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Today's News

  • Farm Service office consolidates with Pendleton

    James Furnish has gone through this before.

    His first job at the Kentucky Farm Service Agency in Nicholas County ended in 1996 when the office closed.

  • News seeks Special Valentine nominations

    The Grant County News wants to hear about someone special in your life.

    It could be your sweetheart, your children, your parents, a neighbor or family friend.

    The News staff wants to know why they are special.

    If your letter is chosen, your special someone will be featured in the Feb. 12 issue of the Grant County News.

  • Williamstown names students to honor roll

    A Honor Roll

    Sixth Grade

    Chris Albers, Derek Cummins, Savanna Grissett, Jessica Gutapfel, Lauren Harmon, Sarah Hicks, Mari Johnson, Sidney Jump, Cameron Varner and Jessica Wainscott.

    Seventh Grade

    Viresh Dayaram, Kayla Harrell, Jordan Howard, Hannah Kinsey, Richard Osborne and Tucker Trenary.

    Eighth Grade

    Cecile Avery, Alec Dalton, Mary Ostertag, Jeffery Pinkston, Morgan Potter and Alex Prokopchak.

    Freshmen

  • News observes MLK holiday

    The advertising and news deadline for the Jan. 19 issue of the Grant County Express will be 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 14.

    The news and advertising deadline for the Jan. 22 issue of the News will be 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 16.

    In observance of the Martin Luther King holiday, the News office will be closed on Monday, Jan. 19.

     

    Due to the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. 19, the News will observe the following deadlines:

    Express:

  • One stop makes school enrollment easier

    Parents new to the community now have a one-stop site to be welcomed and enroll their children in Grant County Schools.

  • Special Valentine nominations wanted

    The Grant County News wants to hear about someone special in your life.

    It could be your sweetheart, your children, your parents, a neighbor or family friend.

    The News staff wants to know why they are special.

    If your letter is chosen, your special someone will be featured in the Feb. 12 issue of the Grant County News.

  • Wolz girls earn second honors at Covington Latin

    Emily and Lynn Wolz earned second honors for the first quarter at Covington Latin School.

    They are daughters of Tom and Melissa Wolz of Dry Ridge.

  • Lady Demons get district win

    With the way the Williamstown Lady Demons were playing, not even a three pointer at the buzzer could stop them from taking down Walton-Verona on the road.

    The Lady Demons came away with a 45-44 win on Jan. 9.

  • Braves take first matchup

    Taking a 44-43 lead into the fourth quarter, the Grant County Braves knew they would have to execute in the final quarter to come away with a win against cross-county rival Williamstown, especially with the game at the Demons’ gymnasium.

    The Braves held on for a 54-50 victory, keeping them undefeated in the district and earning them bragging rights until the team’s match up again on Jan. 30 at GCHS.

  • GCHS girls fall to Wildcats

    The Grant County Lady Braves have been a streaky team all season.

    They started their season with a win, but followed that with several losses. The Lady Braves used the Grant County Invitational to kick-start their success, reeling off four wins in a row. But following losses to Simon Kenton and Pendleton County, Grant County finds themselves on the down slope again.

    The Lady Braves lost to Pendleton County 60-48 on Jan. 12.