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Today's News

  • Frustrations build over the political gridlock in nation

    Frankfort State Journal

    When we look at the political gridlock in our nation’s capital — and to an extent in our own capital — as citizens and taxpayers we’re reminded of the story told by the late Southern comedian Jerry Clower (1926-98). It went something like this:

    While walking in the woods, two men encountered a wildcat on the trail. One of the men began to run and found a tree to climb. The wildcat gave chase and went right on up after him.

  • Transportation proves a key to the economy in Kentucky

    Over the last several weeks, there has been renewed discussion about two of Kentucky’s oldest forms of transportation: rivers and railroads.

    Late last month, the General Assembly’s Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation dedicated part of its monthly meeting to learn more about the central role Kentucky plays when it comes to barge traffic.

  • TCHS class of 1974 reunion

    Reunion plans for the 1974 Class of Trimble County High School are being finalized.

    Letters have been mailed to class members with details.

    The reunion will be held Oct. 11 at Shaker Village and organizers are expecting a wonderful event.

    Class members, please complete the surveys and postcards and return  them as instructed.

  • Minor injuries in interstate incident
  • Celebrating the first day of school

    Christian Academy of Carrollton students returned from summer break Wednesday, Aug. 13.


  • Young Lady Panthers will gain experience through long season

    After graduating eight seniors, including seven members of the program’s first four-year class, the Lady Panthers soccer team will be inexperienced this season. Led by five seniors, including team captains Teresa Garrett and Satori Drake, the team has seven juniors, five sophomores, three eighth graders and seven seventh graders.

  • Panthers boast strong defense, need offensive leader to step up

    This year’s soccer Panthers are probably the best passers in head coach Ben Crutcher’s tenure and will return a lot of experience, particularly on defense. But the key to Carroll County’s success this season will be finding someone to step up and put the ball in the back of the net.

     “The big question is who is going to score goals after losing Michael Hall,” Crutcher said. Hall graduated last year as the program’s all-time leading scorer, netting 36 last season and 70 goals in his career.

  • Carroll man charged with robbery

    A Carroll County man was arrested Saturday, Aug. 9, and charged with robbery after an incident at a New Castle Bank. 

  • DNA advances aid in researching ancestry

    Last month, I attended the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, or GRIP, for a weeklong course in using DNA to aid in family history research.

    It was fascinating.

    It turns out that genetic genealogists are the driving force behind breakthroughs in DNA testing and tools to help analyze data, which can answer all sorts of questions that come up when researching a family tree.

  • Carroll County Senior Center | Week of Aug. 14, 2014

    The Carroll County Senior Center is located at 110 Sixth St., Carrollton, Center Manager, Mitzie Williams (502) 732-7026; e-mail: carrollcty@twcbc.com.

    Thursday, Aug. 14: All day, deuce’s wild rummy, billiards, starting at 8:30 a.m.; Bunk-O, 10 a.m.; lunch, 11:30 a.m.

    Friday, Aug. 15: All day, deuce’s wild rummy, billiards, starting at 8:30 a.m.; senior breakfast bingo at Fairview Place, 9:30 a.m.; potluck lunch, 11:30 a.m.