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Today's News

  • CCAS Adoptions | Jan. 23, 2013
  • Attention elementary school athletes: Sign up now for CCHS track and field

    Students in kindergarten through fourth grade will now have the opportunity to participate with the Carroll County High School track and field teams. Fifth-graders are already competing with the Carroll County Middle School team.

  • Carrollton City Council briefs - Jan. 23, 2013

    Year in review for CFD

    The Carrollton Fire Department expanded its community service outreach and responded to more runs in 2012.

    Fire Chief Greg Beck presented his 2012 yearly report to city council at its regular meeting Monday, Jan. 14. CFD responded to 113 calls for service, compared to 90 in 2011. The agency has experienced an 85 percent increase over a four-year period, according to the report.

  • Ladies fall at Williamstown

    The Lady Panthers (3-14) could not generate enough offense to pull off a road win at Williamstown (8-12) Saturday, losing 57-46.

    Freshman Miranda Groseclose led the team with 17 points, including 7-9 from the free throw line.
    Lauren Moore almost managed a second straight double-double, finishing with 10 points and eight rebounds.

  • A quiet reflection on sexual abuse and gun violence

    In 2001, a large task force of men and women in the Catholic Church began to be well-trained to educate people in our church about child sexual abuse.

    Once this task force was equipped, all adults who had any contact with children or youth in church programs were required to take the course called “Protecting God’s Children,” to have a background check and to faithfully read a monthly bulletin provided on line about child sexual abuse for as long as their ministry involved children or youth.

  • House bills target many issues as 2013 session resumes Feb. 5

    While most legislative sessions are often remembered for one or two major accomplishments, there are always other new laws that may not be as publicized but are important as well in their own right.

  • Champions tackles local drug problem from many fronts

    Champions for a Drug Free Carroll County works hard on a daily basis to help diminish the substance abuse problem in Carroll County. And as many of you know, there is a definite problem in Carroll County with alcohol and drug abuse.

    We don’t try to hide the problem, or “sweep it under the rug.” We want everyone to be as informed as they can be. That is part of our job, to inform and prevent.

  • Ladies fall to Cooper at home

    Cooper outscored Carroll 15-3 in the second quarter, en route to a 65-41 victory Tuesday, Jan. 15.

    After the game, head coach Paul Stone said he wanted to see better focus out of his young team.

  • Road loss: Lady Raiders defend home court against Lady Panthers

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    Trimble County Coach Kerrie Stewart lamented her team’s “ragged” performance. Carroll County Coach Paul Stone praised his team’s performance as “aggressive.” Each coach’s assessment is not indicative of the game’s outcome for his/her respective team as the Lady Raiders dealt their visitors a 62-40 loss on the hardwood Thursday.

  • Track team competes in first meet

    The Carroll County High School track and field team saw its first action of the 2013 season Saturday at the University of Kentucky’s Wildcat Classic indoor invitational.

    It was a good start for the Panthers season against some of the best athletes from across the state, head coach Joe Creager said in an e-mail. The meet had several records broken, showing the top-level quality of the athletes in competition there. As the team progresses through the season, Creager said he would use this meet as a reference for where the team started and how to improve.