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Today's News

  • CCHS hosts spring registration, progress report conferences

    Carroll County High School will host Parent-Teacher-Student spring registration and progress report card conferences from 3-6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27 at Carroll County High School. Parents are invited to attend these 15-minute conferences any time between 3-6 p.m. in the cafeteria.

    The following will occur during these 15-minute sessions:

    • Receive a copy of their child’s fourth nine-week progress report card

    • Approve their child’s requested courses for the 2013-2014 school year

  • Hunters education class offered March 15-16

    A free Kentucky Hunters Education class will be taught Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 at the Carroll County Extension Building located at 500 Floyd Drive in Carrollton. This is a ten hour course covering hunter ethics, firearms safety, first aid, survival wildlife identification and more. The class will run for three hours on Friday evening beginning at 6 p.m. and seven hours on Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.  For additional information contact Tom Dapron  (502) 732-5120.

  • Spring Fever: Track and field excited for outdoor season

    The Carroll County track and field team is strong. Literally.

    Head coach Joe Creager said his team’s strengths this year will lie in the field events: jumping and throwing. The team also boasts a large number of juniors and seniors – four seniors and five juniors for the girls and three seniors and nine juniors for the boys. Unfortunately, not all of them have track and field experience.

  • Two killed in Henry Co. crash

    Two people have been killed in a single vehicle crash in Henry County, including one from Carroll County.

    Kentucky State Police dispatchers received a call on the crash at 9:35 p.m. Sunday, March 10. Preliminary investigation shows that the vehicle, driven by Jeremy Talbott, 35, of Eminence, was traveling east on Hwy. 146 when the vehicle left the roadway for unknown reasons and struck a tree. Both Talbott and a passenger in the vehicle, Amy Perkins, 32, of Sanders, were pronounced dead at the scene by the Henry County Coroner. 

  • Locust Bridge detour
  • Carrollton City Council | March 13, 2013 issue

    CFD wins state grant

    The Carrollton Fire Department received a $6,400 matching grant for a new thermal imaging camera from the Kentucky Fire Commission. It is a 50/50 matching grant, meaning $3,200 will come from the state and $3,200 from the city budget.
    Fire Chief Greg Beck said council has not set aside this amount for the grant. He asked that the city pull from the $40,000 it had earmarked for the fire truck grant from the carryover funds because he did not think the city would receive the truck grant this year.

  • Sewer cleaning

    A contractor for Carrollton Utilities will be cleaning and using a sewer TV camera on the sewer line on Highland Avenue next week. The work will take place from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. starting Monday, March 18 and will be completed next week. One lane of traffic will be blocked and parking will be restricted during that time.

  • Beck resigns as fire chief, options to be discussed

    Carrollton Fire Chief Greg Beck tendered his resignation March 5, but has agreed to continue working in a part-time capacity to ensure a smooth transition until a new chief is named.

    In a letter accepted by city council Monday night, Beck said he will leave the full-time post March 24 to take a position as a firefighter with another agency in Northern Kentucky.

  • St. John Catholic Church’s history preserved in new book by local

    What began as casual research into his family’s genealogical roots became a four-year project culminating in a 235-page book highlighting the rich history of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Carrollton.

    Dr. John Smith, formerly of Carrollton, wrote “St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church,” which spans 1853-2013.

  • Don’t miss ‘Les Mis’

    It’s a classic novel, a Broadway hit and an Oscar-nominated film, and now it is coming to a stage near you.

    Carroll County High School presents “Les Misérables,” starring about 25 local high school and elementary school children. The curtain goes up at 7 p.m. Friday, March 22, and again at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 23. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.