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Today's Features

  • Irene Link Prather began her career in public service 39 years ago when she worked as a nutrition assistant for the Grant County Cooperative Extension Service for the University of Kentucky. She worked in that position for 23 years and retired in 1970.

    But that wasn’t her last contact with the public. In 1993, she was asked by the Grant County Tourism Board to become an employee.

    She told them she would think about it. It didn’t take long for her to make a decision to accept their offer.

  • Dear Mom,

    When I remember childhood

    You were always there

    Teaching me and guiding me

    With tender love and care.

    How special you did treat me

    With values good and true.

    I’m so thankful Mom

    That God gave me to You!

    In loving memory of

    Edna Marie Breeden

    May 13, 1927 – Jan. 23, 2006

    by Libby Jackson

     

  • Dry Ridge Elementary

    The Dry Ridge Elementary Relay for Life team will hold a $.25 auction at 6:30 p.m. May 8 at the J and B Hall in Dry Ridge.

    Grant County News

    The Grant County News Relay team will be holding a Relay Relics community sale May 9 at Grant County Park in Crittenden. More than 20 booths will be set up selling a variety of items including homemade cakes and breads, quilts, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Partylite candles and many more items.

    Total Care Pharmacy

  • Brandon and Nina Williams of Dry Ridge announce the birth of their first child.

    Braelyn Marie Williams was born at 6:17 p.m. Dec. 22, 2008, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center South in Edgewood.

    She weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 21.5 inches long.

    Her maternal grandparents are Jo Ellen Whiteker and Jackie and Susie Whiteker, of Dry Ridge.

    Her maternal great grandparents are Fern Whiteker of Falmouth and the late EJ Whiteker and the late Eugene and Nina Hopperton.

    Her paternal grandparents are Willis and Tammy Williams of Dry Ridge.

  • Kiwanis to host magic

    show May 16

    The Williamstown Kiwanis club will host a family magic show fund-raiser at 7 p.m. May 16 at the Williamstown High School Gym.

    Illusionist Roger Despard will be performing the windshear, an illusion where he attempts to pass through an industrial size fan.

    The Williamstown Kiwanis Club will be conducting a telephone ticket campaign during the next several weeks. Proceeds from the show will help with the North Key Project, Little League tournaments and scholarships.

  • GCHS class of 1984 sets date

    Grant County High School class of 1984’s 25th reunion is from 7 p.m. to midnight on June 27 at the Drawbridge Inn in Covington. RSVP must be before May 31 to be included.

    They are still looking for contact information on several classmates.  If your child, brother or sister graduated in 1984 from GCHS, contact Vanessa Beach Rose 859-393-7099 or Sandy Iseral Smith 859-525-1662 with their information. 

  • Jerry and Jamie Dunn of Dry Ridge and Mark and Robbie Gifford of Williamstown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Alisha Michelle Gifford to Weylin Roger Fairchild, son of Roger and Mintie Fairchild of Winchester.

    The wedding is being planned for 3:30 p.m. May 16 at Sherman Full Gospel Church.

    A reception will follow at JMB Center in Dry Ridge.

    The bride is a 2005 graduate of Grant County High School. She is also a student at Morehead State University.

  •  ARTS

    Members of CETA (Community Enrichment Through the Arts) will meet at 6:30 p.m. May 11 at the Grant County Tourism Commission office in the Dry Ridge Outlet Center.

  • Scott and Shelly Moore of Dry Ridge announce the birth of their first child.

    Aubrey Rose Moore was born at 9:20 p.m. on Jan. 28, 2009, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.

    She weighted 7 pounds and was 19 inches long.

    Her maternal grandparents are Jerry M. and Loretta Beach of Dry Ridge.

    Her maternal great grandparents are Opal Beach of Dry Ridge and the late Marvin Beach.

    Her paternal grandparents are Steve and Betty Moore of Crittenden.

    Aubrey was welcomed home by family and friends.

  • If it was not for Jesus, Dusty Murphy said he would not be alive today.

    The 28-year-old Crittenden man was one of four teens arrested in late 1998 for arson at several Grant County churches.

    A five-year prison term and a newfound commitment to God has led to a transformation in Murphy’s life.

    “Life as a drug-addicted, alcoholic Satanist was one that was devoid of all hope,” he said. “Every dream was shattered at some point, and I had no reason to exist. Now, I have a family, hopes, dreams and in short, a life.”