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Today's News

  • Special Olympians
  • Hogan headed to state

    Sophomore Quincy Hogan medaled in the Eighth Region class A girls golf tournament qualifying for the All A state tournament in Richmond September 12.

    Hogan finished as the number two qualifier for the state tournament and is a serious golfer with aspirations of  being a college scholarship player and beyond. Hogan had to overcome a less than stellar outing to put herself in the running for a state title.

  • Technology focus enhances learning experiences

    It’s never too early to begin learning about technology as first grade students at Kathryn Winn demonstrated recently.

    Amy Roos, a first grade teacher at Winn is just one of many teachers using a program named photo story to teach technology and other topics such as sentence structure, syllables, capitalization, punctuation and picking out and writing the details of a story.

  • Panthers remain purr-fect after pawing Ludlow 36-21

    With a full moon as a backdrop the Carroll County Panthers would not be denied on their first home game of the season dominating the entire game with a packed house watching.

    The Ludlow Panthers who have defeated Carroll County for the last seven years had no answer for the Panthers as they came out strong, scored first, often and last with a final of 36-21.

  • Christian Academy volleyball
  • Tomlinson expresses need for roads before legislators

    Concerns about the impact of closing the Madison-Milton bridge were among those raised by Carroll County Judge Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomilinson at a hearing held by the General Assembly’s Interim Joint Committee on Transportation in Buckner last week.

  • Improvements in park operation sought

    Local residents can expect upcoming changes and improvements in the operation of Carroll County’s Robert Westrick Memorial Park.

    Carroll County Fiscal Court discussed a number of constituent complaints about the 35-acre recreational facility during its Aug. 25 meeting.  One of the most frequent has been miscommunication, or the total lack of communication between staff, coaches and participants, according to Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson.

  • Drug dropoff program will take to road

    Carroll County will have a 21st Century traveling medicine show of sorts when Champions for a Drug Free Carroll County and law enforcement team up to help dispose of unused or out-of-date medications.

    On Saturday, Sept. 19, Champions will be sponsoring a “Dump Your Meds,” day when Sanders, Ghent, Worthville and English will each be visited by a traveling drop box where residents can get rid of medications, no questions asked.

  • A Super Saturday at Butler Park
  • Carroll Community Calendar

    Friday, Sept. 4

    Caby M. Froman Club meets at noon at Butler Park lodge.

    Carroll County Community Development Corporation meets at noon at Butler Park lodge.

    AA Big Book study group meets every Friday at 2 p.m. at Carrollton Christian Church.

    Carrollton Main Street Program holds First Friday on the Courthouse Square from 4-8 p.m. The event features the RiverView Farmers Market with local talent providing entertainment. Free.

    Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. every Friday at the Warsaw First Christian Church, 207 W. High St., Warsaw.