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Today's News

  • GC Cross Country takes second place at Mason Invitational

    The Mason County Cross Country Invite brought cooler temperatures and faster times to Grant County’s Cross Country teams. A successful tone was established in the first race of the day as the girls’ varsity race began.
    From the start, Summer Dearing had made up her mind she was going to run her fastest time of the season. Sydney Parker and Dearing worked together throughout the race picking off runners. They stayed together until Dearing used her sprinting abilities to pull away at the end, finishing four seconds ahead of Parker (21:23 ), running a strong 21:27.

  • LADY BRAVES FACE LOSS TO SK

    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team played Simon Kenton with determination and heart but it wasn’t enough.

    The Lady Braves lost 0-3 against Simon Kenton.

    “The girls have a tendency to get down when they are losing in a game. When that happens, they stop working together and everything falls apart,” Lady Braves Volleyball coach Kelli Hollenkamp said.

    “They need to find a way to pick each other up,” Hollenkamp said.

  • Braves football lose heartbreaker 6-0

    Missed opportunities and costly penalties cost the Grant County a road win in a game they outplayed their opponent.
    In an offensive struggle, the Braves were held scoreless Sept. 13 and fell 6-0 to East Jessamine.
    Coach Kevin Siple said his team let a win get away.

  • Back to the books!
  • Cloe’s love of Ag leads to state FFA degree

    For 18-year-old Morgan Cloe, her cows are more than just farm animals.

    “They are really my pets,” she said. “They each have a name and different personality so I absolutely love being able to go to the farm to work with each and every one of them.”
    Cloe took out a loan to start her herd.
    What started out has four has now grown to 15 red Angus cattle.
    Cloe also has an Appaloosa horse and a wired haired spaniel.

  • Think before you begin to master

    Author Marianne Williamson said “you must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.” What you think about God will determine the kind of relationship you have with Him. If you think of God as harsh and demanding, you’ll probably be afraid of God and keep your distance from Him. If you think of God as just an impersonal force in the universe, you’ll likely have nothing but a vague relationship with Him. But if you think about God the way Jesus does, you’ll get an accurate perspective that will lead you to fall in love with Him.

  • CHURCH NOTES 9-18-14

     Christ Community Assembly of God
    • Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Sunday morning worship at 11 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study at 7 p.m.
    • The Assembly of God church is located at 139 North Main Street in Williamstown. For more information, call 859-394-2586.

    Corinth Christian
    • Bible Book for September is 1 and 2 Colossians through Philemon.
    • Wednesday Bible study at 7 p.m. Genesis chapters 2 and 3.
    • Sept. 19 - Women’s Retreat at 6:30 p.m. at Camp Northward.

  • GRANT COUNTY MIDDLE VOLLEYBALL
  • GCHS soccer teams host DR Toyota Cup

    The Grant County High School soccer program will try to protect their home turf Sept. 20 as the teams compete in the annual Dry Ridge Toyota Invitational Cup.

    The tournament will feature GCHS boys and girls teams playing in two games each at Grant County Middle School in a quest to take home the title.

  • Hudson competes in Drive, Chip, Putt Championship

    The first Kentucky Qualifiers for Drive, Chip and Putt Championship took place recently in Lexington at the Lakeside Golf Course.