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Today's News

  • 2015 WHAT MADE THE NEWS?

    From continued work on the Ark Encounter to Grant County voting to go ‘wet,’ there were many news stories on the front page of the Grant County News during 2015 that will have a lasting impact on the community.
    This is a sample of the stories from the year.

     

  • WET OR DRY? VOTE IS DEC. 22

    The voters of Grant County will go to the polls on Tuesday, Dec. 22 and decide whether all of the county will be ‘wet’ or whether it will remain ‘moist’ with liquor by the drink allowed in the city limits of Corinth, Dry Ridge and Williamstown.
    Those supporting the end of prohibition say that the impact will be a boost to the economy and increased revenue for the county’s budget.

  • WREATHS FOR CHRISTMAS
  • Main Street Gardens offers event, meeting space

    Hans Philippo has a vision for Grant County and that’s why he’s purchasing property up and down U.S. 25 and opening a variety of businesses.
    He arrived in the United States from Holland on his 23rd birthday and he had little money of his own, but he was a hard worker and had a knack for business.

  • Braves pull away for 56-40 win over rival Demons

    Walking into the gym Dec. 8, one thing was clear, it was Williamstown’s night to host cross-county rival Grant County.
    It has been all Grant County recently in this basketball matchup, but Williamstown looked to change that.
    However, after a great back and forth game where both teams had their strong points, Grant County pulled away in the fourth quarter to win 57-40.

  • Spreading H.O.P.E. one event, donation at a time

    It stands for Helping Out People Everywhere, but sometimes H.O.P.E. provides just that — hope.
    “It’s not all about the wants and the needs,” Kim Haubner, who founded H.O.P.E. in 2012 as a way to reach out to those in need. “Sometimes, it’s just about hugs and prayer. I think that’s what we lack of a lot.”
    In 2013, the organization helped more than 36,000 in Grant and surrounding counties with food, hygiene products and clothing.

  • POLICE PLAY SANTA
  • Beans opens in new location

    Four years after opening in the old Little Shrimp building, Beans Cafe and Bakery has moved to a bigger location in Dry Ridge.

    The new home for the restaurant known for ice cream, donuts, coffee, sandwiches and more will be familiar to all Grant County residents.
    Beans is now located at 21 Taft Highway in the building that housed The Country Grill for years.

  • CHRISTMAS COMES TO TOWN
  • Citizens organize against wet vote

    A group called Citizens Against a Wet Grant County has organized to fight the possibility of county-wide alcohol sales.
    A wet vote will be held Dec. 22 that if approved, will allow for the county-wide sale of alcoholic beverages at bars and restaurants as well as at liquor, grocery and convenience stores.
    The special election comes after the group, End Grant County Prohibition, submitted a petition to the county.
    Fifty-five people attended the first meeting of Citizens Against a Wet Grant County on Nov. 17.