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  • Project Linus provides homemade blankets to children in need

     

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    Much like the famous character from Peanuts, children across Grant County are cuddling up with blankets courtesy of Project Linus.

  • Stitching Grant County’s history into 2020 census quilt

     

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    Grant County Extension Homemaker Maxine Brown put the finishing stitches on a quilt square that will be sewn into history as part of the 2020 census quilt project. 

  • Kentucky Living honors local contest winner

     

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    Every year, Kentucky Living magazine hosts a photo contest for residents across the state. This year, the magazine honored a local photographer, Michelle Lyn Neidigh from Dry Ridge. 

  • Grant County Sheriff’s Office, Williamstown Police Department to host golf scramble

     

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    The Grant County Sheriff’s Office and Williamstown Police Department will host the 19th annual golf scramble at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 23 at Eagle Creek Country Club. 

  • DR council passes third revision of EMS agreement

     

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    Dry Ridge City Council passed a third version of an interlocal emergency medical services agreement and its related resolution during a July 15 meeting.

    The EMS resolution that council approved authorizes Dry Ridge Mayor Greg Brockman to execute the interlocal agreement with the Grant County Fiscal Court and cities of Corinth, Williamstown and Crittenden.

  • Special legislative session to begin July 19

     

  • Grant County Fair kicks off July 26

     

  • Dry Ridge appoints Edmondson, Webb for council

     

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    Dry Ridge City Council chose Kenny Edmondson and William “Bill” Webb to fill two vacant council seats effective July 15. 

  • Family, community remembers Bill Cull

     

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    The city of Dry Ridge mourns the passing of another former mayor, William “Bill” Cull. 

  • Competitors, county prepare for St. E Triathlon on July 20

    Awake by dawn most days, Sarah Dills said she’s exhausted.
    Two hours at Bodyworks Gym in Dry Ridge, swimming at Lake Williamstown earlier and long bike rides in the heat, Dills has spent the last two months training for the second annual St. Elizabeth Triathlon on July 20 in Grant County.

    A few hundred competitors are training to swim, bike and run through Grant County.
    Seasoned and first-time triathletes will be swimming in Lake Williamstown, then complete a bike ride followed up by a distance run to cross the finish line in downtown Williamstown.