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  • Church News | July 13, 2017

    Worthville Baptist VBS July 16-20

    Worthville Baptist Church, 53 Jackson Ridge Rd. in Worthville, will be having a Galactic Starveyors Vacation Bible School July 16-20, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Children three years to sixth grade will spend the week “Discovering the God of the Universe.”  All are welcome. 

    For more information, contact the church at (502) 732-4242 or visit the website, www.worthvillebaptist.org.

    Mt. Byrd Christian hosts VBS July 17-21

  • If it ain’t broke, God won’t fix it
  • Electrical issue closes Butler Park’s pool

    General Butler State Resort Park has been without the lodge pool for two weeks. Park manager Dave Jordan said in an interview July 10 that voltage was found on the pool’s ground.

    Jordan said the park’s safety director came to check all the parks after they had learned it could be an issue. He said voltage was found on the ground at nine other parks across the state.

    The concern was the voltage could be transferred to the pool water making the pool unsafe for anyone to enter the water said Jordan.

  • Sesquienctial Sentiments - Celebrating Carroll County's history with Dave Taylor

    Residents of the northern end of Carroll County along the Ohio River had long been accustomed to the long, mournful steam whistles of the numerous mail packet and excursion steamboats plying America’s waterways. But in the late 1860s, steam whistles of a second kind became familiar sounds to the southern residents of the county when a railroad line connecting Louisville, Ky., and Cincinnati, Ohio, was completed by the Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington Railroad (LC&L).

  • Back In My Day | David and Mary Jo Corley

    You never know where you will meet the love of your life. For David and Mary Jo Corley, it was the Carroll County Tobacco Festival in 1950.

    David, a Trimble County native, came to the festival with his friend William Jackson. William was dating Betty Robbins at the time, who just happened to be friends with Mary Jo, a Carroll County native. The two hit it off right away and went to a movie at the Richland Theater after the festival.

  • Carroll County horse show

    Carroll County Fair horse show results

    Open lead line class

    First - Kolt Kinman

    Second - Kait Maiden

    Third - Evie Turlin

    Walk trot

    First - Kait Maiden

    Second - Kolt Kinman

    Third - Adelie Turlin

    Open mini class

    showmanship

    First - Janessa Craig

    Second - Joseph Ward

    Showmanship

    First - Kinley Kunkel

    Second - Dillan Human

    Third - Janessa Craig

    4-H Western Pleasure

    First - Kait Maiden

  • Learning to Juggle
  • Community Calendar | July 6, 2017

    New events

    Thursday, July 6

    Stuff The Cruiser, 3-6 p.m. at Kroger to benefit the Food Pantry of Carroll County. NASCAR driver Ryan Newman will arrive at 6 p.m. to sign autographs.

    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Buckle Up In Your Truck 225, 7:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Speedway

    Friday, July 7

    First Friday on the Square from 4-8 p.m. in downtown Carrollton. The event will feature the Just Us Band, the Carrollton’s Hottest Dog contest and the RiverView Farmers Market.

  • Church News | July 6, 2017

    Multi-church Vacation Bible School July 10-14

    St. John Catholic Church, the Carrollton Christian Church and the United Methodist Church of Carrollton together will hold Vacation Bible School “ Hero Central” July 10- 14 at the Carrollton Christian Church, 310 Fifth Street in Carrollton. For more information please call Pastor Tim Polley, (502) 732-5708.

    Sanders Baptist VBS

    Sanders Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School, Monday through Thursday, July 10-14, at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for all ages.

  • Thirsty? Drink this

    I’ve lived in Florida long enough to know that sometimes we have drought conditions and sometimes the water in the rivers and lakes gets so high it overflows.

    About five years ago, this area of Florida was bone dry. It was so dry that a local man who lived on a canal -- “waterfront property” -- converted the dried-out canal off his boat dock into a golf course, complete with putting green, fairway and a tall grass hazard.