Today's News

  • Court Records | Nov. 20, 2014

    Items published in court news are public record. The News-Democrat publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published. Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to the News-Democrat do not imply guilt.


  • Ribbon Cutting | Nov. 20, 2014
  • Miss Carrollton Pageant
  • Guy's Day Out

    Male students from Carroll, Gallatin, Henry and Trimble counties had a meet and greet with local industries. Topics were the types of jobs available at the industries. The same program was offered to female students last spring.

  • Border War

    Carroll County Middle School hosted Trimble County Middle School in the boys border war, Nov. 6. Carroll County won the seventh grade contest, 29-28, as Justin Williams hit the game-winning basket with 14 seconds left in the game. Trimble County won the eighth-grade game handily by a score of 55-15.

  • Girls got game
  • Winn Primary honors those who served
  • City Council | Nov. 17, 2014

    City seals Sixth Street parking lot

    Council approved spending less than $1,000 to pave the city parking lot on Sixth Street between Main Street and Highland Avenue.

    Councilman Robb Adams, who presided over the meeting in Mayor Gene McMurry’s absence, said the lot needed to be sealed and striped, and the city had the option to have it sealed for half price by Todd Durmon of Durmon Sealcoating. Council agreed to have the work completed at a cost not to exceed $1,000.

  • Surviving trees moved

    Any surviving seedling trees from the community planting in front of the Butler-Turpin House in May were transplanted before General Butler State Resort Park staff mowed the area.

    Park manager David Jordan said the trees were transplanted to the area past the train shed where other seedlings were planted at the same time as those at the mansion. The majority of the trees planted in that area have survived.

  • Casey’s Bus visits Carrollton

    Casey’s Bus takes a team of volunteer activists fighting the heroin epidemic throughout Northern Kentucky to provide the life-saving drug naloxone to people at high risk for heroin and prescription painkiller overdose. In addition the bus will have Casey’s Law information and handouts on addiction prevention, recovery and more.