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  • Goff, McNeal’s, Down on Main honored with top awards at chamber banquet

    Rock-and-roll oldies filled the air at the Historic English Schoolhouse as the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce honored local residents during the 14th annual awards and recognition banquet Thursday.

    The evening began with classics played by the Kentucky Kruizers to prepare those attending for two performances by Elvis impersonator Todd Bodenheimer.

    While Elvis was “in the building,” the stars of the night were the winners of the chamber’s community service, community impact and beautification awards.

  • A Night of Terror from Poe

    Expect to be chilled and thrilled as the Carroll County High School drama club presents the works of classic author Edgar Allan Poe in their fall production. The show will be performed on Friday, Oct. 28 for the student body and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 for the public  in the high school cafeteria. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.

  • CCMH nurse arrested for stealing drugs

    Kentucky State Police arrested a registered nurse at Carroll County Memorial Hospital Monday on charges of stealing drugs from the hospital.

    Carrie Leoren Shuck, 34, from La Grange was charged with theft of a controlled substance first offense, a class D felony. She is currently being held at the Carroll County Detention Center.

    According to the KSP report, Shuck allegedly stole and consumed 76 containers of liquid narcotics including Morphine, Demerol, Dilaudid and Toradol from the hospital between the dates of Sept. 5 and Oct. 4.

  • Zoning violation dispute packs meeting

    A dispute over an alleged zoning violation brought tempers to a boil during the Ghent City Commission meeting Tuesday, Oct. 11.

    Carroll County deputies J.T. Shaw and Daniel Rose attended the meeting, which brought a capacity crowd to city hall.

    Shaw more than once was called on to keep the crowd orderly.

  • Church not eligible for city’s EIP funding

    First Apostolic Church, 111 Third Street in Carrollton, did not receive funding from the Enterprise Incentive Program for its new sign.

    Carrollton Mayor Gene McMurry said the church is not a business, which makes it ineligible to receive funding.

    The city’s Design and Review Board initially approved the funding request for $1,150, but it was not approved by city council.

  • Carrollton City Council briefs - Oct. 12, 2011

    Carrollton has bigger problems than house

    The resident at 617 Main Street came to Carrollton City Council Monday night to let them know they need to focus on bigger problems than the home he rents.

    Jesse Smoot said he has lived in John Shrewsberry’s rental at the location for the past year with his partner and said they have enjoyed living in the yellow house on the Ohio River.

  • Pedestrian killed on US. 421 in Trimble

    A Milton man died Oct. 4 when he was struck by a vehicle on U.S. 421 south of Milton.

    Kentucky State Police report that Marshall Kendall, 63, was walking south on U,S. 421 North around 8:36 p.m. and had stopped to remove some debris in the roadway. Kendall was struck by a vehicle traveling in the northbound lane, according to the state police news release. He was pronounced deceased on scene by the Trimble County Coroner.

  • Crime brief - Oct. 12, 2011

    An alert neighbor led to a foiled burglary attempt and the arrest of a 30-year-old Milton woman, according to Kentucky State Police.

    The neighbor, who resides on state Hwy. 316, observed a woman enter the home of a neighbor and alerted police, according to Trooper Michael Webb, public information officer for the KSP Campbellsburg Post 5. The neighbor confronted the subject who then fled. The neighbor gave police a description of the suspect’s car, a blue Subaru.

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