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Today's News

  • Building Permits

    • Aug. 3

    Ark Encounter, 1000 Eibeck Lane, retaining wall, 3,358 square feet, estimated cost $40,000; permit fee $213.58.

    • Aug. 7

    Shirley Holt, 120 Ambassador Drive, new home, 1,472 square feet, estimated cost $122,000; permit fee $471.77.

    • Aug. 10

    John Dawalt, 780 Knoxville Road, demo; permit fee, $100.

  • POLICE REPORTS

     

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    (Editor’s Note: The Grant County News publishes all items in police beat that are submitted from each individual police agency. The News does not omit names from police reports.)

     

    Kentucky State Police

  • Dry Ridge Baptist welcomes new youth pastor
  • Kieffer pears ripen off the tree

     

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  • Girl Scouts are looking for volunteers in Grant County

     

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    Girl Scouts is so much more than a club. It’s a game-changer! 

  • Tax cut hit people drawing pension income the hardest

     As a Kentucky taxpayer, I am not happy about the ‘alleged’ tax cut passed this year by a majority of “no tax “ Republicans in the state legislature.

     

  • Celebrating America on Constitution Week

     

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    The week of Sept. 17 through 23 is recognized as Constitution Week. 

  • Why now?

     

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    Why now?  Why is the county just now moving to get things done?

  • MARCH TO THEIR OWN BEAT

     

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    Name of competition: Bourbon County Colonel Classic

     

  • MARCH TO THEIR OWN BEAT

     

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    Name of competition: Bourbon County Colonel Classic