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Today's News

  • Church News 2-3-11

     

  • Perennials hidden beneath the snow


    Most people would say that there is not much going on in the garden during the winter months. I beg to differ.  There are dozens of plants out there doing something interesting. Some are just showing their pretty bark or their sculptural quality bare of leaves. Others are just beginning to emerge and will be blooming soon, and others just have some crazy quality that allows their foliage to look as fresh and clean as a spring garden despite the fact it is covered by 4 inches of snow and has endured days of freezing temperatures.
    Lords and ladies

  • Another Place In Time 2-10-11

     

    This Another Place in Time photo features, from left: Tommy Stone, Paul Shoemaker, Garry Beach, Pete Bunger, Gerald Cruey, Bobby Bosse, Jerry Hasman, Freddie Morgan, Billy Bosse and Jack Simpson in Dry Ridge in 1954.
    Thanks to Garry Beach of Dry Ridge for providing the photo and Richard Stephenson of Lexington, Justine Taylor of Williamstown, Sue Livingood of Crittenden and Donna Hassman of Dry Ridge for calling in correct guesses.
     

  • Turning Back the Clock 2-3-11

     

    15 Years Ago

  • Turning Back the Clock 2-3-11

     

    15 Years Ago

  • Sewer project continues
  • Winter wonderland
  • Winter wonderland
  • Heat help available

    With temperatures dropping and unemployment rising, the Northern Community Action Commission can help with financial assistance for heating needs.
    Gov. Steve Beshear recently announced the authorization of the immediate distribution of $27 million in federal appropriations to be allocated to the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
    Kentucky’s cumulative amount from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services this fiscal year, combined with carry-forward money from the prior year, is $61 million.

  • Tourism board changes event funding process

    If you plan to ask the Grant County Tourism Commission for money for an event, then you better get busy and fast.
    Tourism commission members voted earlier this month to change the procedure for funding local tourism events such as the Grant County Fair, Horse Heritage Days and the Autumn Arts Festival.
    Event organizers will now be required to fill out a 14-page application and submit them twice a year – Feb. 1 and Aug. 1.
    These are the only dates the commission will be accepting applications for funding.