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Today's News

  • Lady Braves vs. Lady Bearcats Game Cancelled

    The Grant County Lady Braves game tonight with Walton-Verona has been cancelled due to inclement weather. No make up date has been announced.

  • Church News 1-20-11

     

  • Church size doesn't measure Jesus' presence

     

    By Nancy Kennedy

  • Another Place In Time 1-20-11

     

    Welcome to a new Another Place in Time photograph. If you know the person in the photo or where it was taken, call the Grant County News office at 824-3343 and share your guesses with us.
     

  • Consequences of drought, winter salt


    As I write, I am comforted by the snow that has accumulated on the boughs of my Nordmann fir and Serbian spruce. It is beautiful, yes, but more important the snow serves as an insulator against desiccating winds and frigid temperatures. We must not forget that evergreens, particularly broadleaf evergreens like rhododendrons and American hollies, lose a great deal of moisture through their leaves in the winter.  
    Drought effect

  • Turning Back the Clock 1-20-11

     

    15 Years Ago

  • A Blast From The Past 1.20.11

    15 Years Ago
    Jan. 20, 1996

    The Williamstown Lady Demons won the 8th Region All “A” Classic, defeating Gallatin County 63-62.

    Susan Wood, a freshman led the Lady Demons with 21 points and her sister, Beth Wood, chipped in with 20 points.

    Williamstown’s record improved to 11-3. Ed Gabbert coached the Lady Demons.

    25 Years Ago
    Jan. 17, 1986

    Williamstown junior Greg Evans joined the 1,000-point club against Carroll County.

  • Demons face Warriors in All “A” Classic

    The 8th Region All “A” Classic can be a second chance for a struggling Demons team, as they get a first-round match with Eminence Jan. 19 at Owen County High School.

    The Demons (1-14) have fallen on some tough stretches including a 13-game losing streak to start the season.

  • Lady Braves have tough road ahead

    After suffering a disappointing defeat against Oldham County 80-63, Jan. 14 at Grant County High School, the Lady Braves will have to gear up for three district games this week, including county-rival Williamstown Jan. 24.

    The Lady Braves (3-12) offense had its best output of the season scoring over 60 points for the first time, but was unable to handle the full-court pressure of Oldham County, being forced into turnovers at inopportune times.

  • Braves set to take on Simon Kenton

    The Grant County Braves improved their record to 7-9 with a hard fought 61-50 win over Henry County Jan. 15.

    Braves coach Jim Hicks was pleased with his players’ effort the entire week in practice before the game.

    “We were 6-9 coming into this game,” he said. “We have worked as hard this week than any team I have coached in my career. These kids have worked their tails off. If we work that hard, we are just going to get better.”