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Today's News

  • State targets Hwy. 625 in 2010-11 road plan

    The Trimble Banner Representatives fromthe Kentucky Transporta-tion Cabinet presented plans to Trimble County Fiscal Court for the 2010-11 Rural Secondary Roads funds in the county. The program is funded by 22.2 percent of the state’s motor-vehicle fuel tax and used for construction, reconstruction and maintenance of secondary and rural roads in all 120 counties. Funding i

  • First regatta queen was Carrollton’s Miss Kentucky

    Carroll County was well represented in this week’s Miss Madison Regatta pageant. The present Miss Carroll County, Christin Stoops, and her immediate predecessor, 2009 Miss Carroll County Hayley Franklin, are the latest in a long line of Carroll County representatives to compete for the regatta crown. The most recent winner from this county was Dee Ann Patton, Miss Madison Reg

  • CCHS volleyball camp July 12-14

    The Carroll County High School volleyball camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on July 12-14 at the CCHS gym. Incoming fourth graders and up are welcome to attend. The pre-registered cost is $50 for all three days. The at-the-door cost is $60 or $20 per day. Contact Head Coach Kristen Arbinger if you would like to attend: (419) 250-2486.

  • Main Street thanks all who helped with River Sweep

    Editor:       The Carrollton Main Street Program would like to thank all those who helped to make Carroll County’s Ohio River Sweep 2010 a success. In spite of stormy weather and the condition of the river, approximately 100 volunteers participated in this year’s event. Special thanks to the following for th

  • Three out-of-state juveniles arrested for multiple burglaries

    Three Mississippi juveniles were arrested Thursday June 24 after allegedly breaking into three homes and an abandoned trailer off Hwy. 36 East in Carroll County. The juveniles—a 15-year-old girl, a 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy—were charged with four counts of second-degree burglary and one count of receiving stolen pro

  • Planning underway for Park to Park Trails project

    Planning is underway in earnest for the Park to Park Trails project which organizers hope will connect 14 miles of recreational trails between Point Park, General Butler State Resort Park and the Robert Westrick Memorial Park. Twenty-four persons representing various interests on the local and state levels attended an organizational meeting a

  • CCMS football meeting

    Carroll Co. Middle School Football Team will start its 2010 season practice on Monday July 5, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. There will be a meeting first with the player and parents in the Sam P. Simpson Auditorium at The Carroll Co. Middle School. Carroll Co. Middle School Football Program is open to all sixth, seventh and eighth grade students who wish to play. Before a player can start prac

  • Former Miss Carroll County thanks her supporters

    Dear Editor, I would like to start my letter by telling you all a little story about how becoming Miss Carroll County has always been a dream of mine. In 1995 I was crowned Little Miss Carroll Co., and at 5 years old I told the emcee my adult dreams of becoming a doctor, teacher and a lawyer, at the time this goal seemed easy, because accord

  • Soccer camp to be held July 12-16

    Carroll County High School soccer will be holding a camp on July 12-16 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Robert Westrick Memorial Park on Ladder Lane. For U6 kids, the cost is $15 for the week with an hour of instruction each night. For U8-8th grade kids, the cost is $25 for the week. In order to receive a t-shirt, the student must be signed by July 1. However, the camp will be taking sign-

  • Changes made to school year by legislature

    The Carroll County Board of Education approved a calendar revision for the 2010-11 school year. The revision adds to days to the calendar year as directed by the recent special session of the General Assembly. The legislative body had originally cut two days from the calendar during the regular session in the spring. “The legislature h