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Today's News

  • Carroll County Public Library | July 7, 2016

    Families on the Move Walking Club continues, meet every Saturday at 10 a.m. at the library and walk to the river walk. Count your steps all month long to be eligible for prizes. Sponsored in cooperation with Carroll County Extension Service through a grant from Families on the Move and the University of Kentucky. “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!, a summer reading program at the library and throughout the community.

    Reading and math logs must be turned in by 8 p.m. July 26. For more information call (502) 732-7020.

    NEW EVENTS/PROGRAMMING

  • Rose graduates from sergeant’s course

    Law enforcement officers from 17 agencies across the commonwealth were recognized July 1, for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Academy of Police Supervision. APS, also called the sergeant’s academy, is a three-week, 122-hour training program targeted for newly promoted sergeants or officers who are on their agency’s promotion list to become sergeants.

    Carrollton Police Department’s Daniel T. Rose was a member of APS Class 65.

  • Blue mold found in N.C., farmers need to scout fields

    Blue mold of tobacco was found last week in Caswell County, located in central North Carolina. This is further north than its previous known locations in Florida and Georgia. Even though that is a long way from Carroll County, it is important to be aware of potential disease pressure.

  • Eastern Kentucky University Dean's List | July 7, 2016

    Eastern Kentucky University named sophomore Allison Glenn Fornash, majoring in psychology, and senior Anthony Russel Whitaker, majoring in occupational safety, to the 2016 President’s Award List.

    Senior Steven Nicholas Abbott, majoring in police studies, Fornash and Whitaker were named to the Dean’s Award list.

    Abbott, Fornash, freshman Amanda Danielle Lambert, majoring in pre-ASL and Eng. interpretation, Whitaker and junior Jacob Allen Wise, majoring in occupational safety, were listed on the 2016 Deans List.

  • Steam canners: Safe to use?

    Until recently, the USDA and Cooperative Extension have recommended only two types of canners for use in home canning — a boiling water canner for high acid foods, or a pressure canner for low acid foods. The use of steam canners was not recommended, due to a lack of research on their safety.

  • Carrollton campus students recognized

    Mark Hartless, a Jefferson Community and Technical College graduate, was recognized at JCTC’s annual awards ceremony held on Wednesday, April 21 at the Downtown Louisville Campus. Hartless was recognized as a President’s Scholar for his 4.0 during his time at JCTC, KCTCS All-Academic Team, Outstanding Carrollton Campus student, and Outstanding Engineering student.

  • All-weather workers

    Carrollton Public Works and Carroll County Road Department work year-round for the citizens of Carrollton and Carroll County.

  • Readers on vacation | Brown, Hunter
  • Col. McManis retires from N.C. Air National Guard

    Col. Brent McManis recently retired after 30 years of service with the US Air Force and the Air National Guard. Col McManis’ recent assignment was as Commander of the 145th Combat Operations Group (COG) of the North Carolina Air National Guard. The 145th COG, based in New London, NC, consists of four squadrons that provide Expeditionary Communications, Air Traffic Control, Weather Forecasting, and Tactical Air Control for Army ground commanders.

  • First Friday | July 1, 2016

    Carrollton Main Street Program’s First Friday event July 1, drew a crowd on the courthouse lawn. The event featured Just Us (below), as well as the RiverView Farmers Market, the Carrollton’s Hottest Dog contest and local author Bill Chapman, as well as games and giveaways. The next First Friday will be held Aug. 5.