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Today's News

  • Winn Primary Father-Daughter Dance
  • Junior Panthers recognized

    The Carroll County Junior Panthers basketball teams were recognized before the Carroll County High School varsity girls’ game Feb. 7. The third-grade girls were recognized Feb. 13.

  • Senior Night \ Feb. 16, 2017
  • Library purchases van for outreach program thanks to NAS donation

    The Carroll County Public Library has a new 2017 Ford Transit Connect van thanks to the generosity of North American Stainless.

    Carroll County Public Library Director Hillary Arney said that NAS assistant to the president Melanie Stewart asked if the library had any outreach programs that the company could support. Arney spoke to Stewart about the need to have transportation for the expanded library outreach programs.

  • Methamphetamine on the rise so far in 2017

    Only a month-and-a-half into 2017 and the Carrollton Police Department is already seeing a rise in its methamphetamine cases.

    Since Jan. 1, the department has investigated eight possession and four trafficking cases of methamphetamine, CPD Officer Tim Gividen said. The department has confiscated 40.78 grams of the drug so far this year. In all of 2016, the department confiscated 56.34 grams.

  • 2017 homecoming royalty
  • CPD to have jurisdiction in other counties; Park update

    Carrollton Police Department officers now have jurisdiction in 26 other Kentucky counties should they come across a blatant violation while they are traveling through the area.

    Council approved a resolution to approve an amendment to the interlocal agreement creating the Bluegrass and Central Kentucky Unified Police Protection System. Mayor Robb Adams explained that this does not mean the general public will start seeing police officers from other counties actively patrolling the streets.

  • Fiscal Court approves agreement with Dow-Corning

    Dow-Corning presented Carroll County Fiscal Court Feb. 14, with an updated Foreign Trade Zone Agreement. The zone agreement provides the local industry with tax incentives. Dow-Corning has been operating under the current agreement since 2012, and makes payments to taxing entities in lieu of assessed values.

    The proposed agreement is essentially the same except that Dow-Corning wants to issue one check to the county, and the county would issue the funds to the proper taxing entities rather than Dow-Corning issuing five or six checks.

  • Panthers have record-setting night in win over Bellevue

    Coming off a thrilling double-overtime win on Homecoming Night less than 24 hours earlier, the Carroll County Panthers could have come out flat Saturday afternoon against visiting Bellevue. Instead, the Panthers built off the momentum and turned in their best four quarters of the season, winning 89-61.

    Leading by nine at halftime, Carroll outscored Bellevue 20-7 in the third quarter to blow the game wide open.

    It was a record-setting ball game, as the Panthers finished with season-highs in points, assists (22), steals (20) and 3-pointers (14-26 for 54 percent).

  • Chris Kicks Cancer