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  • Fire leaves family homeless

     

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    A faulty air conditioner caused a mobile home on Turner Road in Williamstown to go up in smoke July 5, leaving a family homeless. 

  • Ohio man dies from injuries in July 4 wreck

     

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    Car accidents on I-75 left one Ohio man dead and two others injured in separate wrecks July 3 and 4. 

  • Protesters gather at Ark Encounter on anniversary

     

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    Between 120 and 200 people gathered outside the Ark Encounter on July 7 to protest on the attraction’s second anniversary. 

  • Family surprises grandmother facing cancer diagnosis

    Like clockwork, Dry Ridge resident Tina Ensinger would get her hair colored and trimmed by stylist Melanie Ransdell at Hair Teazers Salon every three weeks. But Ensinger said she was dreading her most recent appointment until her family surprised her. 

  • DR man pleads guilty to sodomy charges

     

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    A Dry Ridge man entered a guilty plea for three counts of first-degree sodomy in Kenton County Circuit Court on July 9. 

    Christopher Charles, 40, was arrested Jan. 4 by Kentucky State Police. He was accused of deviate sexual intercourse with a girl younger than 12 on three separate occasions in Erlanger.

  • Corinth passes 2018-19 budget

     

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    After weathering the water break and repair for nearly three weeks in May, it is still a busy summer for Corinth.  

  • Crittenden family returns to ransacked home

     

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    A Crittenden family walked into their house to find their belongings obliterated, and what couldn’t be stolen or destroyed was tainted with spray paint. 

  • Judge Wood, magistrates debate over appointment

     

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    Rather than taking action to hire a new building inspector, the Grant County Fiscal Court tensely debated the issue.

  • Triathlon arrives July 21 in Grant Co.

     

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    Grant County is nearly a week away from the inaugural St. Elizabeth Triathlon on July 21, which is expected to bring hundreds of athletes and tourists to Grant County. 

  • KSP: No charges in death of 2-year-old in hot car

     

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    After several weeks of investigation, Kentucky State Police has determined a 2-year-old who was pronounced dead after being found in a hot car June 9 in Crittenden was not left in the car.