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Today's News

  • Fatal wreck in Carroll County

    The Kentucky State Police is investigating a fatal collision on I-71 North, in Carroll County.

    On Oct. 8, at approximately 11:40 a.m., Kentucky State Police Post 5 received a 911 call in reference to a single vehicle collision on I-71 north near the 51-mile marker. 

  • Missing man found dead near Ghent

    The body of a man reported missing in Carroll County in early September was discovered by a fisherman near Ghent on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

    The body of Frederick A. Parr III, 49, who had been living in the county was found floating in McCool’s Creek on Duiguid Farms at 6800 Hwy. 42 in Ghent, according to Carroll County Coroner David Wilhoite.

    The Kentucky State Police received a missing person report Sept. 9, on Parr, who had worked in the county, but was unemployed, Whilhoite said.

  • Carroll falls to Spencer in Regional Tournament, 6-2

    Early mistakes contributed to the Carroll County Panthers finding themselves behind early to an aggressive Spencer County team in the opening round of the 8th Regional Tournament. Despite two huge goals from senior Trystan Amick, it wasn’t enough, as the Panthers lost, 6-2. The first round of the tournament was held at Owen County High School.

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  • Save your plastic caps

    Kathryn Winn Primary second-grader Madison Having is doing her part to help save the world by collecting plastic caps and lids that will be used to create a new park bench. Her goal is to fill 10 garbage cans full of caps from drink bottles, milk jugs, toothpaste tubes, flip-tops from ketchup and mustard bottles, deodorant, spray cans, and detergent and caps with recycle No. 2 and 5. Acceptable lids include mayonnaise jars, peanut butter jars, cottage cheese tubs, cream cheese tubs, ice cream tubs, coffee cans and butter containers.

  • District Dynasty

    The Carroll County Panthers soccer team battled through multiple injuries, a missing starter and players in new positions, but they achieved their goal: to win a sixth straight 31st District championship. Junior Felix Avila scored Carroll County’s only goal, and the Panthers held on to win 1-0 over Henry County Oct. 12, at Henry County.

  • City waiting for answers from Ky. Wired

    Carrollton City Council is still seeking answers from the state about an unauthorized broadband line that was installed under the city hall parking lot.

    Phillip Brown of the Kentucky Communications Network Authority spoke to council about the Kentucky Wired project, a public/private partnership to create a 3,200-mile long broadband network across the state. The project originally began in Eastern Kentucky, but was later expanded to include the entire state, he said.

  • Ohio, Kentucky River walks complete by Dec. 8

    The downtown river walk extension projects are finally making headway, as Carrollton City Council awarded the bids at a special meeting Oct. 13, after renegotiating with the contractors.

    Mayor Robb Adams said phase two of the Ohio River walk and the Kentucky River walk were both bid over budget. Since there was only one bid on both projects, the state gave the city permission to work with the companies to get the projects at or near budget.

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  • Football suffers tough loss to Owen

    Carroll County football lost a heartbreaker Thursday night, as Owen County drove 97 yards and scored a touchdown and extra point with 58 seconds to go to win, 21-20, in Owenton.

    “We just had individual breakdowns at key times that hurt us,” head coach Hunter Cantwell said. “I thought we played a good game against a very good football team, came out and did a lot of things well, but a lot of little things bit us in the rear and when you play a tough opponent like Owen, those things add up.”