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Today's News

  • 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.

  • Demons down Trimble County 8-3

    The Williamstown Demons baseball team took the field March 26 to try and earn their third win this season as they took on Trimble County.
    The team played great and set the tone early to win 8-3.

    Starting the game, the Demons came out with hot bats.
    It took the team one inning to get on the board first and get the lead.
    Strong defense and another fantastic outing by junior pitcher Chris Parsons kept the visitors scoreless for three innings.

  • Grant battles Pendleton on tennis court
  • Lady Braves suffer 16-3 loss against Cooper
  • KELLS NAMED YPA WINNER

    Nicholas Kells is the Grant County High School Youth Performance Award winner for February.
    He is a sophomore at GCHS and is the son of Greg Kells and Michele Middleton of Dry Ridge.
    Extra-Curricular activities: Varsity soccer, national English honor society, technology student association (VP), Mu Alpha Theta (math honor society), student council (vice president for class of 2018), future problem solving team, VEX Robotics and Northern Kentucky youth advisory board member.

  • CHURCH NOTES

    Bethany Baptist
    • April 3 – April 6 – Revival with Rev. Johnny Jervis.
    • Sunday School at 10 a.m.; worship service at 11 a.m. and evening worship at 7 p.m.
    • Pastor - Donald Joe Kannady. The church is located at 7770 Lawrenceville Road in Holbrook. For more information, call 859-391-5993.

    Bible Believers Baptist
    • Meeting times are Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Sunday service at 11 a.m.; Sunday evening at 6 p.m. and Thursday prayer and Bible study at 6:30 p.m.

  • Hell is real

    As he became the dead man walking, the priest walked closely behind reading accounts from the Bible concerning hell and its eternal torment. Approaching the electric chair, the criminal looks back at the priest and says, “If the place you read about is real, and there is a possibility that I may go there in a few moments, then why haven’t you told me about it sooner?

  • Deputy judge’s absence stirs controversy

    Controversy has swirled around Grant County Deputy Judge-Executive Scott Kimmich being paid while out of the office to recover from a health scare.
    Kimmich returned to work full-time at the courthouse last week after receiving a letter from his doctor, according to Judge-Executive Steve Wood.
    However, some have complained that Kimmich should not have been paid while he was in the hospital and recovering from home.
    Williamstown resident Howard Chipman requested numerous open records, including pay sheets, and recently took them to the Grant County grand jury.

  • GCMS Archery targets to be the best

    Archery was adopted as a sport in Grant County in 2014 and was initiated by the Grant County Board of Education.

    Chad Leigh, an eighth grade math teacher at Grant County Middle School took the coaching position at the middle school level and began working with students at Grant County Middle School. He is currently in his second year as the Grant County Middle School Archery coach.
    Leigh is no stranger to archery as a sport.

  • Grant County Soil Conservation winners