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  • Library launches summer reading June 1

     

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    To encourage children and adults to pick up a book this summer, Grant County Public Library’s has a bigger, better Summer Reading Kick-off event planned as part of their annual summer reading program. 

  • Splash Park in Williamstown to open May 25

     

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    Williamstown Splash Park will open in time for Memorial Day weekend this year. 

  • DR Council approves EMS deal

     

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    The city of Dry Ridge is one step closer to a financial agreement to continue providing emergency medical services to Crittenden, Corinth, Williamstown and Grant County.

    Dry Ridge has long provided EMS for areas outside of its city limits and fire district without additional compensation.

  • St. Elizabeth to host Grant County Golf Scramble

     

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    St. Elizabeth Healthcare will host the annual Grant County Golf Classic at Eagle Creek Country Club in Crittenden on Friday, May 17. 

  • Attorney General’s Office: Report voting irregularities to election law violations hotline

     

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    The Attorney General’s office is urging Kentuckians to report any violations of Kentucky’s election laws to his office’s Election Law Violations Hotline.

  • Kenner earns designation of Certified Municipal Clerk

     

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    Amy Kenner, CMC of  City of Dry Ridge, has earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC), which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc.

  • Kentucky Veterans Cemetery to host Memorial Day ceremony

     

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    The Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North in Williamstown will host a Memorial Day ceremony at 11 a.m. May 27. 

    There will be a wreath laying ceremony honoring all veterans. Guest speaker will be Rick D. Schad, KDVA, Chief-of-Staff. 

  • Williamstown Kiwanis offers B.L. Ballard scholarship

     

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    The B.L. Ballard Scholarship is given by the Williamstown Kiwanis to a graduate of Williamstown High School who is a junior or senior in college. Ballard felt it was important to provide financial help to an upperclass person after possible local scholarship aid had been spent. 

  • Fishing rodeo to be held May 18

     

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    Lloyd’s Wildlife and the Crittenden-Dry Ridge Masonic Lodge will host a free day of fishing from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 18 at Lloyd’s Wildlife, located at 230 Gardnersville Road in Crittenden. 

  • Census: Grant County grew 1.9 percent since 2010

     

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    Last year’s estimations show Grant County has grown 1.9 percent in population since the 2010 U.S. Census.