Today's News

  • Lady Braves lose heartbreaker to Simon Kenton

    First, a quick history lesson: Coming into the Dec. 11 game in Independence the Lady Braves had dropped their last five games to Simon Kenton by a combined score of 342-162.
    Many thought this game wouldn’t be any different.

    But, nobody told this year’s Grant County Lady Braves that memo.
    From the beginning of the game, this was a different contest.  The Lady Braves jumped out to an early lead thanks to some good ball movement and pinpoint shooting by guards Macy Wright, EJ Kearns and Shelby Harmeyer.  

  • Lady Demons fall 76-46 to Walton-Verona
  • Archery

    (Editor’s Note: The Grant County News publishes all items in police beat that are submitted from each individual police agency. The News does not omit names from police reports.)

    Deputy Tony Stigers executed a warrant for Justin McNerney, 36, of Dry Ridge, for flagrant non-support, at 1:53 a.m. Dec. 7 on Spillman Drive. McNerney was lodged at the Grant County Detention Center.

  • Suspects plead not guilty to murder

    Two men alleged to have killed 54-year-old Dry Ridge resident Randall Russ pleaded not guilty Dec. 5 in Fleming County Circuit Court.
    Charles Black, 50, of Hillsboro, and Kevin Howard, 38, of Owingsville, were indicted in November on charges of murder, theft by unlawful taking, first-degree robbery, kidnapping and tampering with physical evidence.
    Howard also is charged with being a persistent felony offender.
    The indictments stem from a body discovered Oct. 1 in Fleming County.

  • Career center celebrates anniversary

    If you build it, they will come!
    That is the theory behind the Grant County Career Advancement Center on Taft Highway in Dry Ridge. The center, which offers GED classes and test preparation, as well as employment related services, childcare and transportation, recently celebrated its one year anniversary.
    THE GCCAC is a project made possible through a partnership between Gateway Community and Technical College, Grant County Adult Education, Kentucky Career Center and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

  • Swearing in!
  • Shop with a Cop

    If you’re going to attempt shoplifting, don’t do it on the Saturday that Wal-Mart is filled with police officers.
    As police officers from the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, Williamstown Police finished up shopping with 22 children in the annual Shop With A Cop program, the children got to see them in action when a suspected shoplifter was caught by Wal-Mart loss prevention and later arrested by Deputy Kevin Burke.

  • Harmeyer sets pace in Lady Braves’ season opener

    The Grant County Lady Braves jumped out to an early lead in their 2014-15 season opener against the Pendleton County Lady Wildcats and they never looked back.

    Grant County won the game 72-63 at home on Dec. 5.
    Playing with a depleted bench, the remaining Lady Braves saw all nine available players score in the game.
    Freshman Shelby Harmeyer led all scorers with a career-high 28 points and also pulled down 10 rebounds for a double-double.

  • Lady Demons rally back, but fall 73-72