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Today's News

  • A salute to first responders

     

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    On some anniversaries, we celebrate. On others, we reflect. 

  • GCSO’s Pink Patch Project raises cancer funds

     

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    Grant County Sheriff’s Office is selling pink patches and magnets through October to raise money for cancer treatment at St. Elizabeth Grant County. 

  • 109 Board to vote on renting equipment from county employee

     

  • Williamstown Schools receives threat, student charged

     

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    A 17-year-old male student who threatened violence against Williamstown Independent Schools, was charged with third-degree terroristic threatening and is in police custody. 

  • Grant school board settles lawsuit with employee

     

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    The Grant County Board of Education settled a lawsuit with a former employee in August. 

  • Skool Aid teaches disability awareness to DRE students through wheelchair basketball

     

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    Dry Ridge Elementary students, through playing a pick-up game of wheelchair basketball, learned that differences don’t mean limitations. 

  • Senior Bash set for Sept. 20 at fairgrounds

     

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    Senior Bash will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 20 at a new location — Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds in Williamstown. 

  • Morgan receives runner-up AARP community service award

     

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    Diana Morgan was chosen as runner-up for the 2018 AARP Kentucky Andrus Award for Community Service.

    Morgan was recognized for her volunteer work as a hospice volunteer with Bluegrass Care Navigators’ 11th Hour Program and the American Red Cross.

  • Lady Demons lose to Lady Rebels in All-A

     

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    The Williamstown Lady Demons fell to the Owen County Lady Rebels in the All A tournament Sept. 8.

    Riding an 8-3 record into the tournament, the Lady Demons drew a bye and then played Owen County, losing the match in two straight games 25-20 and 25-12.

  • Simon Kenton beats Lady Braves

     

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    The Grant County Lady Braves volleyball team hosted District 32 rival Simon Kenton Pioneers on Sept. 4, and lost in three straight games 25-13, 25-14 and 25-9.