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  • Relay For Life continues fight against cancer

     

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    At 7 p.m. on Friday, May 18, there will be men, women, teens and children that start walking and will walk for the next three hours at Grant County Park in Crittenden.

  • Crittenden Council reveals 2018-19 budget

     

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    Crittenden City Council heard first reading of their 2018-19 budget during a May 1 meeting. 

  • WHS ranked 25th in state by U.S. News

     

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    U.S. News and World Report has ranked Williamstown High School the 25th best school in Kentucky, earning a silver ranking status. 

  • DR still plans to bill county, cities for EMS

     

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    Dry Ridge plans to move forward on billing the Grant County Fiscal Court and cities of Williamstown, Crittenden and Corinth for providing EMS.

  • County tables budget reading to discuss pay raises

     

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    Instead of hearing the first reading of the 2018-19 budget, Grant County Fiscal Court magistrates and Judge-Executive Steve Wood got into a heated debate over last-minute changes proposed by the magistrates. 

  • Inaugural Farm to Table event set for Sept. 7

     

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    To showcase local farms and its products, Grant County will host its first Farm to Table event Sept. 7 in Williamstown. 

  • Grant included in presidential disaster declaration

     

  • Fiscal court begins budget talks

     

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    During an April 26 caucus meeting — sans Grant County Judge-Executive Steve Wood — the Grant County Fiscal Court magistrates dug into each department’s budget, weighing their requests for new vehicles, equipment, employees and raises against the priorities of the county. 

  • Daughters of the American Revolution honor Cummins, Bigelow

     

  • Grant County dips in state health rankings

     

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    Grant County’s overall healthiness has taken a dip compared to its rankings last year, falling to 59th in health outcomes and 65th in health factors.