June 14, 2024

Jake SiasGrant County Herald  Barrett will host the 120th Old Settlers’ Reunion from June 20 to 23, featuring a range of activities and events for...

Jake SiasGrant County Herald  High school choir and band members from West Central Area successfully completed a four-day tour of Chicago, marking their first interstate...

Jake Sias Grant County Herald Kensington’s annual Rune Stone Days, a highly anticipated community event, is set to begin on June 13 and run through...

Jake SiasGrant County Herald High school seniors throughout the county celebrated their graduations over the past week, marking a significant milestone in their educational journeys....

Jake Sias Grant County Herald The state legislature recently approved a $30 million aid package to support rural emergency medical services (EMS), with more than...

Jake Sias Grant County Herald Sixteen high school students and their teachers participated in the third annual Morris Challenge Youth Institute on Tuesday, May 14....

When you call a legislative session perhaps “historically contentious,” with plenty of history of bitterly contentious sessions behind us, you must wonder just how bad...

By Scott A. Leadingham The First Amendment protects people’s right to share their opinions (with some limitations) by protecting the freedoms of speech and the...

As we approach the 2024 elections, we constantly hear fears of undocumented immigrants voting and rigged elections. We find candidates for office refusing to say...

Sam PetersonGrant County Herald The Border West baseball team dropped their second game in the Section 6A playoffs to end their season. The team earned...

Sam PetersonGrant County Herald The Border West baseball season was cut short of a state tournament berth in the Section 6A playoffs, but that does...

Sam PetersonGrant County Herald The West Central Area track and field team had just one athlete qualify for the Class A State Championships. Terina Blascyk...