Today's News

  • Conner Cougars beat Lady Braves 2-1

    By Philip Frommeyer
    Sports Correspondent

    Despite facing a hard-hitting team, the Grant County High School junior varsity girls soccer team found the back of the net three times in their match against the Conner Lady Cougars on Sept. 19.
    Not to be outscored, Conner also scored three times. The game ended in a 3-3 tie.

  • Williamstown struggles against Pendleton

    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent

    The Williamstown Lady Demons volleyball team took a moment before their Sept. 19 game to thank their parents, along with bus driver Barb Burgess, for supporting them throughout the season.

    After the last of the bright orange flowers were distributed, the Demons switched gears and readied to face the Pendleton County Lady Wildcats. The Demons struggled through the first set and watched as the Lady Wildcats soared to an 11-25 win.


    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent


    Sept. 24 was a big night at Williamstown High School. The Lady Demons and Lady Braves volleyball teams faced off for the second time this season in an emotionally charged game between cross-town rivals

  • WHS band named Grand Champion

    The Williamstown Band of Spirit was named Grand Champion and swept all award categories Sept. 22 at the Conner High Classic in Hebron.  
    The band finished first in their class during preliminary competition and received all caption awards before competing in finals competition.
    Overall awards included” Best Music, Visual, Auxiliary, Effect, Percussion and General Effect.


    Grant County students named Senator Jeff Green Scholars


    Alec Dalton is the Williamstown High School Youth Performance Award winner for September.
    He is a senior at WHS and is the son of Sonya and Brian Linder and Greg and April Dalton.

    Extra-curricular activities: I am involved in band. I am currently a member of the trumpet section and have been apart of the state runner-up the last two years. I’m also involved in the National Honor Society, baseball, Key club and S.W.A.T (Students With A Testimony)

    Community involvement: I am an active member of my churches mission trips and church work.

  • Life doesn’t always go as planned

    The summer before your senior year is supposed to be one of the most memorable times of your life.
    You spend as much time as possible with all of the people you’ve grown to know and love, knowing that in one short year you will all go your separate ways.
    It’s a time where you do anything and everything that you can simply to be doing something.
    This is the time of your life that you make memories that will last for the rest of your life.

  • GCHS Class of ‘77 plans reunion

    Plans are under way for the Grant County High School class of 1977 35th year reunion on Oct. 20, 2012. The following classmates and teachers have not been located. If you have an address or phone number for the following teachers or classmates, contact Arlene Gosney at 859-472-3119 or via e-mail at gosneyq@aol.com.

  • Crittenden resident honored for promoting justice

    Tara Boh Klute recognized for promoting pretrial justice
    Tara Boh Klute, head of the statewide Pretrial Services program for the Administrative Office of the Courts, has received the 2012 Public Advocate Award from the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy for promoting pretrial justice. State Public Advocate Ed Monahan presented the award to Klute at the DPA’s Public Defender Education Conference in Louisville on June 5. The award is given annually to individuals who advance justice in the commonwealth.

  • Hensley-Browning wed Sept. 29

    Shelia Hensley of Dry Ridge is pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Shelee Marie Hensley to Sonny Lee Browning, son of Pamela Dillion of Independence and Larry Browning of Corinth.

    Hensley is also the daughter of the late Audie Webster.

    The wedding is being planned for 6 p.m. on Sept. 29 at the Sherman Full Gospel. A reception will follow at St. Joseph Academy Hall.