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Today's Opinions

  • In 2013, I plan to ...

    Guillermo Aguazul

    “To have a 4.0 grade point average my entire
    freshman year.”

     

    Cody Boles

    “To graduate college and go to physical therapy school.”

     

    Shelby Crawford

    “To get into Morehead State and get my degree in childcare.”

     

    Lynn Eaglin

    “To not sweat the small stuff.”

     

    Anastasia England

    “To graduate and start cosmetology school in August.”

  • Resolution rescue: Top 10 fat loss myths

    Well it is that time of year again where a great number of us resolve to make a change with our bodies. Whether it be weight loss on the scale or to put on some new lean muscle, for either of those to be enhanced, body fat loss is the key to better physical appearance and enhanced internal functions. Are we up for the challenge? Let’s find out by knocking out 10 very common fat loss misconceptions that might be standing in your way of getting leaner and meeting that 2013 resolution.

  • Shootings offer points to consider

    Editor:

  • Bank earns thanks 
for its holiday spirit

    Editor:

    The staff and clients of the Carrollton Adult Day Training at NorthKey would like to thank Rita Power and her staff at River Valley Financial Bank for their generosity toward the ADT at Christmas. On Thursday, Dec. 20, the clients were treated to a pizza party and if that were not enough, the bank also provided a gift bag to each of the clients containing clothes, socks and candy.

    The ADT clients were very surprised and so appreciative that they were given such an unexpected gift. This is truly community service at its finest.

  • Shootings offer points to consider

    Editor:

  • Bank earns thanks 
for its holiday spirit

    Editor:

    The staff and clients of the Carrollton Adult Day Training at NorthKey would like to thank Rita Power and her staff at River Valley Financial Bank for their generosity toward the ADT at Christmas. On Thursday, Dec. 20, the clients were treated to a pizza party and if that were not enough, the bank also provided a gift bag to each of the clients containing clothes, socks and candy.

    The ADT clients were very surprised and so appreciative that they were given such an unexpected gift. This is truly community service at its finest.

  • Research finds familiar names from the past

    In my searches through Carrollton’s history, I have come across the names of many families who can no longer be readily found in the phone book. Whether from death, disease, opportunity in other parts of the country, or simply being left without a male heir to pass on their family name, their memory is still visible throughout many parts of the community on street signs, parks, public buildings, and old houses. Through pure happenstance, one such family, the Howes, would become a major focal point of my research and ties to Carrollton. 

  • Rotary says thanks to Herb Kinman

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Rotary Club would like to thank Herb Kinman and the folks at Herb Kinman Chevrolet for allowing us to be a part of their grand reopening on Dec. 8.  Through their help, we are able to donate a gift of $500 to the Carroll County Food Pantry to help those who are less fortunate.