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Today's News

  • Newcomer, Nab earn Eagle Scout
  • Lewis named NCO of the Year

    SFC William P. Lewis, II of Carrollton was presented the award for 2017 NCO Soldier of the Year at a ceremony May 4. He was chosen from soldiers in three states.

    During the presentation his superior, Master Sergeant Chad Savage, said Lewis is physically fit, mentally fit and spiritually fit.

    Lewis will be traveling to Washington, D.C. in October where he will be honored for this accomplishment.

    Lewis serves in the Ohio National Guard based in Cincinnati.

    He is married to Brittany Tiller Lewis, and they reside in Carrollton.

  • Running toward their goals

    Eight Carroll County women recently competed in the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and miniMarathon April 29, in Louisville. Jenna Groves, Amy Eversole, Tonya Martin and Melanie Groves ran their first full marathon (26.2 miles). Hayley Franklin, Amy Alsup, Michelle Griffith and Katrina True ran the half marathon (13.1 miles). 

  • Legislators to discuss issues in depth at Interim Joint Committees starting June 1

    Over a month has passed since the conclusion of the 2017 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly but my work as your senator has not slowed. Between answering your well thought-out letters and phone calls, I have been visiting with constituents in our district and listening to your concerns and preparing to discuss many of those topics during the Interim. 

  • Rand discusses new health care legislation

    Oprah Winfrey. Bill Clinton. George Clooney. Each has reached a level of success that few will ever know.

    Age wise, however, they are faces in a very large crowd—a crowd called the Baby Boom generation which grows larger with each passing year. Made up of around 75 million people born between 1946 and 1964, Baby Boomers in America are in nearly a dead heat with the Millennial generation (ages 18-34) to claim the title of largest living generation in the U.S., according to the Pew Research Center.

  • Trapps celebrate 25 years
  • HIRT coordinator joins NKADD

    Veteran community engagement professional Amanda Peters was named Heroin Impact Response Task Force Coordinator at the Northern Kentucky Area Development District in April.

    The Heroin Impact Response Task Force was formed in 2012, bringing together more than 15 community partners in a united effort to ensure the people of Northern Kentucky will have access to life-saving and life-restoring resources for addiction that will reduce its impact in our communities.

  • Sixth-grade band concert
  • Softball scores big win on Senior Night Tuesday

    After a slow start, Carroll County’s bats started rolling against Frankfort Tuesday night, as the Lady Panthers sent their seniors off with a 22-3 blowout win on Senior Night. It was the final home game for Haley Dermon, Kyra Kane and Cheyenne Lawrence.

    “This is a good group of seniors,” head coach Chelsie Roy said. “They bond well with the team. I’ve enjoyed coaching them the past three years, and they’ve grown within the last three years, I feel like, and they’ve grown as leaders.”

  • Baseball falls to KCD, 10-1

    The Panthers’ baseball team fell behind early and could never get back on track, falling 10-1 to visiting Kentucky Country Day May 9.

    KCD scored two runs in the top of the first, and Carroll scored their only run of the game in the bottom of the first. Leadoff Deaton Oak reached on an error by the shortstop and advanced to second on a groundout by Seth Hicks. Evan McMahan hit a grounder to shortstop, but the throw to first was low, allowing Oak to score, 2-1.