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Today's News

  • Four musicians to perform charity concert for CCAS

    Rock and Roll is going to the dogs (and cats) at this benefit concert at TKay’s Blues and More, Main Street, Carrollton at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29. Four musicians will donate their time and talent giving all tips and contributions to help Carroll County Animal Support.

    Mark Louden plays classic rock, Blues and original songs; Jimmy Mundane plays Rasta-Billy and Americana; Tim Pearson plays country music and Donnie Wright plays Southern rock.

  • Carroll County District Court | Nov. 21, 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

  • Winn fall festival

    Kathryn Winn Primary's annual Fall Festival was held Nov. 8, at the school.

  • Cross country runners recognized

    The Carroll County High School cross country team held its annual awards banquet on Nov. 6, at Hometown Pizza.

    State Awards

    Haley Dermon — All 5A Region Team and state qualifier

    Sierra Martinez — 5A region and state qualifier

     

    Girls Awards

    Most Dedicated: Haley Dermon

    Mental Attitude: Jenna Richmond

    Most Improved: Mallory Wilkerson

    Most Valuable: Haley Dermon

     

    Boys Awards

    Most Dedicated: Matthew Beach

  • Wildcats spoil Panthers’ playoff run, 49-26

    After winning their first playoff game in 10 years last week, the Carroll County Panthers were unable to add on to their four-game winning streak, losing 49-26 to district rival Gallatin County in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs. The Wildcats (10-2) will take on Newport Central Catholic (8-4) Friday night in Warsaw.

  • Maximize hay use with proper feeding techniques

    As we move into the winter months, we move into the hay feeding period for our livestock.  Regard-less of the livestock species, it is normal to expect hay loss during feeding. However, if hay is stored and fed properly, hay loss can be minimized. 

  • Sensible snacking is easy during the busy holidays

    The holiday season is now here, which means good food and festivities. Most of us get busy around the holidays, shopping for gifts, planning parties and visiting family and friends.

    Having a nutritious snack during these busy times helps keep our bodies fueled, supplies essential vitamins and minerals, and prevents us from overeating during main meals.

    Many people think of snacking as an unhealthy habit because when they think of snack food, they think of a candy bar, cookies or a bag of chips.

  • Contractor hired for river walk

    Carrollton City Council awarded the contract for the river walk project to Walter Martin Excavating Inc., of Lexington, Ky. The company bid $184,090 on the base bid for the 10-foot-wide sidewalk that will run from Fifth Street to the Point Park parking lot.

    The city also received base bids from four other companies: Adleta Construction, Knight Construction, Sedam Contracting Corporation and Straight Edge Construction.

  • Breaking the streak: Panthers win playoff game

    It’s been a long 10 years, but the Carroll County High School football team has finally put an end to the playoff drought. The Panthers defeated Newport High School, 29-21, Friday, Nov. 8, in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. It was the school’s first playoff win since Nov. 8, 2003 when the Panthers defeated Bethlehem, 34-31, in overtime.

  • Relevant Church to host commodity distribution

    Commodity distributions set for next week in Carroll County will be held at new locations now that Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission ended its management food distribution.

    Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson said at Tuesday’s fiscal court meeting that the county had to “scramble” to find a good place to do the food distribution programs that serve local families and senior citizens.