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Today's News

  • Panthers lose heartbreaker to Gallatin

    With 21.2 seconds to go and Carroll County down by three, senior Andy Sisenstein rebounded a Gallatin County missed free throw and dribbled the ball up the left sideline. Junior Zach Wise found himself wide-open underneath the basket, but Sisenstein was swarmed by defenders and took a time-out with 14.6 seconds to go.

  • Brinley’s Promise toy drive a huge success

    Editor: With the help of our community, our toy drive was a huge success. We were able to take two carloads of toys, gift cards and Christmas cards to Kosair Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald House nin Louisville. When we were unable to shake the need to buy presents for our son, Brinley, who lost his battle to Hurler Syndrome in April 2009, we decided what better th

  • Update on Sheriff Ben Smith's condition

    Carroll County Sheriff Ben Smith remains listed in stable condition at University Hospital in Louisville.

    On Friday, Chief Deputy Jim Hamilton said family members have told him Smith is sitting up and eating and says he's ready to come home. He said Smith is no longer in the hospital's ICU unit.

    Hamilton said doctors have told the sheriff's family that they “expect him to make a full recovery.”

  • Bedford seeks recreational trails grant

    The Trimble Banner The city of Bedford plans to apply for a federal grant that could help build a new city park at Bedford springs. A public hearing on the application is planned for 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at City Hall in the Morgan Community Center. The deadline to apply is at the end of February. Assistant city clerk Rita Davis

  • CCMS Lady Panthers enjoy successful hoops seasons

    The seventh and eighth grade Lady Panthers recently ended their seasons to the tune of winning records, including numerous wins over district foes.

  • Henry Co. stumps Panthers in overtime

    A big play by junior forward Zach Wise at the end of regulation play bought some extra time for the Carroll County Panthers in last week’s home matchup with Henry County. Carroll’s hopes disintegrated in the overtime period, however, as the Panthers couldn’t find the basket and fell 59-50 for their 10th loss in 13 starts this season.

  • Raiders hoops teams experience ups, downs

    TCHS Correspondent The Raiders started out Homecoming week with a win against the Walton-Verona Bearcats on Tuesday Jan. 5. Fighting through the whole game, the Raiders pulled it out with a score of 53-44. Justin Webb led the Raiders, scoring 19 points, followed by Zach Adair, 11; Josh Edington, eight; Craig Ward, Dylan Staples and Skiler

  • Sheriff 'serious' after traffic accident

    Carroll County Sheriff Ben Smith was injured in a one-vehicle accident while responding to a domestic violence call Tuesday.

    Smith, 59, was traveling south on M&T Road when the accident occurred. It appeared his Chevrolet Tahoe police vehicle left the roadway, swapped ends and came to rest against some trees over a hillside.

  • “Kentucky Afield” host to speak at Carroll County Middle School

    Tim Farmer from KET’s “Kentucky Afield” television show will be speaking to the middle school as a part of the communications cluster of their career fair on Friday at 1 p.m. in the auditorium.

  • Shop with a Cop kicks off 2010 program

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Police Department has began preparations for our 2010 Shop With A Cop program. This year will mark the tenth anniversary of the program and our goal is to provide for 100-plus children.