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  • Drug rehab clinic plans halted in Crittenden

     

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    As another drug rehabilitation clinic is considering Crittenden as a new location, residents and elected officials have expressed disinterest in the possibility during a June 4 meeting.

  • County, cities continue EMS funding talks

     

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    The cities and county governments are still negotiating an emergency medical services interlocal agreement recently proposed by Dry Ridge officials. 

  • Sound the Alarm campaign promotes fire safety

     

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    Grant County is getting serious about fire safety with the Sound the Alarm campaign through the American Red Cross.

    Sound the Alarm is a nationwide initiative to provide smoke detectors to families in need that, in recent years, has become available to residents in Grant County.

  • Library hires new librarian for teen section

     

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    The Grant County Public Library is undergoing many renovations. One of the newest changes is the addition of a teen-specific section, and running this section is the newly-appointed Teen Services Coordinator Racheal Wodraska.

  • Dry Ridge Police hire new part-time officer

     

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    The city of Dry Ridge has increased its police force with the recent hire of new part-time police officer, Matthew Hicks.

  • Critt. Council takes second look at fire dpt. contract

     

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    The city of Crittenden is taking a second look at a contract with the Crittenden Volunteer Fire Department before signing it. 

  • Wtown raises water rates for Bullock Pen, Corinth

     

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    Williamstown City Council voted in favor of a 3-percent increase in the wholesale water rate for Bullock Pen and Corinth water districts during a June 3 meeting. 

  • KSP awaits DNA testing to confirm fatal fire ID

     

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    Kentucky State Police is now waiting on DNA evidence to confirm the identity of the victim who was found deceased in a Crittenden house that caught fire April 10. 

  • Williamstown Independent adds Gabbert, Barriere to ‘Wall of Fame’

     

  • Home prices increasing in seller’s market

     

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    Anyone looking to sell their house in Grant County won’t be waiting around long for a buyer.