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Today's Features

  • The Carroll County High School senior class celebrated its 28-22 victory over the the sophomore class in the 2016 Powder Puff championship. The sophomores defeated the juniors 8-0 and the seniors defeated the freshman 26-8 to reach the championship game. The freshmen are in maroon, the sophomores are in pink, the juniors are in white and the seniors are in black jerseys.

  • New events

    Tuesday, Sept. 27-Oct. 1

    Living Lands and Waters River Cleanup. For more information visit http://livinglandsandwaters.org.

    Thursday- Saturday,

    Sept. 29-Oct. 1

    Carroll County Tobacco Festival in downtown Carrollton. The festival includes amusement rides, arts and crafts, flea market, games, parade, food vendors and much more. Free event. Contact Jr. Welch for more information (502) 732-9118.

    Wednesday, Oct. 5

  • If there is one thing most of us who are workers and laborers desire from our labors, it is rest. If we could spend the rest of our days without having to earn our keep by the sweat of our brow, we would most likely embrace it wholeheartedly. Our vacations are always too short, and the weekends fly so fast that Monday seems to hit like a brick wall. We love to take our rests, no matter how long they may be. And we should, for God created us to enjoy rest.

  • The Trimble County Hymn Sing will be hosted by the Hickory Grove Methodist Church, 363 Morton Ridge Rd. in Bedford, 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 6. The public is invited.

  • Fruit flies are common household pests at this time of year. They can be a problem year round, but are especially common during the late summer and fall because they are attracted to ripened or fermenting fruits and vegetables.

    Fruit flies are primarily nuisance pests, however, they also have the potential to contaminate food with bacteria and other disease-producing organisms.

  • Call for Quilts! The Library is getting ready for the October Quilt show. If you have any old or new quilts you would like to share in the quilt show, please contact the library. Limit two per person.

    Food for Fines! Pay off your fines with a donation to the Carroll County Food Pantry, this week please bring in jams and jellies.

    New on Fridays 9:30-11 a.m., Babies & Books; drop in story and playtime for babies from birth to 18 months with their caregivers. Coffee and muffins for moms!

    For more information call (502) 732-7020.

  • October 3-8 is National 4-H week. Carroll County 4-H members would like for our community to get involved. Here is the list of activities:

    Monday, Oct. 3 - If you are a 4-H alumni, take a selfie and post it on Facebook and comment about your experience in this wonderful organization.

    Tuesday, Oct. 4 - If you are a current 4-H member post a selfie on your Facebook page and state why you like 4-H.

  • Shorter days and yellowing leaves are about the only ways you can tell it is the third week of September. Temperature wise, it feels like August lasted six plus weeks.

    “We are 10 degrees behind, water temperature wise, than usual for this time of year,” said David Baker, Central Fisheries District biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “The water is usually cooler by now.”