Today's News

  • church note Nov. 10

    Christ Community
    • Nov. 13 –David Hill of Urban Outreach, a Covington ministry to the homeless and those who are in need will be the guest at 6 p.m.
    • Every Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m., the women meet to study Joyce Meyer’s book, “The Battlefield of the Mind”.  Lunch is served first.  
    • Every Thursday at 11 a.m., men and women meet for prayer.  

    Corinth Christian

  • Grooms called to Lystra Church of Christ

    Joshua Grooms is following in his father’s footsteps when he accepted the call to pastor a church.
    Grooms, a social studies teacher at Grant County High School, is the new minister at Lystra Church of Christ.
    He grew up in Bellevue, where his father served as a minister. He graduated in 2000 from Batavia High School and attended Lincoln Christian College in Central Illinois before transferring to Northern Kentucky University where he earned his degree.
    He has previously worked as a youth minister and Sunday School superintendent.

  • Do we really know Jesus?

  • Grant jail escapee captured

    A Corinth man tasted freedom for just 24 hours before he was arrested and returned to the Grant County Detention Center.
    Kenneth Forrester walked away from the Grant County Animal Shelter around 1 p.m. on Nov. 4.
    According to Jailer Terry Peeples, Forrester had been working at the shelter for about nine months as part of the Class D program. Shelter staff noticed he wasn’t at his work assignment and they alerted the detention center.

  • Mt. Olivet Christian Church is a happening place

    Mt. Olivet Christian Church is a place where things are happening. We are growing leaps and bounds, and everyone there has a true heart for people. One thing that is so special about this church family is that so many people have been touched in one way or another through adoption. November is National Adoption Month and we want to take the opportunity to share with you how blessed we are to have a total of 18 children and adults who attend Mt. Olivet that are adopted.

  • Vacation from the norm

    Covering sports for one county is a big job. A lot of responsibility and sleepless nights, working to provide coverage for two school districts can cause stress and a break from it is inevitable to allow yourself not to go crazy.

    Last month, I spent a week away from Grant County with my fiancé’s family in the beautiful Smokey Mountains.

    I had never driven to Gatlinburg, so it was going to be an interesting new experience for me.

  • Holiday help signup deadline is Nov. 10

    The Grant County Holiday Assistance Programs in collaboration with the Family Resource Youth Services Centers and Grant County Community Service Program would like to share the following information:
    Each year Grant County residents receive holiday assistance for children from generous donations from the community.

  • Olivia Doyle

    On Aug. 23, Olivia Doyle had the honor of participating in a fashion show presented by Adopt Inc. in Lexington. The evening’s event was entitled “A Cinderella Evening” and was held at Caste Post in Versailles. The evening was a benefit designed to celebrate adoption and bless Hope for Tomorrow Children’s Home and Adopt Inc. Olivia is the 3 year old daughter of Tony and Robin Doyle of Williamstown.

  • Troopers graduate KSP Academy

  • Take a Hike

    On Oct. 22, Boy Scouts’ Kody Etler and Ben McClelland and Scoutmaster Bev Stepp from Boy Scout Troop 712 completed a 10-mile hike as part of the 2011 Trailblazer District Fall Camporee. They hiked the Old Bison Trail from Camp Michaels to Big Bone State Park.