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Today's News

  • 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
  • McMahan hits 1,000 point-mark on senior night

    Evan McMahan scored his 1,000th career point on senior night Feb. 14, in a manner not often seen in a 70-60 loss to Louisville Collegiate.

    McMahan toed the foul line with 0.2 seconds left on the clock after being fouled on a 3-point attempt, needing all three to reach 1,000 points. “I am never nervous, until I stepped up to the free throw line,” McMahan said. “I knew that I had to breathe and the way I had been making them tonight I would make these.”

    And that he did, as all three shots were nothing but net.

  • Breaking the curse: Panthers end 15-game skid with double OT win

    The Carroll County Panthers finally broke the curse of their 15-game losing streak with a 79-71 double-overtime win-to-remember on homecoming night Friday, Feb. 10. The Panthers led Williamstown most of the game, thanks to a 17-9 first quarter. The Demons chipped away at the lead over the next four quarters and tied the game at 63 at the end of regulation. Both teams scored four points in the first overtime, sending it into a second four-minute period. Carroll scored baskets on their first two possessions and hit clutch free throws down the stretch to hang on to the win.

  • Lady Panthers pick up third straight win

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers put together a complete team win Friday night, fending off an almost single-handed effort by Williamstown senior Michaela Kennedy. The Lady Panthers won the game, 55-49, in front of a loud homecoming crowd.

  • Lady Panthers come up short in home finale, 52-47

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers lost a hard fought contest to the Shelby County Lady Rockets, 52-47, Feb. 13.

    Early in the first quarter neither team demonstrated basketball skills as Carroll County had five turnovers before hitting a shot. Shelby County missed the first five shots they took, yet Carroll County only led 5-4 with 4:12 left in the first quarter.

    Junior Abigail Aulbach scored five of her game-high 20 points as Carroll jumped out to a 9-4 lead.

  • Carroll County Public Library | Feb. 16, 2017

    Kentucky is one of nine states whose Driver’s Licenses are no longer valid for entrance to military bases and as of Jan. 22, 2018, will not be accepted for air travel in the United States. Since the library has recently become a passport acceptance agency, the library will help you plan for any upcoming travel before there is a rush on passport services on a national level. For a first time passport or renewal please call (502) 732-7020 for details about what is required for an efficient application process. Don’t wait until the last minute.