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Today's Opinions

  • Website moves to subscription-based service

    Beginning Thursday, Feb. 24, The Grant County News website, www.grantky.com, will become a subscription-based news and information site.

    We’ll offer our valued newspaper subscribers complete access to all of the news and features currently in our print product, plus some on-line only features such as videos, slideshows, reader forums and more.  A digital version of every issue of the newspaper will also be available to subscribers online.

  • Kicking a bad habit

    Sitting at my fiancé’s farewell party from Home Depot, I noticed that one of the television’s in the Mellow Mushroom had the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on.
    I normally do not watch this show, as it can be heartbreaking to watch these struggling families deal with medical issues or worse, a loss of life.

  • Go red for women!

    Did you know:
    • Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women causing more deaths each year than breast cancer.
    • More women die of heart disease than men and women are less likely than men to receive appropriate treatment after a heart attack.
    • Heart attacks can be a silent killer. Know the warning signs of a heart attack and stroke and when to call 911.

  • What Do You Think Grant County?

    THIS MONTH’S QUESTION:
    What is the best Valentine’s Day gift that you have ever received?
     

  • What Do You Think Grant County?

    THIS MONTH’S QUESTION:
    What is the best Valentine’s Day gift that you have ever received?
     

  • What Do You Think Grant County?

    THIS MONTH’S QUESTION:
    What is the best Valentine’s Day gift that you have ever received?
     

  • What Do You Think Grant County?

    THIS MONTH’S QUESTION:
    What is the best Valentine’s Day gift that you have ever received?
     

  • All I need is Nanny’s Hat

    My grandfather met his future wife when he went calling on her older sister, Katherine. The second time he drove the buggy to the house it was to see Holly. She stood just at 5 feet tall, had long black hair, and what could best be described as flashing dark eyes. He was a big fellow, something over 6 feet, and had played football at Centre College in Danville.