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Today's News

  • Lady Demons beat Gallatin, Carroll counties

    In between drills during a pre-season practice Williamstown Volleyball coach, Wesley Staff, called out to his team “What two goals are we setting out to accomplish this year!?” The team yelled back “talking and being faster!”

  • Grant Lady Braves win Glacier Invitational

    Grant County girls volley ball is a team composed of no seniors. Despite the lack of seniors, the team has been playing together for a while and has good chemistry.
    First-year head coach Kelli Hollenkamp believes she may have walked into a good situation.

    “I am not only excited for this year,” Hollenkamp said. “But I am really looking forward to next year with a young team like this,”
    Junior Emily Livingood will be playing a big role as a setter for the Lady Braves.

  • Braves open season with 7-7 tie

    Head Coach Kevin Siple is going into his third season as coach of the Grant County Braves Football team and is feeling optimistic with the off season he and his team has had.

    “We have had great off seasons the past two years and are getting stronger,” Siple said.

    The football team is coming off of a disappointing 1-9 2013 season. This year seems to be a different story as they are a team of 21 juniors and 12 seniors that have experience playing as underclassmen.

  • Grant golfers sweep first two matches of season

    Grant County Girls Golf looks to continue their strong start this year when they won their first match of the year at the Madison Southern Invitational and followed that up by winning the Central Kentucky Conference at Mt. Sterling Country Club and grabbing second place at the Grant County Invitational at Eagle Creek.

  • Williamstown cross country team is on the move

    The Williamstown cross country team is in familiar territory having a young team with 23 middle school athletes and only four high school students in juniors Jeff Jackson, Carly Middleton, Avery March, and freshman Megan Perkins.

    “We are a young team with great kids,” head coach Mark Kinsey said. “A lot of kids are showing a lot of initiative and discipline.”

    The team will be headed by eighth grader Bradley Perkins.
    Within their respective age groups, all of the kids are looking solid, but the team is still looking for runners.

  • Grant boys golf wants state shot

    Fresh off a win in the Beechwood Invitational Grant County’s boys golf team is off running and feel that they stand a good chance of making it to state.
    Grant proves to be strong at the top two positions with senior Cody Kellam and sophomore Jacob Vrolijk.
    “I feel that my top two golfers can compete with anyone in the state,” head coach Michael Camacho said.  “I feel that Cody and Jacob can make the All-State Team.”

  • Back to the books!
  • Cloe’s love of Ag leads to state FFA degree

    For 18-year-old Morgan Cloe, her cows are more than just farm animals.

    “They are really my pets,” she said. “They each have a name and different personality so I absolutely love being able to go to the farm to work with each and every one of them.”
    Cloe took out a loan to start her herd.
    What started out has four has now grown to 15 red Angus cattle.
    Cloe also has an Appaloosa horse and a wired haired spaniel.

  • Grant funds free cat spay/neuter clinic

    The Grant County Animal Shelter will be offering a free spay/neuter clinic for cats as long as there is money available for the program.
    The United Coalition For Animals (UCAN) and the animal shelter have partnered to offer the public an opportunity to have their cats spayed/neutered for a $20 refundable deposit. The animals will also receive a rabies vaccination, FVRCP immunization, microchip and treatment for fleas, ear mites, ticks or tapeworms if needed.

  • NKU-Grant Center gets new leader

    The Northern Kentucky University-Grant County Center has a new leader.
    Correy Eimer has been hired as the new director of the Williamstown facility.