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Today's Opinions

  • Team completes good season, extends thanks

    Editor: The Panthers 12 and under baseball team recently wrapped up their season. They were champions of two tournaments, The Columbus Invitational and The Greensburg Spring Swing. They were also runner up in the Lyndon Lightning Invitational. During the Cal Ripken tournament in Myrtle Beach they competed against 19 very good teams located t

  • Library reading program was a success

    Editor: The Carroll County Public Library made a splash this summer with our annual summer reading program.  This program would not be possible without the generous donations received from Ohio Valley United  Charities.  We would also like to thank the following businesses for donating coupons, gift certificates and other pri

  • Correction noted on name’s spelling

    Edtor: I would like to make a correction and apologize for my misspelling of Staff Sgt. Christopher Stout’s name in the Letter to the Editor. I incorrectly referred to him as Staff Sgt. Scott. I hope this in no way misinterpreted my expressing to people my sincere honor I had of being there for the memorial. Sandy Beall Ghent &nbs

  • County should be proud of ceremony for Stout

    Editor: I had the honor of being at Staff Sgt. Christopher Scott’s memorial service on Friday, July 30, at General Butler State Resort Park. The ceremony was a wonderful tribute to this man and the sacrifices he made for his family and country. The speakers were very sincere about the life of Sgt. Scott, both personal and military-wi

  • Chaining dogs should be banned

    Editor: I would like to see a ban on having dogs chained. In Carrollton and Carroll County there is no law or ordinance that protects dogs from being chained up 24/7. Chaining is the cruelest punishment for social animals such as dogs that need exercise, affection and companionship. Many communities are beginning to pass laws banning dog cha

  • Thanks extended for support at bake sale for Chris Stout

    Editor: I would like to thank everyone who came to the bake sale for Sgt. Chris Stout, and also thank you Worthville Fire Department for letting us hold the sale at the firehouse. Marty Gividen Assistant Chief Worthville Volunteer Fire Deparment  

  • Congregation thanks Kinman for his support

    Editor: Herb Kinman steps up and saves the day once again.  The congregation of the Worthville Christian Church would like to thank him for all that he does for the community never asking for anything in return.            Pamela Jo Yeary Chairperson Worthville Christian Church  

  • Utility’s rate increases cause concern

    Editor: Shelby Energy Cooperative has filed a request to increase rates as much as 15 percent on top of an additional 6 percent rate increase from East Kentucky Power, Shelby Energy’s power supplier. I believe Shelby Energy has created a veil of secrecy about our cooperative’s operation and management that causes the member-customer to pay more money for less service.