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  • Wtown Council hears tax rate first reading

     

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    Only one Williamstown City Council member spoke against the proposed tax rate during a first reading of the ordinance at a Sept. 13 meeting. 

  • Duke Energy requests natural gas rate increase

     

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    Duke Energy has requested a natural gas rate increase from the Kentucky Public Service Commission. 

    Residential and commercial customers in northern Kentucky, including Grant County, will see their rates increase 10 percent. 

  • GCSO’s Pink Patch Project raises cancer funds

     

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    Grant County Sheriff’s Office is selling pink patches and magnets through October to raise money for cancer treatment at St. Elizabeth Grant County. 

  • 109 Board to vote on renting equipment from county employee

     

  • Williamstown Schools receives threat, student charged

     

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    A 17-year-old male student who threatened violence against Williamstown Independent Schools, was charged with third-degree terroristic threatening and is in police custody. 

  • Grant school board settles lawsuit with employee

     

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    The Grant County Board of Education settled a lawsuit with a former employee in August. 

  • Grand jury indicts James for murder

    A Grant County grand jury indicted a Corinth man for murder in the death of his neighbor Aug. 18. 

    Paul W. James, Jr. 39, faces 20-50 years or life imprisonment in the death of Barry Kenner on Aug. 18 on Keefer Lawrenceville Road. 

  • Senior Bash set for Sept. 20 at fairgrounds

     

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    Senior Bash will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 20 at a new location — Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds in Williamstown. 

  • Morgan receives runner-up AARP community service award

     

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    Diana Morgan was chosen as runner-up for the 2018 AARP Kentucky Andrus Award for Community Service.

    Morgan was recognized for her volunteer work as a hospice volunteer with Bluegrass Care Navigators’ 11th Hour Program and the American Red Cross.

  • American Pickers to film in Kentucky

     

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    Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Kentucky! They plan to film episodes of the hitseries American Pickers throughout the state in October of 2018!

    American Pickers is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking” on History.