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Today's News

  • Girls fall to Wildcats

    With players gone due to other activities, the Lady Panthers tennis team was forced to adjust in its match against the Lady Wildcats on the road. Despite a good effort, the girls lost 3-2.

    In No. 1 singles, Lyndie Burns struggled with unforced errors and could not get back in to the match, head coach Juan Fernandez said. No. 2 singles player Pooja Patel dropped her first set due to nerves, but rebounded in the second and minimized her errors to pull out a victory. In No. 3 singles, Fernandez said Megan Harris “totally dominated her match.”

  • Boys' tennis defeats Gallatin

  • Religion briefs - April 4, 2012

    Apostolic church to hold Easter program

    Apostolic Pentecostal Church of the Living God, 124 Smith Lane in Bedford, will offer “The Hammer, The Cross and the Lamb”, Easter Sunday, April 8 at 6:30 p.m., presented using drama, singing and signing.

    Worthville church holds Easter sunrise service

    Community Easter Sunrise Service will be held 6 a.m. Sunday, April 8 at Worthville Christian Church, 106 Simmons Street in Worthville. For more information call (502) 525-5355.

  • Panthers 2-1 in weekend tournament

    Carroll County baseball finished 2-1 in the Jim Dougherty Memorial Tournament on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1. The Panthers lost their first game against Beechwood, 4-0, but recovered with victories over Silver Grove and Dayton.

    Head coach Josh Mefford said his team played well overall. Junior Dillon Craig was awarded the plaque for the All-Tournament team for his hitting and pitching in Carroll’s game against Beechwood.

  • Softball brings home second place

    Carroll County softball earned a second-place trophy in the Uncle Pete Knoll Classic at Softball City in Taylor Mill last weekend. The Lady Panthers were 2-1 in pool play and lost in the championship game to Conner. Head coach Dennis Hawkins said this was the first trophy the team has won since he has been with the program.

    In game one Friday night, Carroll defeated Ludlow 10-0 in four innings. The game was cut short due to lightning.

  • Baseball ahead early, but behind late vs. St. Henry

    The Panthers jumped out to a first inning 2-0 lead, but gave up seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings to lose 7-2 to St. Henry at home Monday, April 2.

    “Fifth and sixth inning, same old fifth and sixth inning we always have,” head coach Josh Mefford said. “We just struggle; we struggle defensively every game. Sometimes we score enough runs to work through it and sometimes we don’t. We only had two runs today, so (we) couldn’t recover from it.”

  • Milton man confesses to stealing copper

    A Milton man was arrested after confessing to theft of high-grade copper from his employer.

    William M. Thacker, 37, was charged with theft by unlawful taking over $500, a Class D felony, on Tuesday, March 27, according to a Carroll County Sheriff’s Office news release.

    Thacker was employed by MTR of Ky., LLC, a recycling company located at 250 Hunter Heights Rd. in Milton. He admitted to stealing copper tubing and wiring his employer used in its processes, the release stated.

  • Burglars break into Valley Christian Church

    Local police are looking for information regarding a break-in at Valley Christian Church, 817 11th Street in Carrollton, that was discovered Sunday, March 25 by the church members. The church is offering a small reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest or conviction in the case.

  • Council considers online reservations for RV park

    The city of Carrollton continues to weigh its options for taking reservations at the new Two Rivers Campground.

    Mayor Gene McMurry and council members Robb Adams, Kevin Craig and Mike Gordon participated in a conference call with Ron Medenwald of Hercules 3.0, a reservation and campground management software company in California, on Monday, April 2.

  • Honoring doctors