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Today's News

  • Braves football lose heartbreaker 6-0

    Missed opportunities and costly penalties cost the Grant County a road win in a game they outplayed their opponent.
    In an offensive struggle, the Braves were held scoreless Sept. 13 and fell 6-0 to East Jessamine.
    Coach Kevin Siple said his team let a win get away.

  • GC Cross Country takes second place at Mason Invitational

    The Mason County Cross Country Invite brought cooler temperatures and faster times to Grant County’s Cross Country teams. A successful tone was established in the first race of the day as the girls’ varsity race began.
    From the start, Summer Dearing had made up her mind she was going to run her fastest time of the season. Sydney Parker and Dearing worked together throughout the race picking off runners. They stayed together until Dearing used her sprinting abilities to pull away at the end, finishing four seconds ahead of Parker (21:23 ), running a strong 21:27.

  • BRAVES GOLF GAINS MOMENTUM

    The Grant County Braves Boys Golf team played with fierce determination on Sept. 8 when the team won against Pendleton and Owen counties with a score of 158. Pendleton had a score of 183 and Owen had a score of 181.

  • Hudson competes in Drive, Chip, Putt Championship

    The first Kentucky Qualifiers for Drive, Chip and Putt Championship took place recently in Lexington at the Lakeside Golf Course.

  • Scroggins competes at state golf tourney

    Williamstown High School junior Hannah Scroggins has qualified for the state All A Tournament each of her two years playing competitive golf.
    Scroggins qualified for state last year after finishing third in the 8th Region tournament, but this year meant more because she took home first.

  • LADY BRAVES FACE LOSS TO SK

    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team played Simon Kenton with determination and heart but it wasn’t enough.

    The Lady Braves lost 0-3 against Simon Kenton.

    “The girls have a tendency to get down when they are losing in a game. When that happens, they stop working together and everything falls apart,” Lady Braves Volleyball coach Kelli Hollenkamp said.

    “They need to find a way to pick each other up,” Hollenkamp said.

  • LADY DEMONS FEEL LOSS
  • SEPTEMBER INDICTMENTS:

    The grand jury, which met Sept. 10 returned indictments against 25 people.
    The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.
    Those indicted were:
    • James C. Adkins, 25, robbery in the first degree.
    • Timothy R. Robbins, 30, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, careless driving, inadequate silencer and failure to notify Department of Transportation of address change.

  • Walk to End Alzheimer’s planned Oct. 11

    More than 200 people participated in last year’s Walk To End Alzheimer’s, which generated $19,000 in donations.
    Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks.

  • DOWN AND DIRTY!

    Do you want to get down and dirty?
    Grant County will host the first Explore The Mud obstacle course/5K run on Oct. 11 at the Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds, on Baton Rouge Road.

    Nearlay 100 have already signed up. Registration is required.

    The idea for this kind of event came from Fitness For Life Around Grant County (FFLAG) members and grew from there to include the health department, city and other groups.