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Today's News

  • DOGS STOLEN

    Several residents on Folsom-Jonesville Road are missing their best friends after reports of stolen dogs two weeks ago.

    Marsha Chaney, Grant County Animal Shelter director, said a man came to the shelter Aug. 21 asking if anyone had brought several dogs in that day.

    When Chaney told the man that no one had brought in any dogs, he said a white male, likely in his 40s, driving a grey truck with a tinted windows had taken his dog and others earlier that morning.

  • Lady Braves best Lady Demons in straight sets

    When the Grant County Lady Braves visited Williamstown on Aug. 25, it was a battle of epic proportions.
    Grant County swept the Lady Demons in three straight games by the score of 25-12, 25-13 and 25-15.  

    It was David verses Goliath, senior leadership verses youth.  
    The Lady Braves boast a 7-1 record so far this year primarily due to the experience of their players.  

    Williamstown fell to a record of 1-4 primarily due to their inexperience.  
    But the near-capacity crowd saw some good volleyball.  

  • Braves dismantle Owen County 47-14

    Grant County scored two touchdowns less than three minutes into the game and never looked back.
    The Braves destroyed Owen County 47-14 on the road to improve to 2-0 on the season.

    “We played very well and we came out ready to play,” said coach Kevin Siple. “The key for us was to get off to a quick start. We scored on our first offensive drive with only one minute and 18 seconds off the clock.”  
    The opening score came off a 22-yard pass from quarterback Joseph Knipp to Robert Spohn.

  • Grant County Chamber of Commerce Banquet Awards

     

     

     

     

    The Grant County Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Banquet was held April 23 at Main Street Gardens. Awards were given for Grant Countian and Volunteer of the Year, Community Service, Excellence In Business and Education and for the first time, two Lifetime Achievement awards.
    See upcoming issues of the Grant County News for stories about the award winners.

  • Park going to the dogs in Williamstown

    Ken Stone and his Chocolate Labrador Cocoa can be seen constantly walking side-by-side throughout Williamstown.
    For 15 months, Stone has been working on making a dog park within the city a reality, where Cocoa and other dogs can enjoy the day.
    The park, located behind the outfield at the baseball field behind the Williamstown City Building, will soon be open.

  • ‘Miss Cheryl’ instills love of reading

    Cheryl Clemons was announced as the 2016 Grant Countian of the Year on April 23 during the annual Grant Chamber of Commerce awards banquet.

    Clemons, who is retiring this month as children’s librarian at the Grant County Public Library (GCPL), has given generations of Grant County families an appreciation for reading.
    Grant Wallace, now 26, and pursuing a doctorate in materials science at Montana Tech, in Butte Montana, has fond memories of “Miss Cheryl.”

  • Lady Demons force extra innings, lose to LCA

    The Williamstown softball squad fought long and hard April 23 against the Lexington Christian Academy Lady Eagles.

    However, the Lady Demons ultimately fell 20-14 in 10 innings.
    Unlike the Lady Eagles, who went through multiple players on the mound, Williamstown’s ace Jade Pinkston pitched the whole game for the home team.

  • Braves hold off Demons for comeback win

    The matchup April 19 between host Grant County and the visiting Williamstown Demons baseball team was not boring by any stretch of the imagination.  

    The two teams met for the first time this year and the Braves held off a last-ditch effort by the Demons for a 12-11 win.
    The Demons came into the game with a 7-4 record while the Braves had been struggling early on this season with a 4-10 record.  

  • SES hosts Stallion Stampede Color Run
  • Compliance checks made for sex offenders

    A three-county sex offender compliance operation found two of 50 Grant County sex offenders checked were non-compliant.

    Operation Roundball was conducted April 13-14 in Grant, Owen and Pendleton counties by each county’s sheriff’s office, Probation and Parole and the U.S. Marshals Service.
    Law enforcement officers performed compliance checks on 91 registered sex offenders throughout the three counties, including 50 in Grant County.