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Today's News

  • Girls fall 56-33 to Jaguars

    The Lady Panthers scored just nine points in the second half, falling 56-33 to East Jessamine Saturday at home.

    “East Jessamine was a very good team,” head coach Paul Stone said in an e-mail. “We held them below their 74 points per game average, but were unable to convert some of our shots in the second half.”

    The Lady Panthers handled the press well early on, which led to some easy shots, Stone said. However, the team failed to make a run in the second half. “We never could score two possessions in a row,” he said.

  • Panthers run out of magic in tight contest with Rebels

    It just wasn’t meant to be Friday night for the Carroll County Panthers. Senior Jacob Wise hit two game-tying shots – one at the end of regulation and the other at the end of the first overtime – to send the game into double-overtime, but the Panthers were unable to come away with the victory, losing 63-61 to the visiting Owen County Rebels.

  • Sharing the music

     

    The Carroll County High School Chorus and their band held a concert Dec. 12 in the high school cafeteria. 

  • Ladies defeat Rebels for first time since 2009

    For the first time since the 2008-09 season, the Lady Panthers basketball team defeated the Lady Rebels, winning 57-37 Friday night on their home floor.

  • Carroll County District Court | Dec. 19, 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, Dec 11-12, 2013, in Carroll County District Court with the Hon. Thomas M. Funk presiding.

  • Osborne shares why Woods was most influential teacher

    Throughout my high school career, I have had many magnificent and influential adults who have had an impact on both my future and my character. But above all of my previous and current teachers, instructors and coaches, there is no question that my most influential teacher is and will always be Mrs. Rebecca Woods. 

  • Libraries foster a love for reading

    Of all the gifts that Benjamin Franklin gave us, one of the most far-reaching has to be establishing the forerunner of our country’s public libraries.

    They have been a mainstay in Kentucky almost from the beginning, when the first opened in 1795 at what is now Transylvania University in Lexington. Some historians believe it was also the first library outside of the 13 original colonies.

  • Story demonstrates it is possible to be too close to Christmas to see Christ

    The story of Jesus’ birth is a familiar story, and that is a problem at Christmas.

    It is possible to believe we know a story so well that it is no longer a story with a message. It is possible to feel we know people so well that we no longer look at them with any real curiosity. And it is possible for God to be so present in a familiar story that we lose the ability to even see him.

    We know this to be true because familiarity with the story of Jesus was a unique hurdle Jesus faced when he returned to his hometown of Nazareth.

  • Church News | Dec. 19, 2013

    Apostolic church presents ‘The Gift’

    First Apostolic Church will host its Christmas program at 10 a.m., Sunday Dec. 22. This year’s program, titled “The Gift,” will be a puppet show for all ages.  A special Christmas gift will be given to everyone who attends the service. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please contact the Rev. Allen Croucher for a ride if needed at (502) 525-7515.

     

    Christmas cantata set for Sanders church

  • The show must go on ...

    After being canceled last weekend due to snow and ice, the Christmas Carroll event –including the annual parade –marched on in the rain Saturday.

     

    Visions of Sugar Plums

    Grand Prize Winner: Vicky Hadley

    Cake

    First - Vicky Hadley

    Second - Linda Davis

    Third - Eva Ingram

     

    Pie

    First - Phyllis Leach

    Second - Chris Beard

    Third - Sarah Hamilton

    Cookies and Candy

    First - Martha Noffsinger