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Today's News

  • Inconsistency an issue for Lady Panthers

    The Lady Panthers volleyball team (3-7) stayed close most of the match against the visiting Lady Bearcats of Walton-Verona, but were ultimately unable to put a winning run together. They lost 25-18, 25-20 Tuesday night. Head Coach Kristen Arbinger said her team played well, despite the final score, and noted Walton-Verona’s consistency as a quality she wants her team to develop. &ldquo

  • CLARIFICATION

    An article in the Sept. 1 edition of The News-Democrat on the proposal by Nam V.Do to move the Moore/Washburn cemetery on Gilgal Road is not connected with a nearby monastery. Nam confirmed Tuesday that his project at 1171 Gigal Road is not connected to the Bodhidharma Zen Monastery property, which is located at 1711 Gilgal Road. Luu Hong Ha, president of the Bodhidharma Zen Monastery, also co

  • Girls soccer team to aid cancer society program

    Editor: The Carroll County High School girls soccer team will have a breast cancer awareness night during our home soccer game vs. Whitefield Academy on Sept. 23, game time scheduled for 6 p.m. We are working with our local American Cancer Society representatives to help put it on. They will be selling t-shirts as well as baked goods the night of the event.  During half time we will be do

  • Carroll native and rockabilly legend Art Adams to play at Gen. Butler concert series Saturday

    Carroll County native and rockabilly legend Art Adams returns to Carrollton this weekend for a hometown concert. The Art Adams Band, based in Plainfield, Ind., will bring Adams’ patented rockabilly sound to General Butler State Resort Park for the Sept. 18 “Play ’er Agin” Concert Series on the grounds of the Butler-Turpin State Historic House at the park at 7 p.m. Adams

  • Sisenstein recuperating at home after traffic accident

    Andy Sisenstein is recuperating at home from injuries sustained in an Aug. 26 traffic accident on Ky. Hwy. 36. Sisenstein was airlifted from the scene to University of Louisville Hospital for treatment. He spent several days in the Intensive Care Unit at the facility, his father, Jim Sisenstein said Tuesday. Sisenstein, a 2010 Carroll County High School graduate and standout in football, basket

  • Girls’ Golf

    Quincy Hogan tied for 19th place out of 97 golfers at the 8th Region Class “A” State tournament Saturday at the Arlington Country Club in Richmond, Ky. She finished with a score of 85, 13 over par. “I was extremely pleased with the majority of Quincy’s shot making for the round. She really played well,” Head Coach Jay Jones said.  The girls teed off at 11:30

  • Church’s century-old roof to be replaced

    After more than 100 years of service, the roof at St. John’s Catholic Church is being replaced. The new model is a driftwood-colored, barrel vault-style, Gerard stone-coated metal roof with a 50-year warranty, according to the Rev. Kuvungal Davy. “The color will not really fade,” he said. “It will not need any paintin

  • Panthers post shutout, win 24-0 on the road

    Carroll County’s defense continued its dominance, shutting out Ludlow High School, en route to a 24-0 victory Friday night on the road. The unit has allowed just two points—none by the opposing offense—in three games. “The defensive line had a lot to do with that because they get pressure. If you get pressure, everyth

  • Arrest made by KSP in fatal incident

    Kentucky State Police arrested a Carrollton man in connection with the fatal traffic incident resulting in the death of Aaron L. Martin, 24, from Ghent. Trooper Brandon Maupin arrested Donnie F. Ketterer Jr., 36, at 4:15 p.m. on Sept. 1, according to a news release. Ketterer is charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failing to re

  • CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Wednesday, Sept. 8  Carrollton Rotary Club holds its annual scholarship golf scramble at General Butler State Resort Park. Family Community Pharmacy Program will screen potential clients from 9-11 a.m. at the Northern Ky. Community Action Center, Highland Avenue. Call (502) 732-5253. Carroll County Public Library holds its Wednesdays