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  • Supreme Court pension ruling landmark win for good government, public servants

     

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  • End-of-year legislative wrap-up

     

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  • Water tanker stationed in Mt. Zion firehouse brings added protection for residents

     

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    Crittenden Fire Department recently delivered Tender 22, a water tanker truck, to Dry Ridge’s rural firehouse in Mt. Zion as part of a partnership. 

  • Grant farmers eligible for assistance after disaster declaration

     

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    Grant County family farmers are eligible for loan assistance after a disaster declaration was declared for neighboring Kentucky counties. 

  • Grant County family gets a surprise, early Christmas gift

     

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    When Grant County residents Craig and Melinda Simpson heard a knock on their door Dec. 13, little did they know it would be an unexpected early Christmas gift. 

  • 2018 Year in Review

     January

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    • Police arrest Brian Smothers of Ohio at his father’s residence in Grant County in connection with the murder of his wife in Sharonville, Ohio.

  • Fiscal Court meetings moving to Tuesdays

     

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    Grant County Judge-Executive-elect Chuck Dills has made his first decision even before officially taking office.

    Dills said he will sign an executive order his first day in office Jan. 8 to officially change the meeting days and times of the Grant County Fiscal Court.

  • Sgt. Cornman to take over as WPD chief

     

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    Upon recommendation from Williamstown Mayor Rick Skinner, the city council approved the promotion of Williamstown Police Sgt. Steve Cornman to police chief. 

  • Smoke-free ordinance goes into effect Jan. 1

     

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    Smoking in public places and outdoor public areas in Williamstown will be prohibited starting Jan. 1 in accordance to an ordinance Williamstown City Council passed in September. 

  • Braves fend off Bearcats’ late-game scoring frenzy for win

     

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    The Grant County Braves, coming off a big win on a last second three-point bucket by Aaron Hurley on Dec. 11 against South Oldham, defeated the Anderson County Bearcats on Dec. 13, by the score of 57-50.