• Wildcats & More

    No, the recently opened The Kentucky Shop in Dry Ridge is not shutting its doors.
    In fact, the store, which opened in October 2013, is expanding what it offers.
    “We’re excited about the new changes,” said Junior Fortner, who co-owns the business with Shane Caudill. “We’re looking to get the word out in the community. It’s been talked about, ‘Are you closing?’ No, we’re not closing. We’re diversifying to better what we carry for the community.”

  • Quick Lube Plus offers variety of services

    Quick Lube Plus

    Address – 1502 N. Main Street in Williamstown. Located next to Tractor Supply in the building formerly known as Jiffy Lube.

    Website: quicklubeplusllc.com
    E-mail – quicklubeplus@zoomtown.com

    Owner – Davin and Katie Plunkett

    Number of employees: 3

  • R.T. Outfitters expands offering to serve customers better

    Name of business: R. T. Outfitters Inc.
    Address: 1104 Fashion Ridge Road in Dry Ridge

    Phone number: 859-823-2221
    E-mail address: rtoutfitters@insightbb.com

    Owner: Tim Mann
    Manager: Tim Mann

    Number of employees: six

    Service provided/manufactured:

    Retail store providing work and western boots for men, women and kids and clothes for men, women and kids.
    Hours of operation: Mon-Sat. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sun. 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.

    Year established: 2000

  • horsin’ around

    Wright, of Dry Ridge, died in 2009, but his equestrian ways were left behind to his children, Cassandra Simpson and Todd Wright, who continue to operate Wright’s Stables today.
    Cassandra believes she might be responsible for her father’s lifelong love when she begged him to let her get involved with horses for a 4-H project.


    Williamstown Tractor Supply wins district champion award

  • Gotcha Lazer Tag kicks off with fundraisers, festivals

    A Williamstown couple hopes to provide families with unique fun with their new Grant County business.
    Karen and Brett Gavin started Gotcha Lazer Tag and Inflatables in June with a public event at Grant County Park in Crittenden.

    Since then, the couple has been spreading the word of their business through private parties, fundraisers and festivals such as Marigold Day.

  • Dry Ridge Auto provides fair prices, excellent service

    Name: Dry Ridge Auto Parts
    Address 17 S. Main Street.
    Dry Ridge


    Owner- Dave Brockman

    Number of Employees – 6

    Service provided – auto repair and new auto parts
    Hours of operation – 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. M-F and Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Year established: 1980

  • New chiropractic center opens in Williamstown


    A new chiropractic center opened its doors to serve the community.

  • Forever Expressions captures smiles, memories


    Name: Forever Expressions Studio

    Address: 1218 A - N. Main Street, Williamstown

    Phone number: 859-824-1200

    E-mail: nikkim1060@yahoo.com

    Owner- Nikki Marshall

    Service provided – photography

    Hours of operation – 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and nights and Sundays by request only.

    Year established: 2013

    Special features: Offers monthly specials and “a world of patience.”

  • Dry Ridge business offers surprise


    If you’re looking for an unexpected surprise, smack dab in the middle of Dry Ridge, then you’ve found Serendipity, a new business venture among five friends.

    Serendipity is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The shop is an older brown, brick home on Broadway and is full of furniture, some old, some newer and some re-purposed with a snazzy coat of paint. It also features original art, paintings, antiques and jewelry.

    “We just want this place to be a pleasant surprise when people stop in,” said Paul Jacob.