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Today's News

  • Monthly landline phone fee for 911 services to be eliminated soon

    The Grant County Fiscal Court plans to abolish a $1.99 monthly fee on landline phone bills for residents after previously approving a yearly $36 charge to keep 911 emergency dispatch services afloat. 

    As landline phones become obsolete with the rise of mobile phones, Grant County’s 911 dispatch services faced serious funding issues. 

  • Library to celebrate 50th birthday

    The Grant County Public Library is recognizing its 50th year in its own building with a birthday celebration Sunday, Dec. 10.  The event will be from 1 to 3 p.m. and will include birthday cake and music by saxophonist Rusty Bird.  The first 50 families will receive a recipe booklet of staff favorite appetizers. 

  • Corinth Post Office opens Dec. 9

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  • AMR joins county-wide EMS discussion

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  • Staff are refusing to cooperate with investigation into Jeff Hoover sex harassment allegations

     Some current and former legislative staff members have refused to cooperate with the House majority leadership’s investigation into circumstances surrounding former Speaker Jeff Hoover’s confidential settlement of a sexual harassment complaint last month.

  • Demons look to rebuild under new coach
  • Lady Demons bound by ‘Practice makes permanent’

     

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    Head Coach Kasey Mason said that “Practice Makes Permanent” is a motto that the Lady Demons are trying to live by in the 2017-18 season.  

  • Lady Braves return with strong lineup

    It is no secret that the Grant County Lady Braves basketball team will be one of the teams to beat in 2017-18.  The Lady Braves return a strong lineup from last season’s team that made a strong run at the regional title.  The Lady Braves flew under the radar last season but made a strong run finishing runner-up in the 8th region.

  • Braves are quick, experienced

     

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    Head Coach Joe Utter is in his second season at the helm of the Grant County Braves basketball team. Utter wants his team to compete in all games at a high level and they want to make the regional tournament this season.  

  • 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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    Dry Ridge Police Department