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Today's News

  • Braves roll past Trimble County

    When: Dec. 3
    Where: Grant County High School
    What: The Braves offense was in high gear as they won their second consecutive game of the season, defeating Trimble County 81-50
    Upcoming: The Braves will host Simon Kenton on Dec. 9. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m.

  • Demons squeak by Carroll Co. 56-54

    When: Dec. 5
    Where: Carroll County High School
    What: The Demons improved their record to 2-1 on the season, defeating Carroll County 56-54.
    Upcoming: The Demons will host Walton-Verona Dec. 9 at Williamstown High School. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students.

  • Little Dribblers win Grant County tourney

    The Little Dribblers dominated the regular season with a record of 7-1 and it transferred over to the Grant County tournament as they won the 2nd and 3rd Grade Tournament.

    “They are a great group of kids,” coach Daryl Workman said. “They were an amazing group that worked hard all year to reach our goal.”

    Workman said the girls were pretty excited to cut down the nets after winning the tournament.

  • Family surrounded by sports

    Sports can draw a family together.

    For the Hale family, sports brings them together as Barry and Barbara and their two sons, Chris and Kasey became a part of the Grant County Special Olympics three years ago and have enjoyed it since.

    Chris and Kasey’s favorite sport is basketball and are getting ready for the season to start.

    Both said they like the game because it is fun for them.

    With limited opportunities for athletes with disabilities, Special Olympics offer the chance to be part of a team and play sports.

  • GCHS sponsors holiday toy drive

    The Grant County High School is having a toy drive sponsored by Health Occupation Students of America through Dec. 9.

    The items collected will be delivered to the patients at Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati.

    The items must be new and in original packaging.

    The drop-off location is at the front office of the Grant County High School.

    For more information contact Grant County High School at 824-9739.

  • Banana Splits
  • Star Students 12.8.11

    Head Start/Preschool

    Brisa Natalie Mendez

    Brisa Natalie Mendez is the WES Preschool/Headstart Student of the Week. She is in Mrs. Pam Mullins class.

    “She is in the morning class and always comes in with a smile on her face and ready to learn. She is very helpful to her teachers and her friends” Mullins said.

    Favorite thing about school - to paint and draw.

    Favorite book - “The Mouse and the Bear” and “The Red Strawberry.”

  • Weights, winds, trends, so-called friends finale

    This week we conclude our series of articles examining the cultural weights, winds, trends and so-called friends that impede the individual and corporate spiritual progress. This week let’s take a look at Divisions.

  • CHURCH NOTES 12.8.11

    Christ Community
    • Dec. 11 - Children’s Christmas Program at 6 p.m. Refreshments after the presentation.
    The children’s parade float won a prize for being the best in “The Eyes of a Child” at Santa’s Wonderland.
    Anthony and Kristen Nelson, missionaries to Alaska, and their four small children were the guests for Missions Sunday.

    Corinth Christian

  • TURNING BACK THE CLOCK 12.8.11

    Nov. 28, 1996

    Wanda Simpson, representing the Grant County Citizen Foster Care Review Board (CFCRB), attended the 1996 CFCRB Training conference held in Owensboro. More than 750 volunteers across the state serve as Citizen Foster Care Review Board members. These review case files of more than 7,000 children that are placed in foster care. The reviewers guarantee children receive services while in alternative care and ensure every effort is being made to locate permanent placement for these children.