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Today's News

  • GCHS MARCHING BAND PREPARE FOR SEASON

     
    Director: Dr. Tim Dailey

    Number of band members and number of seniors: 88 members with seven seniors

    Name of this year’s show: “Dilemma”

    Musical selections: Original music by Frank Sullivan

    How would you describe the show: “Dilemma” is about the inner conflict of having to make a difficult decision. After weighing options and pushing away external influences, the band learns to trust their ability to choose.

  • WHS MARCHING BAND PLAN FOR A BRIGHT SEASON

    Williamstown High Marching Band Schedule

    • Sept. 5: Bring on the Band Night at the WHS Baseball Field at 7 p.m.

    • Sept. 6: Bourbon County

    • Sept. 13: Campbell County

    • Sept. 20: Morehead State University

    • Sept. 27: at Ryle

    • Oct. 4: Simon Kenton (Mid-State Qualifier)

    • Oct. 18: Bryan Station

    • Oct. 25: 2014 KMEA SMBC Class A Quarterfinals at Madison Southern (Berea)

  • Grant County volleyball defeats Owen County 3-1
  • Lady Braves explode with 11-1 win over Carroll Co.
  • BRAVES STOMP OWEN COUNTY

    Hunter Lawson’s name will go in the record books, but the running back said he doesn’t deserve all the credit.

    The Grant County High School junior broke school records for most rushing yards, most touchdowns and points scored in a game Aug. 29 against Owen County.

    While the Braves dominated the rival Rebels all game, it was Lawson’s five-touchdown, 245-yards rushing performance that led the way in the 60-7 victory.

  • TINY TACKLERS: Grant County Youth Football
  • Grant, Williamstown have successful run at Ryle Invitational

    Grant County
    The Grant County High School cross country team sent several runners to the Ryle Invitational on Aug. 30 in Union to get a head start on their season.

    With it being a holiday weekend, members could choose to participate.
    Senior Sydney Parker opted to run, and made an impressive showing of 31st in a field of 133 girls in the varsity 5,000 meter race.

  • Scroggins qualifies for state golf tourney

    Hannah Scroggins is headed to state.
    The Williamstown High School golfer won first place in the 8th Region All-A Girls Golf Tournament to qualify for state.

    Teammate Sarah Hick also competed in the tournament.
     Scroggins will compete at the All-A State Girls Golf tournament Sept. 6 at Woodson Bend Golf Course in Burnside.

  • FACE LIFT

    Grant County Middle School students and staff were greeted with a new look when they returned to school.
    Renovations and upgrades to the Grant County Middle School had been in discussion for over a year before the project actually began. The Grant County Board agenda for Feb. 14, 2013 contained “approval of the BG-1 for Grant County Middle School HVAC,”

  • Are you up for the challenge?

    For a king of such great power like David, ruling the Kingdom of Israel was an enormous task. He constantly faced ruthless enemies, whom even he could not defeat by himself, but time and time again had to call upon God for the victory.

    It makes you wonder what God had in mind when He allowed 8-year-old Josiah to rule over the whole Kingdom. Surely so many people wagged their heads in unbelief toward the child, doubting his ability to rule such a great nation. However, Josiah had something going for him the preceding King did not.