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Today's News

  • Carroll County book offers gift of area’s history, heritage; goes on sale Feb. 11

    So, the day finally came.

    On Friday, Jan. 25, while working here in the office, we received a package that was addressed to Editor Jeff Moore. It was a clear package, and to our delight we could see that it was an advance copy of “Carroll County” from Arcadia Publishing. (Woot!)

    I was amused that the area newspaper editors got their copies before I got my own, which didn’t arrive to my house until Tuesday.

  • Halftime Performance
  • When all else fails: Eight steps to putting on muscle

    You want to put on some muscle and you’re tired of waiting. You’re ready to take your physique to the next leveling terms of pure, big time muscle and or size. 

    Here are some tips to all you hardgainers out there who are going to keep trying to get it done.

  • When all else fails: Eight steps to putting on muscle

    You want to put on some muscle and you’re tired of waiting. You’re ready to take your physique to the next leveling terms of pure, big time muscle and or size. 

    Here are some tips to all you hardgainers out there who are going to keep trying to get it done.

  • Joining in on Panther Tot Club fun
  • Coaches vs. Cancer, Homecoming Feb. 8

    The Carroll County High School basketball teams will honor local cancer survivors through the annual Coaches vs. Cancer game Friday, Feb. 8. The crowning of the 2013 Carroll County High School Homecoming king and queen also will occur.

    The school will host a varsity doubleheader against Williamstown, with the girls playing at 6 p.m. and the boys following. A portion of the entrance fee will benefit the Carroll County Relay for Life.

  • Lady Panthers take down Trojans, 58-56

    The Lady Panthers hung on against visiting Covington Latin to win their third straight game Tuesday, 58-56.

    Head coach Paul Stone said his team did a nice job on offense, especially working the ball inside.

    Carroll built a 51-33 lead at the end of the third quarter. The Lady Panthers tried to slow down and run some clock, but that wasn’t their style. They committed some turnovers and Covington Latin hit a few key 3-pointers down the stretch to tie up the game 52-52 with two minutes to go.

  • Transportation Cabinet seeks public input

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – In 2035, what will be the transportation needs for Kentucky? Will the focus be on maintaining and improving existing roadways, constructing new roads, or issues concerning other modes of transportation? Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials are asking these questions as they update the Kentucky Long Range Transportation Plan.

  • Legislation would keep Kentuckians in school until age 18

    By TOM MARTIN

    Business Lexington

    Lexington– By 2018, fewer than 10 percent of Kentucky employers will accept job applicants who lack a high school diploma. This Georgetown University forecast from the study Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018 offers a clear warning to Kentucky policy makers, educators, employers, students, parents - anyone with a stake in the well-being of the commonwealth’s economy: education is essential to well-being.

  • Gibson joins 1,000-point club; Panthers beat Raiders

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    It was a game that, while running the gamut of emotions, gave each team an opportunity to give the spectators a clinic to demonstrate the excellence of both an offensive effort for one and a defensive effort for the other. In the end, Carroll County took home the laurels of the second round of the annual border rivalry match-up with the Trimble County Raiders. Final score: 73-65.