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  • GCMS uses Girls Who Code to spark female interest in tech, engineering fields

     

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    Girl power has a new meaning at Grant County Middle School. 

    While technology and engineering fields are male dominated, Grant County Middle School teacher Rebecca Hutchison brought in Girls Who Code, a club to spark female interest in those fields.

  • Salvation Army in need of volunteers for bellringing
  • ‘Kids Count’ outlines well-being of Grant Co. children

     

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    Kentucky Youth Advocates recently released a profile on Grant County showing some improvement and some issues facing children in the county. 

  • Bus driver shortage plagues Grant schools

     

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    Bus rides are longer and seats overcrowded as Grant County Schools looks at options to attract bus drivers during their shortage. 

  • Library promotes winter reading program

     

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    The Grant County Public Library encourages everyone to curl up with a book during the cold days and nights as part of their winter reading program. 

  • FEMA awards $1 million to fix county roads

     

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    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved $1,017,029.11 for county road improvements following damaging rains in February and March leading to an emergency declaration. 

  • Lady Braves lose to Dixie 63-57

     

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    The Grant County Lady Braves lost in a hotly contested game 63-57 to the Lady Colonels from Dixie Heights High on Dec. 3.  

  • Lady Demons win home opener

     

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    The Williamstown Lady Demons rebounded from a 61-46 Nov. 30 loss on the road at Eminence to defeat the previously undefeated Jackson City Lady Tigers at home 60-20 Dec. 1.

    The Lady Demons led from start to finish in the 40-point blowout. 

  • Lady Demons win home opener

     

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    The Williamstown Lady Demons rebounded from a 61-46 Nov. 30 loss on the road at Eminence to defeat the previously undefeated Jackson City Lady Tigers at home 60-20 Dec. 1.

    The Lady Demons led from start to finish in the 40-point blowout. 

  • Braves fall to Woodford Co.

     

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    The Woodford County Yellow Jackets captured a 69-46 victory over the Braves during a Nov. 29 home game.