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Community News

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    I would like to invite the public to visit Webb Park. Two new play centers and swings have been recently added. The improvements were made possible because of a grant the city received from KaBOOM! and generous donations from the community. 

  • REUNION NOTICES

    CRITTENDEN ALUMNI
    The Crittenden Alumni Association will be having their annual banquet with social hour beginning at 3 p.m. and banquet beginning at 4 p.m. on May 19 at Crittenden Baptist Church.
    The public is invited to come celebrate. For information and reservations, call Julian Wills at 859-824-5772 or Ruth Glacken Meadows at 859-485-7271.

    WILLIAMSTOWN ALUMNI

  • Grant parks to host Amazing Race

    On your mark, get set, go!!

    Grant County Parks and Recreation will have their own version of “The Amazing Race” on April 28 at Grant County Park in Crittenden.

  • Crittenden teen knows first-hand how organ donations are needed

    If there is one message that Crosby Fugate of Crittenden wants to get out to the public it would be the importance of becoming an organ donor.

    When Fugate was 12 years old, he got sick.

    He couldn’t eat for days. His mother, Dorie, thought he had a virus.

    When his illness lingered, he ended up spending three weeks in the hospital.

    A liver test confirmed that Fugate had primary sclerosing cholangitis, a liver disease caused by progressive inflammation and scarring of the bile ducts of the liver.

  • Let’s pray

    Heads will be bowed May 3 as Grant County celebrates the National Day of Prayer with day-long activities.

    Volunteers from several local churches are joining to organize the event, which is in its fourth year in the county.

    “This is not about any one church or any one denomination,” said Pastor Tony McKinnon of Family Worship Center of Grant County. “This is about a community joining with the rest of the state and nation in this day of observance to pray for our country.”

  • KSP, DEA collaborate to ‘Take Back’ prescription drugs

    Kentucky State Police will partner with the Drug Enforcement Agency on Saturday, April 28 in a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from home medicine cabinets.

    This is the fourth national DEA “Take Back” initiative the agency has participated in. KSP collected over 1,000 pounds of prescription drugs during previous programs, according to a state police press release. Collection activities will take place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at KSP posts across the state.

  • HONOR FLIGHT

    The Honor Flight Tri-State organization wants to reward veterans by providing free flights to Washington D.C. to see the memorials that honor their service.

    Jouett Faulkner of Dry Ridge lived to see a dream come true when he was whisked away on an airplane last fall to visit the War War II Memorial in Washington.

    The trip and memorial had special meaning for Faulkner because he was part of the 120-man 60th Medical Battalion, Company C, who stormed Omaha Beach during WW II. There were more than 4,000 casualties during that battle.

  • Hammons serves others

    Hammons serves others
    I would like to endorse Wanda Hammons for state representative for the 61st district.  I had the privilege to work with and learn from Wanda during the Emerge Kentucky 2011 training program. Wanda was always knowledgeable, professional, and serious about serving others. Wanda has the ability to inspire and lift up communities. She has the experience, training and desire to serve the 61st district well. I know she will serve this district and all Kentuckians well for years to come.
    Jennifer K. Adams-Tucker  

  • Grant County Extension Office offers Biggest Winner classes

    Banding Together to Prevent Diabetes - Instructor: Northern Kentucky Health Department                             
    • April 18 - extension office from 6 to 7 p.m.                

  • Calhoun serves as page

    Nolan Calhoun, son of Amanda and Michael Calhoun, served as a page to Representative Royce Adams on Feb. 2. Calhoun is an eighth grader at Grant County Middle School.

    He was selected as the winner of an art and essay contest through the Family Resource Youth Services Centers of Kentucky. Calhoun is a member of the academic team, National Junior Honor Society, science explorers, broadcasting club and student leadership. He placed fourth in the state history bee and third in state geographic bee.