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Today's Features

  • Wednesday, June 1: Walk-away-the pounds, 9:30 a.m.; creative Wednesdays (teens welcome), 10 a.m. until noon.

    Thursday, June 2: Walk-away-the pounds, 9:30 a.m.; summer reading program kick-off and scholastic book fair, all day.

    Friday, June 3: Walk-away-the pounds, 9:30 a.m.; meet Clifford (Carrollton Main Street First Friday), 5:30-6:30 p.m.

    Saturday, June 4: Walk-away-the pounds, 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, June 6: Walk-away-the pounds, 9:30 a.m.; young writer’s connection, 5:30 p.m.; the writer’s connection, 6:30 p.m.

  • Do you ever let your mind wander back to earlier times — reminiscing about your past and how far you have come? 

    The other day, Bob mentioned he will be retired 10 years in August. It is hard to believe. We then started talking about all the things, good and bad, that have happened in those 10 years and how we got through it all.

  • Frances Osterhout of Wichita, Kan. and Patrick McNamara of Sanders, Ky.,  parents of Roxie Morgan McNamara, along with Jennifer Schulte, mother of Daniel Keith Vories of Ghent, Ky. would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their children.

    The bride-to-be, Roxie Morgan McNamara,  is a student at Northern Kentucky University  and the groom-elect, Daniel Vories, is a correctional officer at La Grange, Ky.

  • The first in a series of four pasture walks hosted by the Eden Shale Grazing Network Initiative will take place June 2 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Eden Shale Research Farm in Owenton.

    The grazing network, overseen by a committee of forage experts, is designed for participants who have an interest in managing their forages and pastures for improved profitability. The walks provide an opportunity to see how others manage their forages, pastures and livestock while providing a chance to critique and question the operator.

  • Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will unveil a new food icon Thursday, June 2 that will serve as a reminder for consumers to make healthier food choices. 

    This new food icon will be part of a comprehensive nutrition communication initiative that provides consumers with easy-to-understand actions, a new website with expanded information, and other tools and resources will be available from the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. There will be press coverage. So, it looks like today’s “MyPyramid” will be a thing of the past. 

  • The Family Worship Center in Carrollton is spearheading a relief effort in support of those affected by the recent tornado in Joplin, Mo.

    Currently, many of the residents of Joplin are without electricity and water, so many of the items being sent (canned goods, boxed foods, etc.) are currently unusable.

    Those wishing to support the relief efforts may donate the following items:

    •Gift cards from Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target or Walmart

    •Bottled water and protein bars

  • Wednesday, June 1

    WHAS Crusade for Children along with Carroll County firefighters will hold a Crusade Weekend for disabled children. They will be going door-to-door June 1 in the city limits of Carrollton asking for your support. Please be watching for their red trucks with the flashing lights. 

    Ghent Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 6 p.m. in Ghent City Hall.

    Carrollton Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at noon at Butler Park lodge.

  • In his book, “The Kingdom Within,” John Sanford tells about a well at an old farmhouse in New Hampshire where his family spent their summers. For many years, the house did not have modern plumbing or electricity; all the water came from the well outside the front door. The water was unusually clear and cool, and the well never ran dry, even during the hottest summers when other families had to haul water from a nearby lake.

  •  Three Rivers District Health Department holds a low-cost rabies vaccination clinic from 8-10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 11 at the Carroll County Health Center, 401 11th St., Carrollton. It will be performed by staff from the Carroll County Animal Clinic. Dogs and cats can receive a rabies vaccine for only $5.

    Make sure your pet is in a carrier or on a leash.

    Other vaccines and supplies may be available upon request for additional fees.
    For more information, call the Carroll County Health Center at (502) 732-6641.