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  • Free trees available for Crittenden residents

    Crittenden residents have an opportunity to pick up and plant a new tree at their homes.
    A thousand trees are being donated by the Kentucky Division of Forestry, who received a grant to help people replace trees lost or damaged in the 2012 tornado.
    While the exact date of availability of the trees has not been announced, they are expected to arrive at the Crittenden City Building the week of April 11.
    Residents who would like a free tree can contact the city building at 859-428-2597 to see if the trees have arrived.

  • Seminar to focus on growing business

     

  • Debate continues over Ark road improvements

     

  • Light the Night promotes power of prevention

     

  • Marshall promoted to editor

    Bryan Marshall is taking on a new role with the Grant County News.
    Marshall, staff writer since 2009, has been named editor following the resignation of Publisher Jamie Baker-Nantz to take another job.
    “I am excited about the opportunity to lead the Grant County News as editor. Jamie has built this newspaper into something the community should be proud of and I hope to continue that success,” Marshall said.

  • Resource officers utilize body cams

    Nearly everyone has a video camera at their fingertips in a world fueled by technology.
    Social media even further increases access to images that would otherwise be unseen to the masses.

    As officer-involved shootings become news nationwide, law enforcement look to turn the cameras around as body cameras become popular tools.  

  • BAKER-NANTZ LEAVES NEWS

    After nearly three decades, Jamie Baker-Nantz is saying goodbye to the Grant County News and hello to a new opportunity.
    Baker-Nantz recently accepted the position of executive director of the Grant County Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Authority.
    She will fill the role left vacant after Wade Gutman retired in December.
    Baker-Nantz’s last day with the Grant County News was March 30.

  • All-day preschool begins next year

    Amanda Newman knows the benefits of preschool in preparing students for kindergarten.
    She has been on both sides.

    In her third year as a preschool teacher at Crittenden-Mt. Zion Elementary, Newman spent one year each teaching kindergarten at CMZ, Mason-Corinth Elementary and Sherman Elementary.
    “Kindergarten is packed with so much information that students who attend preschool will have all the pre-literacy and pre-mathematical foundation blocks in place for learning to happen naturally,”

  • Jim Wells reflects on first year as DR mayor

    With your first year in office over, what accomplishments are you most proud of and why?
    Wells: I’m most proud of increasing the police department staffing and working to ward making Piddle Park a clean, safe and thriving park.

    Looking ahead, what are a few goals you still would like to work towards?
    Wells: We are working to make Dry Ridge a business-friendly location. We are aggressively working to attract more business from retail to restaurants and fabrication to production.

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