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  • 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. 

  • 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. 

  • Leach makes Top 10 in Miss KY Pageant

     

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    A 20-year-old Dry Ridge woman finished as a top-10 finalist in the Miss Kentucky pageant June 28-30, along with winning the Quality of Life award. 

  • New sales tax provisions go into effect July 1

     

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    Consumers can expect to shell out more money for their everyday services starting July 1.

  • Greis found guilty

     

  • Former animal shelter employee sues county

     

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    A former Grant County animal shelter employee recently filed a lawsuit against her former employer, including Grant County Judge-Executive Steve Wood. 

  • Safety fee assessment projections fall short

     

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    After not collecting the anticipated amount from a safety assessment fee in 11 months, Williamstown has scaled back its projected revenue in its 2018-19 fiscal year budget.