Today's News

  • Word certification spells success at high school

    In January of 2016, “The Line Leader” reported on Carroll County High School students’ earning Microsoft Office certifications. Students in Lynn Eaglin’s advanced computers class were busy pursuing Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access certifications as part of Microsoft’s Specialist (MOS) program. More than a year has passed, and a new set of MOS certifications are out for the Office 2016 suite. However, Eaglin’s students are still hard at work.

  • Live Your Passion | B - Beekeeper - Dave Roberts

    When you come home from work, how do you de-stress? Turn on the TV? Pick up a book? Hit the gym?

    For Dave Roberts, the way he relaxes after a hard day’s work as a Kentucky State Police detective is to head out to the backyard and tend to his honeybees.

  • Page receives gift of a lifetime from Garth

    When Jessica Page purchased tickets to the Jan. 27, Garth Brooks concert as Christmas presents for her husband, Jake, and her brother, Johnny Leep and his fiancé, Brooklyn Hesterberg, never in her wildest dreams did she know the concert would become a personal fairy tale.

  • Worthville reviews city ordinances

    The Worthville City Commission began the task of reviewing the ordinance books during a special meeting Feb. 3, at the Worthville City Hall.

    In attendance were Mayor Rachel Gmiter, Commissioners Katie Saggus and Andy Lucas, City Clerk Terry Hagedorn, and City Attorney Nick Marsh. Commissioner Marty Reynolds was not present.

    As the meeting began, Marsh reminded the board they were “stuck with the agenda,” which only included the review of ordinance books. He reminded them that no other topics could be discussed, only those on the agenda.

  • Lady Panthers lock in No. 3 seed

    Carroll outscored Eminence every quarter, winning 45-31 on the road Saturday, Feb. 4. With the win, the team locked up the No. 3 seed outright in the 31st District Tournament, which begins Feb. 20, at Henry County High School.

    The Lady Panthers were 17-23 from the free throw line and opened the game with a 14-6 lead, extending it a little each quarter.

  • Panthers fall to Anderson County on the road, 86-58; Senior night Feb. 14

    Carroll County hung tough for three quarters before falling on the road to Anderson County, 86-58, Feb. 7.

    The Panthers were tied after the first quarter, 19-19 and trailed by six points at the half, 40-34.

    Anderson opened an 11 point lead after three quarters of play, 58-47. A huge 28-point fourth quarter for Anderson County where Carroll only managed 11 points broke open the ball game.

  • Panthers outpaced in fourth quarter, fall to North Oldham

    The Carroll County Panthers played well for the majority of the game against the favored North Oldham Mustangs and trailed by just five points heading into the fourth quarter. But the Panthers couldn’t make a final comeback. They were outscored 24-13 in the fourth quarter, falling 70-54 at home Feb. 3.

  • Panther Tots

    Carroll County Schools and the Carroll County Public Library teamed up for Panther Tots, Jan. 25. The program was based on the book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.”

  • Carroll County Junior Panthers - Girls' Fifth Grade
  • CCHS guidance counselor explains college, career prep

    With graduation just around the corner and the real world within arm’s reach, students at Carroll County High School are beginning to consider what their next step after high school will be. After graduation, it is up to students to put the skills they learned while at CCHS into practice.

    Approximately 40 percent of CCHS students go to a four-year college after high school, and 20 percent seek to go to a two-year college. Of the remaining 40 percent, half join the military and the other half enter the workforce.