Today's News

  • Crank, Tuttle win XC awards

  • Players honored at recent soccer banquet

    Not pictured: The following CCHS boys team members also received awards: Jacob Beach, most improved; Denis Perez, defensive MVP; Michael Hall, offensive MVP; Cody Damron, team MVP. Head coach Ben Crutcher said this is the first year a freshman has won the overall team MVP award.

  • Pursuit leads to Georgia man’s arrest

    A man sought in Georgia for vehicle hijacking was arrested by the Carrollton Police Department following a short high-speed pursuit on Hwy. 227.

    CPD Officer Daniel Embry observed Lukas A. Lambert, 22, McLain, Miss., allegedly traveling at a high rate of speed on Hwy. 227 at about 1:35 a.m. on Nov. 11.

    Embry turned his cruiser around and activated his lights and sirens, but Lambert refused to stop.

  • Volunteers are love in motion

    Volunteering is the sense of carrying out tasks or providing services for individuals or community organizations without being paid to promote good or improve human quality of life. There is absolutely no way that the 4-H program can be successful without the help of volunteers.

  • Farmer input sought for EQIP

    The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service administers the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, a federal program that provides technical and financial assistance to land users to address natural resource concerns. NRCS is asking for local input for the fiscal year 2013 program.

  • Thanksgiving meal puts the spotlight on turkey talk

    What would Thanksgiving be without the turkey? Traditionally, many of us plan our entire holiday dinner around turkey. That’s a lot of pressure on one bird.

    It is now only one day before Thanks-giving so frozen turkeys should probably be thawing. If you purchased a fresh turkey, it should be kept in the refrigerator until ready to roast.  

    The big thaw

  • Local residents perform in classic holiday play

    Port William Productions is bringing community theater back to Carrollton.

    Actually comprised of members of the Port William Historical Society, PWP is producing the time-honored classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” with three performances – 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, and a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday, Dec. 2.

    The project is a labor of love for historical society member Deborah Garrett, who participated in numerous community theater productions in Carrollton and in Vevay and Madison, Ind.

  • Two arrested with burglary charges, police still looking for third person

    Two people have been arrested for allegedly burglarizing a Carrollton residence on two separate occasions in October and November. A third is still sought for the crimes.

    Zachary Sloan, 18, 2468 Hwy. 42W, Carrollton was charged with burglary first degree and burglary first degree complicity on Nov. 3. Arin Williams, 620 Boone Road, Carrollton, was charged with two counts of burglary first degree on Nov. 14 after he was found hiding in a closet at 613 Fifth Street, Carrollton.

  • Scores show schools ‘need improvement’

    The results are in from the first round of the state’s Unbridled Learning Accountability Model – the successor to the state’s Kentucky Core Content Test and CATS assessment models.

    Pam Williams, instructional supervisor for Carroll County Schools, on Thursday explained to the Board of Education that the new Common Core Assessment Standards have been adopted in 48 states, but Kentucky was the first state to implement it in statewide testing.

    “All eyes are on Kentucky,” Superintendent Lisa James said.

  • 19,507 non-perishable food items donated to food pantry, breaks previous record