Today's News


    Officials at Grant and Williamstown Independent Schools will be facing mid-year budget cuts because of a more than $49 million state revenue shortfall.

    The Support Education Excellence in Kentucky (SEEK) fund, which is the primary source of monies provided to the state’s 174 public school districts, has less money than needed for the per-pupil funding authorized in the enacted budget for the current fiscal year.

  • Grant County Wrestling Meet At Campbell County High School Cancelled

    The Braves wrestling meet at Campbell County has been cancelled due to the weather conditions. Stay tuned for more information on a possible makeup date.

  • Lady Demons vs. Owen County 8th Region All "A" Classic Game Postponed

    The 8th Region All "A" Classic semi-final match with Owen County has been postponed due to the weather.

    The game is rescheduled for 6 p.m. Jan. 14, with the winner moving to the championship game Jan. 15 at 7 p.m.

  • Lady Braves lose close one 32-29
  • W’town seeks All “A” title

    It may not be March yet, but the Lady Demons are getting prepared for the 8th Region All “A” Classic tournament Jan. 13 at Walton-Verona High School.

    Williamstown will face Owen County in the semi-final match at 7 p.m.

  • A Blast From The Past 1.13.11

    15 Years Ago
    Jan. 21, 1996
    The Grant County 12 and Under team won the St. Mary’s Invitational in Alexandria. The team defeated St. Joseph of Cold Spring 53-34. Leading scorers for the Grant County team were Tyler Jones – 20 and Brian Meade – 10.

    25 Years Ago
    Jan. 16, 1986
    A new record was made, as Grant County senior David Shelton broke a 15-year-old record scoring 47 points in a 90-43 win over Bellevue. The record had been 46 points and was held by Jack Coe in 1971.

  • Lady Braves prep for Lady Cats

    After falling to Simon Kenton late in the game on Jan. 6, the Lady Braves will look to rebound against Henry County Jan. 14 at Grant County High School.

    “We were up a point to start the fourth quarter, but we just ran out of gas,” Lady Braves coach Darrell Guffey said.

  • MCE students learn education while watching Cyclones

    Teachers will tell you, “If you learn something new, then it’s been a good day.”

    For Deborah Jones, a fifth-grade teacher at Mason-Corinth Elementary school, she gave her students a new way to learn; taking them to a Cincinnati Cyclones game Nov. 16.

  • Braves outlast Demons 64-60

    The game was nothing like the 87-41 defeat that the Demons were handed by Grant County last month, but it still was a loss as Grant County beat Williamstown 64-60 Jan. 4.

    A highlight for the Demons was the stellar play from junior guard Jake McKinley, who scored a career-high 30 points.

  • Corinth commission encouraged to build fishing pier at lake

    The Corinth City Commission is weighing it’s option concerning the boat dock lease on Corinth Lake.

    John “Bud” White leased the boat dock from the city, but died Dec. 12, 2010. His lease with the city expires later this year.

    Jeff Crosby, a fisheries biologist with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife attended the January commission meeting and asked the commission to consider cleaning the area around the lake and adding “bank fishing with construction of a fishing pier and more of a park-like setting.”