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  • Six arrested on drug charges Sunday

    Local authorities arrested six men on charges of possession of a controlled substance Sunday night in Carrollton.

    Carrollton Police Officer Tim Mitchell and Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Rose were attempting to serve an arrest warrant at 1499 Owen Avenue at about 7:30 p.m., CPD Chief Mike Willhoite said. While attempting to serve the warrant, police observed through a window an individual appearing to be rolling up an unknown controlled substance.

  • Final plat OK’ed for Bishop’s Trace

    Carrollton Planning and Zoning approved the final plat for the Bishop’s Trace subdivision, located off 11th Street, at a special meeting held Wednesday, Nov. 30. This means the developer can now begin selling the yet-to-be-built homes.

    At the Nov. 7 P&Z meeting, Code Enforcement Officer Art Zook said the developers are planning to begin by building a duplex and pouring foundations for two quads off of Schuerman Street.

  • Light Up Carrollton
  • Soccer realignment would be positive change for Carroll County program

    Carroll County High School’s soccer teams may soon find themselves on a more even playing field when it comes to district play.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control will vote at their Jan. 25 meeting whether to accept the new district and regional soccer alignments for each of the state’s 16 regions that was drafted at its regular November meeting, Assistant Commissioner Michael Barren said.

  • Heavy rain hits Carroll

    A quick drop in river levels last week prevented possible flooding problems this week as more than three inches of rain fell in Carroll County between Sunday and Monday.

    Carroll County Flood Plain Manager Mitchell Perkins said the Kentucky River had dropped eight feet since last week when it hit flood levels, causing at least one road to close in the county. This made way for this week’s rains and prevented another rise into flood levels.

  • Heavy rain hits Carroll

    A quick drop in river levels last week prevented possible flooding problems this week as more than three inches of rain fell in Carroll County between Sunday and Monday.

    Carroll County Flood Plain Manager Mitchell Perkins said the Kentucky River had dropped eight feet since last week when it hit flood levels, causing at least one road to close in the county. This made way for this week’s rains and prevented another rise into flood levels.

  • Pearl Harbor coverage sparse in local papers as nation fought war

    The surprise attack on United States military installations on the island of Oahu 70 years ago today shocked the world. While we “remember Pearl Harbor,” there were numerous other facilities and islands involved in attacks by the Japanese military that day. Residents of small communities in middle America were no less stunned than those Americans in the coastal communities who would most likely have had the most to fear of impending attack on the mainland.

  • Hitting The Hardwood

    Basketball season begins for the Carroll County High School Panthers and Lady Panthers. The Black and Gold scrimmage games were held on Nov. 22. Both teams opened their season with a win. The girls defeated Eminence 54-17 at home, while the boys defeated Dayton 77-62 on the road.

  • Approval required for EIP funding

    Future applicants for the Enterprise Incentive Program keep in mind: Work cannot begin on the submitted project until after receiving approval for the funds from Carrollton City Council. 

    Passed in 1995, the EIP program provides a 50/50 matching grant of up to $4,000 to businesses in the downtown redevelopment district for public improvements including signage, façade improvements, new lighting and landscaping.

  • Come ‘Light Up Carrollton’ Friday at the courthouse

    Downtown Carrollton will light up Friday night to the sounds of Christmas favorites, kicking off the community’s annual holiday festivities.

    Carrollton Main Street Program will hold its first Light Up Carrollton celebration from 5-6 p.m. on the courthouse square.

    Carrollton Main Street manager Sam Burgess said the event features the Carroll County High School Chorus from 5-5:15 p.m., followed by Jeannie Rider from 5:15-5:40 p.m. The chorus returns to perform at 5:40 p.m. with holiday songs leading up to the light up ceremony.