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Today's Features

  • Lytle Funeral Homes and Cremation Service is pleased to announce the acquisition of Wood Oakley Funeral Home, the prominent funeral service provider in Milton, Kentucky.

  • Late winter is the time to really get the ball rolling in the right direction for a successful, upcoming grazing season.  Producers need to act now to take the proper steps to set their operation up to maximize grazing this year.  Consider these four management areas to evaluate to start off on the right foot.

    Soil fertility

  • As the beginning of the gastrointestinal tract, the mouth starts the digestive system’s functions, so it is not surprising that nutrition and oral health are closely linked. When it comes to oral health and the teeth, nutrition is both protective and preventive. Good nutrition promotes maintenance of the mouth and teeth by mitigating the negative influences of food on teeth, where plaque can accumulate.

    Dental decay can be caused by many things:

  • Friday, Jan. 22

    The monthly Carrollton Utilities Commission meeting has been moved to noon at the Carrollton Utilities office.

     

    Monday, Jan. 25

    Free smoking cessation class begins, sponsored by The Hope Health Clinic. This 13-week class will be held at noon every Monday at the Carroll County Health Center. To sign-up or for more information, call (502) 732-6641.

     

    Saturday, Jan. 30

  • With a new year comes the desire for a fresh start.  I am sure that many of us have a list of resolutions or goals that we have made for 2016.  One of mine is to exercise (notice that I did not say “exercise more.”  I need to start exercising).  Goals are good to make, because they help us improve ourselves and different areas of our lives. 

  • Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser Jan. 23

    The Pentecostals of Carrollton Youth are hosting an all you can eat spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Jan. 23, 2016, at the Relevant Church Gym, 2505 Highland Ave. from 5 – 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. Adult tickets are $10. Children 4-11 are $5. Child 3 and under eat free. Contact Amanda Isaacs at (502) 741-8034 for tickets.

     

    Sanders Baptist hosts monthly hymn sing

  • New events for January

    Friday, January 15:  Board of Trustees’ Meeting, noon.

    Saturday, January 16:  Frozen Party, 11 a.m.

    Monday, January 18:  Hands & Feet Card Game, noon.

    Wednesday, January 20:  Star Wars Snowflakes! 3:30 p.m.

    Regular programming for January 

    Every Monday-Friday: Walk-away-the-Pounds, 9 a.m.

    Saturday, Jan. 2/Saturday, Jan. 16:  Magic Tourney, 1 – 4 p.m.

  • One of the things that I love about the library staff is that many of them have worked here for 15 or more years. They remember the 6,000 square foot facility, weathered the temporary library while building construction was going on and have helped us grow into our “new” facility.  

  • The following places in Carrollton are closed for Martin Luther King’s Day Monday, Jan. 18:

  • Four Carroll County residents are now nicotine-free thanks to a smoking cessation sponsored by The Hope Health Clinic.

    Steve and Janet Glauber, Sarah Saulsberry and Gypsy Oak graduated from the class Jan. 4.

    “It was killing me,” Steve said, noting that he suffered from chronic bronchitis and frequent throat irritation from smoking.