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August 21, 1997
Todd Covey, son of Larry and Nancy Covey, of Crittenden, received a bachelor of science degree in economics from Northern Kentucky University. He was honored as the top outstanding student in economics and was also named to the Dean’s List finishing his final semester with a 3.8 grade point average.
Judson, Eric, Jonathan and Sam Satterwhite spent the day at Northern Kentucky University with Dr. Margaret Cantrell and her graduate students and their children doing science experiments. “Krista” of Star 64 Kids Club cam and taped everyone participating in the class. They are the children of Mike and Carla Satterwhite of Dry Ridge.
August 20, 1987
The final stages of construction of the new Grant County Jail are bing completed and an open house is scheduled to give county officials and local residents a chance to tour the modern structure before inmates move in. Byron Martin, county judge executive said he was looking forward to the opening of the new jail.
Two golfers representing the Eagle Creek Country Club brought home a first place trophy after competing against 11 teams in the Boone County Golf Tournament. Tim Day, of Dry Ridge and Billy Zapp, of Florence won the competition. The victory was the first time anyone from the local country club had won the competition.
August 24, 1962
Army 2nd Lt. Floyd A. Norton, son of Floyd N. Norton, of Williamstown, recently completed the stock control course at the Quartermaster School in Virginia. The 23-year-old officer is a 1957 graduate of Williamstown High School and received a B.S. degree from Eastern Kentucky State College in Richmond.
For Sale: Six room house is Williamstown. Three bedrooms, just painted. Furnace, aluminum storm doors and windows. Located on High Street for $10,500. Four room house and bath almost in Williamstown on U.S. 25 for $4,800. Call or see Thomas Reeves Real Estate and Auction Broker. Office in Bank of Williamstown Building.