Today's News

  • High school cheerleaders finish in 2nd place
  • Student of the week: Kassidy Perry

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Being with my friends and the education.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Pre-calculus because math is  my best subject and my pre-cal teacher makes the class fun.”

    What was the last book you read? 


    What was the last movie you saw?  

    “Here comes the boom”

    Where do you want to go to college? 

  • Winn Principal Wise, named Kentucky Teacher’s October Leader of the Month

    Every morning in the Kathryn Winn Primary School gymnsasium, Principal Gerda Wise leads students in a college chant before they leave for their classrooms.

    “Hey, first grade. When are you going to college?” Wise asks.

    “We are going to college to get some knowledge in 2024,” students reply.

    Wise repeats the college chant for remaining grades, and each answers with the year of their high school graduating class.

  • Hughes remembered as gentle soul, with a flare of flamboyance

    It was 1982, shortly after I began working at the Carroll County Public Library, trying hard to put names with faces and learn the ins and outs of Carrolton when my most unique patron walked in with her young son.

    I think it would be correct to say hers was the brightest plumage and hers the most unforgettable face I had yet encountered. 

    Her name was Daisy and she had the sweetest smile. Her hair was a red not found in nature, but that was wonderful on her.

  • Students oppose drugs with Red Ribbon week

    Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 22-29, and red ribbons have been distributed to each student in the Carroll County School system. The students have dressed in their favorite college attire, future career clothes, and today, they will be decked out in red.

    Students in each school made “The Best Me is Drug Free” posters, many of which are displayed in over 20 businesses in Carrollton.

  • Carroll County Community Calendar - Week of Oct. 24, 2012

    Wednesday, Oct. 24

    The State Health Insurance Assistance Program offers prescription drug plan comparison assistance for Medicare beneficiaries at Carroll County Public Library. Free. Participants must make an appointment by calling (502) 732-7020.

    Carroll County Fiscal Court holds a special meeting at 9:30 a.m. to open sidewalk project bids.

    Carrollton City Council holds a special meeting at 10 a.m. at city hall.

    Carrollton Rotary Club meets at noon at the General Butler State Resort Park lodge.

  • Church news - Oct. 24, 2012

    Church to hold monthly free meal on Oct. 26

    Calvary Full Gospel Church holds its monthly meal, CAYR Dinner, from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26 at Westside Fire Department.

    Methodists to hold Trunk-or-Treat event

    Carrollton United Methodist Church, 310 Highland Avenue, will host Trunk-or-Treat from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31 in the parking lot behind the church.  All children are invited for treats, games, and inflatables.”

    Sanders church plans two nights of music

  • The love of God can bring change to a sinner’s heart

    As I sit here with this pen in hand, I am asking my Savior what he would have me say in this great opportunity to address the greatest community in the world to live. 

    First, I believe he would say you are loved by him, forgiven by him, made free by him, and saved by him. We cannot get away from his love because the blood of Calvary is real and everlasting.  Calvary changed everything. His name is Jesus, He did it all for us because of His love for us to make a new way of living without sin.  We do not have to sin any more, his blood has washed us from it.

  • Calculations aid farmers in planning annual hay yields

    October is an important time for livestock producers to assess their winter hay supplies. 

    With the majority of this year’s hay made, now is the time to determine whether you have enough to get your animals through the winter.  Deter-mining this amount is a rather straightforward task.

    Here is how to get a fairly accurate estimate:

  • Program set to create new champion food volunteers

    Do you like to cook? Share food knowledge with others, read food articles and recipes? If so, you might enjoy becoming a Champion Food Volunteer.

    The six-week Champ-ion Food Volunteer Program provides adults a foundation of knowledge, skills, and competencies in basic nutrition; food safety, handling and preparation; cooking; cooking methods and techniques; food science; and physical activity. Classes will be taught Fridays, Feb. 22-March 22, 2013 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Gallatin County Extension office.