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Today's News

  • 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.

  • Braves defeat Walton-Verona on the road

    Against Walton-Verona, the Grant County Braves were looking to take hold of first place in the district.

    With a 57-53 win on the road, the Braves did just that.

    Now 3-0 in the district and 12-4 overall, Grant County is now in control of their district seed.

  • Demons bounce back with consecutive wins

    The Williamstown Demons were anxious to get back on the court after their loss to Grant County. Unfortunately for Trimble and Henry County, the Demons played with a passion to keep building on the success they have enjoyed this season.

    The Demons defeated Trimble County 56-47 on Jan. 9 and came out ahead of Henry County 56-54 on Jan. 12.

  • GCHS Speech and Drama compete across state

    On Nov. 8, 2008, the Grant County High School Speech and Drama Team attended the Scott County High School “Susan Moore” Invitational Forensics Tournament held in Georgetown. Fifteen teams from across the commonwealth were in attendance for the first official ‘kick-off’ tournament of the season.

    The team sweepstakes (the overall team competition) ended with Larry A. Ryle High School placing third with 143 points, Grant County High School placing second with 191 points and Rowan County High School placing first with 211 points.

  • Spicer named December YPA winner

    The Youth Performance Award winner for December is Felicity Spicer, a senior at Grant County High School.

    Spicer, 17, is the daughter of Chrissy and Phil Williams of Crittenden.

    Her class schedule this year includes AP English, chamber choir, pre-calculus, accounting, entrepreneurship, journalism and sociology.

    AP English is Spicer’s favorite class because she loves to write.

  • Flachs girl, Dec. 19

    Charlie Flachs and Sheila Prince of Dry Ridge announce the birth of their second child.

    Morgan Lee Flachs was born at 2:46 p.m. on Dec. 19, 2008, at St. Elizabeth South in Edgewood.

    She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 18.75 inches long.

    Her maternal grandparents are Pete and Judy Loomis of Crittenden.

    Her paternal grandparents are Charles and Joan Flachs of Corinth.

    Morgan was welcomed home by Adam Prince and Amber Flachs.

     

  • GCHS cheerleaders prepare for opportunity to repeat as region champs

    For the Grant County High School cheerleaders, the chance to perform at the KAPOS regional competition at Shelby County gives them the opportunity to repeat as eighth region champions.

    Last year, the varsity and junior varsity teams each took first place at the regional competition. Now, they’re looking for the chance to set the standard for Braves cheerleading.

  • Times, choices are tough

    Times are tough and businesses are hurting.

    I see it when I drive past local eateries and retail stores and their parking lots are nearly empty.

    I hear it in conversations around me at church, in the grocery store and at the post office.

    Business slows down and workers get laid off.

    Laid off workers don’t go out to eat which means less tips for local waitresses and waiters. Less tips mean less money to purchase items from the school fund raiser.