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  • TRDHD outlines its goals for 2019

    Reducing tobacco use, teen pregnancy and the rate of preventable hospital stays top Carroll County’s preliminary health goals, as determined by the Three Rivers District Health Department, with assistance from the Carroll County Health and Safety Partnership.

  • Bevin, Conway win Carroll County


    The News-Democrat and The Courier-Journal

    Republican Matt Bevin and Democrat Jack Conway carried unofficial vote tallies in Carroll County as they sought their party nominations for governor in Tuesday’s statewide primary election.

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  • Carroll named a Work Ready In Progress area

    Carroll County joins Boyd, Greenup, Knott and Lawrence counties as Kentucky Work Ready Communities in Progress status, and Hopkins County was certified as a Kentucky Work Ready Community in an announcement from Gov. Steve Beshear’s office.

    The Kentucky Work Ready Communities certification program from the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board and the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet assures employers that a local workforce has the talent and skills necessary to staff existing jobs and to master the innovative technologies new jobs will require.

  • Christian Academy of Carrollton graduations

    Christian Academy of Carrollton held its K-4 and K-5 graduation ceremonies on May 7 and High School and Eighth Grade graduations on May 11.


  • Making melodies

    The Carroll County High School Choir held its spring concert May 7, in the high school gym. Members of the choir are Amanda Lambert, Tanya Danner, Jordyn Hunt, Ethan Jones, Rhiannon Jones, Sara Noonan, Mallory Perry, Chris Ballis, Cassie Hall, Tayttum Horine, Logan Martin and Shawna Pattee.

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  • Seven things to know about Ky. governor primary


    The Kentucky Enquirer

    The old saying in Kentucky is that no one really focuses on the state’s primary elections until after the Kentucky Derby.

    Well, just two days after American Pharoah strode into the winner’s circle and was draped with the roses, the garish allegations that one of the Republican candidates had abused his ex-girlfriend in college and helped her get an abortion certainly woke everyone up.

  • Road win |May 14, 2015

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers defeated Walton-Verona on the road May 4, winning 9-7 in nine innings.

  • Panthers pick up district victory over Henry County

    Carroll’s Zakk Hicks and Logan McIntyre blasted home runs over the left field fence in the Panthers’ 9-6 win over Henry County May 5. It was Hicks’ fifth of the season and the first career varsity homer for McIntyre.

    The Wildcats (15-9) jumped out to a first-inning lead, as an error on a fly ball to left and an RBI single to left by Bodie Clark scored two runs. However, the Panthers regained the lead in the bottom of the second and did not look back the rest of the way.