Today's News

  • Holiday help signup deadline is Nov. 10

    The Grant County Holiday Assistance Programs in collaboration with the Family Resource Youth Services Centers and Grant County Community Service Program would like to share the following information:
    Each year Grant County residents receive holiday assistance for children from generous donations from the community.

  • Olivia Doyle

    On Aug. 23, Olivia Doyle had the honor of participating in a fashion show presented by Adopt Inc. in Lexington. The evening’s event was entitled “A Cinderella Evening” and was held at Caste Post in Versailles. The evening was a benefit designed to celebrate adoption and bless Hope for Tomorrow Children’s Home and Adopt Inc. Olivia is the 3 year old daughter of Tony and Robin Doyle of Williamstown.

  • Troopers graduate KSP Academy

  • Take a Hike

    On Oct. 22, Boy Scouts’ Kody Etler and Ben McClelland and Scoutmaster Bev Stepp from Boy Scout Troop 712 completed a 10-mile hike as part of the 2011 Trailblazer District Fall Camporee. They hiked the Old Bison Trail from Camp Michaels to Big Bone State Park.

  • Crew Leevi Walters

    Caleb and Sheena Walters of Williamstown would like to announce the birth of their second child.
    Crew Leevi Walters was born at 8:34 a.m. on Sept. 22, 2011 at St Elizabeth Medical Center in Edgewood.
    He weighed 8 pounds and three ounces and was 20 ¼ inches long.
    His maternal grandparents are Terry and Deanna Caldwell of Corinth. His maternal great grandparents are Jackie and Lovell Caldwell of Dry Ridge; and Vernon and Bea Mullins of Dry Ridge.

  • Payten Renee Rodgers

    Micheal and Krystal Rodgers of Dry Ridge would like to announce the birth of their first child.
    Payten Renee Rodgers was born at 9:48 p.m. on Aug. 18, 2011 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Edgewood.
    She weighed 8 pounds and two ounces and was 20 ½ inches long
    Her maternal grandparents are Cliff and Trish Kreke of Crittenden.
    Her paternal grandparents are Mike and Lisa Rodgers of Crittenden and Tammy Sexton of Florence.



    Chief Whalen of the Williamstown Fire Department has given the gift of life to the citizens of Williamstown. Through a grant he obtained, assembled and arranged installation of reflecting house numbers for mail boxes.
    These reflecting number plates enable ambulances to quickly locate the site of an emergency; and in 911 calls....minutes matter.


    “It means a lot to me when I don’t have food. Thank God. Thank You. May God bless you all.”
    That is what is written on the first paper plate on a stack of other paper plates all filled out with personal messages by people who had a free meal at the Free Lunch Kitchen in Dry Ridge.
    The second plate reads, “It helps with grocery bills. Also helps when I’m not feeling well. A good hot meal makes me feel better.”