.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Opinions

  • Tuttle family offers thanks to community

    Editor:

    The outpouring love, kindness, and generosity of the Carroll County Community and surrounding counties has been phenomenal.   

    We consider ourselves to be very fortunate to live and work here. Our family has received visits, meals, calls, cards, emails, and messages too numerous to count.

    Even though we have lost Caroline, her memory lives on through the love we all had for her. Your prayers have given us strength as we search for peace while we travel down this road of grief.

    Thank you again,

  • Donate nonperishable food item to have library fines forgiven

    According to the nonprofit group Feeding America, 50.1 million Americans were living in “food insecure homes” last year. Of that number, 16 million were children.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines a food-insecure home as one in which there is reduced quality, variety or desirability of diet. This can ultimately affect or disrupt the number of meals available to a family. Unfortunately, these statistics may not be surprise many of us. Americans living in hunger is a very real problem.

  • Tragic events leave mark on East, county

    I had thought to write this week about the colorful folds of the Kentucky Hills as I cross the bridge from Madison Ind., to Milton. It’s appropriate that the library hangs quilts this time of year because they seem a celebration of the season.

    I was all prepared to tell of the saga of getting my car titled and getting a driver’s license in Indiana and the ordeal it became. Or I could tell a funny tale of my little seven-pound dog eating my expensive tri-focal no-line sunglasses.

  • Scouting for Food to collect items Saturday

    Editor:

    Reminder, this Saturday, Nov. 17, is the 2012 Scouting for Food event. Please have food items on your front porch or in clear sight by 9 a.m. 

    This past Saturday, we had 85 volunteers out to distribute more than 1,800 fliers. Thanks to all of you that came out to help.

  • Annual event raises funds to battle MS

    Editor:

    On behalf of all of us at Love for Lucas and Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, we would like to thank everyone for their most generous donations to our cause, to find a treatment and hopefully a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

  • Theater in Carrollton has a rich history that extends into 1800s

  • Poker run raises funds for Shop with a Cop

    Editor:

    We would like to thank all of the people and businesses that helped with donations of prizes, money and their time for the fifth Shop with a Cop motorcycle poker run

  • Training principles guide a successful training program for better health

    Highly effective training programs aren’t that much different from highly effective people. They both follow a similar set of standards that result in their being highly successful for users. Let’s look at seven principles of highly effective training programs, and principles that can benefit your training.

    Balanced.An ideal training program involves a nice mix of compound movements (squats, deadlifts, bench press) and isolation movements (flys, raises, extensions), at about a 50 percent clip for each.