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Today's News

  • Hearn search must go on, mother says

    The mother of a Worthville man who went missing during a tragic duck hunting trip last month has issued a plea for assistance in finding the remains of her son.

    Justin Hearn was among three Carroll County men who were duck hunting from a boat on the Ohio River on Monday, Dec. 13.

  • Rotary sponsoring speech contest

    The Carrollton Rotary Club is sponsoring a speech contest with cash prizes for local high schoolers. The topic is “Building Communities - Bridging Continents” and is open to high school students in public, private or home taught.

    Packets are available at http://www.rotarydistrict6710.org/view/231. Those interested should notify the club by Feb. 15 of their intention to compete. Call or email Kathy Rarey, kprarey@yahoo.com, 502 525 7256.

  • Srouder to study diesel tech at University of NW Ohio

    Christopher Srouder, son of Everett Srouder and Gina and Ricky Brown of Ghent, Ky. has been accepted to the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima, Ohio.
    He is to begin classes in the June session where he will be majoring in the Diesel Technical program.
    Christopher currently attends Carroll County High School.

  • Local practice welcomes new physician

    The Carroll County Family Practice and Rural Health Clinic has welcomed a new physician to the Carroll County community. Dr. Kathy Short, M.D., recently moved here from Cardington, Ohio, having worked at a rural health care center in Mansfield, Ohio.

    “It’s like going home,” Short said of her arrival in Carrollton. “I like rural health care. I’m not a city girl. When I walked in the door it fit. The people here are very nice and friendly. It’s just like being home.”

  • Extension program set for managing health, weight

    Did you make a New Year’s resolution to lose some weight? Maybe you did, or maybe not. Think about it, would you still like to have fun with friends as you work on losing that extra unhealthy weight in ways you can keep it off?

  • Keeping records, education opportunities

    The next Cooking with Shawn class will be Thursday, January 20, at 6 p.m. at the Carroll County Extension Office. I’m not sure what the topic will be but it will be good. This will be the last class for a while as Shawn will be having surgery on his elbow (see what extreme whisking will do to you). Classes will begin again when the doctor says he can safely whisk again. I am just giving Shawn a hard time but give him high kudos for his cookbook. Ruth Ann has read it cover to cover and I can’t wait to try some of the recipes.

  • Reynolds’ welcome baby daughter

    Brittany and Steve Reynolds of Carrollton would like to announce the birth of their daughter, Evangeline Elisabeth Reynolds. She was born Dec. 17, 2010, at King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison, Ind. and weighed 8 pounds 1.9 ounces. She was 21 inches long.


    Her six year old big sister, Haven Rebecca, and four year old big brother Harley Scott helped welcome her home.


    Maternal grandparents are Mike and Debbie Supplee of Carrollton.


    Paternal grandmother is Rebecca Reynolds of Worthville.

  • Renovated and Ready

    Ongoing construction at Richard B. Cartmell Elementary School has entered the final of three stages, according to Carroll County School Superintendent Lisa James.

    James told the members of the Carroll County Board of Education during their Jan. 6 meeting that fourth graders moved into their newly-completed wing following the Christmas holiday break.

  • Butcher, Warnott to wed Jan. 22

    Thomas Butcher and Karen Brooks announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Tara Beth Butcher to Paul Michael Warnott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Warnott.


    The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Carroll County High School. She is a 2009 graduate of Lexington Community College, Department of Nursing. She is currently employed at UK Hospital in Lexington, Ky.


    The Groom-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Henry Clay High School and is employed at UK Hospital in Lexington.

  • Cable, Brown to wed Jan. 22

    Clay and Lisa Cable of Carrollton, would like to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Jacklyn Kay Cable to Brandon Keith Brown, son of Grover and Linda Crawford of Sanders, Ky. and Bryan and Debra Brown of Radcliff, Ky.


    Jacklyn is a 2003 graduate of Carroll County High School and a 2010 graduate of Northern Kentucky University. She is currently employed with Mark Smith State Farm in Carrollton.