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Around Grant County

  • Veterans Cemetery visit leads man to start Operation Honor

     

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  • Relatives raising children seek solace at SES GrandparentCamp

    On Sept 15, relatives raising children were given resources for the unique challenges they face raising grandchildren or other relatives at GrandParentCamp held at Sherman Elementary School.
    The camp was coordinated by Nancy Powell, the family resource center director at SES and marked not only the first such camp to be held in the Northern Kentucky area, it was the first GrandParent Camp for the national organization, ParentCamp. The goal is to have a GrandParentCamp in every Kentucky county.

  • Life in Grant County

     

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    Kylie Cain, of Dry Ridge, is on an earthly pilgrimage with a heavenly purpose, and her black-brown eyes sparkle as she contemplates taking her third mission journey, which will include 11 countries, in 11-months.

  • Dalton marks milestone for WHS FFA program

    Jeff Dalton, a 2018 graduate of Williamstown High School (WHS), has come a long way from being a shy, friendless boy to the 2018-2019 Northern Kentucky Future Farmers of America (FFA) State Vice-President.

  • Homemakers get crafty at Summer Skills Day

     

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    Women worked side-by-side, sharing a spirit of camaraderie, creativity and crafty fun at this year’s Grant County Extension Homemakers Summer Skills day on June 19.

  • Life in Grant County

     

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    Hours of instruction, cutting, stitching, fittings and, sometimes, high anxiety go into the labor of love, that is teaching 4-H students and preparing them for sewing competitions.

  • 4-H Boot Camp is not for Wimpy Kids

    A group of Grant County elementary students gave up two consecutive Saturdays, dragged themselves out of bed, braved chilly April mornings and endured 4-H Boot Camp on April 14 and April 21.

    It was quickly discerned that camp would be challenging as kids started their routine with jumping-jacks and push-ups on the cold rough pavement in the parking lot of Dry Ridge Elementary School (DRE).

  • Sisters share memories of childhood, Sherman Tavern, visits to the GC Infirmary

     

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    The restored Sherman Tavern is on track to becoming a museum, but to 97-year-old Christine Gouge Blackburn and her sister, 94-year-old Mary Gouge Worthington, it was called home.

  • For the love of Bluegrass music

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  • GCHS students chosen as NaviGo Scholars

     At a time when there is a shortage of skilled tradespeople, we’re building our own at Grant County Schools Career and Technology Center.