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  • GCHS seniors sign with KY FAME

    The Grant County Schools Career and Technology Center, now in its fourth year, is establishing itself as a “go to” center for regional employers to find and develop qualified, young recruits.

    Among the entities looking at the CTC students is the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (KY FAME). KY FAME is a company-sponsored partnership of regional employers who share the goals of creating a pipeline for high-demand, highly-skilled workers. 

  • GCMS student performs for WWII vets




  • Grant loses to S. Oldham 17-2 in regionals

    If hitting is contagious then the South Oldham High School baseball team was happy to share Wednesday as they rolled to a 17-2 win over Grant County in the 8th Region tourney semi-finals.

    After scoring three runs in the top of the first inning, the Dragons exploded for seven runs in the second and five more in the third to put the Braves away.

  • Mills signs with Union






  • WHS Graduation
  • US 25

    Yard sale enthusiasts are expected to travel U.S. 25 from Crittenden to Corinth today through Saturday for the fourth annual U.S. 25 yard sale.

    The historic highway plays host to the nearly 250-mile yard sale that spans from the Ohio/Kentucky border through Tennessee to Georgia.

    The U.S. 25 yard sale aims to mimic the popular U.S. 127 corridor sale, said Judy Wigginton, of Williamstown. Wigginton had the dream of the sale and has worked the last few years expanding its reach into other communities and states.

  • Vote recanvass does not change results

    A recanvass of votes in two Republican races in the May primary election did not change the outcome.

    James Comer had requested a recanvass after falling short by only 83 votes on election night.

    However, after all 120 county board of elections in the state rechecked the vote tallies, winner Matt Bevin still had 70,480 votes compared to 70,397 for Comer.
    Comer conceded the election to Bevin after the recanvass results.

  • Summer splash takes a dip in 2015

    A dip in funds and a slide in attendance led to the cancellation of the annual parks and recreation summer camps this year.
    Summer Splash and Little Dipper camps at Grant County Park in Crittenden will not happen in 2015, but the plan is to retool the program for next year.

  • Summer reading kicks off June 6

    Bam! Pow! Read!
    Grab your cape and put on your mask as the Grant County Public Library gets set to kick off its annual summer reading program.
    The theme for this year’s summer reading, which runs from June 6 to July 24, is superheroes.
    More than 450 people of all ages registered for the program last year.
    “We want to keep them reading,” said Cheryl Clemons, children’s librarian.