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Today's News

  • Demons drop season opener

     The Williamstown Demons opened the 2017-18 boys basketball season with a loss to the Gallatin County Wildcats on Nov. 29 by the score of 78-30. 

  • Cook celebrates 40th birthday

     Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Cook Jr. and family would like to invite friends to celebrate the 40th birthday of their daughter, Paula Cook. Cook is a 1996 graduate of Grant County High School. This surprise celebration will be held at Oak Ridge Baptist Church in Williamstown on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 1 p.m.

     

  • Christmas conquers winter

     

    For many Christians, the four seasons reflect spiritual realities. In the spring you see new, resurrected life; in the summer you see fruitfulness, abundance and maturity; in autumn you see the paradox of a beautiful decay; and in winter you see death, a chilling reminder of spring’s terminal point. 

  • Taking care of lawn equipment can make a difference

     

    Taking care of your lawn and garden equipment can make the difference between having stuff that works and stuff that doesn’t! After you are finished preparing your plants for winter, don’t forget about your equipment and garden ornaments.  

  • Northern Kentucky Medical Society endorses Syringe Access Exchange program

     

    Responding to our region’s heroin epidemic takes a multi-disciplinary approach. We need to bring our health care system, judicial system, community groups and first responders together in order to make progress. 

    The Northern Kentucky Medical Society recognizes the important role that physicians can play in this response.

  • Need to know about public health in Nky? Start at the newly designed nkyhealth.org website

     

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    For many people, the nkyhealth.org website is the first experience they have with the Northern Kentucky Health Department. We consider it our virtual front door.

  • Free music concert offered by Growing Sound

     

    As your child grows, it is important to remember that social and emotional skills are an important part of their overall well-being and development.

    Social and emotional competence are key character strengths and play a critical role in kindergarten readiness in how children identify and communicate their feelings, solve problems in age-appropriate ways, and how they learn social skills.

  • POLICE REPORTS

     (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.)

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    Grant County Sheriff's Office

  • Grant County Middle School candy cane sales to buy necessities, gifts for students

     

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    The holiday spirit of giving has struck students at Grant County Middle School as they sell candy canes to raise money for gifts and necessities for fellow classmates. 

  • How The Grinch Stole Cancer parade float to help a good cause Dec. 9

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    After entertaining attendees at the Country Christmas parade Dec. 2, the Grinch Who Stole Cancer float will be making an appearance in Dry Ridge on Saturday, Dec. 9. The float, which features Whoville and, of course, The Grinch, will be at Dry Ridge Pawn from 5 to 8 p.m.