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Today's News

  • Pumpkin Picassos
  • KET spotlights Carrollton on ‘Kentucky Life’

    Carrollton will be featured on television this weekend, Oct. 18-19, and this time it’s good news.

    KET’s Kentucky Life travels to Carrollton for an “Our Town” segment to spotlight the city’s unique charm.

    Founded in 1792 and originally known as Port William, Carrollton was renamed and became the county seat of Carroll County in 1838. Today, in addition to its river-town charm, Carrollton is known as a gateway to beautiful nearby General Butler State Resort Park.

  • Fundraising halfway to $4 million

    A bold community effort to raise $4 million toward a state-of-the-art regional college campus has topped the halfway mark.

  • McConnell, Grimes avoid firm answers on the issues

    By Brenton Ward, Cheyene Miller, Tyler Spanyer, Ben Tompkins and Megan Ingros

    University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Telecommunications

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – Coal, jobs, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act were the major subjects of Monday night’s debate between Republican U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes.

  • Spread the facts on breast cancer, not just in October

    The Kentucky Standard

    Your bra is not giving you breast cancer.

    Your deodorant is not giving you breast cancer.

    Coffee is not giving you breast cancer.

    Mammograms are not giving you breast cancer.

    In a large percentage of cases, your genes aren’t even giving you breast cancer.

  • Number of ‘Made in Kentucky’ products increasing; Aerospace is biggest exporter

    In recent days, the state’s Cabinet for Economic Development has been highlighting an industry that can be summed up in three words: Made in Kentucky.

    It’s a phrase that applies to more and more products every year.  According to the Cabinet, we now have more than 4,000 factories, and their 220,000 employees manufacture about $27 billion worth of goods, a third more than they did just five years ago.

  • Soccer squads say goodbye to seniors

     It wasn’t the Panthers’ best game of the season, but the boys played well enough to win. Carroll County defeated Covington Latin, 1-0, Saturday, sending seniors Andres Baquero, Denis Perez and Logan Underwood out with a win.

    It was the team’s third game over the course of Fall Break, a period where the Panthers did not play their best soccer.

  • Soccer squads say goodbye to seniors

    Five Lady Panthers – Satori Drake, Teresa Garrett, Mackenzi Hawkins, Briana Herndon and Ashton Marksberry – played in their final home game for the Carroll County girls soccer team Saturday, Oct. 11. Unfortunately, the team could not pull a senior day win, losing 5-0 to Calvary Christian.

    The Lady Panthers strung together a number of runs on offense, but were not able to convert. Head coach Greg Damron said the girls worked really hard in practice on touches and improving their field awareness.

  • Cartmell Readers
  • Lady Panthers season ends vs. Henry

    Girls soccer season came to a close with a 3-0 loss to Henry County in the opening round of 31st District play Monday, Oct. 13.

    Henry County’s Rachel Vegh scored the first of her three goals on a tipped shot as Miranda Groseclose got her foot on the ball, directing it away from goalie Mackenzi Hawkins.

    Vegh’s second goal came on a 40-yard free kick after Carroll was called for a handball. The kick landed in front of Hawkins and took a very short hop between her legs into the goal.