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Today's Features

  • George and Reda Lockwood of Williamstown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cheryl (Sheri) D. Wallace to Randy W. Breeden, son of Virgil Breeden Jr. of Dry Ridge and the late Helen Breeden.

    The wedding is being planned for 5:30 p.m. May 9 at Knoxville Baptist Church.

    A reception will follow at Grant County High School.

    The bride is a 1978 graduate of Simon Kenton. She is also a 2003 graduate of Northern Kentucky University. She is employed by the Grant County Board of Education.

  • From bowling and billiards to shuffleboard and softball, the Northern Kentucky Senior Games offers local seniors an opportunity to show their skills.

    The annual event will held May 11-15 in Fort Thomas, Florence, Edgewood, Newport and Burlington and is open to residents of Grant and surrounding counties.

    Participants must be 50 years old by May 11.

    “Grant County has had a few people participate each year,” said Tabatha Fryman, Grant County Parks and Recreation director and a member of the Senior Games steering committee.

  •  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    • The chamber breakfast meeting will begin at 8 a.m. April 20 at the Grant County Extension office on Baton Rouge Road in Williamstown.

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    CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS

  •  The Dry Ridge Fire Department recently received a financial boost from the federal government.

    DRFD is one of four Kentucky fire departments that has received Assistance to Firefighters Grant funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

  •  GCHS class of 1959

    Grant County High School’s class of 1959 will be celebrating their 50 year class reunion on June 27 at Triple Crown Country Club.

  •  James C. Claypool, professor emeritus of history at Northern Kentucky University, will bring an educational program to Grant County entitled “The Derby: A Celebration of Kentucky and Its Heritage” 

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    Keith and Nicole Heaverin of Dry Ridge announce the birth of their second child.

    Parker William Heaverin was born at 2:29 a.m. on Oct. 19, 2008, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.

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    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

  • Mary Sue Blackburn turned 100 years old on March 30. She was born in 1909 in Folsom, married Kell Blackburn on May 18, 1927 and had one child, Faywood Taylor.

    She is the oldest living out of all her sibilings. Blackburn loved to garden and would do everything in a dress and an apron. She made everything the family ate.

    “I can remember grandpa would go to the store for flour, tea, sugar, coffee, salt and pepper and that’s it,” said Rita Taylor her granddaughter.

    Blackburn was a housewife and worked on the farm.