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Today's News

  • Super Sunday sibling rivalry

    When two of pro football’s most storied franchises meet on the sport’s biggest stage Sunday night, millions around the country will be watching, including two of the teams’ biggest fans in Carroll County: Daryl and Jimmy Ray.

    While the brothers will be cheering against one another in Super Bowl XLV—Daryl for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Jimmy for the Green Bay Packers — the rivalry won’t extend past the final whistle.

  • Beshear says NAS expansion to begin in spring

    The nation’s largest manufacturer of stainless steel will begin its ninth expansion of its Ghent facility this spring with the addition of a new long products line.

    That word came Friday morning at a news conference at the North American Stainless administration building attended by Gov. Steve Beshear where company officials said everything is in place for the project to begin.

  • Council Briefs

    First reading to name new streets for 911 purposes

    In his report, Carrollton Mayor Gene McMurry explained to city council that even though the Three Courts subdivision, located between Gillock Avenue and Schuerman Street, has not been adopted by the city, the streets need names, per 911 regulations.

  • Panther homecoming
  • Wear red to fight heart disease

    On National Wear Red Day®, Friday, Feb. 4, 2011, millions of Americans will join in the fight against heart disease in women by wearing red to stop heart disease in our lifetime.

    Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women, taking the life of one in three women each year. This means women just like you – mothers, sisters and friends – are dying at the rate of one per minute because they don’t know what you know: that heart disease kills.

  • Carroll County cattlemen to meet

    The next meeting of the Carroll County Cattlemen’s Association will be tomorrow night, Thursday, Jan. 27, at 6 p.m. There will be a meal followed by a business meeting. We will be electing officers as part of the meeting. The program will be presented by Dr. Ray Smith and will cover dealing with pastures and hay fields following last year’s drought. If you plan to attend please RSVP to the office at 732-7030 by noon Thursday, Jan. 27 for a meal count.

    Dealing With Your Pastures and Hay Fields after the Drought

  • Pee Wee Cheer Camp planned

    Carroll County High School cheerleaders will hold Pee Wee Cheer Camp, Feb, 7-10.
    All participants are invited to cheer with the CCHS cheerleaders at the game on Friday, Feb. 11.
    The camp will be held in the high school cafeteria from 4-5:30 p.m.
    Those ages 3 through fifth grade can take part. Cost is     $25 per participant (Family discounts are available upon request.)

  • School Menu

    Wednesday, Jan. 26, breakfast: breakfast pizza; lunch: Oriental Day chicken with orange sauce, oriental vegetables, stir fry rice, fruit and milk.
    Thursday, Jan. 27, breakfast: cheese omelet; lunch: soft taco, chicken Fajita, lettuce, tomato, cheese, Spanish rice, pinto beans, nacho chips and cheese and milk.
    Friday, Jan. 28, breakfast: egg, bacon, biscuit; lunch: chicken fingers, mashed potatoes, green beans, fruit, hot roll and milk.

  • Student News

    Kindoll earns degree from Roger Williams

    Susan Danette Kindoll, daughter of Joy Kindoll of Carrollton graduated May 24, 2010, from Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. She was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology. Susan received her International SCUBA certification in July and is currently employed by Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. She works with the Manatee Rescue Program.

    Two named to Midway fall 2010 dean’s list

  • Deadline extended for poster, essay contest

    Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer has extended the deadline for entries to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s annual Poster and Essay Contest to Feb. 11.