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Today's News

  • Girls 0-3 at South Warren

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers traveled to South Warren High School Dec. 26-28 for the FNB Holiday Bash, but were unable to return home with a win.

    Head coach Paul Stone said the girls were flat in the first two games of the tournament, but played well in the final game.

  • Panthers take third in Bracken Co. tourney

    The Carroll County Panthers basketball team won two of three games to finish third in the Bracken County Holiday Classic, held Dec. 26-28. The tournament started off on a high note, as the Panthers got a big win over the Bracken County Polar Bears (6-3), 72-60.

    Head coach Carroll Yager praised the effort of senior transfer Blake Kruzan who posted a double-double with 15 points and 15 rebounds and tying Austin Crowell with a team-high four steals. “Blake played the best game he has all year for us,” Yager said.

  • More education money starts with tax reform

     From The News Enterprise, Elizabethtown, Ky.

     

    Teachers are spending money out of their own paychecks each year to make sure all of their students have necessary classroom items that many families take for granted.

    Parents are checking off long lists each August for some essential school supplies. The list and the cost continue to grow with each academic year.

    Students are asked to share school books with classmates and teachers’ salaries rank below the national average.

  • Lawmakers return to Frankfort to tackle issues facing Kentucky

    As the General Assembly returns to the Capitol on Tuesday this week, it is worth taking one last look back at 2013 to review some of the issues my legislative colleagues and I have been studying in recent months.

  • 2014 Homecoming Court

    Freshman Princess: Haley Nicole Dermon; Freshman Prince:  Malachi Corbin

    Sophomore Princess:  Kelsey Wallace; Sophomore Prince:  Alex Jeffrey

    Junior Princess:  Samantha Lillard; Junior Prince:  Colin Prosser

    Senior Queen Candidates:  Kiana Benhoff, Sarah Hawkins, Tatum McIntyre, Kaylin Wallace and Dominique Hunt

    Senior King Candidates:  Noah Abercrombie, Dakota Corbin, Michael Hall, Blake Kruzan and Noah Lewis

     

  • A new year is a great time to get the family’s finances in good order

    Getting your financial habits in order is good to undertake as we begin a new year. Last week I discussed the importance of analyzing your spending habits and creating a good spending and saving plan to stretch your money and make it go further.

    No matter your income, you can learn ways to live within your means. Without a plan, you may charge for purchases, thus increasing the money you owe. Or, at the end of the month, you may find yourself with no accessible cash.  This can cause undue stress and hardship to you or your family

  • Lice can be a potential problem during cold weather

    It has been a cold start to the week and making sure our livestock are adequately cared for in these cold temperatures is a concern for all livestock producers.

    In addition to being mindful of feeding high quality forages and supplemental grain to provide energy and keeping waterers flowing, we should also take a look at another pest of winter: lice.

    Lice are cold-loving pests that can spread when animals bunch together in response to frigid temperatures.

  • Board members have integral role in school district

    January is School Board Recognition Month in the state of Kentucky, and the Carroll County School District is proud to honor its local board members.

    The Carroll County Board of Education has five members:  Mona Kindoll (chairwoman, District 2), Carolyn Jones (vice-chairwoman, District 4), Dru Maiden (District 1), Rob Spenneberg (District 3) and Mary Ann Pearson (District 5).

  • Education News | Jan. 9, 2014

    ODK inducts Yager

  • School menu | Jan. 9, 2014

    This menu is for Cartmell Elementary and Kathryn Winn Primary Schools.  Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High school will offer the same menu except for Wednesday, Jan. 15, please see change:

    Thursday, Jan. 9: Chili, grilled cheese sandwich, chilled broccoli and carrots, orange and fruit cocktail; breakfast: Sausage biscuit and gravy.

    Friday, Jan. 10: Grilled chicken sandwich, lettuce, tomato, pickle, Nantucket veggies, sweet potato fries, apple and Mandarin Oranges; breakfast: Donuts.