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Today's News

  • U.S. 25 yard sale brings out bargain hunters

     

  • Stage Right’s Rising Stars prepare for ‘Honk, Jr.’

     

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    Students have been perfecting their jazz squares, learning their stage cues and committing their musical numbers to memory during Rising Stars workshop with Stage Right Theatre Company. 

  • Deputy jailer faces multiple criminal charges

     

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    A Grant County Detention Center deputy jailer was arrested after an internal investigation revealed she allegedly “poked, slapped and touched” two inmates’ breasts and buttocks several times, among other charges. 

  • Third annual Rockin’ the Ridge set for June 23

     

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    Country star Gretchen Wilson, a larger Kids’ Zone and a fireworks finale will highlight the third annual Rockin’ the Ridge.

    The free music festival is set for Saturday, June 23 at Piddle Park in Dry Ridge.

  • Two-year-old dies in Crittenden after found in hot car

    A 2-year-old girl was pronounced dead after being found in a hot car in Crittenden on June 9. 

    Kentucky State Police responded to a 6 p.m. call about an unresponsive toddler that was found in a Mercury Grand Marquis outside a residence on Big Bear Circle.  

  • Building Permits

     

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    • May 7

    David Litz, 210 Fairview Road, storage building, 3,200 square feet, estimated cost $30,000; permit fee $175.82.

  • NKY health department launches Hepatitis A outbreak prevention plan

     

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    The Northern Kentucky Health Department has initiated efforts to prevent the statewide spread of Hepatitis A from expanding to the region. 

  • DR woman arrested in stabbing investigation

     

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    A Dry Ridge woman was arrested after she allegedly stabbed a woman in Corinth on May 23. 

    Amy Scott, 46, was charged with second-degree assault and lodged at the Grant County Detention Center. 

  • Severe wreck leaves five injured, one airlifted to hospital

     

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    Five people were injured after a collision on KY-22 around 3:45 p.m. May 29 outside Dry Ridge.

    Two children, ages 9 and 3, were transported to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and a third child, a 4-year-old girl, was airlifted to the same hospital as her siblings. 

  • Sanders leaving GCHS Career and Technology Center

     

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    John Sanders has led the Grant County Schools Career and Technology Center since it opened its doors in 2011.

    The associate principal is leaving GCHS to take over the same position at the Franklin County Career and Technology Center.