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Today's News

  • WHS Band of Spirit places sixth overall

    Name of competition:  2014 Ryle Tournament of Bands

    Location and date:  Ryle High School in Union.

    Ranking and any awards:   Received second place in Class A with a score of 65.1.  Beechwood was first place with a score of 67.30.  Overall, the band placed sixth (regardless of class).  The band placed sixth in the finals with a score of 67.05.  

  • BRAVES FALL TO WALTON-VERONA

    It wasn’t a happy Homecoming for the Grant County High School Braves as the football team fell to Walton-Verona.
    The 35-14 defeat was the third consecutive loss for GCHS and drops the team’s record to 1-3-1.

  • BRAVES HOST SOCCER TOURNEY

    The Grant County High School hosted the annual Dry Ridge Toyota Cup soccer tournament. The boys bracket featured the Braves, Conner High School, Gallatin and Powell County. The girls bracket consisted of the Lady Braves, Boone, Lincoln and Spencer County.
    In the boys first round Conner beat up on Powell 7-0. The Braves took on Gallatin. The Braves came into play on Saturday with a record of 6-1, riding the crest of six straight wins, including three straight over regional opponents Henry, Owen and district rival Simon Kenton.

  • School enrollment holds steady

    With students settled into classroom routines, enrollment is holding steady at local schools.
    Grant County Schools saw a slight increase district-wide from last school year with 14 additional students enrolled this year, according to data after Labor Day.
    The total number of students in the district is 3,957.

  • Senior Salute
  • King appointed as Farm Bureau Insurance agent

    Carla King has been appointed as a new agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Insurance at the Grant County Farm Bureau–Dry Ridge Agency. King’s appointment was announced in Louisville by Chuck Osborne, Vice President of Agency Support & Marketing for KFB Insurance.
    King, a Grant County native, received a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Northern Kentucky University. Prior to joining KFB, she worked for 14 years in education and has been in the insurance industry since 2010.

  • Dry Ridge Dance features ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip hop

    Cathy Smith’s eye sparkle when she talks about her love of dance.
    It’s that passion she has for teaching others that prompted her to open Dry Ridge Dance in the Dry Ridge Outlet Mall earlier this month.
    “I live and breathe dance, 24/7,” she said, smiling.

    At 7 or 8 years old, after attending a Western show on a family vacation and seeing Can Can dancers, she told her mother that when she grew up, dancing is what she was going to do.

  • LADY DEMONS FALL 3-1 TO BELLEVUE
  • WHS pep rally kicks off school year
  • Think before you begin to master

    Author Marianne Williamson said “you must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.” What you think about God will determine the kind of relationship you have with Him. If you think of God as harsh and demanding, you’ll probably be afraid of God and keep your distance from Him. If you think of God as just an impersonal force in the universe, you’ll likely have nothing but a vague relationship with Him. But if you think about God the way Jesus does, you’ll get an accurate perspective that will lead you to fall in love with Him.