Today's News

  • Students peer back in history for Winn-Winn occasion

    Kathryn Winn Primary students used their 100th day of class on Jan. 29 to celebrate the life of the school’s eponym, Miss Kathryn Winn, who taught for five decades as a first-grade teacher at what was then called the 9th Street School.

    Family Ties resource center coordinator Cydney Conley said that a visitor asked the students about the school’s name during a leadership day event last fall.

  • Community Calendar | Feb. 12, 2015

    Feb. 1-13: Artwork may be turned in to the Carrollton Library. The Greater Federation of Woman’s Clubs Kentucky is sponsoring it’s annual Student Art Contest. High School Students may enter art work in the categories of painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, computer design and crafts. Judging will take place Feb. 14. Artwork will remain on display for the remainder of the month.

    Thursday, Feb. 12

    Carrollton Lions Club meeting at noon at Butler Park lodge.

  • Church News | Feb. 12, 2015

    Ash Wednesday Mass at St. John’s Church

    St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 507 Fifth Street in Carrollton will hold a 7 a.m., and a 7 p.m. bilingual mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18. Distribution of ashes will take place after the final blessing in Mass. All are welcome.

    United Methodist holds Ash Wednesday service Feb. 18

    Carrollton United Methodist Church, 310 Highland Ave. reminds us that Feb. 18, is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Church’s season of Lent.

  • CAC Lady Eagles now 11-0

    The Christian Academy of Carrollton Lady Eagles ran its record to 11-0 with a 43-18 win over Maryville Independent Christian Academy of Hope. Megan Green lead the Lady Eagles in scoring with 16 points. Michaela Bales scored 15 points, Gabby Kamphouse scored eight points and Kristy Hoff scored four points.

  • We are challenged to dedicate ourselves spiritually to God

    I seem to challenge people in my articles and so today will be no different.  I am not trying to stir up an argument, but rather am trying to make you think about yourself and God.

    There are plenty of brave, committed and loyal people in this world. We see it in our military, we see movies made about them and we sometimes have them personally in our lives. When seeing these kinds of things, they stir me inside to do better.

  • NCKC Player of the Week | Feb. 12, 2015
  • On The Road | Feb. 12, 2015

    Eminence beats Carroll for a second time

    Despite holding a four-point lead at the end of the third quarter, the Panthers couldn’t hold on, as the Warriors outscored the visitors 28-12 in the fourth quarter to win, 68-56, Jan. 31. With the loss, Carroll County drops to the No. 5 seed in the 31st District Tournament, while Eminence holds the No. 2 seed.

  • Carroll can’t hold on to fourth-quarter lead, fall to Trimble, 66-64, in Bedford

    For Trimble County fans, last week’s battle with visiting Carroll County delivered everything spectators of a rivalry game could hope for. For disappointed Carroll fans, the outcome fell a basket short as the Panthers led most of the way until an empty stretch in the final quarter allowed Trimble to take the lead and hold it down the stretch for a 66-64 win Feb. 3.

  • Carroll competes in Winter Olympics

    Carroll County Special Olympics participated in the Winter Olympics Jan. 25-27 at Perfect North, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. The following are the results:

    Michelle Barnes: First (Gold), 50 meter snowshoe race and second (silver) 25 meter snow shoe;

    Rhonda Burns: First (Gold) 100 meter snowshoe race, and first (gold) 50 meter snowshoe;

    Thomas Granger: First (gold) 100 Meter snowshoe, and third (bronze) 50 meter snowshoe;

  • Lady Mustangs ‘D’ troublesome for Lady Panthers

    Missed free throws and turnovers were, once again, the stumbling block for the Carroll County Lady Panthers against North Oldham Tuesday. Despite its miscues, the team was still within three points after a successful three-point play by Lauren Moore with 1:51 left in the game. But two empty possessions and less than a minute to go forced the Lady Panthers to start fouling, and North Oldham hit 4-6 free throws down the stretch to seal the 58-51 win.