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  • In 2010, no woman should die of cervical cancer

    I am passionate about preventing cervical cancer. I firmly believe no woman should die from this disease, particularly in the United States. If I have to, if it helps save even one life, I’ll tell the following story over and over again. Parts of what I’m about to say are mildly graphic; but, if we don’t talk about the

  • No All-A win for Trimble

    The Trimble County High School Lady Raiders varsity team gathered momentum near the end of the All-A Classic playoff game Wednesday, Jan. 13, against the Owen County Lady Rebels at Gallatin County High School. But it was too little, too late, as the Raiders couldn’t get the baskets they needed to best Owen’s lead from the start of the game. Above, Sara Kate Long, No. 43

  • WHAT'S HAPPENING IN TRIMBLE COUNTY THIS WEEK

    Wednesday, Jan. 20 Trimble CARES Coalition meets at noon at the Trimble County Family Resource and Youth Services Center. located in the back of Trimble County High School. Lunch is provided; please register by calling Marla or Denise at (502) 255-5110, Ext. 1044. The Trimble County Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. today in the library at the new Milton Elementary School. A rec

  • Overcoming adversity
  • Walton-Verona wins Class A warmup bout

    Head Coach Carroll Yager and the Panthers are looking to learn all they can from last Wednesday night’s game against Walton-Verona before putting any lingering memories behind them as the two teams do battle again in the Class A tournament. The Panthers fell 76-57, despite a 23-point performance by senior Will Yager. Walton-Verona sen

  • Sheriff remains in hospital a week after accident

    Carroll County Sheriff Ben Smith remains hospitalized in stable condition at University Hospital in Louisville while recovering from injuries suffered in a traffic accident which occurred on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

  • Handling of health bill questioned

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  • Deadline to run for office quickly approaching

    Fifteen have filed paperwork in preparation for the May 18 primary as all Carroll County officials are up for election in 2010.

  • Lady Panthers get road win

    The Lady Panthers battled to steal a tough road-victory Monday night against Cooper High School. The 53-46 win improved their overall record to 9-9 on the season. Sophomore Hannah Devine and senior Sarah Osborne both had solid overall games. Devine finished with 19 points, five steals and eight rebounds, and Osborne scored eight points, along with four steals, four assists and th

  • Cancer resources soon available at CCMH

    Individuals and families who have been affected by cancer will soon have a valuable, new resource available to them at Carroll County Memorial Hospital.

    The American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center will offer information about programs and services offered through ACS and will be giving away items such as wigs, scarves, turbans and prosthetics to patients and their families. The grand opening is tentatively scheduled for Feb. 3.