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  • Williamstown passes water service rate increase

     

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    Williamstown City Council unanimously voted to increase the service/billing charge for its water services for customers from $3.46 a month to $10 a month during a May 21 meeting. 

    The increase goes into effect Aug. 1, 2019. 

  • Attorney General: Crittenden violates council member’s open records request

     

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    The Kentucky Attorney General’s Office published an opinion May 24 stating the city of Crittenden violated the Open Records Act against a council member. 

  • Two veterans take flight of their life

     

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    Two Grant County veterans recently got the ride of a lifetime. 

  • Driver involved in 2018 fatal wreck indicted

     

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    The driver of a motorcycle involved in a deadly wreck last year near Mason was indicted May 22 by a Grant County grand jury for manslaughter.

  • Crittenden Council to hire own attorney

     

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    Crittenden City Council approved hiring a second attorney to represent the city council and act as a mediator between council and Mayor Camilla “Kay” Patton during a special-called May 22 meeting. 

  • Heritage Trail project gains traction

     

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    After receiving $1.593 million from a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet grant, Fitness For Life Around Grant County and community partners are pushing forward with the Heritage Trail project. 

  • Chasing storms, chasing dreams

     

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    Olivia Cahill knew that when she left Grant County High School to start college at Western Kentucky University she would one day achieve her lifelong goal of studying and predicting the weather.

  • Kentucky Career Center to host job fair May 29

    Kentucky Career Center is having a workshop and job fair to help anyone looking for a new job, or even a summer job, land employment. 

    From 9 a.m. until noon May 29, the Kentucky Career Center in Williamstown is preparing job seekers with tips on how to give a great interview and resume preparation in their condensed course at their Williamstown location. 

  • Corinth Fire extinguishes mobile home blaze

     

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    Corinth Volunteer Fire Department knocked down a mobile home fire May 15 near the 1000 block of Corinth Road. 

    No one was injured. 

  • NKU president visits Grant campus, GCHS