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  • Wtown Splash Park vandalized

    Following recent vandalization at Williamstown Splash Park, the city plans to increase police presence and continue monitoring security footage to prevent further issues.
    Williamstown Mayor Rick Skinner said various vandalism has been going on at the park for a while.
    In a post on the Williamstown Splash Park’s Facebook page, patrons have been asked to clean up after themselves following recent reports of vandalism or destruction.

  • Grant County Library hosts Fueling The Mind
  • Ark Encounter opens new playground
  • Corinth Commission passes 2019-20 budget

     

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    Slipping roads, the 2019-20 budget and a problem property location were discussed during a recent city of Corinth Commission meeting. 

  • Stave wins EMS coordinator of the year

     

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    Dry Ridge Fire Department’s Kevin Stave recently was selected St. Elizabeth’s EMS Coordinator of the Year by his peers. 

    As EMS director for the city, Stave said it feels good to be recognized in a job that usually is thankless. 

  • Crittenden discusses future of former trailer park

     Many suggestions were made concerning the former Worthington Trailer Court property and the brick house on the property that’s been recently vacated during the June 25 Crittenden caucus meeting.

  • Coalition wants to Take Back 22

     

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    A recently-formed coalition aims to slow down speeders and prevent more accidents on KY-22. 

  • Permitless concealed carry law takes effect

     

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    A new state law now allows concealed firearms to be carried without a concealed carry permit.

  • Stage Right to present ‘All Shook Up’

     

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    Stage Right Theatre Company hopes a dose of Elvis Presley will have audiences “All Shook Up.”

    The theatrical company will be presenting its newest production for three weekends from July 5 through July 21 at Main Street Gardens in Williamstown.

  • DRFD to host EMT certification

     

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    Dry Ridge Fire Department will have an emergency medical technician (EMT) initial certification class starting Aug. 19 for two nights a week through December 2019.