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Today's News

  • Low-income households eligible for heating assistance

     

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    The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) will begin distributing funds from a $2.5 million federal grant. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Crisis Program (LIHEAP) will assist eligible households with their winter energy costs starting Jan. 7.   

  • State awards $27,000 for Jameison Rd. repairs

     

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    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has allocated $27,350 to the Grant County Fiscal Court for repair work on Jameison Road. 

  • Chamber to host First Impressions meeting Jan. 16

     

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    After 15 secret shoppers meandered through Grant County, the community learned about its strengths and weaknesses based on first impressions from strangers. 

    Now the community will get a chance to respond. 

  • Repairs, demolition projects continue on closed bridges

     

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    Demolition began Jan. 7 on two closed southern Grant County railroad bridges. 

    The bridges on the north end of Blanchet Road and the north end of Delaney Road were demolished by Wargo Enterprises, a New York-based demolition company, within a few days. 

  • Mayors outline plans for cities

     

  • Dills begins tenure as GC judge-executive

     

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    Former sheriff Chuck Dills has taken the reigns as judge-executive in hopes of leading Grant County down the right path to prosperity.

  • Demons drop three close games in holiday tournament

     

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    The Williamstown Demons hosted the Williamstown Holiday Tournament on Dec. 27-29, and lost three games by a total of 10 points. All three games were heartbreaking losses for the Demons.  

  • FOR THE RECORD

     

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    Marriages

    Nov. 28

  • POLICE REPORTS

     

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     (Editor’s Note: The Grant County News publishes all items in police beat that are submitted from each individual police agency. The News does not omit names from police reports.) 

     

  • Trunk damage can girdle trees

     

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