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  • Are you smarter than a fifth grader?

    As part of Cartmell Elementary School’s Spring Artists Showcase on Monday, Port William Historical Society put community leaders up against the school’s Kentucky History Bowl Team.

  • Fiscal court outlines the budget for 2012-13

    Carroll County’s 2012-13 budget includes funding to start up Camp Kysoc, to fill an open position for 4-H at the county Extension Service and to support initiatives such as the I-71 Corridor effort that garnered $1.2 million from the General Assembly this year.

    Fiscal court approved the budget on first reading at its May 8 meeting, with a second reading expected later this month.

    Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson asked magistrates to review the spending proposal with hopes that it can be adopted by June 1.

  • Missing girl found safe by searchers

    “Oh, thank God!” was the reaction of several friends and family members waiting at the home of Rob and Traci McBurney on Port William Lane in Carrollton, when they got word Tuesday that police had located their missing daughter.

    More than 50 local police, rescue and fire department members, along with many community volunteers, mobilized Tuesday morning after the family reported the girl missing around 6 a.m.

    The 12-year-old girl, Faith Antoinette McBurney, was found unharmed about five hours after the search began in an area near Gillock Avenue.

  • Police searching for missing 12-year-old

    A 12 year old Carrollton girl is missing and law enforcement is seeking information from the public.

    Faith Antoinette McBurney was last seen by her family at approximately 11 p.m. Monday, May 14, 2012. She was last seen wearing black shorts, an orange tank top and flip flops.

    Law enforcement are treating this as a missing person rather than an abduction.

  • Milton-Madison reopens following inspection

     

    Kentucky Transportation Cabinet bridge engineers completed an inspection of the Milton-Madison Bridge on U.S. 421 over the Ohio River Saturday. The bridge was closed late Friday evening by law enforcement on both sides of the river after calls regarding safety concerns on the bridge were received through the Madison, Ind. 911 system.

     

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  • City hires temporary workers to fill campground manager slot

    The City of Carrollton entered into a contract with Adecco to hire temporary workers to fill the manager position at the Two Rivers Campground.

    Council voted 4-0 in a special meeting held Friday to authorize the contract. Council members Ann Deatherage, Robb Adams, Mike Gordon and Kevin Craig were present for the vote.

  • Two from Carroll County charged in Gallatin County meth bust on May 4

    Kentucky State Police Troopers responding to a complaint of a suspicious smell discovered a meth lab at the Speedway Inn in Gallatin County Friday.

    Gallatin County dispatchers received the call at about 9 a.m.  Friday, May 4 and contacted KSP for assistance. Troopers and deputies from the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office went to the Speedway Inn and allegedly discovered two active meth labs in a hotel room, according to a news release. Several ingredients used in making methamphetamine also were found in the room, KSP said.

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  • Gallatin Steel named ‘Healthiest Employer’ by Business Courier

    Gallatin Steel has won the Cincinnati Business Courier’s award for Healthiest Employer of Greater Cincinnati for companies with 200-999 employees.

    The Healthiest Employer award winners were chosen for having demonstrated high commitment to a culture of health and wellness, and for giving their employees exceptional opportunities and incentives for making healthy lifestyle choices.