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Today's News

  • Clifton featured in WKU’s ‘Oklahoma’

    Western Kentucky University Department of Theater and Dance opens their 2012 Mainstage Season Feb. 24-26 with “Oklahoma,” one of the world’s most popular musicals. Carrollton native Cody Clifton, a WKU junior, plays Chalmers in the production.

    The audience will be transported to the early days of Oklahoma’s history as they watch WKU students kick up their heels and entertain with a story of young love. 

  • Two Carroll seniors make honors band

    Carroll County High School seniors Erika Cox (flute) and Elizabeth Bennett (clarinet) will be attending the 53rd annual Morehead State University Honor Band Clinic. Both had to audition to get accepted.

  • Student of the week: Kameron Nab

    What is your favorite thing about school?
    “Math, fractions and decimals.”
    Who is your favorite teacher and why? 
    “Ms. Roos.”
    What was the last book you read? 
    “The Hunger Games”
    What was the last movie you saw? 

    “Monsters, Inc.”
    What do you like to do for fun? 
    “Play outside, play basketball.”

  • Check mate
  • Carroll sweeps Trimble

    Carroll’s Dallas Gibson was too hot to handle for the visiting Trimble County Raiders. He used his repertoire of inside post moves, grabbed offensive rebounds for put-backs and hit 10-12 free throws for a 30-point, 17-rebound-performance, en route to a 67-55 Panther victory Tuesday, Jan. 31.

    “I was really proud of Dallas,” head coach Carroll Yager said. “He just played really, really well, big difference for us for sure.”

  • Carroll school programs attract statewide attention

    The Carroll County School District is being recognized throughout the Commonwealth for its effective board of education and its innovative technology and early childhood programs.

  • Basketball briefs - Feb. 8, 2012

    Lady Panthers lose on the road to Owen

    The Lady Rebels outscored the Lady Panthers 25-1 in the first quarter, a deficit to large to overcome, as Owen rolled at home 63-22 Saturday.

    “Owen County was a disappointment to me and everyone who came to watch it because we obviously weren’t ready to challenge them,” head coach Randy Mefford said. “... I’ll take the blame for that.”

  • Girls struggle on offense, lose 35-18 to Lady Braves

    The Lady Panthers stayed tight with the Grant County Lady Braves through the first half, but ultimately did not have enough offensive firepower to win the game, falling 35-18 on Homecoming night. It was also Coaches versus Cancer night, in which proceeds from the game’s admission benefited the American Cancer Society.

  • Carroll scores 25 pts in 4th, win 68-55 on Homecoming

    The Panthers kept pace with the running and gunning Grant County Braves on Friday, Feb. 3. The home team pounded the ball inside to their post players and hit 32-44 from the free throw line, good enough for a 68-55 victory on Homecoming night.

    With the game tied 43-43 at the end of the third quarter, Carroll (10-10) took care of business from the charity stripe, hitting 17-21 free throws to put the game away. Trey Boles led the team, hitting 9-10 in the final period, 13-16 for the game. 

  • Gibson named NCKC player of the week