Today's News

  • Lady Demons beat Paris Greyhounds

    The Williamstown Lady Demons shut out the Paris Greyhounds on Nov. 30 at WHS, securing the season’s second win in as many games.
    Williamstown’s varsity cheerleaders coined the phrase “Greyhounds are all bark and no bite” for the evening, which proved true as the Lady Demons led the game for the entire game and put on a good show for the considerable crowd.

    The young Demons team played like seasoned upperclassmen, leading 27-17 at the half.


    By Haleigh Jacobs
    Sports Correspondent

    The Williamstown High School Lady Demons and Demons basketball teams hosted Covington Latin for a season-starting double header Nov. 27 at WHS.

    Lady Demons second year head coach Kasey Kennedy started five freshmen against the   Lady Trojans and carried an early lead that they held throughout the game, finishing the first half with a 32-29 lead.

  • WHS hosts archery tournament Dec. 8

    Williamstown High School will host an archery tournament on Dec. 8.
    Cost is $5 per shooter to compete, then admission is free or $3 for adults and $2 for students. Children under 5 and two coaches per team are free.

    Flight times are: 10 and 11 a.m., noon and 1 and 2 p.m.
    The noon flight time will be for parent/student competition. The 2 p.m. flight time will be for adult competition.
    There will be 40 archers per flight. Shooters must register a half hour before their flight time.


    The Grant County and Williamstown school districts have agreed to kick off fundraising for the 2013 Grant County Relay For Life with the Coaches vs. Cancer event held during the Grant County vs. Williamstown boys and girls basketball games.
    Thes second game is scheduled for Dec. 14 at WHS. A portion of the proceeds from each of the four games will be donated to the relay, which is the signature fundraising event for the American Cancer Society.

  • Braves whip Warriors

    By Greg Woods

    Landmark News Service

  • Gather round the campfire at WES
  • Grant County Middle students get in touch with their native side

    Grant County Middle School eighth grade students in conjunction with Lamar Fowler, Extension Agent for 4-H and Youth Development and the Grant County 4-H completed a wigwam.

    The students assisted Fowler in constructing the wigwam at the outdoor classroom/wetlands at Grant County Middle School.

    The students that participated were a part of Social Studies teacher, Jamey Dalzell’s, skills and enrichment class.

    The students had previously studied Native American cultures as part of the eighth grade Social Studies core content.

  • Grandparents Day at Sherman Elementary