Today's News

  • Carroll County High School | June 11, 2015

    Ninth grade

    All A

    Autumn Adams, Abigail Aulbach, Sydney Ball, Emily Beach, Abagail Evans, Angela Gentry, Tayttum Horine, Damon Maines, Haley Martin, Faith McBurney, Elizabeth Meadows, Alec Mieske, Tiffany Molina, Grace Morgan and Chasity Taylor.


  • Carroll County Middle School Honor Roll | June 11, 2015

    Sixth grade

    All A

    Devin Benecke, Gabrielle Bowen, Maura Brands, Tammy Butcher, Karolina Chagnay, Gracie Craig, Dante Cruz, Kennedy Daigle, Taylor Franklin, Brandie Garcia, Mallory Gross, Danyn Johnson, Bailey Leap, Bailey Mefford, Deaton Oak, Kaitlyn Osborne, Hailey Robbins, Cheyenne Smith, Jeffery Winters and Lily Young.


  • Cartmell Honor Roll | June 11, 2015

    Third grade 

    All A

  • First Friday | June 2015
  • Valley Christian welcomes new minister

    Mr. Donnie Collings has recently accepted the preaching minister position at Valley Christian Church of Carrollton located at 817 Eleventh Street in Carrollton. This marks the beginning of his career in the ministry as a vocation.

  • Preserving produce: To can or to freeze?

    Soon, many vegetables and fruits will be ready for harvesting, and many gardeners will have more produce than they can readily eat. Those who want to preserve fresh, summer foods for later consumption will consider either freezing or canning the harvest. But is one way of preservation better than the other? The answer depends on the type of food you want to preserve. 

    If proper techniques and correct temperatures are used, frozen foods retain greater amounts of their vitamin content, natural color, flavor and texture.

  • Willhoite, Dickow could face contempt charges

    Contempt charges against Carrollton Police Chief Mike Willhoite and Officer Ron Dickow were put on hold by Special Judge Karen A. Thomas during their first appearance in Circuit Court on Thursday, June 3.

    If found in contempt, Willhoite and Dickow could each spend 179 days in jail for their alleged roles in putting a Carroll County inmate on a bus to Florida on April 23, rather than transporting him to Eastern State Hospital in Lexington, as had been ordered by District Court Judge Elizabeth Chandler.

  • Fair Festivities
  • C’ton wins grant to fix bridge near campground

    The city of Carrollton has been awarded a $100,000 federal Transportation Alternatives Program grant, Carroll County Community Development Corporation Executive Directory Bob Yoder announced Monday to Carrollton City Council. The grant is an 80/20 match and will be used to fix the floor of the historic wrought iron bridge, located over the ravine next to the 2Rivers Campground and pave sidewalks from the bridge to Point Park.

  • Out with the old

    Carrollton Utilities’ water line replacement project is underway on Highland Avenue from Second Street to Eleventh Street. The project, which began the second week of May, replaces 4,735 feet of six-inch cast iron pipe installed more than 80 years ago with new six-inch PVC plastic pipe, which has an estimated life of 100 years, Utility Engineer Terry Roach said.