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  • Man wanted locally, charged in Fla. murder

    A Kentucky man who is wanted for sending life-threatening messages to a Grant County woman is in a Florida jail for allegedly killing a man with a hatchet.
    Arthur DeCarvalho, 26, of Crescent Springs was arrested by the Pinellas County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office on June 7.
    He is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 50-year-old David Elsey.
    When the crime occurred, DeCarvalho was wanted in Grant County after allegedly violating a domestic violence injunction when sending the mother of his child violent text messages.

  • Best-selling author visits library July 10

    New York Times best selling author, Linda Castillo, is coming to the Grant County Library, July 10. She will be there at 12:30 for an “Eat & Greet”.
    The library will be providing lunch and Barnes & Noble of Florence will be there selling her new book. Participants should register either online or by calling the Grant County Library at 859-824-2080.

  • A final resting place

    Tina Gordon finally got the call on Jan. 3 that the Gordon family had been waiting on for more than 60 years.
    “I was so excited,” she said. “I couldn’t wait to go and tell Cliff.”
    Clifford Gordon, Tina’s father-in-law, had kept hope that his baby brother, Paul Marshall Gordon, a soldier in the Korean War, would finally be laid to rest at home in Grant County.

  • Vandals paint graffiti at Grant park

    A storage building toward the front of Grant County Park in Crittenden was vandalized last week with vulgar words painted on metal siding.
    The incident, which is being investigated by the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, happened sometime overnight June 18 with the graffiti being noticed as preparations were being made for the final day of Little Dippers Camp at the park.

  • 2014 Relay For Life Team Totals:

    • St. Elizabeth Physicians, Crittenden - $5,357.80
    • Wal-Mart - $3,834.95
    • Forcht Bank - $3,621.15
    • State Farm Insurance - $3,397.85
    • Grant County News - $3,252
    • Performance Pipe - $2,974.03
    • DC’s Dream Team - $2,774.08
    • Williamstown Schools - $2,600.36
    • Dry Ridge Fire Dept. - $2,582.25
    • Heritage Bank - $2,431.53
    • Mrs. Vickie’s Wildflowers - $1,876
    • Williamstown United Methodist Church - $1,556.39

  • Extension office offers classes

    The Grant County Extension Office, 105 Baton Rouge Road, Williamstown has scheduled classes for the month of June.
     • Beginning Canning and Food Preservation from 6 to 9 p.m. July 10 at the Grant County Extension Office. Class size is limited. No registration fee, call 859-824-3355 to register.

  • TURNING BACK THE CLOCK

    15 Years

  • Express deadlines change

    The Grant County Express news and advertising deadline will be 3 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning this week.
    The change is necessary due to changes at the Cynthiana Post Office, where the Express is weighed and mailed.

    The Express will continue to be delivered in homes and mailboxes by Monday.
    “We hope this is not inconvenient for our advertisers or readers, but it could not be helped,” Jamie S. Baker, editor of the Express said.

  • Kiwanis auction raises money for community projects

    Are you looking for a manicure or pedicure or would you rather get your oil changed? What about a boat motor or tickets to a University of Kentucky men’s basketball game?.

    If you’re in the market for something unusual or even something antique, then the 19h annual Kiwanis auction is for you.

  • FIRE!

    Two Grant County families had to find other accommodations after their homes were heavily damaged in separate fires.
    Nathan Yazell was cooking hamburgers and French fries around 6 a.m. on Jan. 19 after getting off work at Toyota when grease caught his tri-level home on fire.

    When firefighters arrived around 6:20 a.m. smoke and fire were billowing out the windows.
    “There was not a whole lot we could save when we got there,” Williamstown Fire Chief Les Whalen said.