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Today's News

  • Kentucky legislature goes to Northern Kentucky on Thursday

    By Scott Wartman

    The Kentucky Enquirer

    Have a beef with the Kentucky General Assembly or want to tell them what a great job they’re doing?

    If you’re in Northern Kentucky today, you won’t have to go far.

    Legislators from around the state will come to Northern Kentucky to hold public meetings and tour the region for Developers’ Day.

  • Drivers brace for I-65 traffic delays in Louisville area due to construction

    By Grace Schneider and Charlie White

    The Courier-Journal

    The “Big Squeeze,” as it’s being called by officials, could become the “Big Headache” for motorists.

    A new phase of the $2.3 billion Ohio River Bridges Project that will start next week — and last for two years — will reduce Interstate 65 on the Indiana side of the Kennedy Bridge to two lanes in each direction, causing traffic delays on both sides of the river.

  • Neighbor helping neighbor

    If someone you know is elderly or dependent on life-sustaining or health-related equipment such as a ventilator, respirator or oxygen concentrator, you should make plans now to ensure their needs are met during severe weather and possible power outrages.

    Help them stock a home disaster kit including a flashlight and extra batteries, a battery-operated radio, bottled water, non-perishable foods, essential medicines and extra blankets or sleeping bags.

  • Grimes, McConnell address tough questions at ‘Measure the Candidates’ forum Aug. 20

    By TAYLOR RILEY

    Landmark News Service

    After 30 years in Washington, U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes no longer believes Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is the best candidate for Kentucky’s farmers.

    “Never has a senator been paid so much for doing so little for the people in Kentucky,” Grimes said at Kentucky Farm Bureau’s “Measure the Candidates” forum, held at their headquarters in Louisville on Aug. 20.

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  • Golf News | Aug. 21, 2014

    Girls win over Williamstown

    The Lady Panthers golf team defeated Williamstown by default Thursday, Aug. 14, as the Lady Demons only had two of the four players required for a team score.

    Williamstown’s Hannah Scroggins shot a 38, beating some of the boy players who were also competing on the course. Sarah Hicks of Williamstown shot a 51.

    Jadyn Bailey led the Lady Panthers with a 56, followed closely by Natalie Bennett and Taylor Napier, who each shot a 58. Ciara Hamilton finished with a 69, while Amelia Napier shot a 74.

  • Putting technology in the hands of students

     

  • School Menu | Aug. 21, 2014

    This menu is for Kathryn Winn Primary and Cartmell Elementary Schools,  changes for Carroll County High School and Middle School will be italicized.

     

    Thursday, Aug. 21, Breakfast: chicken biscuit; lunch: Rotini with meat sauce, breadstick, garden salad, broccoli, grapes or applesauce.

    Friday, Aug. 22, Breakfast: cinnamon rolls; lunch: chicken patty, bun, lettuce/tomato/pickle, peas, baked beans, orange or peaches.

  • Carroll County principal attending executive leadership training

    A Carroll County principal recently began a year-long executive level leadership training course usually reserved for the nation’s top CEOs. Thomas Stephens, Carroll County High School, was selected in April to participate in the Kentucky Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Institute for School Principals by an advisory board made up of business leaders and school superintendents. Stephens’ participation is sponsored by North American Stainless.