Today's Features

  • The senior class was crowned 2015 Powder Puff champions as they defeated the junior class 28-22 as senior Miranda Groseclose scored the game-winning touchdown as time expired. The juniors shut out the freshman class, 22-0, to advance, and the seniors defeated the sophomores, 20-14.

  • October is an important time for livestock producers to assess their winter hay supplies. With the majority of this year’s hay made, now is the time to determine whether you have enough to get your animals through the winter. Determining this amount is a rather straightforward task. Here is how to get a fairly accurate estimate:

  • While little ghosts and goblins will soon go door to door collecting treats and scaring up fun, Halloween can be costly to both you and to the environment. From costumes to candy to decorations, go green this Halloween and give your pocketbook and the Earth a treat.

  • Relevant Church Bible study begins Oct. 15

    Relevant Church, 2505 Highland Ave. in Carrollton will hold a Bible Study group every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for the next eight weeks, starting with tonight, Oct. 15. The whole eight weeks study will be about understanding the “Endtime,” led by Pastor Rusty Bennett.


    First Apostolic to celebrate 81 years

  • Hebrews 1:1-3 (KJV)

    This great letter is written to Christian Jews, who were tempted, to revert back to Judaism. They had become discouraged, because they were being persecuted for living a Christian life.

  • Friday, Oct. 16

    Champions For A Drug Free Carroll County hosts the “Hidden in Plain Site” trailer. A short program will be held at 3 p.m. at the downtown courthouse, followed by a walk through a trailer replicating a teenager’s bedroom. Participants are asked to find drug paraphernalia hidden in the room.

    Oct. 17-18

  • Billie and Brenda Wallace Hotfil of Milton, Ky. will celebrate their 50th anniversary on Friday, Oct. 16.

    Rev. Karen Joines married the couple Oct. 16, 1965, at the Whites Run Baptist Church in Carrollton, Ky.

    Mr. Hofil is a retired farmer.

    They have two sons, David and Tony, both of Milton, Ky.

    A celebration will be held at a later date.

  • The Kentucky 4-H Foundation, along with 6 million 4-Her’s from across the Commonwealth and the country will be celebrating National 4-H Week Oct. 4-10.

    This year’s theme for National 4-H Week is 4-H Grows Here, the new National 4-H Campaign. 4-H grows confident, capable, and caring kids with the life skills to thrive in today’s world and succeed in their boldest dreams for tomorrow. Working in partnership with 110 universities, 4-H programs are research-backed and offer life-changing experiences to youth around the world.