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Today's News

  • Red Cross distributes smoke alarms

    Two adults and three children were killed in a house fire in Maysville in October 2015, an incident that continues to haunt Brenda Hartman of Williamstown.
    With that in mind, after she and her mother, Thelma Tolle, saw the story on TV, she called and scheduled an appointment to get free smoke alarms. It is all part of the American Red Cross Grant County Home Fire Prevention Campaign.

  • GCHS, WHS graduation dates set

    Grant County High School will hold its graduation at 7 p.m. Monday, May 23 on the GCHS football field.
    Tickets will be issued only if it is necessary to move graduation to the gym because of inclement weather. There are 290 students in the class.
    Williamstown High School’s 58 seniors will graduate at 7 p.m. May 27 in the gymnasium.
    See the June 2 issue of the Grant County News for the graduation section celebrating graduates.

  • God’s got your back

    There is nothing in this world that means more to me than being in a prayer meeting with my fellow brethren and when I have seemingly prayed everything that could come to mind, just listening to my pastor pray.
    Your prayers tell a lot about your relationship with God. I’ve been in church just about all my life and I don’t believe I have heard anyone touch the throne of God faster or more effectively than the man of God.

  • Hemp, on the move

    On April 21, the eve of Earth Day, the first interstate delivery of industrial hemp from Kentucky stopped in Grant County before heading to Connecticut, where it will be spun into clothing.

    Firstly, marijuana and industrial hemp are as different as, to borrow a phrase from Mark Twain, “lightning and the lightning bug.”

  • GC Library hosts Ready to Read Fair
  • CMZ dedicates ‘Walters Walking Way’
  • Grant shut out by Ryle in five innings

     The Grant County baseball team was shut out 11-0 by Ryle on April 29, in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule.  

    The Braves fell to 6-14 on the season while Ryle improved their record to an impressive 17-3.  
    The Raider bats got hot early in the game scoring seven runs in the first two innings bolstered by four hits, three walks, a hit batter and a couple errors by the Braves.  The Raiders also had their running shoes on early.  

  • GCHS, WHS GOVERNOR’S SCHOLARS

    Grant County
    Name: Shania Young
    City of residence: Crittenden
    Parents: Mike and Tonya Young
    Future Plans: I want to be a coach and athlete trainer. I hope to receive an academic scholarship to college and be a student coach during my studies.
    Who is your biggest inspiration and why: My biggest inspiration is Becky Hammon. She was an amazing basketball player in the WNBA and became the first female coach in the NBA leading the Spurs to a summer title.

  • City of Corinth discuss ordinances

    The regular meeting of the City of Corinth Commissioners was held on April 11, 2016 at the city office.  Items discussed included the second reading of Ordinance Numbers 16-01 and 16-02 as well as discussing a possible surcharge on the city sewer bills.
    Shauna Raglan and Kalen Bruce with Kentucky Utitilies (KU) attended the meeting to discuss the franchise agreement with the city.   Raglan related that the current franchise agreement ends July 1.  

  • Hemp, on the move

    On April 21, the eve of Earth Day, the first interstate delivery of industrial hemp from Kentucky stopped in Grant County before heading to Connecticut, where it will be spun into clothing.

    Firstly, marijuana and industrial hemp are as different as, to borrow a phrase from Mark Twain, “lightning and the lightning bug.”