Today's News

  • Two-out hitting helps carry Carroll over Ludlow, 7-5

    Timely two-out hitting carried Carroll County to a 7-5 win over the visiting Ludlow Panthers May 16.

    “We had six runs batted in with two outs,” Carroll County head coach Jimmy Ray said.

  • Ky. revenue up thanks to tourism; Mammoth Cave a top destination

    Last week, state tourism leaders unveiled the latest annual study on the positive impact this industry has in Kentucky.  In a word, the news was good.

    Overall, tourism generated nearly $14 billion in direct and indirect sales in 2015, a 5 percent increase over 2014’s total.  It supported 186,000 jobs and provided nearly $1.5 billion in state and local tax revenue.

  • Herbst discusses effects of pinkeye for beef producers

    Pinkeye is a costly disease for the beef producer.  Preventing the disease is difficult because many factors are involved in the development of pinkeye including environment, season of the year, concurrent diseases, the strain of bacteria involved, and the animal’s genetic makeup and immune system.

  • Building the perfect salad

    With all the tasty salad options offered at a restaurant, it is easy to believe a recipe is needed when making a salad at home. Salads can be as simple or complex as desired, but a few steps is all it takes to create a nutrient-filled dish.

    Start with a base. Spinach, kale, romaine, butter head, cabbage, arugula, shredded Brussels sprouts. The darker the green, the higher it is in nutrients. Load up on this part, as it should be the bulk of the salad. Feel free to mix and match greens.

  • Ray strikes out 12 in 2-1 win over Campbell Co.

    Throwing and strikes once again won the ballgame for the Carroll County Panthers (16-6), as they held off a late rally to beat Campbell County, 2-1, Saturday, May 14.

    The Panthers bounced back after letting a win slip through their fingers the night before at Spencer County and were without three starters against the Camels (20-10).

  • Carroll softball defeats foe Gallatin County, 9-4

    Since rain has played havoc with softball schedules this spring Carroll County made up a district seed game against Gallatin County May 11, and came out with a 9-4 victory.

    The game started out as a pitchers duel between Carroll’s Andrea Searcy and Gallatin’s Abby Humphries.

    Gallatin scratched out runs in the second and fourth innings to take a 2-0 lead after three and a half innings.

  • Carroll falls to Owensboro Catholic in state All ‘A’

    For the second year in a row, the final score did not tell the whole story of what happened at the All ‘A’ state baseball tournament for the Carroll County Panthers. A six-run seventh propelled Owensboro Catholic over the Panthers, 9-2, in the round of eight Saturday, May 7, at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The Aces fell in the second round Sunday to eventual champion Beechwood.

  • Girls Day Out

    Female students from Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Owen and Trimble counties learned more about math and science opportunities at Girls Day Out, sponsored by Jefferson Community and Technical College April 22.

  • Express Yourself

    Carroll County Public Library celebrated the opening of the Mary Ann Gentry Art Show with a reception Friday, April 29.

  • Lady Panthers wait too late to get offense going, fall 6-4

    After being shutout through six innings, the Lady Panthers plated four runs in the bottom of the seventh against Simon Kenton. But it was too little, too late for the home team, losing 6-4 Thursday, May 5.