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Today's News

  • Corbin advances to State

    Malachi Corbin qualified in the discus event for the Kentucky State Track Meet after a third-place performance May 16, at the 5th Region Class A meet at Danville. The state meet will be held May 22-23, at the University of Kentucky Track and Field Complex inLexington.

    The Carroll County High School track and field boys and girls teams both finished 10th in team scores. Lexington Christian won first place for boys and girls.

  • Carroll wins first round over EHS

    It was an all-around solid performance for the No. 4 seed Carroll County Lady Panthers softball team Monday, as they took care of business in the first round of the 31st District Tournament, defeating No. 5 seed Eminence 7-1, at Owen County. Carroll will take on No. 1 seed Henry County Tuesday.

    Senior Mackenzi Hawkins led the way at the plate, going 3-4, including a triple, and two RBIs.

  • Night at the Art Museum
  • Carroll County Middle School Bands and Choir Spring Performances, May 7
  • Personal training – Hard is the easy part

    Today the plethora of personal training experts have a lot of differences. On the other hand, they can all get one thing right – making a workout hard! It is not just trainers, it is people themselves. Heavier, faster, more difficult, more props. We as the fitness community certainly like to have fun with the plethora of possibilities. We love constant variety.

  • Carroll County At Work: Magali McCarty (I for Interpreter)

    Being an interpreter is more than just being able to speak multiple languages. It takes accuracy, precision and focus to do the job.

    Magali McCarty is Carroll County’s only certified Spanish interpreter through the Administrative Office of the Courts and the only AOC-certified Portuguese interpreter in the state of Kentucky, earning her certifications in 2004.

  • TRDHD outlines its goals for 2019

    Reducing tobacco use, teen pregnancy and the rate of preventable hospital stays top Carroll County’s preliminary health goals, as determined by the Three Rivers District Health Department, with assistance from the Carroll County Health and Safety Partnership.

  • Bevin, Conway win Carroll County

    By JEFF MOORE and JOSEPH GERTH

    The News-Democrat and The Courier-Journal

    Republican Matt Bevin and Democrat Jack Conway carried unofficial vote tallies in Carroll County as they sought their party nominations for governor in Tuesday’s statewide primary election.

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  • Carroll named a Work Ready In Progress area

    Carroll County joins Boyd, Greenup, Knott and Lawrence counties as Kentucky Work Ready Communities in Progress status, and Hopkins County was certified as a Kentucky Work Ready Community in an announcement from Gov. Steve Beshear’s office.

    The Kentucky Work Ready Communities certification program from the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board and the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet assures employers that a local workforce has the talent and skills necessary to staff existing jobs and to master the innovative technologies new jobs will require.