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  • Naturalize landscape with colorful sumacs


  • Another Place In Time 10-6-11



    This APIT photo features Thelma Souder, left, and Marge Colson, right, dressed as clowns on the street in Corinth. There were no guesses called in. Thanks to Edith Latimer of Williamstown for submitting the photo.

  • Turning Back The Clock 9-29-11


    15 Years Ago

  • Hoopdedo! Locals meet former Wildcats

    Two local boys got the opportunity of a lifetime as they went to the 2011 Coach Cal Pro Camp in Lexington.

    The camp, which ran from July 28-30, was held by UK men’s basketball coach John Calipari and was co-hosted by Tayshaun Prince and other former players.

    The opportunity for Zach Williams and Tucker Gray was an exciting moment, but for both it was also another kind of experience.

    “It was about having fun and being a good sportsman,” Gray, a student at Williamstown Elementary, said.

  • Boy’s soccer takes baby steps to improve

    Braves senior Brian Chapman had a goal not to finish last in the third annual Dry Ridge Toyota Classic soccer tournament.

    The team didn’t reach that goal, as they lost both of their matches, 3-2 to Villa Madonna and 3-0 to Dixie Heights, finishing in fourth place out of four teams.

    “I was disappointed. I tried to do what I can to help my team,” he said. “I do think the fatigue got to us in the second game.”

  • Lady Braves bid farewell to five seniors

    The Grant County High School Lady Braves volleyball team gave their farewells to five seniors, Sept. 15 against Walton-Verona.

    Tonya Canafax, Chelsea Cason, Paige Elliott, Hannah Simmons and Michelle Willoughby were honored on the court with their family members before playing the Lady Bearcats.

    The Lady Braves lost in three sets to Walton-Verona, but for the first time this season, they forced the Lady Bearcats to three games.

  • Girls soccer falls short of title

    After some tough competition the past couple of weeks and seeing their record go from 5-0-0 to 5-2-1, the Lady Braves finished second in the third annual Dry Ridge Toyota Classic Sept. 17 at Grant County Middle School.

    “Being a first time coach, my expectations were that we play to our level and play well as a team. My hope was to make a good run at being tournament champions,” Lady Braves coach Sarah Boone said.

    In the first game, the Lady Braves defeated Carroll County 4-1, to secure a spot in the championship game against Bishop Brossart.

  • Braves gallop over Greenup

    As the homecoming festivities began on Sept. 15 with the parade from the Dry Ridge Outlet mall to Grant County High School, the big game was still another day away.

    The Braves didn’t disappoint as they scored 45 points in a 30-point win over Greenup County Sept. 16.

  • Horse Heritage Days - Sept. 24, 25

    Where: Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds on Baton Rouge Road in Williamstown
    Admission: Horse Show Only- $5; Tractor Pulls- $10


    A celebration years in the making took place Sept. 18 as Grant County Schools dedicated its new Career and Technology Center.

    In August, the district opened the $10 million facility at Grant County High School, featuring 12 new classrooms/labs that will house seven new career and tech programs.

    New programs offered at the center include pre-engineering, bio-medical, information technology, health sciences, automotive technology, electric technology and welding technology.