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Today's News

  • Monthly hymn sing set for Sanders | Aug. 21, 2013

    Sanders Baptist Church will host its monthly hymn sing on Sunday, Aug. 25, at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

  • 4-Hers take part in state fair, earning honors for the county

    What a busy two weeks at the Kentucky State Fair.  Carroll County has already entered our 4-H exhibits, participated in the 4-H talent show and will be showing beef and swine in the livestock shows and competing in the Sewing Skill-a-thon later this week.

  • Worshipping or worrying?

    Genesis 8:20-21 says: “Then Noah built an altar to the Lord and, taking some of all the clean animals and clean birds, he sacrificed burnt offerings on it. The Lord smelled the pleasing aroma and said in his heart, ‘Never again will I curse the ground because of man, even though every inclination of his heart is evil from childhood. And never again will I destroy all living creatures as I have done.’”

  • JCTC chef becomes TV’s “Next Food Network Star”

    Chef Damaris Phillips felt a long-held dream come true Sunday night when she was named TV’s “Next Food Network Star.”

    The win for the Jefferson Com-munity and Technical College Culinary Arts faculty member followed a challenging 10-week competition and 59 hours of voting by viewers and supporters.

    Winners of the program, receive their own show on the national network. Phillips’ show will premier this fall.

  • Big Catches | Aug. 21, 2013
  • Pubs aid in forage choices

    We are in that time of the year when we start renovating or establishing our pastures and hayfields. There are several useful Univer-sity of Ken-tucky publications that can help you with selecting forage species and varieties.

    Forage species, as well as varieties within a species, vary significantly in yield, quality and stand persistence, which combine to greatly impact performance and economic return to the operation.

  • District expands engineering and biomedical courses

    The Carroll County School District is expanding its pre-engineering course offerings through the second year of Project Lead the Way, an initiative that gives middle school and high school students access to engineering design and biomedical science courses.

    Project Lead the Way provides curriculum and support to school districts so that students have access to hands-on, problem-based learning. Students are encouraged to apply skills and knowledge acquired in math and science classes. 

  • Extension Homemakers hold fall kickoff on Thursday

    All Carroll County Extension Homemakers and anyone interested in learning more about becoming an Extension Homemaker member are invited to attend the annual kick-off from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thurs-day, Aug. 22 at the Exten-sion office.

  • CCHS golf scores | Aug. 21, 2013

    Girls fall to Henry

    The Lady Panthers golf team closely competed with Henry County at the Henry County Country Club Tuesday, Aug. 13, but fell just short. Henry won, 229-242.

    The following are the Carroll County top four individual scores: Hannah McMahan, 52; Jadyn Bailey, 59; Natalie Bennett, 63; and Ciara Hamilton, 69.

     

    Girls improve team score against Trimble

    The Lady Panthers lost to Trimble County, 197 to 214, on Wednesday, Aug. 14. The match was held at Perry Park.

  • Special session aims to untangle redistricting fight

    By Kevin Wheatley

    The State Journal
     

    Lawmakers will return Monday for a special session to tackle legislative and judicial redistricting, a typically contentious issue that appears less so based on proposed maps introduced by House and Senate leadership.