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  • Curing onions, garlic and potatoes

     

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  • Perception, normalization, chaos

     

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  • New school year brings possibilities, opportunities

     

    On behalf of the Williamstown Board of Education and our faculty I welcome you to the 2018-2019 school year.

    We look forward to greeting our students and families for another wonderful year and are thrilled that soon our classrooms will once again be filled.  

    We are optimistic our students are also excited about the upcoming year. 

  • Sherman Tavern Open House set for Aug. 5

     

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    When you step up onto the porch of the historic Sherman Tavern, with the summer sounds of insects sizzling in the trees, you long to just sit down on the white wicker settee and enjoy the cool breeze that seems to always be present.

  • Dry Ridge Presbyterian to host annual organ concert Aug. 5

     

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    The community has the opportunity to attend a concert featuring former Grant County High School Band Director Dr. Tim Dailey and organist/vocalist Leah Giannattasio at the Dry Ridge Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 5.  

  • Williamstown to create smoke-free policy, council hears electric rate analysis

     

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    Williamstown City Council approved creating a policy that would prohibit smoking in all public workplaces during a special meeting July 17. 

  • Kittens overpopulate Grant County Animal Shelter

     

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    The Grant County Animal Shelter is asking for help with their growing feline population. 

  • Family of seven uninjured in house fire

     

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    Efforts from five fire departments extinguished a house fire on Golds Valley Road outside Dry Ridge on July 18. 

    A family of seven’s home was destroyed in the afternoon blaze, but no one was injured. 

  • Dry Ridge sends EMS bills to county, other cities

     

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    The City of Dry Ridge recently sent out letters to Grant County Judge-Executive Steve Wood, Williamstown Mayor Rick Skinner and Crittenden Mayor Jim Livingood asking them to pay for EMS calls Dry Ridge handled during the second quarter.

  • TRIATHLON TRIUMPH

     

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    Hundreds of triathletes, including a dozen locals, swam, biked and ran through Grant County for the inaugural St. Elizabeth Triathlon on July 21.