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Today's News

  • Carroll County At Work: Magali McCarty (I for Interpreter)

    Being an interpreter is more than just being able to speak multiple languages. It takes accuracy, precision and focus to do the job.

    Magali McCarty is Carroll County’s only certified Spanish interpreter through the Administrative Office of the Courts and the only AOC-certified Portuguese interpreter in the state of Kentucky, earning her certifications in 2004.

  • Fiscal court approves part-time deputy hire

    Carroll County Fiscal Court unanimously approved Sheriff Jamie Kinman’s request for a part-time deputy at the May 15 meeting.

    “I have a retired city police officer that is interested in working part-time,” Kinman said. “His retirement limits him to 99 hours per month and the county would not have to pay any insurance or retirement benefits.”

    Kinman stated that the hire would serve papers and transport prisoners but would not be doing any casework. He would also be a presence at night and on the weekends.

  • Kentucky Sports Radio comes to Carrollton
  • “Keep Calm and Dance On”

     

    Turning Pointe Dancer Center held its “Keep Calm and Dance On” recital May 16, at Carroll County High School

  • Winn Primary explores the outdoors
  • Kentucky exports up 11 percent in 2015, ranks third in the nation

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT – While national exports are down 5 percent from this time last year, Kentucky’s products were thriving in the global market in early 2015.

    Through the first quarter of 2015, Kentucky’s exports were 11 percent higher than a year ago, ranking the state third in the nation for year-over-year export growth. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, aside from Missouri, no other state bordering Kentucky placed in the top 10.

  • CCHS volleyball camp June 10-12

    Carroll County High School volleyball hosts its youth camp June 10-12 at the high school. Camp will be held from 9 a.m.-noon. Girls heading in to third through eighth grades are welcome.

    The cost is $45 for all three days if pre-registered by June 5, or $50 at the door. Campers will learn from CCHS coaches, players, college-level players and CCHS alumni. They also will receive a t-shirt.

  • CCHS football hosts golf scramble

    Carroll County High School football boosters will host a golf scramble May 30, at Cardinal Hills Golf Course, 335 Starks Lane, Bedford. Tee time is 9 a.m.

    The cost is $240 for a team of four or $220 if pre-registered by May 16. The maximum number of teams is 20.

    The event includes a meal, prizes, a live DJ, silent auction, 50/50 raffle and contests including Wear a skirt at the red tee, longest drive and closest to the pin.

  • Lady Raiders win over Lady Panthers on Senior Night

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders closed out their regular season by claiming a 5-2 win over border rival Carroll County while sending their four seniors out in a big way on Senior Night.

    Carroll County’s Kyra Kane scored a run in the first inning to put the Lady Panthers on the scoreboard. Kane drew a walk, was advanced to second on a fielder’s choice ground out, then scored on a single by Mackenzie Hawkins.

  • Recital time!

    Katrina’s School of Dance held its 22nd annual recital May 16 at Carroll County Middle School.