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Today's News

  • CHURCH NOTES 9-6-12

    Family Worship
    • Sept. 22 – Youth ages sixth through 12th grade are invited to Y.O.L.O., You Only Live Once from 6 to 8 p.m. at the NKY Fairgrounds in Williamstown. Free food, inflatables, soda, music and giveaways.  
    • Sept. 10 – Ministers meeting at 10 a.m. at Family Worship Center in Williamstown.

    New Beginnings
    • The church is located at 28 Broadway Street in Dry Ridge. Visitors are welcome. For more information, call Mark Partin at 859-824-0947.
    • Associate Pastor – Gary Wolford

  • God loves you for you

    God’s plan for us is to be more like Christ. It’s not that He doesn’t love you right now as you are, but He knows what is best for you. So sometimes when you want something to grow, it has to be pruned. This is painful for the plant because the plant doesn’t understand the greater purpose.  

  • ANOTHER PLACE IN TIME 9-6-12

    September 4, 1997
    Erin Garnett is the Mason-Corinth Elementary Student of the Week. She is in Linda Webster’s sixth grade homeroom class. She has great work habits, is mannerly and gets along well with others. She lives in Corinth with her parents, Kerry and Sherry Garnett. She has four sisters and one brother. She enjoys cheerleading

  • Drought, heat causes stress

    “Newly transplanted trees must remain hydrated in order for the natural process of root system regeneration to begin,” writes Roger Harris, associate professor of horticulture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. This is something that has been repeated countless time this summer by many in the green industry, yet, I fear, some homeowners may have turned a deaf ear.  

  • Empowering students for college

  • Zucchini

    Pat Mann of Dry Ridge grew this approximately 19-inch zucchini in her garden.

  • Webster, girl, June 25

    Keith and Cindy Webster of Dry Ridge would like to announce the birth of their second child. Natalie Kayelynn Webster was born at 3:35 p.m. June 25, 2012 at St. Elizabeth South in Edgewood.


    She weighed seven pounds and one ounce and was 19 inches long.
    Her maternal grandparents are Bill and Edith West of Dry Ridge.


    Her paternal grandparents are David and Patricia Webster of Dry Ridge.
    Natalie was welcomed home by her big sister, Alexis Kyleah.

  • Ky Transportation Cabinet Equipment Roadeo Competition

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 held its 7th annual Equipment Roadeo Competition on Aug. 9 at the Richwood Flea Market in Florence. With snow and ice season just around the corner, these Olympic style events helps hone the skills of our men and women who help maintain and keep our roads in the best condition possible.

  • Grant improves, Williamstown ranks high in ACT results

    Grant County High School saw improvements and Williamstown High School remained highly ranked in recently released ACT results.
    The data released by the Kentucky Department of Education is from high school juniors who took the test during the 2011-12 school year.
    Since 2008, state law has mandated all of Kentucky’s public school juniors participate in the ACT, which assesses English, reading, mathematics and science and is scored on a scale of 1 to 36.

  • MAKING AN IMPACT

    Where is Christ?
    Williamstown United Methodist Pastor Barry Robinson said that is the question many asked when a devastating March tornado ripped through Crittenden leaving property and homes in destruction.
    As the pews of the church overflowed Saturday with willing volunteers to help tornado victims in Grant and surrounding counties, Robinson provided the answer.