Ray Berger resigned from the Grant County Board of Education to travel across the country. Berger, a retired Grant County school teacher, along with his wife, planned to travel as it had been a life-long dream of both. For his many years of service, Berger was given a preliminary drawing of the new Grant County High School.
This APIT photo features the Dunn family. Pictured are from left to right, Marley Dunn, Marlyn Dunn Ransdell, the late Margery Dunn Hook, Norman Dunn, the late Melrose Dunn Lawrence and Wendell Dunn. Thanks to Williamstown resident Linda Dunn, for providing the photo, and Corinne Webster of Dry Ridge, and Freda Steinagel of Michigan and Williamstown for calling in guesses. Webster was their neighbor and went to church with them and Steinagel grew up with them and went to Mt. Pleasant Church of Christ with them.
Who among us is guilty of not noticing it until it’s too late? Yes, all of a sudden there is nothing left of your blue spruce or arborvitae. Bagworms have been munching on the needles for weeks and we wonder how it all happened. Well, they are at work right now so go outside and take inventory of your evergreens because that’s what the bagworm likes the most. Now is the time they do their damage unless we put a stop to it.
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June 20, 1996
Three Grant County teens were chosen for the Governor’s Scholars Program. Gail Kollhoff of Corinth, Lori Brown and Tracy Wright, both of Williamstown, will take part in the five week program that joins 700 high school juniors from 116 of Kentucky’s 120 counties.
No, you’re not seeing things. You really did see a Big Banana Car in downtown Dry Ridge this week.
Steve Braithwaite, of Coopersville, Pa., pealed into town in a four-passenger banana shaped car and ended up at Dry Ridge Auto Parts to get directions to the I-75 Camper Village where they planned to spend the night.
A seed of an idea has grown into a community garden that will help feed those in need in Grant County.
The Grant County Fiscal Court, Grant County Extension Service, along with the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission and the Vineyard Church of Grant County, have joined to plant a more than 1-acre community garden on the grounds of the county maintenance facility on Hopperton Lane in Dry Ridge.