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Today's News

  • Autumn is a time to reflect peace of God, guard hearts and minds in Christ Jesus

    The sun is lower in the sky. There is briskness in the air. The deep green of summer is giving way to hints of yellow, orange, red and brown.

    Fallen leaves are peppering the sidewalks and lawns of our community. Birds are on the wing, heading south. Flower beds are being turned over for the coming winter. Lawn mowers will soon be back in storage. Sweat shirts are around the waist and over the shoulders at dawn and dusk. Once again God is gracing us with the beautiful season of autumn.

  • Program offers reality lesson on money

    Our ag/4-H Extension agent, Christin Herbst, worked with the Reality Store last Friday at Carroll County Middle School, assisting guidance counselor Beth Wallace and other CCMS staff.

  • ‘New face in town’ offers lesson on Extension history

    Rumor has it there is a new girl in town.

    I hear she is young, but energetic.  People tell me she is a third-generation agriculture agent, who attended school at the University of Kentucky and is a genuine people person. 

    Furthermore, I hear she’s working with the 4-H program as well. The talk is that she is honored to be in Carroll County, and eager to do all she can to assist its residents.

  • Panthers' alumni basketball game Nov. 26

    The boys’ basketball team at Carroll County High School will host a men’s Panther alumni basketball game at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26.

    Any former men’s Panther varsity basketball player that is interested in playing should contact coaches Duke Boles, Stacy May, Brett Miller or Carroll Yager at (502) 732-6195.

    There is a participation fee of $15 to cover the cost of each player’s game T-shirt.

    The rosters will be on a first-come, first serve basis and finalized by Nov. 17.

  • Panthers’ defense dominates

    The week was filled with activities, from a powder puff game to a parade through town, celebrating homecoming week. But when it came time  for the big game, the Panthers football team was all business, shutting out district rival Gallatin County, 44-0.

  • Hogan qualifies for state

    Lady Panthers’ senior Quincy Hogan shot an 80 en route for a second place tie in regionals to qualify for the state tournament in Bowling Green. This was her first time qualifying for state.

    The Lady Panthers finished seventh out of 17 teams at Regionals, held at Twin Oaks in Covington, shooting a 440.
     

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  • Lady Panthers defeat Lady Wildcats 2-1 on senior night Monday

    The girls’ soccer team said goodbye to four seniors Monday night: Brittany Arvin, Andie Hardesty, Nikki Hill and Ana Jimenez. The Lady Panthers pulled out a 2-1 victory over Henry County at their final home game of the season.

    They face Owen County away on Thursday.

  • First Lady Beshear visits Carrollton on campaign trail

    On the campaign trail for her husband, Gov. Steve Beshear, Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear spoke with students, residents and community leaders Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Welch’s Riverside Restaurant in Carrollton.

    Beshear took questions from several students from Carroll County High School, mostly pertaining to the future of the proposed expansion of the Jefferson Community and Technical College campus in Carrollton.

  • Hornaday Jr. wins Kentucky 225 in NASCAR Truck Series

    SPARTA, Ky. — Ron Hornaday Jr. scored his 50th career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory, his third series win at Kentucky Speedway through eight starts and third this season in Saturday’s “Kentucky 225.”

    The 14-year NCWTS veteran and his No. 2 Hollywood Casino Chevrolet crossed the finish line 0.438 of a second ahead of Richard Childress Racing driver Austin Dillon and his No. 3 Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet in the fifth-closest series finish through 13 all-time events at the track.