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Today's News

  • Ninth annual walk set to raise funds for CHD

    God’s Special Little Hearts and the Owen County Homemakers will host the ninth annual Walk for Awareness of Congenital Heart Defects event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Owenton First Baptist Church Family Life Center, 213 North Main Street in Owenton, Ky. The event is free to attend.

    A special recognition walk for CHD survivors and families of angels will be held at 3 p.m.

  • School menu | Jan. 30, 2014

    This menu is for Cartmell Elementary and Kathryn Winn Primary schools. Carroll County High School and Middle Schools are the same except for where noted.

     

    Thursday, Jan. 30: Lasagna, breadstick, broccoli,  veggies, grapes and Mandarin oranges; breakfast: Sausage biscuit and gravy.

    Friday, Jan. 31: Seafood basket, mac and cheese, cole slaw, Nantucket veggies, apple and fruit cocktail; breakfast: French toast sticks.

  • Craig named to Hanover dean’s list

    D.C. Craig was one of more than 300 students who earned Dean’s List honors for the Fall 2013 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must have a GPA of 3.5 or better.

    Craig, a senior communication major, is the son of David and Janet Craig of Carrollton. He is a graduate of Carroll County High School.

    Located on 650 acres overlooking the Ohio River in southeastern Indiana, Hanover is a premier, nationally ranked liberal arts institution that has core strengths in the sciences, education and business.

  • Student of the week: Jessie Smith, 12th grade

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Lunch. It’s warm and there is food.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Math because it is easy.”

    What was the last book you read? 

    “Unwind”

    What was the last movie you saw?  

    “Frozen”

    Where do you want to go to college? 

    Murray State

  • Byrd wins geography bee at CAC

    Christian Academy of Carrollton sixth-grader Mason Byrd won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee Jan. 14 and has a chance to win a $50,000 college scholarship. The school-level competition was the first round of the 26th annual National Geographic Bee.

    The bee kicked off nationwide during the week of Nov. 11, with thousands of schools around the United States and in the first U.S. territories participating. Byrd will be eligible to compete in the state bee April 4.

  • Program offers early learning opportunities for children

    The Carroll County Early Childhood Council is hosting an event Feb. 7 that will help parents, childcare providers and other caregivers better prepare children for kindergarten. The program, KinderBoost, is for three- and four-year-old children who are not currently enrolled in preschool.

    The Feb. 7 event will be held from 10–11:30 a.m. at the Carroll County Child Development Center, located next to Kathryn Winn Primary School.

  • Carroll County grad donates $20,000 to buy iPads for Winn

    Debbie Knotts Thaman presented Superintendent Lisa James and Kathryn Winn Principal Gerda Wise with a $20,000 check to be used for student iPads.  Thaman presented the check on behalf of the Thaman Family Foundation, which she and her husband Randy endow.

    “Debbie and Randy are such generous people,” Wise said.  “She grew up in Carroll County and went to school here.  It’s great to see someone give back to the community.”

  • Senators hear governor’s budget plan, eye bills on elections, abortion

    After observing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, the Legislature went back to work.

    Tuesday was a significant day as Senate President Pro Tem Katie Stine became the first female legislator to preside over the joint session of the Kentucky General Assembly, during which Gov. Steve Beshear presented his proposed budget.

    During the address, Beshear presented a multi-faceted budget proposal of $20.3 billion for the next two fiscal years. The plan calls for 5 percent cuts to most state agencies, proposes a gas tax increase and borrows $1.9 billion in new debt.

  • Governor’s budget would raises teacher salaries, boost education

    Shortly after Gov. Steve Beshear first took office in late 2007, he remarked that not only did he find the cupboard bare, it was actually gone.

    It hasn’t gotten any easier since then.  Cumulative budget cuts over the last six years have reached $1.6 billion, the state government workforce has shrunk to its smallest size in 40 years and the list of needs continues to grow faster than the revenue coming in.

  • On the road to "A" title

    Carroll beats Gallatin for first time since ‘09

    A fourth-quarter comeback lifted the Carroll County Panthers over the Gallatin County Wildcats, 57-50, in the first round of the 8th Region All “A” Classic Friday. It was the Panthers’ first win over the Wildcats since Jan. 9, 2009. 

    Carroll played a solid all-around game, shooting 43 percent from the field compared to 34 percent for the Wildcats. They dished out more assists (13-6), picked off more passes (11-4) and committed less turnovers (11-17) than Gallatin.