Today's News

  • CHURCH NOTES 12.8.11

    Christ Community
    • Dec. 11 - Children’s Christmas Program at 6 p.m. Refreshments after the presentation.
    The children’s parade float won a prize for being the best in “The Eyes of a Child” at Santa’s Wonderland.
    Anthony and Kristen Nelson, missionaries to Alaska, and their four small children were the guests for Missions Sunday.

    Corinth Christian


    Nov. 28, 1996

    Wanda Simpson, representing the Grant County Citizen Foster Care Review Board (CFCRB), attended the 1996 CFCRB Training conference held in Owensboro. More than 750 volunteers across the state serve as Citizen Foster Care Review Board members. These review case files of more than 7,000 children that are placed in foster care. The reviewers guarantee children receive services while in alternative care and ensure every effort is being made to locate permanent placement for these children.


    Welcome to a new Another Place In Time photo. Do you know any of the people featured in the photo? If so, call your guesses into the Grant County News at 859-824-3343. See next week’s News for their identity.

    If you’ve got an old photo, you’d like to see featured in the News, bring it to the News office. Photos can be scanned and returned in the same visit.

  • African violets bloom indoors year round

    One of a few sure things in my life is that I can keep my African violets in bloom year round. Many complain that after the first flush of blooms fades the only thing left is a year’s worth of fuzzy foliage. Well, with a little attention you can keep your African violet cycling in and out of bloom all year round. African violets are easier to grow than many think if you create a favorable growing environment.

    ‘It’s a German thing’

  • Deputies play St. Nick

    Tim Slone was tired on Saturday, Dec. 3, but he didn’t let a little lost snoozing keep him away from the annual Grant County Shop With A Cop trip.

    “I love to see the kids eyeing the toys,” Slone, a deputy with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, said. “I think this event is good for the community and it gives these kids a chance to get things they might not have gotten.”

  • What’s your sign?

    Kenny Edmondson is trashing signs.

    Following the last couple of meetings of the Dry Ridge City Council, it’s obvious Edmondson wants visitors to the city to have a good first impression, which means he’s not a fan of temporary signs stuck around and he doesn’t like trash.

    Basically, Edmondson doesn’t want Dry Ridge looking like a “big billboard.”

    Edmondson, a member of the Dry Ridge City Council for the last 10 years, has talked trash for several months at the city’s monthly council meetings.

  • Ambulance tax tabled; study requested

    The second reading of a proposed new taxing district that would help create funding for more ambulance service throughout the county was tabled Dec. 5 as magistrates plan to gather more information.

    Initially, a motion was made to table the second reading until the Jan. 3 meeting.

    However, that motion was rescinded after a discussion that included comments from several audience members.

    The motion was ultimately made and approved to table the second reading indefinitely.