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Today's News

  • Braves tweak fundamentals

    Over the past two weeks, Grant County Braves football has been outscored 137-32, a devastating number that coach David Arvin was upset with the performance.

    Arvin addressed the team after their 63-6 loss to Scott Oct. 7. He said he told each and every one of them to look inside and ask themselves if they don’t feel they can beat Conner not to come to practice this week.

    “We have to have 11 guys on offense, defense and special teams that believe in that for us to move forward,” Arvin said.

  • Lady Braves prep for tourney

    The Lady Braves will get ready to play in the 8th Region 32nd District Tournament on their home floor as they will have a second round match up with Owen County at 7 p.m. Oct. 12.

    No travel time makes coach Kelli Lee happy because the girls will not have time to relax on a school bus while heading to another school.

  • “The Light shines in the darkness”

    On Sept. 11, many of us remembered where we were 10 years ago on 9/11. I t seemed like evil had won a victory over good, but now we see how the light overcame the darkness. The events of 9/11 actually brought people closer.

    We saw the heroics of ordinary people doing extraordinary things in the name of God’s goodness and love.

  • Church Notes 10.13.11

    Corinth Christian
    • God has given us a message of salvation. The message of the cross is the gospel, the good news about Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection for sin. God has given us all the message of salvation. Are you doing all you can to receive the message?

    Clarks Creek Baptist
    • Oct. 20 through Oct. 22 - Bro. Scotty McDowell will be holding a revival. Each service begins at 7 p.m., with the exception of Saturday night service and it will begin with a meal at 6:30 p.m.

  • Grant 4-H to sponsor haunted trail

    Grant County 4-H will be offering Halloween fun without all the frights Oct. 22 with its first-ever haunted trail.

    The trail will be open from 6 to 10 p.m. and costs $5 per carload.

    A hayride will take families from the Grant County Extension Office on Baton Rouge Road to the “The Wetlands,” an outdoor classroom area behind Grant County Middle School.

    The hayride will leave about every 15 minutes.

    While waiting, free games and other Halloween-related activities will be available in the 4-H barn behind the extension office.

  • Walking with a purpose

    Three years ago, Carlie Fossitt lost her best friend when 14-year-old Zach Heringer died from complications from cancer.

    The Williamstown High School senior continues to raise money in Zach’s memory to find a cure for childhood cancer.

    Fossitt will be joined by fellow members of the Williamstown National Honor Society

    Oct. 15, for the 2011 Cincinnati Walks for Kids benefiting Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

  • WILLIAMSTOWN CHEERLEADERS FOCUS ON BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

    Williamstown cheerleaders hope traditional orange and black will be replaced by pink during the Oct. 20 basketball games.

    For the second year, the cheerleaders will be honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month in conjunction with the Williamstown Middle School Lady Demons’ first basketball game at home against Deming.

    The sixth and seventh grade team will play first at 6 p.m., followed by the eighth grade team.

  • Aquatic center project moves to design phase

    A joint venture for an aquatic center/classroom addition is moving along and the next step in the process is to get some public input.

    The Williamstown City Council and Williamstown Board of Education will hold a joint meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at Williamstown High School and the public is invited to share their ideas.

    The idea of an aquatic center that could be used by the community and the school district coupled with the need for more classrooms at Williamstown, brought the two entities together.

  • POLICE: LOCK YOUR VEHICLES

    What began as a few isolated incidents of items being removed from unlocked cars has turned into dozens of thefts from all over the county.

    Williamstown Assistant Police Chief Chris Hankins received several complaints a couple of weeks ago of items being removed from cars parked on residential streets in Williamstown.

    “We’ve seen both vehicles hit that were locked and unlocked,” Hankins said.

    Windows were smashed on the vehicles that were locked.

  • Test scores fall short of federal goals

    Grant and Williamstown School districts were among the more than 87 percent of school districts that did not meet federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements.

    Only two of the eight local schools met federal NCLB requirements, according to data released from the Kentucky Department of Education.

    Both Grant County Schools and Williamstown Independent as districts also did not meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in the 2010-11 school year.