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  • Fishing rodeo to be held May 18

     

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    Lloyd’s Wildlife and the Crittenden-Dry Ridge Masonic Lodge will host a free day of fishing from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 18 at Lloyd’s Wildlife, located at 230 Gardnersville Road in Crittenden. 

  • Census: Grant County grew 1.9 percent since 2010

     

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    Last year’s estimations show Grant County has grown 1.9 percent in population since the 2010 U.S. Census. 

  • Voters head to polls May 21 for primary election

     

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    Voters will head to the polls May 21 to pick between several candidates in state-wide primary races.

  • Osborne is Grant County’s Biggest Winner

     

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    After missing the weigh-in the first time, Dry Ridge’s Marlene Osborne walked away this year’s Biggest Winner. 

  • GCSO stops suspect in multi-county I-75 chase

     

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    The Grant County Sheriff’s Office stopped a suspect in Florence on May 7 following a 70-mile chase on I-75 that went into Ohio. 

  • Animal Rescue: Shelter saves dumped dogs

     

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    The Grant County Animal Shelter rescued 14 dogs after a Lincoln Ridge Road resident discovered “a pile of puppies” near his home. 

  • Mayor Patton dismisses city attorney, names replacement

     

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    Crittenden Mayor Camilla “Kay” Patton has dismissed the city’s attorney, Pete Whaley, just five months after hiring him. 

  • Critt. Council tables ABC admin. salary

     

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    Crittenden City Council tabled a vote on the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) administrator’s salary following extensive discussion during a May 7 meeting. 

  • Cov. Cath. nabs 6-5 win over Grant Co.

     

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    Northern Kentucky rival Covington Catholic barely got away with a 6-5 win against Grant County on April 30 at Grant County. 

  • Simon outhits Lady Demons

     

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    The Simon Kenton Lady Pioneers scored three runs late in an April 30 game to gain the victory 6-3 over the Williamstown Lady Demons in a 32nd District match-up.