• GCMS staff gets new faces

    Grant County Middle School has two new faces roaming the halls this year.
    One has been working with students for almost two decades and the other follows his nose, but the team is enjoying their new assignment.

    Robert Morgan is the full-time School Resource Office at GCMS. He is a deputy with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department. His partner, Toro, is a canine officer.
    Morgan replaced Frank Merritt, who worked as the school’s resource officer on a part-time basis but retired last year.


    MCE students have breakfast with mayor
    The students at Mason-Corinth Elementary had breakfast with the Mayor of Williamstown recently.
    During this visit, Mayor Rick Skinner talked about local government, making the community a healthy and active community for all the citizens of Williamstown and giving opportunities to make it better for families of the community. Skinner also talked to the students at Mason Corinth Elementary about eating healthy and starting each day off with a healthy breakfast.

  • Mason Cool Cat Awards
  • WES Star Students
  • GCMS Star Students
  • Williamstown Star Students

  • Work graduates from WGU



    Ryan Work, of Evansville, Ind., formerly of Dry Ridge, graduated from Western Governers University of Indiana recently with an MBA in Business Management.
    Work completed his bachelor of science degree in Systems Management from Western Kentucky University in July of 2012.
    Work is a 2001 graduate of Grant County High School and is the son of Nelson and Lynn Work of Dry Ridge. He is the grandson of Kathy Roland of Holbrook.

  • Jeff Green Scholars named

    Nine students from Grant County have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) for outstanding academic performance in high school. Students earn this designation by achieving a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and scoring at least a 28 composite on the ACT.
    These students have also earned $2,500 a year in Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) awards. Their awards may be renewed each year of college if they continue to earn high grades, making the total value of their KEES worth $10,000.

  • GCHS JROTC ‘tie’ up competition at Raider Rally

    The Grant County High School JROTC ‘Dog Soldiers’ travelled to Jacksboro, Tenn. recently to compete in the Raider Rally in the Valley JROTC Raider Competition sponsored by Campbell County Tennessee HS JROTC.

    There were 18 teams competing over the weekend of Nov. 22 and Nov. 23 with the awards ceremony taking place on Sunday among snow flurries and 19 degree temperatures.
    The 15th ranked team in the nation was present, along with the Past West Virginia State Champions.