Today's News


    July 3, 1997
    Leland Roberts III has joined the United States Army Reserve under the Delayed Training Program at the U.S. Army Recruiting Station in Columbus. The program gives young men and women the opportunity to delay enlistment into the army for up to one year before reporting to basic military training.

  • A good night’s sleep

    I am not a big video gamer type of guy but occasionally I will get a wild hair and fire up the ol’ Playstation 2 and play a game or two. I did it yesterday when one of my girls was trying to play a college basketball game and she was playing as my beloved Kentucky Wildcats and the other team was the rival Mississippi State Bulldogs. She was doing pretty bad (losing by 10 points…in the first quarter) so I had, to commandeer the controller from her hand and redeem my national championship teams honor. Of course, I didn’t fare much better.  

  • CHURCH NOTES 7-5-12

    Corinth Christian
    • The book of First Chronicles tells us that the Lord told Solomon, that if His people will humble themselves, pray, seek him and turn from sin, He would forgive their sins and heal their land. Are you doing all you can to seek the Lord and present Him to others?
    • July 29 - Grant Manor Visitation at 2:30 p.m.
    • Aug. 5 – 10 - -Revival with Kent Allender, nightly at 7 p.m. and Sunday Morning at 11 a.m.

    Family Worship Center
    • July 4 – No Wednesday services.

  • Bad week, good news

    The other day a co-worker posted on Facebook that it had been a week from hell. We had all felt it. It was as if a black cloud hovered over us, raining down all kinds of bad. We had made mistakes, tempers flared. Fingers pointed. Cranky people called which didn’t help our own crankiness. We scowled. We skulked. We wished we were any where but here.

  • Vacation Bible School at St. William Catholic

    Ritchie graduates from Transylvania

  • Perfect Attendance
  • Williamstown teen becomes published author

    Move over, J.K. Rowling.

    A 14-year-old Williamstown teen recently became a published author when her short story was chosen from more than 800 submitted to be in a book.

    Carly Middleton, who will be a freshman at Williamstown High School, is one of 50 young writers from fifth to 10th grade showcased in

    “Your Stories: Volume 1” by teenage author Taylor Joseph.

    She is the daughter of Greg and Misty Middleton.


    Sam Perry of Williamstown and Harold McClure of Dry Ridge won the third annual Kiwanis Charity bass tournament held on May 12 at the Williamstown Marina on Williamstown Lake.

    They culled 12 keepers for an eight fish limit, weighing 14.22 pounds. Second place went to Bill Cox of Florence and Bill Bumker of Walton with seven fish weighing 14.16 pounds with the big fish of the tournament weighing 4.34 pounds. Third place went to David and Danny Jones of Berry with seven fish weighing 11.44 pounds.