Today's News

  • Carroll County Celebrates its Vets
  • Donation | Oct. 6, 2016
  • Soccer Champs | Oct. 6, 2016
  • Lady Panthers tie Paris in senior night matchup

    Carroll County girls’ soccer team did not get off to a good start on senior night Monday, Oct. 3, as they allowed visiting Paris to double it’s season’s goal total in the first 10 minutes of the match. But luckily, the Lady Panthers were able to match them, as the game ended in a 2-2 tie.

    Paris High School had only scored two goals all season heading into the match, and they scored just two minutes and 39 seconds into the match. They would add a second goal with 31 minutes left in the half.

  • Volleyball picks up district win over HC

    Carroll County’s Lady Panther volleyball team picked up a much needed district win when they defeated Henry County 3-1 (25-10, 14-25, 26-24 and 27-25) Sept. 27.

    Carroll has split matches with Eminence and Henry County, but has lost both matches to Gallatin and Owen counties. The Lady Panthers will be either the four or five seed in the district tournament when it begins Oct. 17.

  • Panthers soccer claims top spot in districts with win

    Carroll County clinched the top seed in the 31st District Tournament with a 3-1 victory over Gallatin County Sept. 29. The two teams split contests this season, with Gallatin defeating Carroll 2-1 on a shootout Sept. 20, but because Carroll won by two goals, they were awarded the tiebreaker.

  • Hospital celebrates opening of new MRI space

    Carroll County Memorial Hospital celebrated the opening of its new MRI facility with a ribbon cutting Thursday, Sept. 29. Representatives from NuMED Diagnostic Imaging, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and local government officials also were on hand.

    The hospital broke ground on the 850 square foot expansion in April. Previously, the MRI was housed in a mobile vehicle at the rear of the hospital, meaning patients and staff had to go outside to use it.

  • Willhoite assigned community mental health project

    A special district judge ruled Monday, Oct. 3, that Carrollton Police Officer Ron Dickow’s actions regarding Adam Horine’s transportation to Florida rather than to Eastern State Hospital were not contemptuous. However, she held her ruling on CPD Chief Mike Willhoite in suspension and ordered him to create a community collaborative addressing mental health issues in Carroll County.

  • Where Everybody Know Your Name | Steve Martin

    In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven, throwaway society, the number of true craftsmen, who take great pride in their work, is dwindling. Luckily for Carroll County, stonemason Steve Martin is one of the few and is still living in the area.

    Steve first learned to be a stonemason 31 years ago–a high school graduate learning a trade from his uncle. While he is currently a full-time employee with the city of Carrollton’s Public Works department, he still takes on projects in his spare time.

  • Back In My Day | Albert and Alma Beach

    A chance meeting in an ice cream parlor is still going strong as Albert and Alma Beach just celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary.

    Albert is the son of Dorothy and Homer Beach and born in 1929, in Boone County. He had four brothers and five sisters. He grew up on a small farm about two-and-half to three miles from Verona. He said it was a very typical farm, as they grew tobacco, some corn to feed the animals, had a few cows, raised hogs and chickens, and had a big garden.