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  • Herbaceous and woody peonies

     

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  • ENDORSEMENT LETTERS

     

  • Newly passed budget includes much-needed funding

     

  • Willamstown looks to finish school year strong

     

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  • 4-H Boot Camp is not for Wimpy Kids

    A group of Grant County elementary students gave up two consecutive Saturdays, dragged themselves out of bed, braved chilly April mornings and endured 4-H Boot Camp on April 14 and April 21.

    It was quickly discerned that camp would be challenging as kids started their routine with jumping-jacks and push-ups on the cold rough pavement in the parking lot of Dry Ridge Elementary School (DRE).

  • Grant County dips in state health rankings

     

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    Grant County’s overall healthiness has taken a dip compared to its rankings last year, falling to 59th in health outcomes and 65th in health factors. 

  • Registered Republicans close gap on Democrats

     

  • Memorial event set for Logan Cooper

     

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    In honor of late Grant County High School graduate Logan Cooper, his family will have a memorial event from 6-10 p.m. May 12 at the Dry Ridge Banquet Center. 

  • Inaugural Triathlon coming to Grant Co. in July

     

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    Grant County continues preparations ahead of the inaugural St. Elizabeth Triathlon in July, encouraging residents to participate, volunteer and get excited for the opportunity. 

  • Judge Wood: Meeting was ‘violation of law’

     

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    Rather than meeting with the Grant County Fiscal Court to hash out the budget details for an April 26 caucus, Grant County Judge-Executive Steve Wood wrote a memorandum deeming that caucus meeting “a direct violation of law.”