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Today's Opinions

  • Community’s support boosts River Sweep

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Main Street Program wishes to thank the volunteers and its sponsors for making the 2009 Carroll County River Sweep a success. The event drew more than 200 people to cleanup the banks of the Ohio River.

  • Bank’s Relay fundraiser proves to be a success

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Branch of River Valley Financial Bank would like to say thank you to Cee Cee Downey and her Fun Zone Inflatables for making our first Relay for Life Carnival a big success.

    The children enjoyed the time, the weather cooperated and our community came forth.

    We would also like to thank all the businesses and individuals that helped make this event a success. There are too many to mention each one but you know who you are and may God Bless You.

    Rita Power, Rita Crawford, Jennifer Hewitt

    and Kathy Watts

  • A ‘Big Thank You’ to all for Relay’s success

    Editor:

    The 2009 Trimble County Relay for Life is complete and was a huge success.  

    A big part of this success is the participation of the Trimble County community and the involvement of organizations and individuals who gave of their time and money to support a worthy cause.  

    A large part of this success belongs to the Relay team captains and the team participants, who spent hours raising money and setting up campsites to call awareness to this disease that touches everyone.  

  • Franklin says thanks for support at fair

    Editor:

    Recently, I was crowned your 2009 Miss Carroll County Fair and I cannot express my gratitude enough towards the local support that I have received. I would like to thank all of the individuals that have sent warm wishes my way. I would also like to thank pageant director Jill Sachleban and the entire fair board for their hard work and dedication every night of the fair and the events leading up to it. Thank you to all the local sponsors for making our fair a success. This year was great!

  • Soccer program should receive funds

    Editor:

    I have a son who will be going into the fifth grade  at Cartmell Elementary next year. He currently enjoys playing for the school basketball, and for parks and rec. soccer and he also ran for the middle school track team. Although he has also played baseball in the past and enjoyed that as well. He has always been an excellent student. This was the first year for grades and he made honor roll all year. I am a very supportive parent who believes school and education comes first and sports later. My son has always been able to handle both.

  • You won’t believe what sunspots can do to a planet ...

    My plans for the future, it seems, are all for naught.

    I received in the mail a letter that says, basically, that the world will end in 2012. Of course, there is no return address or signature to identify the writer/sender. All I know is it was mailed from Louisville 40231.

    But shoot. I had a lot of big plans for 2012.

  • Fire department appreciates support

    Editor:

    The Worthville Volunteer Fire Department would like to express our thanks to everyone who helped make this years Turkey Dinner on May 16 a great success.

    We had a wonderfully enjoyable time and we hope that all those that joined us can say the same. More than 500 members of our community came out to show their support and enjoy the day with our volunteers and their families.

    Also, a very special thank you to our local businesses for their support and donations. Without which it would have been very difficult to accomplish.

  • River Sweep cleanup helps beautify a key community resource

    While the Ohio River is such an important part of life in Carroll County, we often take it for granted.

    The river is the reason we have many of the industries in our community that provide jobs for local residents and for those throughout the region. It is also one of the reasons that the county attracts so many tourists to the area each year.

    On Saturday morning, the Ohio River will be the focus of a large group of volunteers who will hit the riverbanks to rid it of debris and garbage that collects through the year as the river levels rise and decline.