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  • Tragedy on Boone Road: Two Carroll County children die in bus accident

    A school bus accident on Boone Road in Carroll County claimed the lives of two Carroll County Head Start students Monday, Oct. 29, when the bus they were riding in veered off the road to the left, overturned and hit a tree.

    Kentucky State Police Post 5 spokesman Trooper Brad Arterburn said there were nine Head Start students on the bus at the time of the wreck.

    The two children killed in the accident have been identified as Ryder Deitz and Caroline Tuttle, both 3 years old and both of Carrollton, according to a KSP news release Tuesday afternoon.

  • Early Head Start, Head Start not in session Tuesday, Oct. 30

    The Carroll County School District released the following statement Tuesday morning:

    "Due to a bus accident involving students enrolled in the Carroll County Child Development Center, the Head Start and Early Head Start Programs will not be in session today, Oct. 30.

    'Words cannot describe the grief that our families and staff are experiencing,' said Lisa James, superintendent of the Carroll County School District.  'Our thoughts and prayers go out to those families involved in this tragic accident.

  • Bus accident kills two Head Start students, injures four students and assistant on bus

    A bus accident on Boone Road in Carroll County claimed the lives of two Head Start students Monday afternoon when the bus veered off the road to the left, partially overturned onto its side and hit a tree.

    Kentucky State Police Post 5 spokesman Trooper Brad Arterburn said there were nine Head Start students on the bus at the time of the wreck.

    Four children were injured - three of those were flown by helicopter to Kosairs Children's Hospital in Louisville, while the fourth was flown to the University of Kentucky Hospital in Lexington.

  • Celebrating our heritage

    The Port William Historical Society held its Heritage Day on Oct. 20 at the Masterson House.  

  • County approves upgrades for detention center

  • Carrollton City Council briefs - Oct. 24, 2012

    CU to apply for loan

    City Council approved 5-0 Resolution 2012-32 to authorize the city through Carrollton Utilities to file for a loan application through the Federally Assisted Drinking Water Revolving Fund. Councilman Larry Morgan was not present for the vote.

  • Celebrating Fall
  • Political candidates respond to questionnaires

    Carrollton
    City Council

    Name: Robb W. Adams

    Age: 44

    How long have you been
    a Carroll County resident?

    16 years

    Where did you attend
    high school, college?

    Owen County High School

    Have you held public office before? If so, in what capacity?

    Yes. I am a member of Carrollton City Council.

    Why did you choose
    to seek this office?

  • Hawkins benefits from full-ride county consortium scholarship

    A scholarship from the Carroll County Training Consortium provided Mary Hawkins with opportunities that led to a full-time job in quality assurance at Dow Corning’s Carrollton plant.

    The scholarship paid Hawkins’ full tuition at Jefferson Community and Technical College and for all of her books for her two-year degree in Applied Process Technology.

  • Carroll County Middle School next in line for renovations

    Now that the renovation of Cartmell Elementary School is complete and the Early Childhood Learning Center is in its second year, Carroll County Schools Superintendent Lisa James and the Board of Education are turning their attention to upgrading and updating Carroll County Middle School.

    The project will include a new or renovated gymnasium, as well as renovations to two basements below the existing building, James said in a phone interview Monday, to create space for an arts and humanities program and project-based learning.