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  • Dry Ridge seeks to clarify where truck stop can be located in city

     

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    Dry Ridge is taking steps to clarify where a truck stop may be allowed to locate within the city.

  • Altman embodies every facet of ‘volunteer’

     

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    Shying away from recognition, Grant County Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Year Dorothy Altman said many deserve the honor bestowed upon her. 

  • Corinth woman dies from injuries after April 3 wreck

     

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    An April 3 wreck turned fatal after a Corinth woman died April 9 from her injuries.

  • FATAL FIRE

     

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    Kentucky State Police is investigating an April 10 fire in Crittenden that left a person dead. 

  • Patriots Landing veteran complex coming to Grant County

     

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    It has been a lifelong dream for Joe Montgomery to honor those who answer the call to protect America.

    Montgomery, the founder of Operation Honor, added another piece of that dream April 13 by announcing plans are in the works to open a veterans complex called Patriots Landing in Grant County.

  • Netflix to release Ted Bundy movie May 3

     

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    The Ted Bundy movie partially film in Grant County last year now has a release date.

    Starring Zac Efron as the infamous serial killer, “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” will be released May 3 on the streaming service Netflix.

  • Suspicious fire burns down Corinth barn

     

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    A suspicious fire burnt down a Corinth barn around 5 a.m. April 5.

    The fire occurred in a barn at the 1700 block of Turner Road. 

  • 4-H, EMA to start youth emergency preparedness class in June

     

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    Grant County 4-H and emergency management have 10 spots open for any teenagers interested in disaster training and preparedness.

  • City of Crittenden swears in code enforcement officer

     

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    Mow the grass and sell the junk car in the driveway. Crittenden’s new code enforcement officer is now taking complaints. 

  • Corinth Water District re-hires former manager

     

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    The Corinth Water District Commission re-hired former manager Billy Hill to work as part-time operator for the district during an April 3 meeting.