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Today's News

  • Accomplishments piling up for Jump

    David Jump has accomplished things at Williamstown High School that most players can only dream of. From becoming a member of the prestigious 1,000-point club to setting the school record for most 3-pointers in a game, Jump’s success on the hardwood has made him a local legend.

    But it hasn’t come easy for the 5-foot-10 guard. Jump has had to overcome adversity throughout his career to become one of the most talented players to wear a Williamstown jersey.

  • Tranquility Day Spa opens in Dry Ridge
  • Make a difference for our county's youth

  • Wildcats & More

    No, the recently opened The Kentucky Shop in Dry Ridge is not shutting its doors.
    In fact, the store, which opened in October 2013, is expanding what it offers.
    “We’re excited about the new changes,” said Junior Fortner, who co-owns the business with Shane Caudill. “We’re looking to get the word out in the community. It’s been talked about, ‘Are you closing?’ No, we’re not closing. We’re diversifying to better what we carry for the community.”

  • Historic legislation and protecting citizens

  • Grant County High School
  • SHERMAN ELEMENTARY JANUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
  • HARRELL NAMED YPA WINNER

    Kayla Harrell is the Williamstown High School Youth Performance Award winner for February.
    She is a senior at WHS and is the daughter of Timothy and Sandy Harrell of Williamstown.

    How would you describe yourself? I am determined and self-motivated person. I am easy-going and have a bubbly personality.

    Extra-curricular activities: Cheerleading, Future Farmers of America and marching band.
    What is your community involvement? Various community services including trash pickups and helping ring the bell for the Salvation Army.

  • A question posed to me

    I was at a funeral recently and was asked by someone I met who was born and raised in Washington D.C.: “What do you see as the future for the church in 2014 and even further out?”  My reply was this: I see a future sifting of churches, individuals, pastors and denominations, meaning that I see the challenge to Christians, churches, and denominations growing in a way that will force people to decide whether or not to stand for historic orthodox Scriptural values, beliefs and morals.  

  • CHURCH NOTES

    Christ Community Assembly of God
     • March 7 and March 8 -  The church is participating in the Call To Purity conference to be held at Williamstown Baptist.  If you need more information on the conference or the church, call Rhonda Fields at 859-394-2586.
    • Wednesdays - Adult Bible study and Children’s night at 7 p.m. A light supper will be served. 
    • Sundays - Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11a.m.; prayer at 3:30 p.m.; Wednesday service with adult Bible fellowship and KidZone at 7 p.m.