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  • Debris removal continues; CU offers natural gas valves

    In Public Works Supervisor Ronnie Knight’s absence, Carrollton Mayor Robb Adams reported to Carrollton City Council Monday that Public Works has been busy cleaning up tree limbs and other debris following the wind storm March 1. Adams said the city has received numerous calls from residents regarding limbs, and he said Public Works would be around a second time to pick them up. However, residents must cut the tree into chunks that the backhoe can pick up. Residents must dispose of the root ball, he said.

  • Fiscal court reviews CCMH plans for office addition

    Carroll County Memorial Hospital CEO Harry Hayes gave Carroll County Fiscal Court its first look at architectural drawings of the hospital’s 22,000 square foot expansion Feb. 28.

    The expansion will sit on the front right corner of the hospital property near the edge of the Three Rivers Health Department building. The expansion will house physician offices, the cardiac testing and the specialty clinic.

    CCMH will lose patient and employee parking across the 11th Street side of the property and between the hospital and the health department.

  • Hooper inducted into CU sports hall of fame

    A Carrollton, Ky. native, Whitney Ballinger Hooper was inducted into the Campbellsville University Sports Hall of Fame, Feb, 25, along with Ronnie Spry the Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee.

    “I was so surprised when I received the call that I was being inducted,” Hooper said. “This is really special. This is a big honor to be a recipient as they induct one maybe two people a year into the Sports Hall of Fame.”

  • KSP makes arrest in attempted murder Feb. 26 in Henry County

    Kentucky State Police at Post 5 Campbellsburg is investigating a shooting in Henry County. 

    At about 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, Kentucky State Police Dispatchers received a call from La Grange Police Department of a person being shot at on L’Esprit Parkway in Henry County.

  • NWS confirms wind caused damage; all power restored

    The National Weather Service visited Carroll County Monday, March 6, and determined the damage sustained March 1, was due to straight line winds.

    Carroll County Emergency Management Director Ed Webb said Tuesday that NWS officials toured Carrollton and affected parts of the county to determine if there had been a tornado. Their findings confirmed what local officials suspected — straight-line winds from the severe storms were the culprit.

  • Jansen returns to Extension in FSC position for Carroll County

    By CARL ROBERTS

    The News-Democrat

    Carroll County gave Cathy Jansen her start in the extension office, but she has paid the favor back now — twice.

    Jansen’s first day on the job as the new family and consumer sciences agent for Carroll County Cooperative Extension was Monday, Feb. 27. She first worked at the county extension office as the 4-H agent from 1997 to 2003. Even though this is her first position in FCS, this is not her first time serving the county through extension.

  • Eyeing its opening

    The new $16 million Jefferson Community and Technical College campus is nearing completion. JCTC Carrollton Campus Coordinator Susan Carlisle said she expects the college to receive possession of the building in June and the faculty to be in place by Aug. 1. Classes are set to begin Aug. 14.

    During a Mar. 6, tour of facility, Carlisle said construction is about two months behind the original schedule due to rain. At this time no penalties are expected.

  • Gallatin County head-on crash kills man, juvenile girl March 4

    Two people were killed and a third seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 42 in Gallatin County.

    Kentucky State Police is investigating the fatal collision.

    On March 4, at about 3:50 p.m., KSP Post 5 Campbellsburg received a call from Gallatin County dispatch requesting assistance with a fatal traffic collision on U.S. 42 east of Warsaw.

  • Riddle bound over to grand jury in murder of Cable at Bedford office

    A Trimble County Grand Jury will hear the murder-domestic violence case against Milton resident Timothy G. Riddle, accused in the Feb. 14, shooting death of his former girlfriend, Lora Cable, at a Bedford medical office.

  • Residents’ Facebook postings tell storm damage stories

    Mandy Houston Parker: “Lost all the barns, and some animals died.

    Patrick Underwood: “March...in like a lion! I think that lion must have been stung by a yellow jacket!”

    Dana Lynn Kinman: “no power at work, no roof at home, happy March”

    Dee Moore: “Feeling thankful -- a lot of damage around my house”