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July 24, 1997
At a recent convention of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky. Dennis Stanley, of Hamilton Funeral Home in Verona and Elliston Stanley Funeral Home in Williamstown was selected to serve as the Sergeant-at-Arms at the Hyatt Regency and Commonwealth Convention Center in Louisville.

Gorton Ashcraft, son of Peggy Ashcraft of Dry Ridge and Leslie Allison Robertson of Corinth were recently selected for membership in the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. Established at Georgetown in 1968, it is a national academic honor society that recognizes freshman who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.                                                        
 July 23, 1987

The Grant County Adult Literacy Program received $5,500 from the Kentucky Literacy Commission for the 1987-1988 fiscal year. Last year, over 5,000 students were enrolled in local literacy programs in Kentucky.  The programs use of the funds is to employ a part-time coordinator.

The Grant County Planning Commission approved four zoning and held a discussion on an ordinance establishing a fee for stamping deeds back to the commission. The commission approved the following: seven plats owned by Carol and Stanley Woodyard of Williamstown to be used as a ‘minor subdivision.
  July 27, 1962

Linda Tucker of Dry Ridge was declared the winner of the Grant County Fair Beauty Contest at the opening of the 14th annual fair. She will reign throughout the fair and is eligible to represent Grant County in the finals at the State Fair Convention in Lousiville. She is the daughter of Clifford Ramsey.

Joe Antrobus, proprietor of Jody’s Roller Rink sold the business to Jess Mitts of Williamstown restaurateur and Russ Ballenger of Falmouth. Mitts said the skating rink would undergo extensive repairs and would be open in two weeks. Antrobus opened the rink in 1961.