Today's News

  • Youth Expo
  • Bus crash survivor visits city

    Nearly a quarter of a century after the bus crash on Interstate 71 changed his life forever, survivor Harold Dennis returned to Carrollton last week as part of a project to make a documentary about the tragedy.

    Dennis spoke Wednesday to the Carrollton Rotary Club at General Butler State Resort Park, talking some about his personal experiences and also about “Impact,” the movie he is producing with several others to educate people on the dangers of drinking and driving.

  • Prestonville buys land for new city building

    The city of Prestonville is purchasing 5 acres of land on New Castle Pike for a new city hall and recreation center.

    At its April 9 meeting, the city commission voted to purchase the land from Debbie and Tommy Couch for $20,000, as long as the title search on the land is clear.

    Mayor Vickie Burgin said Monday that City Attorney Alecia Hubbard had completed the title search on the property and it does have a clear title. Burgin said Hubbard gave her the OK to move forward with acquiring the land.

  • City fed up with poor service from WiFi company


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    Get your stuff and get out.

    That’s the message Campbellsburg Mayor Rex Morgan would like to deliver to PoweredOn owner Brent Graves of Carrollton.

    Campbellsburg hired Graves in 2011 to set up a wireless Internet, or WiFi, network to be delivered at no cost to city residents. But, one year later, the network has coverage issues, and Graves did not follow through on a promise he made to the council in March to address the problems.

  • Fun for all at Ghent Easter event
  • 2012 Easter on the Square winners
  • Spike in motorcycle crashes prompts State Police to begin social media safety blitz

    KSP reports that 2012 has already shown a spike in motorcycle-related crashes with a 69 percent increase from 2011 for the same time period. For this reason, KSP has decided to utilize their best asset for reaching the public – social media. With over 40,000 followers on Facebook©, 2,900 followers on Twitter© and an active YouTube©, Flickr© and Blogger© account, the agency plans to blast out motorcycle safety messaging via these platforms.

  • Rescheduled ALS fundraiser is Saturday


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    “Bob’s Bunch Battling ALS” will hold a fundraiser for ALS research at the Morgan Community Center in Bedford on Saturday, April 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    The event was originally scheduled for March 3 but the tornado that struck the Milton Fire Station No. 2 on the day before forced the cancellation of that event.

  • Christian music concert on April 21


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    A concert benefiting the Carroll County Food Pantry will be held at the Carroll County Middle School Auditorium from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 21.

    Local Christian musicians The Infinite Realm will serve as the host group for the concert, billed as a “Feed the Hungry” Gospel Jubilee. Also appearing will be the Commonwealth Quartet from Nashville, Tenn., and Hearts of Joy, a trio based in Hanover, Ind.

  • Lady Panthers reach semifinals at tourney

    Carroll finished in fourth place at the Oldham County Spring Break Classic over the weekend.

    The Lady Panthers lost their first two pool games against Central Hardin, 7-6, and Holy Cross (Louisville), 3-2, putting them in last place.

    However, the girls bounced back Saturday  in the tournament, defeating Bracken County, 6-3, and then taking down Mercer County, 5-4, which was ranked No. 1 in the other pool.

    Carroll reached the semifinals of the tournament, but was knocked out by Pickerington Central, out of Ohio, 6-1.