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Letters

  • Rec center, better drug education needed

    Editor:

    Please help our children!

    A few years ago we tried to bring awareness to our community about the heroin epidemic and ways we could try to fight it. Though we took ideas to the city council, they said the police were working on it and they had Champions. At that time most thought Champions was for kids only. If an addict does still manage to have a job, they would hardly be able to make their meetings as they are in the middle of the day. And our sheriff had just said in a newscast he needed everyone’s help.

  • Corley thanks hospital for care received

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  • Be courteous and respectful in 2016

    Editor:

    New Year’s Resolution. Have you ever walked into a store [and] passed a person walking with a walker or in a wheelchair? Did you take the time to hold the door open, offer a smile or encouragement?

    A couple of weeks ago my husband and I were in Wal-Mart, when a young girl in a wheelchair was being pushed by her dad, passed me and said you should smile. Boy, was she right. We should count our blessings each day and smile.

  • Legion hosted chili cook off, toy run Nov. 7

    Editor:

    On Nov. 7, 2015, the American Legion Auxiliary 41, hosted a chili cook off and toy run for veterans and children’s Christmas. Throughout the months of November and December we received donations from members of the community. We could not have made this event possible without the support of our American Legion Post 41 and the commander Raymond Meadows, the community, and many individuals.

  • McAlister remembers Charlie Willhoite

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  • Kentucky Republican Party to host its first ever caucus on March 5

    Editor:

    The Commonwealth of Kentucky will be making history March 5, when the Republican Party has its first ever presidential caucus.  The caucus is the only way to vote for a Republican presidential candidate.  If you would like to participate in the caucus, but are not a registered Republican, you have until December 31 to change your party.  You can go to the Carroll County Clerks office on Highland Ave. and change your party during regular hours.

  • Food pantry of Carroll County thanks many

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  • Main Street Program thanks supporters

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Main Street Program would like to thank all those who helped make the 2015 A Christmas Carroll a success.

    Thank you to these financial supporters who make the event possible: the city of Carrollton, Carroll County Fiscal Court, North American Stainless, Kentucky Utilities, First National Bank of Carrollton, Tandy-Eckler-Riley Funeral Home, Crawford & Baxter, Farmer’s Bank of Milton, Kemper Construction, Mark Smith Insurance and Carrollton Federal Bank.

  • TCMS offers thanks to local volunteers

    Editor:

    I would like to extend a very appreciative thank you to the following people who recently helped me out with the College & Careers class at Trimble County Middle School.

    First I’d like to thank Barry Bickers, an EMT from Carrollton, for conducting a First Aid, CPR and AED class for all of my students who are interested in pursuing a medical career.

  • TCMS offers thanks to local volunteers

    Editor:

    I would like to extend a very appreciative thank you to the following people who recently helped me out with the College & Careers class at Trimble County Middle School.

    First I’d like to thank Barry Bickers, an EMT from Carrollton, for conducting a First Aid, CPR and AED class for all of my students who are interested in pursuing a medical career.