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Today's News

  • Champions to attend the annual coalition training in Indy

    Champions for a Drug Free Carroll County Coalition will be represented Aug. 2-6, at The Annual Mid-Year Training Institute in Indianapolis, Ind., brought to us by The Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA).

    Each year CADCA partners with The Office of National Drug Control Policy and many others to host an annual mid-year training institute for coalitions all across America and even some from other countries.

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  • Kindergarten open enrollment, student registration, open house upcoming at Kathryn Winn

    In the coming weeks, Kathryn Winn Primary will be hosting three important events: open enrollment for incoming kindergarteners and new students, student registration and open house.

    Kindergarten and new student open enrollment will be held on July 29 from 12:30–3:30 p.m.

  • Smart snacks for families
  • Flood water contaminated fruits/vegetables unsafe for consumption

     The flash flooding we have experienced recently can take a toll on a vegetable garden, and gardeners should consider how floodwaters could affect the garden.

    The first consideration for the gardener would be the source of the floodwaters. Rain water or water from a potable water source or uncontaminated source does not carry the same potential hazards as water from a river, septic field or other potentially contaminated source.

  • Local search dog teams aid in Johnson’s efforts

    By MOLLY HAINES

    Landmark News Service

    Members of Owen County’s Commonwealth Canine Search & Recovery team and the Grand Paws Search Dog Association are expected to respond to Johnson County, Ky. Thursday to aid in the search of five missing people following flooding to the area Monday.

    The five people remained missing following flash flooding that destroyed about 150 homes and damaged several hundred others.

  • Body recovered in Johnson Co. flood debris identified as man who tried to save others

    By BILL ESTEP

    Lexington Herald-Leader

    The fourth drowning victim found after recent flooding in Johnson County reportedly helped several family members to safety before being swept away while trying to rescue his grandmother.

    Searchers found the body of Scott Johnson, who went by Scott Free, on Friday night, according to authorities and a family member.

  • Carroll County Community Calendar | July 16, 2015

    Thursday, July 16

    Carrollton Homemakers Club meets at 1:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Extension Office on Floyd Drive.

    West Carroll Water District meets at 6 p.m. in the Carrollton Utilities conference room, 225 Sixth St.

    Carroll County Animal Support meets at 6:30 p.m. at the second floor meeting room of the Carroll County courthouse.

    Carroll County Conservation District Board meets at 5 p.m. (winter) and 7:30 p.m. (summer) at the Conservation Office, 1802 Highland Ave.

  • The furry goodbye and the lonely food bowls

    As a young boy I did not have any pets, and as I grew up and had my own family I had no anticipation of a pet or pets showing up in our household. Then, we met him one dayat the campground, a lonely cat that somehow attached himself to our family and our Kentucky Fried Chicken.

    Yes, this copper and white-colored cat would not leave our campsite, even after the food was gone. Our two boys started asking, “Can we keep him, Dad? Can we?”

  • Permanent deacon appointed to St. John the Evangelist Church

    Bishop Roger J. Foys has appointed Deacon Mike Keller as Permanent Deacon to the St. John Catholic Church, 505 Fifth Street in Carrollton to assist the Rev. Allan Frederick in his ministry to the Carrollton community.

    Deacon Keller lives in Boone County and is a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky. He’s been married to his wife, Sue, for 43 years. They have three daughters and eight grandchildren. They are both retired.