Today's News

  • Grant County High School Career and Technology Center

    The community will get its first look at the Grant County School’s new Career and Technology Center at an open house of the $10 million facility on Sunday.

    “I’m excited, especially with the new career readiness challenges. The technical center will help us reach students we might not reach otherwise,” said Grant County Superintendent Ron Livingood.

    The addition at Grant County High School features 12 new classrooms/labs that will be home to seven new career and tech programs.

  • Where were you when the towers were hit on 9/11?

    “On 9/11, I was home.  My son called me and told me to turn on the TV and that is what I did for most of the rest of the day.”
    - Marcus Camacho
    Grant County girls golf coach

    “I can remember sitting there in the classroom and watching the teachers talking about it. They were freaking out and we weren’t sure what to think, at that point.”
    - Tiffany Foley
    Williamstown volleyball

  • Week 2 Player of the Week

    Grant County High School  senior Lucas Button was named the player of the week for his performance against Owen County. Lucas had nine tackles and battled back from a serious illness. The award is sponsored by Carolyn Thomas Thompson, State Farm Insurance.

  • Braves get first win against Henry County

    When: Sept. 1
    Where: GCMS
    What: The Braves got their first win of the season, defeating Henry County 7-0, led by a three-goal hat trick by senior Brian Chapman.

  • Braves host Grant County Invite

    When: Sept. 10
    Where: Eagle Creek Country Club
    What: The Braves golf team led by senior Tim Livingood will tee off in the annual Grant County Invitational. Tee times are to be announced.

  • Braves host 38th Grant County Invite

    Grant County High School is proud to extend an invitation to the 38th Annual Grant County Cross Country Invitational Meet. This year’s event will be held on Sept. 10, at the Sherman Elementary School.

  • W’town falls to Walton-Verona

    After an exciting win over Grant County, the excitement ended almost as quick as it began, when the Lady Demons fell to Walton-Verona in the All A Classic.

    The Lady Demons weren’t able to keep up with Walton-Verona, losing in two sets in the second round Sept. 3 at Williamstown High School.

  • Braves in hunt for win

    After a 21-6 defeat to Western Hills Sept. 2, the Braves will be working on improvements in search of their first win against Waggener.

    Braves coach David Arvin has seen improvements from week to week, but said there is more to be done.

  • Lady Demons shock Lady Braves

    Jumping, screaming and cheering ensued on the court for the Williamstown Lady Demons as they upset Grant County in three sets Sept. 1 at Williamstown High School.

    “It was really good, especially that last tip I got. Our throats were all dead, we had been screaming so much,” Lady Demons’ freshman Ashley Marksbury said.

    The whole team gathered on their side of the court jumping and screaming as they made a comeback after falling early in the first set and winning the final two sets to win the match, avoiding a sweep by Grant County.

  • SINCE 9/11: 10 years later: McDonnells reflect on that day

    Seven minutes before our world would change following the terrorist attacks on 9/11, Amber Nicole McDonnell was born to Lana and James McDonnell of Sherman.

    Ten years, later the McDonnells reflected on the day she was born and where they are today.

    Lana went into labor on Sept. 9, 2001 and spent the next two days prepping for the birth of Amber Nicole at St. Luke’s in Fort Thomas.