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Today's News

  • Bishop receives BCTC scholarship

    Bluegrass Community and Technical College student, Mallory Bishop of Williamstown has received the KCTCS President’s Scholarship.
    The scholarship provides for full tuition, books and fees and is awarded to students with outstanding academic performance.
     

  • WALLACE NAMED YPA WINNER

    The Youth Performance Award winner for February is Grant County High School senior Kyle Wallace. Wallace loves baseball and hopes to play at college level. He is the son of Roger and Melissa Wallace of Crittenden. Aside from baseball, Wallace is involved in church activities.
    “My most meaningful experience was going to 2011 Winter Blitz retreat with the Williamstown United Methodist youth group,” Wallace said.

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    Williamstown Elementary

  • Grant County Middle School crowns kings, queens
  • Let’s get ready to rumble!

    It was a learning experience for the Grant County wrestling team at the 6th Region tournament Feb. 10-11 at Walton-Verona High School.

    The first-year program got to learn what it takes to be a competitor as the size and agility of the other wrestlers proved too much for the Braves wrestlers.

    “We are going to have to hit the weights hard,” coach Matt Shearer said. “We knew it would be tough here, but we wrestled hard.”

    Sophomore Cody Miskell and freshman Austin Gripshover placed sixth in their respective weight classes.

  • Wilhoit, Hearn named to 8th Region All-Region team

    The 8th Region announced their list for the 2010-2011 All-Region team which included Williamstown senior Tori Wilhoit and Grant County sophomore Billie Hearn.

    For Hearn the announcement came unexpectedly.

    “I didn’t really think about it, but it makes me really happy knowing I am a part of it,” Hearn said.

    Hearn said her heart was fluttering when she received word that she was being named to the team.

    “This really made my day,” she said.

  • GCHS cheerleaders place first in game time fight song

    Where: NKU’s Bank of Kentucky Center
    What: The GCHS cheerleading squad won first place in game time fight song category at the Northern Kentucky Cheerleading Coaches Association Feb. 5. Overall, the squad finished third.
    Upcoming: The GCHS cheerleading squad will head to Western Kentucky University for the 2011 KAPOS State Competition Feb. 19.
     

  • GCHS holding tryouts for baseball

    When: 7 p.m. Feb. 15-17
    Where: Grant County Middle School
    What: The GCHS baseball team will be hosting tryouts for the 2011 Braves team. Tryouts will determine who will make the freshman, junior varsity and varsity teams. These tryouts are closed to the public.

  • GC Braves Youth Baseball coming in March

    When: March 12, 13
    Where: GCHS baseball field (in gym  if required due to weather.)
    What: The Grant County Youth Baseball Clinic will be held at GCHS and allows those ages 6-15 to learn the fundamentals of baseball. Any questions, call Tracy Goe at 859-322-6739 or coach Darrick Lee at 502-319-4645. Registration forms are available at all Grant County elementary schools and Grant County middle schools.
     

  • Extension offers community classes

    The following classes will be taught at the Grant County Extension Service, 105 Baton Rouge Road, Williamstown.
    • Bed Bug Bedlam
    How to prevent and get rid of bed bugs will be taught from 4:30 to 6 p.m. April 7 at the Grant County Library. This class is co-sponsored by Grant and Kenton County Extension Services. Call the Grant County Extension office to register.
     • Quilting Classes
    Quilting classes will be taught from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month.