Today's News

  • Strike Up the Band

    WHS Marching Band places third at Eastern Eagle Classic

  • CHURCH NOTES 9-20-12

    • Sunday evening services have resumed at 6 p.m.
    • Oct. 6 - Cookout for the start of the Atomic Youth for grades sixth through 12th at 6 p.m. at the church.
    • Note: Ice Cream Social on Sept. 21 and Marigold Day on Sept. 22. Feel free to stop by the church on Saturday. For more information, call 859-824-1824 or 859-394-2586.


  • The perfect sermon

     If you are like me you have listened to many sermons. Some good and some not so good. (I have preached both as well.) There have been times that I have walked away from hearing a sermon and been overcome with the glory of God. Have you ever wondered what makes a good sermon?  What makes us see God and his glory and power?  

  • William Oliver named Fellow of American Chemical Society

    Dr. William R. Oliver of Crittenden, was named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society at a recent meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.

    The ACS, the largest scientific society in the world with 164,000 members, has conferred this honor on fewer than 600 of its members. ACS instituted the Fellows program in 2008 to recognize outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the Professions and the Society.

  • St. Elizabeth Dragon Boat places fourth at Paddlefest

    The 2012 St. Elizabeth Dragon Boat Team placed fourth overall in the dragon boat races at Paddlefest on Sept. 8.

    They competed in three races. The first and second race were qualifying races.  The St. Elizabeth Team raised $750 for the Northern Kentucky Community.

  • Dade, girl, July 15

    Benjamin and Emily Dade of Williamstown would like to announce the birth of their first child. Amilia Kate was born at 6:52 p.m. on July 15, 2012, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.

    She weighed eight pounds and three ounces and was 20 inches long.
    Her maternal grandparents are Joe and Jackie Webster of Williamstown. Her maternal great grandparent is Ethel Webster of Williamstown.

    Her paternal grandparents are Chris and Maria Dade of Williamstown.
    Amilia was welcomed home by pets, Daisy and Bella.

  • DOUBLE VISION? Teens take message on the road

    Fourteen local students have taken a unique approach to promoting the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and drug use among Grant County youth.


    Fall means cooler temperatures and shorter nights. It also means there are plenty of festivals and events in the community.
    During the next few weeks, Grant County will be host to fundraisers and festivals.

    Sherman Tavern Old Fashion Chicken Dinner Buffet
    If preserving history is your thing and you like fried chicken, then the Sherman Tavern fundraiser planned for 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14 is for you.
    Edna Cummins of Crittenden will be frying chicken and hoping to feed a large crowd.


    Civil Suits
    June 21:
    Gary Lynn Lawson vs. Melanie Lee Lawson, petition for dissolution of marriage
    June 25:
    Jackson Hospital Corporation vs. Barbara Ann Fitzwater, complaint for money due on account
    Capital Alliance Financial, LLC vs. Larry D. Grizzell, default of payment on note
    Bank of America vs. Ricky Elliott and Unknown Spouse (if any) of Ricky Elliot, complaint for foreclosure
    June 26:
    Bank of America vs. Kevin Robinson and Felicia Robinson, default of payment on note
    June 27:


    (Editor’s Note: The Grant County News publishes all items in police beat that are submitted from each individual police agency. The News does not omit names from police reports.)