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Letters

  • 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.

  • 18,584 items collected in food drive

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  • Set out donations Saturday for Scouting For Food drive

    Editor:

    Saturday, Nov 21, is the “big day” for 2015 Scouting For Food drive. Dozens of volunteers will be hitting the same routes as they did the previous Saturday when they put out reminder fliers – this time picking up food that folks have graciously donated. We expect to be out by 9 a.m., so please be sure to have your donations out by then, positioned in a highly visible location so that our young volunteers can clearly see them.

  • Veteran disappointed in local restaurants

    Editor:

    To all the individuals and businesses in Carroll County who did anything at all to honor a veteran on this Veteran’s Day, I would like to say thank you.

  • Thanks to sheriff’s offices, sponsors of clay shoot

    Editor:

    We send our heartfelt thanks to Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman, Owen County Sheriff Mark Bess, Gallatin County Sheriff Josh Neale, and the Carroll, Owen and Gallatin county sheriff’s offices for hosting the first ever Owen, Carroll, Gallatin County Sheriffs’ Charity Sporting Clay Shoot to benefit the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch on Saturday, Sept. 12. Their support of this event ensures we continue to reach Kentucky’s youth in a positive manner.

  • Volunteers needed for Scouting for Food

    Editor:

    It’s time for the 2015 Scouting for Food campaign to get underway.  Local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and a host of others representing various groups will be hitting the streets this Saturday, Nov. 14, to distribute approximately 1,800 fliers to the homes in Carrollton – in anticipation of food collection the following Saturday, Nov. 21.

    We will be meeting at 9 a.m. at the new Food Pantry location, 517 Seventh Street (at the corner of Seventh and Polk streets, commonly referred to as “old Kentucky Ladder building”).

  • Resident thanks Public Works for efforts

    Editor:
    When taking walks on these beautiful autumn days, one appreciates the efforts of the Carrollton Public Works Department to make life here in our city so good. The river walk is meticulously maintained even after the floods earlier this year. The public areas in the flood plain are always kept mowed and trimmed. The RV park is now the “go to” place for people from all over the country as evidenced by the variety of license plates seen there. It is preferred over other parks for its amenities and praised for the landscaping