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  • Turning Back The Clock 5.5.11

    May 2, 1996
    The Republican Party held their county convention in April at the Williamstown Courthouse electing five delegates and five alternatives to an executive committee representing the county at the Republican State Convention. The five delegates were John Risen, Jim Ginn, and Les and Betty Taylor of Williamstown and Damon Thayer of Crittenden.

  • Another Place in Time 5.5.11
  • Too much water swamps some plants

    Unless you are cultivating cranberries or rice, all this rain is likely thwarting your spring gardening plans; it sure is for many farmers in our area, which is my primary concern. While perspective is important in these matters, many home owners may see a little stress in their landscapes as a result of over a week of soaking rain.

  • Too much water swamps some plants


     

  • Turning Back the Clock 5-5-11

     

    15 Years Ago

  • Grant County road and lane closures due to slides and high water

    KY 2936 (Keefer Road) is reduced to one lane due to a slide near the 2.5 mile marker, approximately 1.2 miles west of US 25 Signs are posted warning motorists of the restriction as they approach the slide.

  • Grant County temporary road closure

    KY  330 (Corinth Road) – On Thursday, April 28, KY 330 (Corinth Road) will be closed to thru-traffic from U.S. 25 to KY 36 (3.2 – 7.7 mile marker) while crews install a culvert pipe near the 5.5 mile marker. Closure will take place between 8 a.m. until approximately 3:30 p.m. or until project is complete. Local traffic will have access. Work is weather dependent.

  • SUPER SURVIVOR SUNDAY - MAY 1

    The Grant County Relay For Life Committee is asking all Grant County churches to recognize and honor their cancer survivors in some way on Sunday, May 1 for Super Survivor Sunday.

    “So many of the people involved with the relay are active in our churches so we thought this was the best way to reach out and ask that they be recognized,” said Alice Ingram, the Grant County RFL team recruitment coordinator.

  • Grant, Pendleton counties provide volunteer opportunities

    The following volunteer opportunities are available in Grant and Pendleton counties:
    • Grant County
    Community Action Commission – help with food distribution, donation sorting and pickup, assist with energy assistance applications and office/clerical assistance.
    Helping Hands Ministries – help with food distribution, assist in the Thrift Store, sorting clothes and food donations, pick up donations on as-needed basis.
    St. Elizabeth Hospice - assist with patient care and respite care.

  • Did county’s weather warning system work?

    Those weren’t just high, strong winds that ripped through Grant County on April 24, but tornadoes that touched down in two confirmed locations.

    The first, classified as an EF-O touched down, in Folsom around 2:59 p.m. This tornado had wind speeds up to 75 miles per hour.