Today's News

  • Lady Braves finish fourth

    The Grant County Girls Golf team finished in fourth place at the Grant County Invitational, Aug. 3, at Eagle Creek Country Club in Dry Ridge. Morgan Crupper shot a 72 in the first round for the second Lady Braves team. Overall, the team shot a 338, just 30 strokes short of first place and 2009 state champion Green County. The Lady Braves’ have two upcoming home matches on Aug. 11 and the 17. 

  • Anniversaries

    On Aug. 21, 1960, Roger Lewis Saylor and Bettye Jo Harris were united in marriage at the Corinth Christian Church. An anniversary celebration will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 22, in the lower level of Dalton Plaza in Crittenden.

    They are the parents of J. O. and Leo Saylor.

    J. O. and Suzanne Covington Saylor have two children, Shawn and Rebekah Saylor. Leo and Pam Clemons Saylor have four children, Jordan, Joe, Janna and Jill Saylor.

    The presence of your company is gift enough.


  • I think I’m going for a ride

    Do you remember your first really great bicycle? Well, I do. It was a 1960-something, 24-inch Murray, made like a bike ought to be made—it was silvery green with wide tires and fenders, a seat that was made to sit on, a place on the back for a passenger—and yes, its crowning glory—a battery operated light on the front. I thought I had arrived!

  • GCHS soccer scrimmage planned

    The Grant County High School Braves and Lady Braves soccer teams will hold their annual alumni scrimmage Aug. 11.

    The boys’ game will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by the girls’ game at 7:30 p.m. Both games will be at the Grant County Middle School field.

    All GCHS soccer alumni are encouraged to attend.

    For more information, e-mail coach Melinda White at melinda.white@grant.kyschools.us.

  • For the Record 8-26-10


    June 21:

    Cecil Jackson and Dorothy Jackson to Gateway Enterprises, Inc., South Main Street property in Dry Ridge, $30,000

    June 22:

    (Special Warranty Deed) Homesales, Inc. to Jonathan Eric Rayburn and Delana Sue Rayburn, Cordova Road property, $84,900

    June 23:

    (Sole Ownership-Cash Deed for Kentucky) Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Ronnie Bryan Clemons, Cynthiana Road property, $25,500

    June 24:

  • UFC fighter has Grant connection

    Not many people in Grant County can say they know an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter.

    Shelby and Wallace Prince of Corinth, got  their chance to see their grandson, Christian Morecraft, face-off against Stefan Struve, Aug. 7 in Oakland Calif. Morecraft lost the match against Struve in the second round, after being knocked out by a punch from Struve.

    “It’s great,” Shelby Prince said. “We are really proud for him.”

  • Reunions

    GCHS Class of 1990

    Graduates of the Grant County High School class of 1990 will hold their 20th class reunion from 7 p.m. to midnight. Aug. 21 at the Radisson Hotel, Covington.

    Call Carla at 859-803-4121 for details, tickets and room reservations.

    GCHS Class of 2000

    The Grant County High School class of 2000 are planning a 10-year reunion from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Oct. 23  at Keystone Bar, 313 Greenup St., Covington. The cost is $15 per person.

    Please R.S.V.P. to Leslee Garman at LesleeGarman@yahoo.com or 859-536-2296.

  • Wagoner resigns from school board

    Liz Wagoner resigned from the Williamstown Board of Education after nine and a half years to spend more time with her family.

    The board honored Wagoner with a plaque and card during its Aug. 9 board meeting. Donna Cheesman, whose term is over at the end of the year, filed to fill Wagoner’s unexpired term.

    For the complete story, please pick up a copy of this week's Grant County News.

  • Undefeated

    The fifth and sixth grade Amateur Athletic Union basketball team won the Sports of All Sorts Youth Association basketball championship in Florence on July 25, with a 9-0 record. Pictured, left, back, Coach Darrel Workman, Coach Clint Taylor, front, Kelsey Henry, Tianna Thornberry, Sydney Taylor, Shawna Workamn and Shania Young.


    I’m really tired of hearing how the animal shelter is overcrowded with unwanted animals and how they’re going to enforce dog licenses this year for revenue and to help find lost animals (Channel 9 and Kentucky Post Web site).

    I have always got my dogs licensed so they can be found and because it’s the law. I wonder how many elected officials have bought their dog licenses? I’m not just talking this year, but in year’s past? Enforcement should begin at the top.