowning of Miss County Fair. Linda Tucker, daughter of Clifford Ramsey of Dry Ridge, who won the local beauty contest and was named Miss Grant County Fair of 1962 will represent the county.