Today's News

  • Leeper, Raisor to leave principal posts

    Two Carroll County principals have stepped down from their posts.

    Carroll County High School Principal John Leeper has accepted the principal job for Martha Layne Collins High School in Shelby County. Carroll County Area Technology Center Principal Crystal Raisor will be teaching at the Carroll County Alternative Learning Center next school year.

    “It was a difficult decision, but one that will allow me to be closer to my children during the school day,” Leeper said.

  • Council eyes discount rates, may consider long-term stays

    The Two Rivers Campground could soon be giving a discount to select individuals and offering a weekly flat fee for up to a 15-day stay.

  • 2012 Klein Toolbox Award

     Wayne Griffin, left, of Klein Tools, presents a toolbox to Nate Moore, middle. Moore, a junior at Carroll County High School, received this toolbox as an award for exceptional work in the classroom at the Area Technology Center, on June 5.  Previously this award was only given to seniors, but Chuck Hollingsworth, right, decided Moore was most deserving of the award out of the students in his Industrial Machine Repair class. 

  • Six county economic task force to hire a coordinator


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    Six counties joined forces last Thursday to expand local businesses and employment.

    The judge-executives from Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Oldham, Owen and Trimble counties have been meeting together to form the I-71 Kentucky Corridor Regional Task Force, Inc.

  • Grainger scholarship

  • Tilley named to 2012 dean’s list

     The University of Northwestern Ohio announced that John D. Tilley of Carrollton has been named to the Dean’s List for the March 2012 session in the College of Applied Technologies.

    He is the son of John Scott Tilley of Carrollton and Donna Tilley of Gallatin County and grandson of John P. and Lavern Tilley of Carrollton.

  • $5 vaccination clinic set for June 16

     Three Rivers District Health Department, the Wallace Animal Clinic and Minch Animal Clinic will sponsor Rabies Vaccination Clinics on Saturday, June 16, at Carroll County Health Center, 401 Eleventh Street, in Carrollton from 4-6 p.m.

    Bring in dogs, cats, and ferrets for their annual vaccination for only $5. Other vaccinations will be available upon request for additional charge.

  • Relay for Life

     Team to hold yard sale

    Team Robbins will host a Relay For Life yard sale fundraiser June 2 in Traderbaker’s parking lot. The yard sale will begin at 8:30 a.m. and will continue into the afternoon, weather permitting. They will also be selling purple bows for our “Paint the Town Purple” campaign.

    Mini-Relay set June 6

  • Exhibits for Carroll County Fair to be accepted June 1

     We invite all interested Carroll County youth and adults to enter exhibits at the 2012 Carroll County Fair. Exhibits will be accepted for entry on Friday, June 1 from 9 a.m. until noon at the exhibit trailer inside the fairgrounds to the left of the entry gate. Items must be hand-crafted, homemade, or grown by the exhibitor this past year.

  • Extension 4-H post wins funds from court

    A 4-H Extension agent could be on the job in Carroll County in time for the start of the 2012-13 school year.

    That’s because Carroll County Fiscal Court approved its $10.84 million budget Friday with stop-gap funding for the position. The spending plan, which includes $46,350 for the Extension post, won approval with little discussion by magistrates.