Today's News

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  • Crittenden woman’s quick thinking saves choking toddler

    A routine trip to the dog groomer turned out to be anything but routine for Nancy Owens recently.

    Owens, of Crittenden, was driving along Mary C. Grubbs Highway in Walton with her Boston Terrier, Sparky, when she noticed a van in front of her kept hitting their brakes.
    “I saw a lady jump out and jump in the backseat and heard her screaming,” Owens said.
    Owens got out of her car and ran to the other vehicle.

  • Arrest made in Crittenden home invasion

    A 23-year-old man is facing charges after being arrested in connection with a Crittenden home invasion in which the owner was tied up in his bathroom.
    Jacob W. Sharp of Crittenden was indicted March 5 by a Grant County grand jury on charges of second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking of $500 or more and second-degree being a persistent felony offender.
    The charges stem from a Feb. 11 invasion of the Alexander Road home of 65-year-old Larry Brown, who told police he answered his door only to be tackled while in his wheelchair by an unknown white male.

  • Former Grant superintendent dies in Okla.

    Former Grant County Schools Superintendent James Gardner died March 3 at his Oklahoma home.
    Gardner, who was “Jimmy Joe” to all who knew him, served as superintendent from July 1989 to September 1994.

    He was a 1959 graduate of Grant County High School before going on to Georgetown College, where he earned his bachelors degree in 1963 and his masters degree in 1969.
    Gardner’s career in Grant County Schools began in the fall of 1963, when he assumed a position at Grant County High School teaching Bookkeeping, Typing I and Business English.

  • 3-year-old continues to improve after collision

    Ty Taylor loves being outdoors, whether it’s playing in a large sand box, romping through the woods or shooting his BB gun.
    Ty’s family wants to make sure that the 3-year-old Williamstown boy will be able to get back to doing the things he enjoys with the help of a special motorized wheelchair that he needs after he suffered spinal cord injuries following a wreck.

  • Fire destroys Dry Ridge home

    William Dailey was watching TV on March 5 in his Lemon-Northcutt Road when he lost the cable signal.

    He looked out the window and found smoke billowing from his home.
    Firefighters from Dry Ridge, Crittenden, Williamstown, Jonesville and Corinth arrived at the home just after 11 p.m. and saw flames shooting out of the roof.
    Firefighters spent the next four hours battling the blaze, which eventually destroyed the home and contents.

  • Grant County student body impresses Oldham County coach

    Although the Grant County Lady Braves suffered a loss to Oldham County recently, the school and students gained the respect and admiration from the visiting team’s coach for their actions that night.

    The lesson didn’t come on the basketball court, but from the sidelines when Addison Ballard, the Oldham County girl’s basketball team manager, began shooting hoops, his true first love, during half time.

  • GC Youth Wrestling places second at state

    The Grant County Youth Wrestling is in its second season and was originally started by Curt and Sandy Messerly. The team recently competed at the Kentucky State Tournament in Lexinton. There were over 40 teams from across Kentucky. The Braves Youth Wrestling placed second place overall.

  • GCHS coach has high hopes for future

    By winning the District 32 championship for the first time in more than a decade, the 2014 Grant County Braves raised the bar for future teams. And that’s fine with Coach Brandon Grammer, who believes what the Braves accomplished this season is only the beginning of what the program is capable of.