Today's News

  • CHURCH NOTES 5-22-14

    Christ Community Assembly of God
    • Wednesdays the church is studying the Walk of Repentance at 7 p.m.  
    • Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Sunday morning worship at 11 a.m.
    • The Assembly of God church is located at 139 North Main Street in Williamstown. For more information about the church, call 859-394-2586.

    Corinth Christian
    • God is our protector. He watches over every day and night. Feel God’s love in your heart. He does care. Read His word everyday.
    • The Bible book for May is Acts.

  • Inmate death brings lawsuit

    The estate of an inmate who ultimately died after suffering medical issues at the Grant County Detention Center has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
    Mark Burden filed the lawsuit in federal court in Covington as representative of the estate of Danny Ray Burden.
    The allegations include violation of civil rights, negligence, infliction of emotional distress, wrongful death and conspiracy.
    The many defendants include Jailer Terry Peeples, multiple jail employees, an inmate trustee and employees of Advanced Correctional Healthcare.


    Neighbors in Warsaw Place Apartments in Dry Ridge were surprised to find five police cars sitting in their parking lot when word spread that something was taking place on May 7.

  • Grant County Track places in regionals

    • Brianna Cid 100m finals; placed 17th with a time of 15.43.      
    • Tristan Ensminger; 100m finals; placed 12th with a time of 12.41.     
    • Summer Dearing; 1600m finals; placed seventh with a time of 5:57.16.     
    • Mollie Pelfrey; 200m finals; placed ninth with a time of 28.91.     
    • Tristan Ensminger; 200m finals placed 13th with a time of 25.44.     •  4x400m finals with a time of 4:55.16     

  • WHS Archery helps out team in need, qualifies for World’s

    The Williamstown Archery team scored high enough to qualify for the World Championship for the second consecutive year.

    However, it was another feat by the students and parents at the National Archery In Schools Program Nationals in Louisville that may have been more impressive.
    Of the more than 10,000 archers that participated this past weekend, three are lucky to be alive after a charter bus carrying a 13-person archery team from Lawton, Oklahoma to Louisville caught fire.

  • GC Lady Braves win 14-6, honor senior
  • CMZ celebrates Derby Day
  • WHS seniors auction off services
  • WES fifth graders make memories during D.C. trip

    It may have only been four days, but for some Williamstown Elementary fifth graders Washington D.C. was a trip they will remember for the rest of their lives.
    Thirty-nine students left April 23 to see monuments, landmarks and sites they had only read about in their history books.

    Fifth grade teacher Deanna Wynn described the trip as a great learning experience for the students.
    “Words cannot describe the feeling to watch the students see these things,” she said.