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  • POLICE REPORTS

     

  • DR Wal-Mart adds pick-up station

     

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    Starting July 20, Dry Ridge Wal-Mart customers will have a different method of grocery shopping available for them. 

  • Kentucky priorities at the center of national discussion

     

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  • Inaugural Triathlon is finally here!

     

    It’s finally here!

    Grant County’s first triathlon is this weekend and I’m getting fired up for it!

    It’s been nearly two years in the planning stages and the time has come when 250 athletes, some of them Olympic athletes, will be swimming, biking and running through Grant County on Saturday, July 21.

    The planning has been going on for months

  • Corinth man indicted on multiple charges

     

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    A Corinth man was indicted on several charges, including burglary and wanton endangerment, by a Grant County grand jury July 11. 

  • Grant Co. Animal Shelter remains one of best in state

    A recent study found that most animal shelters in Kentucky were subpar, but Grant County Animal Shelter was not one of the many considered “substandard.”

    Proper sanitization, cleaning, medical and general care for the animals, volunteers, donations and quarters, Grant County Animal Shelter Director Kathleen Ritzi hopes to remain one of the best shelters in the state. 

  • Two Hep. A cases confirmed in Grant Co.

     

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    The Kentucky Department of Public Health has reported a second confirmed case of Hepatitis A in Grant County in their July 7 report. 

  • Kentucky Career Center to open Grant County location July 23

    Kentucky Career Center, Northern Kentucky opens its Grant County Center on July 23 in Williamstown. 

    From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, job seekers and employers will be able to use their services, ranging from job search assistance to on-site hiring events. 

    The center is located at 1212 N. Main St. in suite D in the Midway Plaza in Williamstown. 

  • Grant Co. fair arrives July 27, rides open July 30

     

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    The Grant County Fair kicks off July 27 to Aug. 4 with new rides, some new attractions and a lot of old favorites at the fairgrounds on Baton Rouge Road in Williamstown. 

  • GCHS sets scheduling for 2018-19 school year