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Today's News

  • Wal-Mart remodel to bring jobs to county

     

  • Annual Derby Day Festival set for May 4-5

     

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    The annual Williamstown Derby Day Festival will be May 4-5 (Saturday and Sunday) instead of festivities beginning the Friday evening and continuing into Saturday. 

  • Sheriff’s Office to provide school resource officer for Williamstown

     

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    Williamstown Independent Schools will be adding a school resource officer for the 2019-20 school year.

    The school board unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office during an April 16 meeting.

  • Critt. Council appoints new member

     

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    Crittenden City Council filled its vacant sixth seat during an April 16 special meeting. 

  • Lady Raiders upend Grant Co.

     

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    Ryle High School Lady Raiders invaded Grant County High on April 12 and carried home a 13-3 victory.

    The Lady Raiders collected 15 hits in 38 plate appearances against the Lady Braves. 

  • Braves go 2-1 at Doc Morris Invitational

     

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    Following a hard 15-4 loss against Bishop Brossart on April 10, the Grant County Braves baseball secured two wins and a loss in the Doc Morris Invitational tournament April 12-13 at various sites. 

  • Carroll downs Wtown in All-A

     

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    The Williamstown Lady Demons took on the undefeated team from Carroll County. They lost the championship game 12-6.  

  • Demons fall in All-A finals

     

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    The Williamstown Demons fell 7-0 to 32nd District rival Walton-Verona April 11 in the All-A finals. 

    Walton pitcher Travis Smith shut out the Demons from the mound with 14 strikeouts, allowing one hit by Tucker Gray in the first inning and no runs. 

  • Corinth teen still missing

     

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    A 16-year-old Corinth boy is still missing. 

  • Library ‘Yarnival’ set for April 27

     

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    The “yarnival’ is coming to town. 

    Grant County Public Library is hosting a free yarn carnival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 27 for anyone interested in the fiber arts.