Today's News

  • Carroll County District Court Records | Oct. 13, 2016


    The deed for Terry Marsha Henry of Worthville, should have read, Terry Marsha Henry of Worthville to Michael Lingenfelter of Worthville and Terry Marsha Henry of Worthville, for property located in Happy Hollow Campgrounds, in Worthville, for the amount of $1, (fair market value is $23,000) on Aug. 26, 2016.

  • Hill graduates from Sullivan

    Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD) is proud to announce Amy D Hill, of Carrollton, Ky. has earned a degree in AAS interior design in the class of Spring 2016.

  • Lions Club hosts magic show for eyeglass fundraiser

    The Carrollton Lions Club is once again asking the community for help in its local Eyeglass Fundraiser charity. All money raised stays in the Carrollton community and benefits the Eyeglass Program. The Eyeglass Program provides eye care, eyeglasses and eye treatments to those in need in our community.

  • Proper cleaning of horse stalls essential to prevent disease

    The Equine Disease Quarterly is a publication produced by UK’s Gluck Equine Research Center in Lexington. This quarterly newsletter has interesting equine information on the state, national, and international levels.

    In the October issue, Dr. Roberta Dwyer in the UK Department of Animal and Food Sciences, offers information on the importance of cleaning and disinfecting stalls.

    Cleaning and disinfecting stalls is critically important for biosecurity, especially in controlling disease outbreaks. However, much misinformation exists.

  • School menu | Oct. 13, 2016

    This menu is for Kathryn Winn Primary and Cartmell Elementary Schools, changes for Carroll County High School and Middle School will be italicized.

    Thursday, Oct. 13: Breakfast: Chicken biscuit or apple cinnamon toast or fruit pocket; lunch: Soft taco, lettuce/tomato/ cheese/salsa/sour cream, refried beans, Mexican rice and banana. Carroll County High School and Middle School will offer: Soft taco or chicken fajita with lettuce/tomato/ cheese/salsa/sour cream, refried beans, Mexican rice and banana for lunch.

  • County to apply for litter abatement grant; county park project rebid; railroad crossings to be repaired;

    Carroll County Fiscal Court agreed to submit a grant application for a Litter Abatement grant. Carroll County Community Development Corporation Executive Director Gary Mathis told court members Tuesday that this is a formula grant and the amount would be determined by how many applied for the grant, as well as county demographics.

    The grant would be for the 2017 calendar year, and Mathis estimated the county could receive $3,000 to $6,000. The county will be reimbursed for cost of cleanup of roads and educational materials.

  • Panthers worn down by Pioneers

    The Simon Kenton Pioneers played wide and with their defense up, feeding the ball to their scorers up front. After a solid effort in the first half, the Panthers eventually got worn down in the second, falling 8-1 Oct. 6. The Pioneers outshot the Panthers 35-9, with Panthers keeper Blake Reynolds making 11 saves.

  • Carroll shuts out Bullitt Central on senior day

    Bullitt Central’s boys soccer team had its work cut out for it Saturday, as the team played the entire 80 minutes with 10 players–or less after a couple injury plays–due to missing six players to fall break. This made for an enjoyable day for the Carroll County Panthers, who were celebrating its senior day. The Panthers had six different players score in its 6-0 victory.

  • Girls fall in final home game, 5-1

    Senior Savanna Martinez scored her first goal of the season for Carroll County Saturday against Whitefield Academy. But it was too little too late for the Lady Panthers, as the team was hindered by another slow start. Whitefield won the game, 5-1, Oct. 8.

    Carroll County had 16 shots on goal, a relatively high number for the Lady Panthers, but could only connect on one. Whitefield had 22 shots on goals, with 11 saves by Carroll senior Houston Lindsay.

  • More details in Kinman case emerge at hearing

    Prosecution and defense in Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman’s criminal case presented arguments Friday, Oct. 7, at a suppression hearing regarding an alleged illegal search of the sheriff’s office in September 2013.