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Today's News

  • Founding fathers guaranteed Americans religious freedoms

    As we celebrate another Independence Day as Christians, the Fourth of July has a double meaning. This day reminds us of the long journey this country has followed to get to where we’re at.

  • Police Briefs | July 3, 2013

    Three juveniles break into middle school

    Three male juveniles from Carroll County were charged with third-degree burglary after breaking into Carroll County Middle School.

  • Trailer fire results in ‘total loss’

    A fire in the insulation underneath a Carroll County trailer June 23 ultimately led to it being deemed a total loss by the insurance company.

    Carroll County firefighters responded to a double-wide trailer fire at the Hayes residence, located at 4000 Mound Hill Rd.

    Westside Volunteer Fire Chief Clyde Rowlett said the neighbors called in the fire at 4:29 p.m., and Westside and Ghent Fire Protection District responded and were on scene at 4:43 p.m.

  • Sheriff’s settlement shows overpayments

    Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman is hoping this year’s annual audit of the tax-settlement accounts will shed light on some discrepancies found in the statement provided to Fiscal Court during a special meeting Friday.

    The regular meeting was moved from Tuesday to Friday to accommodate County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson, who was attending a conference in Philadelphia through last Thursday.

  • CCMS football | July 3, 2013

    Carroll County Middle School football will begin July 10 at the middle school from 6-8 p.m. Students must have a copy of their current physical in hand to be eligible to practice. For any questions, call Coach Steve Doll at (502) 525-8117

  • Trimble sheriff hires Sharon as new part-time deputy

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    A former state conservation officer for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources who had the highest state fine levied against him for ethics violations has been hired as a part-time deputy in Trimble County.

    An anonymous caller tipped off The Trimble Banner that Dennis Sharon, who also was a former trooper with Kentucky State Police, had been hired by Trimble County Sheriff Tim Coons.

  • Students get taste of higher education at camp

    Seven Carroll County Middle School students and two Henry County Middle School students had an opportunity last Wednesday, June 27, to hear about the importance of continuing their education beyond high school.

  • Hwy. 36 bridge opening now set for August

    It’s likely to be one more month before State Hwy. 36 is reopened to traffic at Locust Creek, between Carrollton and Milton.

    Ryan Watts, a spokesman for Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s District 6, said the bridge and the new road west of the creek should be completed by the first week of August. He didn’t provide a specific date.

    The road has been closed since March 11 and originally was to reopen 90 days later on June 8.

  • Kenseth wins Quaker State 400

    Joe Gibbs Racing driver Matt Kenseth drove a patient race behind the dominant Lowe’s car of Jimmie Johnson and took advantage of a late Johnson miscue to win Sunday’s Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway.

  • Franklin wins Miss Madison Regatta crown

    Hayley Franklin of Carrollton won the title of Miss Madison Regatta at the Xi Beta Upsilon Miss Madison Regatta Scholarship Pageant July 1 at Madison Consolidated High School.

    “I have been waiting six years to say this: I am your 2013 Miss Madison Regatta! What an indescribable feeling to achieve something you’ve worked so hard for,” she said.

    As the pageant winner, Franklin won a $1,000 scholarship and will represent the community in all of the Regatta-related events leading up to the Madison Regatta race.