Today's News

  • Volleyball falls in five sets to Henry

    Carroll County volleyball’s failure to finish points ended with a 3-2 loss to district rival Henry County, Sept. 8.

    “Positioning killed us tonight,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said. “We had 35 attack errors, which tells me we never got in the right position to hit the ball. The team had more errors than kills on the night.”

    The match was a back and forth affair all night as Henry prevailed in the odd number games (25-21, 24-26, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12).

  • Cross Country | Sept 17, 2015
  • Girls' Soccer | Sept. 17, 2015

    Lady Panthers lose close contest

  • Down on the farm

    The Carroll County Public Library and the Carroll County Early Childhood Council held its latest Panther Tot event “Down on the farm,” Sept. 10 at Point Park. The early literacy event was for children from birth to five years old and featured a BBQ dinner, a petting farm, live music and learning activities. Two hundred and fifty children and their families attended the event, and each child received a free book.

  • Changes coming to city’s EIP program

    Carrollton City Council unanimously voted Monday to suspend the Enterprise Incentive Program until changes are made to clear up the process, after a recent dispute over whether or not a project had met all of the requirements for reimbursement.

    “This is not brain surgery,” Mayor Robb Adams said.

  • “Seniors Rock” at Point Park tonight

    The 2015 Carroll County Senior Event, “Seniors Rock” is Thursday, Sept. 17, at 4:30 p.m. at Point Park in downtown Carrollton. All seniors from Carroll and surrounding counties are invited to join in the festivities.       

    This year’s event will feature music from Madison Community Band, BBQ dinner, including dessert, games, giveaways, and door prizes from local establishments.

  • Southern corn rust infecting corn fields

    The pathogen of southern rust of corn (Puccinia polysora) has infected a lot of corn fields in Kentucky within the last month.

  • Hitting the trail

    The second annual Sheriff Jamie Kinman Scholarship Trail Ride was held Aug. 28, at Rafter 7 Ranch in Carroll County. The proceeds of the trail ride will benefit local academic scholarships. There were 70 riders, and the event raised enough money to give three $1,000

  • Student of the week: Lauren Watkins, 8th grade

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?
    “Band and science.”
    What is your favorite subject and why?
    “Kelly Stewart becaues she helped me love science.”
    What was the last book you read? 
    “The Red Pyramid”
    What was the last movie you saw?  
    Where do you want to go to college? 
    Auburn University

  • Football shut out at KCD

    Coming off their first win of the season, the Carroll County Panthers (1-3) were shut out Friday against Kentucky Country Day (2-2), falling 40-0 on the road.

    Head coach Lee Downey said he was disappointed in the team’s performance. “We are a lot better team than we showed during that performance,” he said.