Today's News

  • CMZ students go crazy for chicks
  • Bohman competes in USTA state championship

    Courtney Bohman, a seventh grader at Grant County Middle School, competed April 26 at the USTA Trampoline and Tumbling State Championship in Somerset.
    Bohman had a great meet finishing as state champion on double mini, state runner-up on the rod floor and fifth place on the trampoline.
    Only the top 10 finishers of the state championship qualify for the National Championship. Bohman qualified in all three events and will represent the state of Kentucky and Fitstop Gymnastics at Nationals on June 17 through June 22 in Louisville.

  • Williamstown Track places in regionals

    • Megan Perkins; 100m finals; placed 18th with a time of 15.80. Perkins also placed 19th in the 200m finals with a time of 32.34.

    • Olivia Harden; 100m finals; placed 19th with a time of 16.06. Harden also placed 17th in the 200m finals with a time of 31.98.

    • Walker Angell; 100m finals; placed 20th with a time of 13.41. Walker also placed 20th in the 200m with a time of 27.63.

    • Dustin Smith; 200m finals; placed 15th with a time of 26.26.

  • Coach G’s basketball camp to be held June 16-18

    Grant County High School will be hosting the Coach G’s Braves Basketball Camp from 9 a.m. to noon for kindergarten through fourth grade and from 1 to 4 p.m. for grades fifth through eighth on June 16 through June 18. This camp is for boys currently in grades K-8.  

  • Lamp places second in Interscholastic Equestrian Association

    Marissa Lamp, daughter to Tamie Lucas of Grant County, is a member of the Interscholastic Equestrian Association.  Lamp is part of a team that rides for the Double H Ranch located in Burlington. The coach is Lynlee Foster.  

  • Lady Demons end season with district loss

     The Williamstown Lady Demons were their own worst enemy in first round action of the District 32 tournament that kicked off May 19 at Grant Co. High School.
    The Lady Demons committed no fewer than eight errors and allowed four more runners to reach base via walks while managing just two base hits themselves in an 8-1 loss to district favorites Walton-Verona.


    A Memorial Day ceremony is planned for 1 p.m. on Monday, May 26 at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North in Williamstown.
    The guest speaker will be Kentucky State CSM Thomas E. Chumley Jr.
    There will be a wreath laying ceremony followed by refreshments provided by te Williamstown Woman’s Club.
    For more information, call 859-823-0720.


    For 24 hours a day, 365 days a year since 1937, in rain sleet, snow and the sweltering heat, men guard the resting place of three unnamed service members in Arlington National Cemetery.
    Jonathan Gatewood of Dry Ridge joined the armed forces after he graduated Grant County High School two years ago. After extensive training he was chosen for the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard.”
    “These guys want to be here, they work hard to stay here,” Sergeant of the Guard, Sgt. 1st Class Tanner Welch said.

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