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Today's News

  • ‘Sharing the Health’ at CCMH

    By SARAH BEACH

    The News-Democrat Intern

    Nearly twice as many people than was expected attended the first Hispanic Health Fair at Carroll County Memorial Hospital Saturday, July 28.

    While 96 people pre-registered for the event, a total of 132 stopped by throughout the morning. The health fair was intended for Hispanic and low-income families in the area.

  • Ghent city clerk resigns

    The Ghent City Commission voted during a special meeting Tuesday, July 24, to approve the appointment of Robbin Powell as temporary city clerk/treasurer.

    The position was vacated Friday, July 11, when former clerk Bulinda Willis submitted her written resignation to Mayor Bill Mumphrey.

    Powell was hired to fill in until a permanent clerk is hired. Applications for the position are being accepted through Monday, Aug. 6.

  • Ghent: Is rental to commissioners conflict of interest?

    City officials are working to clarify the living situation of Commissioners Kenny and Lisa Barr to determine if a conflict of interest exists.

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  • Rosenbaum wins age group at state’s Bluegrass Games

     Congratulations to Dustin Rosenbaum, member of the Carroll County 4-H Shooting Sports Club, for his great success at the 2012 Kentucky Blue Grass Games, held July 15th in Anderson County.

    In the Three Position Small Bore Rifle Match, Dustin scored 508 points out of a possible 600 points. Not only did he win his age group with this score, but he also was the overall match winner.

    In the Dewar’s Rifle Match, Dustin scored 375 points out of a possible 400 points, earning him the top spot in his age group, and second overall in the match.

  • Extension’s sewing camp proves successful

     Last week, Monday, July 16 through Friday, July 20 mornings, we held our first Youth Sewing Camp and taught 14 girls and one boy ages 8-12 years old the beginning steps in sewing. What a fun week. At 9 a.m. on Monday the children arrived bright and eagerly looking forward to the fun-filled week as they learned to sew.

  • Extension’s sewing camp proves successful

     Last week, Monday, July 16 through Friday, July 20 mornings, we held our first Youth Sewing Camp and taught 14 girls and one boy ages 8-12 years old the beginning steps in sewing. What a fun week. At 9 a.m. on Monday the children arrived bright and eagerly looking forward to the fun-filled week as they learned to sew.

  • Couple arrested in connection to thefts at seven businesses

    A couple suspected in thefts from seven businesses in recent months has been arrested and lodged in the Carroll County Detention Center.

    Nathan C. Seaward, 27, and Candida M. Blanton, 33, a homeless couple living in a van at the end of Lock Road, were arrested July 16 by Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy Clay Cable and Carrollton Police Sgt. Rick Jackson.

  • Yellow Jacket sign-ups

    The Carroll County Yellow Jackets will have sign-ups July 26, July 31 and Aug. 2 from 6-7 p.m. at the County Park, on Hwy. 36. Any child ages 5-11 as of July can play. For information call Scott Rose (502) 525-7885 or George Hicks (502) 525-5629.

  • Stucker, Whalen join KSP Post 5

    The Kentucky State Police Academy presented diplomas to 40 new troopers at ceremonies held July 6 in Frankfort. Their addition to the force brings the agency’s strength to a total of 948 troopers serving the citizens of the Commonwealth.

    Post 5 in Campbellsburg, which serves Carroll, Trimble Gallatin, Henry, Oldham, and Owen counties, added two new troopers: Patrick Stucker of Bardstown, Ky., and Matthew Whalen of LaGrange, Ky.