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Today's News

  • CCHS senior football players and trainer
  • Band of Gold takes the field

    The Carroll County High School Band of Gold performed at halftime of the senior night football game, Nov. 1.

  • Cartmell Clubs
  • KDH will hold ground-breaking ceremony for new cancer center on Nov. 11

    King’s Daughters’ Health will hold a ground-breaking ceremony for its new Cancer Treatment Center at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, at its hilltop campus, 1373 East State Road 62, Madison. The ground-breaking ceremony will occur on the northeast side of the hospital, the physical location of the new cancer center. Construction on the center is scheduled to begin in January 2014 and be completed by January 2015.

  • Leaving a legacy

    Last season when then-junior Michael Hall set the Carroll County High School scoring record with 21 goals, head coach Ben Crutcher thought soccer could not be beat.

    But Hall proved it could be. By a lot.

    In his senior season, Hall scored 36 goals and dished out 13 assists – tying Brandon Stewart’s school record set last season – and helped his team win back-to-back 31st District championships. He will hang up his black-and-gold Panthers jersey as the all-time scoring leader with 70 career goals.

  • Many from Carroll County served in Revoluntary War

    Editor’s note: Despite extensive research into the lives and service records of the Revolutionary War veterans included in this story, the information contained here is far from complete. The writer indicates within the story where plausible connections to other events or family members have been made for which validation requires further research. Anyone willing to share research with additional information on those mentioned in this story is welcome to contact the writer at pmclaughlin@mycarrollnews.com.

     

  • Local assistance available to sign up for health care

    If applying for health insurance through the state’s new kynect system feels like a daunting task or you have questions and want to talk to a “real” person, there is someone local who can help.

    Outreach “kynector” Stacey Forrest from Triad Health Systems is available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 117 of Carroll County Memorial Hospital.

  • Junior Champs!
  • Beware of the zombies!

    The Carroll County High School soccer teams held the second annual Zombie 5K Run/Walk Oct. 26, at General Butler State Resort Park.


  • Tools can help farmers select the right bull

    When deciding on a new bull for your cattle operation, remember there is no one-size-fits-all approach.  Buying a bull that fits your needs and operation is very important and decisions will be different for every farm.

    Look-ing at all the traits for each bull you are considering and determining which one best fits your needs is the right approach.  Using tools such as Expected Progeny Differences will help in the decision-making process. Two traits often mentioned by Kentucky producers among the most important are calving ease and temperament.