Today's Features

  • I love yoga -- pants.

    Soft, comfy, forgiving. They’re great to wear around the house or to bed. They’re especially great to wear before, during and after you stop at the store and bring home a vanilla creme bundt cake and maybe slice into it one or 12 times too many.

    Not that I’ve ever done that, but if I do, I’ve got the perfect pants for it.

    Yoga itself I don’t know well enough to love. I love the idea of it, of wearing the clothes and being in a space that’s usually beautifully lit and serene.

  • Worthville Christian Church will be hosting a celebration service at 10:45 a.m. with dinner to follow on Sunday, June 12.

    Pastor Joel Santos is currently recovering from a serious illness. He has served the church and community for more than 30 years. Praise Worship led by the Cain Family starts at 10:45 a.m. followed by the morning worship service. Dinner will be served following the service, provided by the church and the Santos family. Everyone is welcome.

  • Construction crews began a major pavement replacement project on I-71/I-75 in Kenton County on June 3.

     “The northbound pavement section beginning at the I-275 interchange in Erlanger extending north just before the US 25 (Dixie Highway) interchange will be removed and replaced with new concrete,” said Rob Hans, Chief District Engineer for Department of Highways District 6, in Covington. “This section of roadway will be replaced to provide a safer and smoother ride for all those who travel on the I-71/I-75 interstate.”

  • 4-H members have really been busy gearing up for the Carroll County Fair.  So many projects have been completed by the members for entry.  Please visit the exhibit building at the fair to see what the youth of Carroll County are learning.

  • Weather patterns are becoming more active, and storms thrive with the moisture and rapidly rising warm air that is very common during the transition to warmer seasons.

    Stormy conditions also increase the potential for lightning to strike people at work or play outdoors and, possibly, while they are inside a building.

  • A low cost spay neuter for cats only will be held on Monday, June 20, at the Carroll County Animal Clinic. This event is available only to Carroll County residents who feel they need financial assistance to have their cat spayed or neutered. The cost to the cat owner, spay or neuter, is $10 per cat and includes a rabies vaccination. There is a limit of two cats per household. Cats must be at least 5 to 6 months old.

  • On Tuesdays, the library will offer a four-part series based on the book “Cooked” with discussion and activities to learn how cooking transforms food and shapes our world. Copies of the  book  will be available to read along, starting Tuesday, June 14 through July 5. For more information call (502) 732-7020.



    June 2: Extreme Family Game Night with Jonathan Heart, everyone leaves with a prize, 6:30 p.m.

  • New events

    Now through June 30

    The North Key (Hope) Workshop, 416 Fourth St. in Carrollton is having a yard sale Monday through Friday, (weather permitting) from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., running through the month of June. All proceeds will go to the clients’ summer outings fund. Donations (items to sell or money) are welcome.

    Saturday, June 4