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Today's News

  • Experiencing the holy

    I love yoga -- pants.

    Soft, comfy, forgiving. They’re great to wear around the house or to bed. They’re especially great to wear before, during and after you stop at the store and bring home a vanilla creme bundt cake and maybe slice into it one or 12 times too many.

    Not that I’ve ever done that, but if I do, I’ve got the perfect pants for it.

    Yoga itself I don’t know well enough to love. I love the idea of it, of wearing the clothes and being in a space that’s usually beautifully lit and serene.

  • Worthville Christian Church hosts celebration service June 12

    Worthville Christian Church will be hosting a celebration service at 10:45 a.m. with dinner to follow on Sunday, June 12.

    Pastor Joel Santos is currently recovering from a serious illness. He has served the church and community for more than 30 years. Praise Worship led by the Cain Family starts at 10:45 a.m. followed by the morning worship service. Dinner will be served following the service, provided by the church and the Santos family. Everyone is welcome.

  • Health benefits of walking

    “The sum of the whole is this: walk and be happy; walk and be healthy. The best way to lengthen out our days is to walk steadily and with a purpose.” –Charles Dickens

    Did you know that walking is the most popular physical activity among adults? This may be because it is so easy to do. Perhaps it is because there is no special equipment that is needed. Maybe it is because you can do it almost anywhere. Regardless of why it is the favorite, there are certainly many reasons why it is a good idea to walk.

  • Community Calendar | June 9, 2016

    New events

    June 3-11

    Carroll County Fair, held at the fair grounds behind Krogers, in Carrollton, stop in the News Democrat to get your free Carroll County Fair guide booklet.

    Thursday, June 9

    News-Democrat Publisher Jeff Moore and Editor Kristin Beck will be at Kroger from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. offering subscription specials! Also, stop by and sign up for the $50 Kroger card drawing and give Moore and Beck feedback on what you would like to see in the newspaper.

  • Winn garden renovated through Lowe’s grant

    The Kathryn Winn Primary school courtyard is a flurry of activity as Lowe’s employees and local volunteers begin the renovation project funded through a Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant.

    The Winn project is one of three district projects funded by the grant program. A sidewalk at Carroll County High School and an outdoor learning space at Carroll County Middle School each received $5,000 through the Lowe’s Toolbox for Education program.

  • Bach crowned Miss Carroll County Fair
  • Carroll County District Court Records | June 9, 2016

    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

  • I-71/I-75 pavement project underway in Kenton County

    Construction crews began a major pavement replacement project on I-71/I-75 in Kenton County on June 3.

     “The northbound pavement section beginning at the I-275 interchange in Erlanger extending north just before the US 25 (Dixie Highway) interchange will be removed and replaced with new concrete,” said Rob Hans, Chief District Engineer for Department of Highways District 6, in Covington. “This section of roadway will be replaced to provide a safer and smoother ride for all those who travel on the I-71/I-75 interstate.”

  • Dance scholarships
  • Life expectancy in Carroll lower than state average

    By DANIELLE RAY

    Kentucky Health News

    A life spent in Carroll County is expected to be shorter than one spent in most neighboring counties. Health researchers say that’s due to a complex web of factors that influence health — opportunities for education and jobs, safe and affordable housing, availability of nutritious food and places for physical activity, and access to health care, child care and social services.