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  • Race weekend winners
  • Carroll County District Court Records | July 3, 2014

    Items published in court news are public record. The News-Democrat publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published. Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to the News-Democrat do not imply guilt.

    DISTRICT COURT

    The following decisions were rendered Wednesday and Thursday, June, 25-26, 2014, in Carroll County District Court with the Hon. Thomas M. Funk presiding.

  • Tuttle Tots raises more than $9,000 for scholarship

    Winners not pictured:

    • 3K Walk Men’s Division: Steve Meadows, first place; John Brockman, second place; and Chris Yates, third place.

    • 3K Run 14 and under Girls’ Division: Sydney Amyx, first place; Julia Settles, second place; and Eden Richmond, third place.

    • 3K Run 40-49 Men’s Division: Dennis Amyx, first place.

    • 3K Run 50-59 Men’s Division: Brad Becraft, first place, and Donnie Williams, second place.

  • Kentucky Speedway owner hopes he’s won fans back

    By Tom Groeschen

    The Kentucky Enquirer

    Kentucky Speedway is entering its 15th season of auto racing, but track owner Bruton Smith said the facility remains far from a finished product.

    NASCAR returns to Kentucky this week with a tripleheader featuring Camping World Truck, Nationwide and Sprint Cup races, capped by the Quaker State 400 Cup race Saturday. With all that, Smith still has a wish list that includes:

    - An airport near the track;

    - More lanes on nearby I-71 to handle traffic;

  • Hogan selected as new Carroll County superintendent

    When Superintendent Lisa James, Ed.D., says ‘goodbye’ to Carroll County Schools and ‘hello’ to retirement June 30, a familiar face will be taking the reins. Assistant Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer Bill Hogan has been promoted to superintendent, effective July 1.

  • Residents want C’ton cleaned up

    Carrollton resident Jimmy Supplee is tired of the way Carrollton looks, and he wants city leaders to know about it.

    Supplee spoke to Carrollton City Council Monday, June 23, about the need to clean up the town. He opened by complimenting Mayor Gene McMurry and the current and previous councils for all the work they have done on the riverfront, including the river walk, Point Park and 2Rivers Campground.

  • Methadone clinic now operational in Carrollton

    A drug treatment facility will soon be open near the corner of 11th and Schuerman streets – a heavy traffic area in Carrollton that sits on the Safe Routes to School path.

    Carroll Counseling LLC is located at 539A 11th Street and will be distributing methadone – a drug that can be used to treat addicted individuals.

  • Express Care will decrease waits for walk-ins at CCMH

    Walk-in patients’ concerns about long waits will be addressed as Carroll County Memorial Hospital adds a new Express Care service.

    Beginning July 1, walk-in patients at Carroll County Family Practice will be seen by the new Express Care nurse practitioner, no longer impacting scheduled appointments with its doctors.

    CCMH Chief Executive Officer Michael Kozar said Express Care will operate Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., including through the lunch hour.

  • Social media ‘Wonder Dog’ rescued

    By JACOB BLAIR

    The News-Democrat Intern

    One scared dog that hid in the corner of a kennel as its picture was taken has garnered worldwide social media frenzy for the Carroll County Animal Society.

    Russell, an 18-month-old, was one of seven dogs surrendered by their owner to the animal shelter. Six dogs, including Russell, were adopted because of this response, as of Monday afternoon.

  • Caring for community