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Today's News

  • Post 5 arrests 11 during ‘Operation Black Friday’

    KSP initiated “Operation Black Friday” on Friday, Nov. 1 by using every available sworn unit within the agency to arrest 479 individuals in what is the largest one-day drug round-up in agency history. All KSP Posts, the KSP Drug Enforcement Special Investigations (DESI) Branch, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, along with assistance from local law enforcement, ATF, DEA and U.S. Marshal’s Service began arresting individuals before daybreak.

    Locally, through KSP Post 5, there were 11 arrests in Carroll, Trimble, Henry and Gallatin counties.

  • New Year’s Resolution – Now is the time!

    With changing leaves and temperatures we now know that the changing of the seasons is on its way. With Halloween’s trick or treat, Thanksgiving’s feast, Christmas’ family gatherings, and New Year’s big night of eats and drinks, we have hit the season of big eating. With that now starting to weigh on our minds for the planning and preparation of it all, now is also the time to plan for the caloric indulgence and how to fight it.

  • Carroll County Community Calendar | Week of Nov. 7, 2013

    Friday, Nov. 8

    Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. every Friday at the Warsaw First Christian Church, 207 W. High St., Warsaw.

    Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Carrollton Christian Church.

    Saturday, Nov. 9

  • Church News | Nov. 7, 2013

    Apostolic church honors veterans at special service

    The First Apostolic Church, 111 Third St., Carrollton, will host a Veteran’s Day program at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10, honoring our local veterans and first responders.  The program is open for the entire community to attend.  The guest of honor will be Col. Thomas Edwards, the Garrison Commander of the Ft. Knox Military Base.

    The service will include a multimedia presentation commemorating past and present veterans who have served or are currently serving our country. 

  • Jesus can break through in those ‘cold’ moments

    When it comes to serving at my church, I have two jobs. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a communion server. I’m also emcee for the monthly senior ministry events, dinners and such. With a microphone in hand I quiet them down, tell a few senior-related jokes, dismiss the people at the tables to go get their food and introduce featured guests.

    Sometimes I refill cups of iced tea or clear plates away.

    Basically, I just show up and try not to mess things up so badly that God can’t fix it.

  • “Grim Reaper Day” teaches students dangers of drugs, alcohol
  • Carroll County District Court | Nov. 7, 2013

    Items published in court news are public record. The News-Democrat publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published. Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to the News-Democrat do not imply guilt.

    DISTRICT COURT

    The following decisions were rendered Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 30-31, 2013, in Carroll County District Court with the Hon. Thomas M. Funk presiding.

  • Panthers win third straight heading into playoffs

    A high-powered offense and a smothering defense both came to play Friday night for Carroll County on senior night, as the Panthers defeated the Dayton Greendevils, 42-8. The first-stringers had a shutout going until the Greendevils scored on the back-ups with 5:54 remaining.

  • Remaking education in Carroll County: Parents question new teaching methods during Cartmell training

    It’s no secret that test scores in the district are not at the level they need to be. So, to improve education in Carroll County, the school district is moving to personalize learning, recognizing that each student learns at his own pace, Cartmell Elementary School Principal Doug Oak said.

    Nearly two dozen parents attended a training session Oct. 22, designed to help parents understand why this is the right direction for their children.

  • A scary new tradition ...

    Worthville Volunteer Fire Department hosted The Haunted Trail Oct. 22-31 at Camp Kysoc. The trail was about three-quarters of a mile and included 39 different props, Chief Ernie Courtney  said. He estimated 75-150 people came each night during the week and about 250 on a weekend night. The money raised every day except Wednesday went toward the purchase of a tanker truck for the fire department. On Wednesday, all money was donated to Kathryn Winn Primary’s PTA in honor of Caroline Tuttle and Ryder Deitz. About 30-50 people volunteered to work the event each night.