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Today's News

  • Preparation for winter underway as first taste of snow arrives

     

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    State and local road departments have finished preparing for the 2018-19 winter season as the first winter weather has already fallen and melted away. 

  • Bruce’s closes its doors after 82 years

     

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    Bruce’s Grocery and Restaurant — a place owner Scott Bruce spent his entire life working, owning and living — has closed after 82 years of business. 

  • Thayer keeps majority floor leader spot in Senate

    Kentucky Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) won another two-year term in leadership in the state Senate ahead of the 2019 legislative session. 

    Facing opposition within his own party for the first time since chosen to lead on the Senate floor, Thayer said he’s honored to be re-elected. 

  • WHS above, GCHS below state average ACT scores

     

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    One local school district’s ACT scores remained above the state average while another fell below the 19.3 average ACT score. 

  • ICED OVER

     

  • Fiscal Court receives state audit report for FY 2016-17

     

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    At first appearance, the state audit on the Grant County Fiscal Court and Grant County Detention Center seems negative. However, Grant County Judge-Executive Steve Wood said the audit only nitpicked at small discrepancies. 

  • 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

  • Trees from seed, need to mimic nature

     

  • Thank A Soldier

     

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    Today we thank a soldier who fought to keep us free.

  • Veterans should be recognized for their sacrifice, achievements

     

    Many of our lives have been touched by a veteran or an active duty military member.  Some of the people may have been a great-grandparent, grandparent, parent, aunts, uncles, cousins or siblings.