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Today's News

  • Meth training teaches community response to growing issue

    A funeral home in Arkansas and a church parking lot in Indiana were not immune to the infestation of methamphetamine.

    “It’s found everywhere,” said Terry Stinson, prevention specialist for RiverValley Behavioral Health Regional Prevention Center in Owensboro. “They found a lab a few years ago in Owensboro in a homeless shelter.”

    More than 40 people gathered April 14 at the Grant County Extension Office to learn the dangers of meth and how communities can fight the ever-growing problem.

  • New Dry Ridge Post Office opens April 28

    The Dry Ridge Post Office is finally moving into its new home.

    After the opening was delayed because of issues surrounding inclement weather, the new post office at 80 South Main St. will be open for business April 28.

    The window at the current location will close April 27.

    “I’m very excited, but it’s going to be a lot of work,” said Betty Milner, Dry Ridge postmaster. “It will take us awhile to get into the routine of doing things differently.”

  • Tourism to court IDA, again

    The third time may be a charm for the Grant County Tourist and Convention Commission and the Industrial Development Authority.

    The two group’s will meet April 26 to discuss the possibility of the IDA handling administrative duties for the tourism commission — a move that will save the commission $10,000 annually.

    The meeting comes after what appeared to be an agreement during the commission’s February meeting, followed by an at-times hostile meeting March 9 that led the IDA to pull the proposal.

  • Former pastor pleads guilty to child porn

    By Brendan Kirby
    Press Register in Mobile, Ala.

    MOBILE, Ala. — A former church leader from Kentucky pleaded guilty April 19 to charges that he posted child pornography on his Facebook pages and used the social networking website to send images to others.

    Jerry L. Cannon, 63, faces five to 20 years on each of two counts of distribution of child pornography. Assistant U.S. Attorney Maria Murphy said U.S. District Judge Ginny Granade could run the sentences for both one after the other.

  • Grant County Schools name Ron Livingood new superintendent

    The Grant County Schools Board of Education announced Ron Livingood as the new superintendent of the school district at a meeting April 20. For the complete story, pick up a copy of the Grant County News and check www.grantky.com next week.

    Here is audio from this morning's meeting.

  • A Blast From The Past 4-14-11

    15 Years Ago
    April 17, 1996
    The Grant County Squawsdefeated Owen County 10-7, after trailing 6-2 early in the game.
    Juniors Sarah Hager and Shelly Dalton hit back-to-back home runs to lead Grant County.

    25 Years Ago
    April 23, 1986
    The Grant County Squaws in their first season of competition, won four straight games to move their record to 4-5 on the season.

  • Sports Shorts 4-14-11

    Demons fall to Carroll County 7-1

    When: April 7
    Where: Williamstown High School
    What: Williamstown loses for the fourth consecutive game to start the season.
    Upcoming: The Demons host Owen County April 14. First pitch is set for 5 p.m.

    Braves defeated by Raiders 4-3

    When: April 7
    Where: Ryle High School, Union

  • Special Olympics teams win bronze, silver

    The Grant County Jaguars, a special olympics basketball and cheerleading team competed in state tournaments and came back with silver and bronze medals.

    The Jaguars basketball team competed in the Special Olympics State tournament in Louisville March 19 and 20.

    The Jaguars won their first game of the state tournament against the Owensboro Blasters with a score of 27-11.

    On the following day, the Jaguars competed in the championship game against Powell County Gladiators.

  • Another Place In Time 4-14-11

     

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  • Soccer Skills