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Education

  • Kuechler enjoys being down on the farm

    Mattie Kuechler, a senior at Grant County High School, has been involved with farming and 4-H, working with poultry and goats, but now she has a chance to be a member of the 4-H Cattle Club, due to her initiative and the generosity of a Grant County cattleman.
    Pete Short, a member of the Grant County Cattlemen’s Association, offered a Limousin-Angus mix calf to a worthy Future Farmer’s of America student.

  • Screening committee begins hunt for supt.

    Members of a screening committee have been selected to help the Grant County School Board choose the district’s next superintendent.

    Michael Hibbett announced in November that he will be retiring after the 2010-11 school year.

  • Cahill, Reed bid farewell to board

    Life can be like a novel with chapters: the beginning, the middle and the end. In a sense, when a chapter in life ends, a new one begins. For two former Grant County Board members Billie Cahill and Diane Reed, a new chapter begins after finishing a combined 18 years on the board.
    Cahill had been on the Grant County Board of Education for 14 years and knew that the time was right to step down.

  • DODGE BALL

     

    DODGE BALL -  Logan Durnell and India Homer, second grade students at Dry Ridge Elementary, get ready to let the balls fly during a game of dodge ball.

  • Schools celebrate 100th day of school

     

    CELEBRATING A MILESTONE - Sadonah Partin, a kindergarten student at Williamstown Elementary, holds an antique doll as part of the 100th day of school. Photo by Bryan Marshall.

  • Bishop receives BCTC scholarship

    Bluegrass Community and Technical College student, Mallory Bishop of Williamstown has received the KCTCS President’s Scholarship.
    The scholarship provides for full tuition, books and fees and is awarded to students with outstanding academic performance.
     

  • WALLACE NAMED YPA WINNER

    The Youth Performance Award winner for February is Grant County High School senior Kyle Wallace. Wallace loves baseball and hopes to play at college level. He is the son of Roger and Melissa Wallace of Crittenden. Aside from baseball, Wallace is involved in church activities.
    “My most meaningful experience was going to 2011 Winter Blitz retreat with the Williamstown United Methodist youth group,” Wallace said.

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  • Star Students

    Williamstown Elementary

  • Grant County Middle School crowns kings, queens
  • Sidener named J.D. Patton student of month

    Andrea Sidener, a senior at Grant County High School, has been named a Student of the Month for January at the J.D. Patton Area Technical Center in Ft. Mitchell.
    Sidener, 18, attends GCHS in the mornings and travels to the vocational school in the afternoons, where she is a student in the Allied Health Program.
    “I went into it (health studies) because I want to go into psychology,” Sidener said. “I thought this would give me some in depth knowledge, so that I can be sure that I want to go into it.”