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Today's News

  • Lady Demons lose 65-50 to Lady Wildcats
  • Lady Braves fall to Dixie Heights

    The Grant County Lady Braves fell 54-38 to Dixie Heights on Dec. 5.
    The Lady Braves jumped out to an early lead at 5-2 behind good shooting from Abby West and Tiana Thornberry.  

    Less than two minutes into the game, Thornberry went for a steal at mid-court and came down in a bad way.  
    She would leave the game with a knee injury and would not return to play.  

  • Braves seniors contribute big in victory

    The Grant County Braves hosted the Fleming County Panthers on Dec. 2.  
    The Braves senior trio of Zach Tuggle, Luke Adkins and Conner McClure combined for 48 of the Brave’s points in the 76-48 victory.

    Tuggle, who led the Braves in the Nov. 29 win against Ryle in overtime with 17 points, led all scorers with 27 points.  
    He was hot from the field and the foul line.  
    With his twisting and turning moves in the lane, Tuggle often scored the basket or was fouled in the act of shooting.  

  • Corinth Fire, Dollar General sponsors Gatlinburg Relief Fund

    The Corinth Fire Department and Dollar General in Corinth are sponsoring the Gatlinburg
    Relief fund and are accepting donations of toys, clothing, coats, shoes and non-perishable food items to be donated to the Gatlinburg relief fund. Gatlinburg, Tennessee is recovering from multiple wildfires.
    Donations may be dropped off at Dollar General in Corinth on Dec. 10 and Dec. 11 or anytime at Mason-Corinth Elementary or the Corinth Fire Department through Dec. 17. For more information, call 824-9886 or 813-2037.

  • Governor appoints Dills to KY Law Enforcement Council

    Grant County Sheriff Chuck Dills was recently appointed by Gov. Matt Bevin as one of only three sheriffs to serve on the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.

    Twelve members of the council are appointed by the governor for terms of four years, including three Kentucky sheriffs, a member of the Kentucky State Bar Association, five chiefs of police and a citizen of Kentucky not coming from within the foregoing classifications.

  • Corinth mayor gets liver transplant

    After two long years of waiting for a transplant, only one word went through Corinth Mayor Billy Hill’s mind when he finally received the call that doctors had found a liver.

  • County Christmas Party
  • Change America truly needs

    Per a recent survey performed by NBC, 70 percent of Americans say the government is not working well. My question is will we rely on for true change for our nation? Roughly 100 years or so ago most the communities we live in relied upon the local church congregation for most their needs both physically and spiritually.
    The local church was the focal point of the communities and cities where people would first seek a good Bible believing and preaching church to live nearby and then would find employment to provide for the family needs.

  • Christmas brings lights, admission discount for Ark Encounter

    For the holidays. the Ark Encounter will not only be decorated for Christmas, but visitors have a chance to see the attraction at half price.
    The grounds of the 510-foot- long Ark will be lit Dec. 16-23 and Dec. 26-30 during the same days as the Christmas

    Town celebration at the Creation Museum in Petersburg.
    Admission will be half price after 5 p.m., and parking after 5 p.m. will be free.
    The Ark Encounter will stay open until 9 p.m. on those dates, with the last entry at 8 p.m.

  • Clemons looks back at first two years, has high hopes for future

    I can hardly believe that I am coming upon the end of my second year as your Grant County clerk. It seems like yesterday I was walking into the office with wide eyes and a determined heart. What a pleasure it has been serving our community and I hope to continue in this capacity for many years to come.
    When I decided to run for the position of Grant County clerk, I recognized that I had much to learn about the job if I wanted to not only maintain the integrity of the office, but also improve upon the foundation that had already been laid.