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Today's News

  • Lady Demons sweep season series

    It was more than a three-set match.

    It was a three-act drama with highs and lows, spikes and digs.

    When Grant County and Williamstown’s volleyball teams matched up for the second time this season, they battled back and forth until the final point, when the Lady Demons came out with a win Sept. 15.

  • Braves host GC Invitational

    The Grant County boys’ golf team is thinking of their tournament as a tune-up before the regional tournament.

    The Braves hosted the Grant County Invitational on Sept. 19 at Eagle Creek County Club, the site of the regional tournament on Sept. 28.

    The Braves finished 10th, while Williamstown’s boys’ varsity finished 18th.

    “It was a crazy day,” Braves coach Lance Robinson said. “We finished behind Highlands and Mason County (region opponents), but it was a hard day. We didn’t get the team score we wanted.”

  • Youth Cross Country Series

    Girls Middle/High School

      1 Destiny Simons              6:48.6    

      2 Courtney Colson              6:55.9    

      3 Hayley Leach                 7:06.3    

      4 Elizabeth Robinson           7:26.5    

  • Braves finish first in tourney

    Last year, goalkeeper Cory Kearns learned about being in goal during a shootout that would decide a tournament championship.

    Kearns was a sophomore last season and in the Grant County Invitational found himself in his first shootout in the championship game. The Braves ended up losing, but the experience paid off when Kearns helped the Braves advance to the regional championship after the Braves defeated Bourbon County in a shootout in the semifinals last season.

    This year, he found himself in the same position and again helped lead the Braves to victory.

  • Police beat 9-24-09

    Deputy Mike Garvey investigated an accident at 5:54 a.m. Sept. 8 on Dixie Highway. The drivers involved were Pamela M. Horton, 59, of Dry Ridge, driving a 1997 Chevrolet and Mary V. Glacking, 56, of Demossville, driving a 2008 Kia.

    Deputy Lee Jacobs investigated an accident at 7:55 a.m. Sept. 14 at Grant County High School. The driver involved was Zachney S. Woods, 17, of Dry Ridge, driving a 1972 Chevrolet. Woods struck a parked 2002 Mitsubishi belonging to Deborah Schafer.

  • Braves fall to Western Hills

    Giving up big plays on defense and turning the ball over on offense hurt the Grant County High School football team when they faced Western Hills.

    The Braves were defeated 49-6 on Sept. 18.

    “Nothing really worked on offense all night long for us,” coach Mike Davis said. “We knew we were going in to play a senior-dominated team, but they beat us up front and it’s another week of frustration.”

  • Community Calendar 9-17-09

    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    • The Chamber breakfast meeting will begin at 8 a.m. Sept. 21 at the Grant County Extension Office on Barnes Road in Williamstown.

    CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS

    • The Williamstown Main Street Merchants will meet at noon Sept. 22 at the Grant County Chamber of Commerce. Call meeting facilitator Mandy Green at 824-4488 for more information.

    • The Williamstown Kiwanis will meet at noon Sept. 23 at El Jalisco Mexican Restaurant in Williamstown.

    CLUBS

  • Bank of Kentucky buys Integra

    The Bank of Kentucky, which is headquartered in Crestview Hills, purchased three branches of Integra Bank, including two in Grant County and one in Warsaw.

    Integra has locations in Dry Ridge and Crittenden.

    Bank of Kentucky has two locaions in Dry Ridge - one on Taft Highway and one inside Wal-Mart.

  • Rich takes over helm of Williamstown police

    There’s a new chief in Williamstown.

    Al Rich, a resident of Williamstown, began his duties as the city’s police chief on Sept. 1.

    Rich was one of six applicants. He was selected by a committee appointed by Mayor Glenn Caldwell.

    “He brings a lot of experience and a different eye,” said Caldwell.

  • Swine flu scare?

    The good news for Grant County is that the N1H1 flu hasn’t been “confirmed” in the community.

    “We do not have a ‘confirmed’ case of swine flu,” said Nancy Howe, director of public information for Grant County schools, following reports a case had been confirmed at one of the district’s elementary schools.