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Today's News

  • Boys’ soccer team rallys for tie, 1-1

    The Panthers battled back from a 0-1 deficit in the second half to tie the visiting Covington Latin Trojans 1-1 at home Thursday night. The match started a little shaky for the Panthers. The team was not communicating or settling the ball, which led to passes going to no one in particular and a frustrated head coach on the sideline. &ldquo

  • CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY CALENDAR

      Wednesday, Sept. 1  Carrollton Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at noon at General Butler State Resort Park. American Legion Post No. 41, holds bingo at 123 Fifth Street in Carrollton, 7 p.m. Registration forms are due for the 30th annual Jim Ramsey Tennis Tournament. Forms are available from First National Bank in Carrollton

  • Panthers run away with win at home over rival Wildcats

    Led by junior running back Carson Butcher, the Carroll County offense pounded the ball against Gallatin County, scoring 40 points in the first half and winning 47-2 at Panther Field. Butcher rushed for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the win. “Our mentality is that we don’t care what defense people put at us, we’re going

  • Media center gets a fresh look at Kathryn Winn Primary

    Students, parents and visitors walking in to the Kathryn Winn Primary media center for the first time this school year may need a double take. Home to the library and technology area, the room underwent a $10,000 remodel over the summer. According to Carroll County Schools Chief Financial Officer Jon Conrad, the money came from the general

  • Property owner proposes relocating Washburn/Moore family cemetery

    Plans for the removal and reinterment of graves and cemeteries have become news in Carroll County during the past few weeks. In last week’s edition of The News-Democrat it was reported that Carroll County Fiscal Court approved a request by Kentucky Utilities for the relocation of an abandoned cemetery near Ghent. A public notice appears

  • Bids approved for two watershed projects

    Work is underway on two sections of Notch Lick Creek to clear rock, mud and debris from the creek bed. The projects are the latest to be bid under a federal “Watershed” program, Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson said during last week’s meeting of Carroll County Fiscal Court. A federal proj

  • Bash raises $500 for kids’ Christmas party

    Editor: The 21st Annual Bedford Bash was a hit. We raised more than $500 for the needy kids’ Christmas party through the sale of T-shirts.  We gave away several prizes and had a great time. I have heard several positive comments on the Ronnie Green Band and on the 4th Annual Car Show. Congratulations to the Bedford Post Office

  • NEWS AT A GLANCE

    Pie-baking contest returns to festival Make a mean apple pie? Then sign up to enter the Apple Pie Contest during the Trimble County Apple Festival, set for Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11-12. First place prize is $100 cash; second place, $50; and third place, $25. For information about the contest or to sign up, call Leslie Cutshaw at (502) 2

  • Shepherdsville firm wins library building project

    The Trimble Banner Trimble County is one step closer to getting a new library facility. The Board of Trustees for the Trimble County Public Library awarded the project Monday, Aug. 16, to EH Construction of Shepherdsville, Ky. The company was the lowest of six bids received for the project. Originally, 15 companies had expressed interest i

  • Commission OKs new flooring for Morgan center

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    New flooring is on its way to the Morgan Community Center.