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Today's News

  • CHURCH NOTES 7-3-14

    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
    • July 9 - Revealing heart sisters dinner at 6:30 p.m. Bring a dish and gift.
    • Aug. 3 - Sixth Revival with Hillary Underwood.

  • GRACE NOTES

    Perhaps one of the most poetic and familiar passages in the gospels is the beatitudes from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.
    Jesus gathered his disciples together to teach them and began by saying, “Blessed are the (fill in the blank),” and then told them why they were blessed.

  • TURNING BACK THE CLOCK

    15 Years

    July 1, 1999
    Kristian Mulberry has been awarded a Pastor Recommendation Scholarship from Cumberland College in Williamsburg. She attends Dry Ridge Baptist Church where Rev. Willie Ailstock serves as pastor. Mulberry is the daughter of Greg and April Mulberry of Corinth.

    A Western Kentucky University student from Dry Ridge was recently inducted in to the Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society. Carla Marie Givin is a junior accounting major and a graduate of Grant County High School. She is the daughter of Chuck and Kay Givin.

  • DOWN AND DIRTY
  • Vacation is the best medicine

    Recently, I traveled to Tennessee for the July 4th holiday to see many of my family members that I had lost touch with. I come from a huge family with my great grandmother having 16 children and my grandmother having six children.
    It had probably been 10 years since I had seen most of these people. My Uncle Robbie always has a big get together on the lake.
    This is the first year I had ever been. My family is rowdy, loud and can roll with the best of them and I love every minute of it. They are mine whether they like it or not.

  • Going, going, gone fishing!

    I just flipped the calendar over and bam, it hit me that it is July already!
    I’m not sure what happened to May and June but they are in the history books now.
    This has been a weird year in terms of weather. First, we had the winter that wouldn’t end and then spring sprang and kept going and now it’s officially summer.

  • Historical society to meet

    The Grant County Historical Society will meet on Monday, July 14 at the Williamstown Baptist Church.
    Dinner will be at 6 p.m., which will be the annual carry-in picnic. Fried chicken, iced tea, plates and utensils will be provided. Bring a side dish, casserole, salad or dessert to share.
    Following dinner there will be music by the Grant County Dulcimer Group.
    During the business meeting, officer for the 2014-2016 term will be installed.
    All who are interested in history are welcome. For more information call 859-242-8685 or e-mail bb15chips@aol.com.

  • ANNIVERSARY

    Tom and Betty Trenary, of Williamstown, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 27, 2014.
    The couple were married by A. L. Osborne in 1964 at Mary Helen Methodist Church.
    In observance of their anniversary, a party will be held on July 5 at LaRosa’s in Dry Ridge.
    The Trenarys have two sons, Scott (Lori) and Keith (Marrita), both of Corinth. They also have seven grandchildren, Kodi, Tucker, Hunter, Caylin, Jared, Kati and Cassie.

  • Best-selling author visits library July 10

    New York Times best selling author, Linda Castillo, is coming to the Grant County Library, July 10. She will be there at 12:30 for an “Eat & Greet”.
    The library will be providing lunch and Barnes & Noble of Florence will be there selling her new book. Participants should register either online or by calling the Grant County Library at 859-824-2080.

  • WES student pen pals help bring Seattle couple together

    A romance that sparked with the help of some Williamstown Elementary pen pals has led to the couple getting engaged.
    When WES third grade teacher Michelle Whaley and RTI coordinator Carleen Ficker were looking for a group of soldiers to write to so they enlisted the help of Ficker’s daughter, Kelly.
    The 27-year-old Butler, Kentucky native who lives in Seattle, Washington recalled meeting Captain John Benson, 27, at a cancer fundraiser.