• Stranger helps with money for gas in a time of need


    Tuesday morning at approximately 7 a.m. I  awoke to a  phone call from the State Police, asking me to pick up my sister’s children. My sister’s house had flooded, and her car was floating down the road.

  • Judge needs to get all the facts first


    Last week’s News-Democrat quoted “Special” Judge Karen A. Thomas. After reading the article I understand why she is “Special.” She doesn’t need all the facts or evidence to convict someone!

    Just like the wild west: You get your fair trial and then we hang you!

  • River Sweep supporters earn word of thanks


    The Carrollton Main Street Program and its River Sweep Committee held another successful cleanup Saturday along the banks of the Ohio and Kentucky rivers.

    We want to thank our major sponsors for making this event possible. North American Stainless and Dow Corning provide the funding to help us clean up our community each year, present awards for volunteers and poster winners and have a picnic lunch.

  • Idol thanks its supporters


  • Gohs moves to serve in Maryland


    Thank you, dearest friends!

    Since returning to the Provincial House of my Sisters of Divine Providence on June 1, I have been getting some rest and relaxation before moving to new ministry in the state of Maryland. My heart is still focused on your familiar faces as I pen a farewell to all of you in Carroll County who have been such a gift for 14 years.

  • Efficient and inexpensive, but not compassionate
  • Class of 1959 hosts reunion June 12


    The Carrollton High School class of 1959 is holding their annual reunion at General Butler State Park Lodge on Friday, June 12, at 4:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. All classmates are encouraged to attend. Reservations are not necessary. We welcome all friends of the class as well. Bring mementos that you wish to share.

    Gypsy Oak



  • Special Olympics competes at spring track event May 9


    Carroll County Special Olympics competed in the 2015 Area Four Spring Track Event on Saturday, May 9, at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Ky.

  • North Key holds its annual yard sale


    Spring has finally arrived, so it must be time for our annual yard sale. We have a few changes this year. We will be located in front of Gene and Sons, Inc. at 504 Fourth Street. Due to limited parking and dust from the construction at the Carroll County Middle School we moved down the street. Thank you Gene and Bonnie Vannarsdall.

    This year we are having a fundraiser selling Honey Apple Salsa, made by Katelyn’s Honey. We are selling it for $5 per jar. The money raised from this will along with our yard sale, fund trips for our guys this summer.

  • Tractor club thanks its sponsors, city of Carrollton


    On behalf of the Pioneer Power Antique Tractor Club, I would like to give a special thank you to our main sponsor Mark Smith State Farm Insurance, and the support from the numerous sponsors that helped make our show successful. Thank you to the City of Carrollton for the use of Point Park and the Public Works Department for preparation of the park for our 13th annual show.


    Thank you,

    Danny Perkins