.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Local News

  • Little League program gets down, dirty

     

    Dirt is flying at Grant County Park in Crittenden as the Grant County Little League program wraps up its season and sets its sights on making improvements for next year.

  • Making the grade

     

    Williamstown High School matched its composite score from last year while Grant County High School dipped slightly in recently released ACT results.

    The data is from high school juniors who took the test during the 2012-13 school year. Those students are seniors this year.

  • Inmate sues jail

     

    A woman who was pepper sprayed after being put in a restraint chair while waiting to be booked into the Grant County Detention Center has filed a lawsuit against the facility.

  • 4-H FFA Livestock Auction
  • Fair 2013
  • Sheriff’s dept. likes new public info. tool

    Residents from Grant and surrounding counties got a chance Aug. 6 to learn more first-hand about a proposed Bluegrass Pipeline during an open house at the Williamstown Senior Center.
    The $2.9 million project, which has drawn the ire of many, is being developed by energy infrastructure companies Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP.

  • Residents seek answers during open house

    Residents from Grant and surrounding counties got a chance Aug. 6 to learn more first-hand about a proposed Bluegrass Pipeline during an open house at the Williamstown Senior Center.
    The $2.9 million project, which has drawn the ire of many, is being developed by energy infrastructure companies Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP.

  • Fair Well
  • Soldier seeks lost pet

    Josh Crupper came home to visit his family before he ships out for a tour in Afghanistan, but his visit ended in heartache when Crupper says someone stole his dog.

    Crupper and his wife, Casey, stopped at the Speedway in Dry Ridge on Friday, Aug. 2 around 10:30 a.m. on their return trip to New York.
    “We came back and he was gone,” Crupper said.
    Rusty, a 5-month-old Jack Russell, was inside the vehicle when they went inside.

  • Paddle Williamstown set for Aug. 24

    Kayaks or canoes will take over Lake Williamstown on Saturday, Aug. 24 when Paddle Williamstown returns.
    Williamstown Lake will host the third Paddle Williamstown from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  

    All power boat/jet ski traffic will be restricted during this time.
    Williamstown Mayor Rick Skinner was pleased with the first two events and hopes to show off the lake to even more participants this year.