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Today's News

  • After 28 years, Prestonville has Rose property deed

    Twenty-eight years after the state purchased the Rose property, with intentions of deeding it back to the city of Prestonville, the property finally belongs to the city. 

    Mayor Chris Moore presented the Rose Property Deed to the Prestonville City Commission during its regular meeting on Jan. 19. 

    He said the property extends north, from the bridge to the stop sign, and down to the river.  Moore pointed out the location on the map of Prestonville, located in the city building.

  • Morrises are the new owners at Sugar Bay

    lf course has new owners. Former school board member David Morris and his sons, Chad and Ryan Morris, purchased Sugar Bay Golf Course on Dry Creek Road in December for $750,000.

    “We’re excited about this opportunity,” said Ryan Morris who will be in charge of the day-to-day operation of the course. “The first thing we want to create is a friendlier atmosphere that will make the time our customers spend with us more fun and rewarding.”

  • Honor Roll Carroll County Middle School | Jan. 22, 2015

    Sixth Grade All  A’s

    Devin Benecke, Emily Blackburn, Tammy Butcher, Karolina Chagnay, Gracie Craig, Dante Cruz, Kennedy Daigle, Peyton Devine, Taylor Franklin, Brandie Garcia, Gabriella Hembree, Luke Heveline, Aiden Hollingsworth, Danyn Johnson, Bailey Leap, Bailey Mefford, Deaton Oak, Kaitlyn Osborne, Trinity, Robbins, Jasmine Simmons, Cheyenne Smith, Brandi Strothman, Diana Teran Marquez, Caitlain Voils, Hannah Welch and Lily Young.

     

    A/B

  • Honor Roll Cartmell Elementary | Jan. 22, 2015

    Third Grade All A’s

    Neil Abbott, Skilar Brown, Cole Brown, Cameron Butcher, Cristian Castillo-Hernandez, Jordan Cox, Kaitlyn Dukes, Seth Franklin, Elizabeth Gordon, Mason Harris, Keagan Hatton, Wesley Hidalgo Gonzalez, Grayson Kinman, Jaden Lark, Alexis Lipe, Jacob Long, Laila Miller, Reagan Miller, Mayra Nava Sanchez, Gavin Pella, Hunter Rosenbaum, Jaylyn Sea, Desiree Skaggs, Lauren Smith, Amber Spenneberg, Jacob Spenneberg, Ayden Taylor, Nathalia Tobar Maldonado, Tyler Watts and Destiny Wright.

     

  • Honor Roll Carroll County High School | Jan. 22, 2015

    Ninth Grade All A’s

    Sydney Ball, Angela Gentry, Tayttum Horine, Haley Martin, Faith McBurney, Elizabeth Meadows and Grace Morgan and Chasity Taylor.

     

    A/ B

  • Carrollton man charged with burglarizing Relevant Church

    Carrollton Police, assisted by Kentucky State Police, arrested a Carrollton man for burglarizing Relevant Church and banging on doors and windows at neighboring houses on Highland Avenue Jan. 8.

  • Telecounseling now offered at Carrollton drug treatment unit

    With the number of heroin overdoses on the rise in Carroll County, eliminating barriers to treatment is important.

    Starting Friday, Jan. 16, Carrollton Treatment Services–one of three methodone distribution clinics that are part of the NKY Med Clinic, LLC.,–will now offer telecounseling for its patients and be open seven days a week.

  • Ernest Doll prepares to celebrate 101st birthday

    Farming has always been a part of Ernest Doll’s life – from a child growing up during the Great Depression until he retired from farming in the early 1990’s. Doll and his family have grown tobacco, hay, corn and raised cattle over the years.

    Ernest will be celebrating his 101st birthday Feb. 11. He was born on the farm where his family lived in Henry County near Port Royal.

  • Board approves three change orders

    The Carroll County Board of Education approved three change orders for the Carroll County Middle School construction project at the Jan. 8, meeting.

  • Council votes down proposal to no longer post all open jobs

    Carrollton City Council unanimously voted against a municipal order updating the personnel policies and procedures, related to hiring employees. The change would have given the city the option of whether or not to advertise open positions above entry-level in The News-Democrat, Carroll County’s newspaper of record.