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Today's News

  • Alzheimer’s walk
  • The good life

    Christians would get a lot further with their political and cultural recommendations if they were known as living examples of the good life, the life well-lived, and a morally flourishing and thus joyful community. But what is this “good life?” To begin with we should act as a community of grace, and as Christians we are uniquely positioned to demonstrate.  

  • CHURCH NOTES 10-16-14

     Bethany Baptist
    • 10 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. worship service and 7 p.m. evening worship.
    • Pastor - Donald Joe Kannady

    Canby Tabernacle
    • Pastor Belve Barger  The church is located on Highway 330 West.
    • Sunday services are 10 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. worship service and 6:30 p.m. fellowship and Bible Study.
    • Wednesday service at 7 p.m.
     
    Christ Community Assembly of God

  • MUD, SWEAT AND TEARS
  • NOT MISSING A BEAT

    Name of Competition:  Madison Central Festival of Bands
     Location and date: Richmond on Oct. 11

     Ranking and Awards: First in Class AAAA (Best Guard, Best Percussion); sixth overall in Finals Competition

  • CROSSTOWN RIVALS COMPETE ON COURT
  • Kellam takes 10th at boy’s state golf tourney

    Cody Kellam golfer started the state tournament off with a bogey, but the Grant County High School senior quickly bounced backed.
    The golfer, who finished 10th in the KHSAA State Golf Championships in Bowling Green Oct. 10-11, birdied his second hole by making about a 20-foot putt.  

    He would go on to make one more bogey and one more birdie for the rest of the first day while also making seven pars.  

  • WHS golfer competes at state

    Williamstown High School was represented at the KHSAA girl’s State championship this past weekend in Bowling Green.

    Junior Hannah Scroggins competed in the individual portion of the tournament and finished tied for 39th.
    Prior to the the state tournament, Scroggins won the All-A Region.
    “Qualifying for state was exciting,” Scroggins said. “I’ve never been and it was just overwhelming I guess you could say. It didn’t seem real I was going.”

  • MentorHOPE helps at-risk youth

    The statistics are alarming.
    Sixty-three percent of youth suicides are from fatherless homes.
    Ninety percent of all homeless and runaway children are living without fathers in their lives.
    Of all high school dropouts, 71 percent come from fatherless homes.
    A new non-profit, faith-based program in Grant County hopes to alter those statistics by matching local at-risk children from single parent households with Christian adults.
    MentorHOPE, a one-on-one mentoring program, targets children ages 6 to 14 years old.

  • Town hall meeting to focus on drug abuse

    Community members will gather Oct. 23 to discuss how to be part of the solution against drug abuse in Grant County.
    The town hall meeting will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Grant County High School.
    Last fall, Champions for a Drug Free Grant County held a similar town hall meeting focused on the rising heroin epidemic with more than 300 people in attendance.