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Today's Opinions

  • For many, ‘just leave’ is not so easy a solution

    The Kentucky Standard

    Any conversation about domestic violence is an important one. That’s why it’s important to ramp up the conversation during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

  • Benefit Nov. 5, for CCMS student

    Editor:

    My name is Lee Jones, and my family and I have resided in Carroll County for nearly seven years now. My wife (Samantha Jones) and I have three amazing daughters that attend school here in Carrollton. Rhiannon (17), a senior at CCHS, top 10 in her class and will be attending the University of Kentucky in the fall of this year, Emma (12) sixth grade at CCMS and Penny (11) fifth grade at Cartmell Elementary.

  • Carrollton Manor says thanks for donations

    Editor:

    The residents and staff of Carrollton Manor would like to thank everyone in the community that contributed to the clothing drive/adoption at our facility and to others who have donated clothing, food, knick-knacks and their time. A special thank you to Rev. Tim Polley for organizing the clothing drive/adoption and a very special thank you to Reva McManis, without her taking the first step to make people aware of our residents and their situation none of this could have been possible.

    Thank you again to everyone.

    Melissa Tucker

  • Trail ride for Kinman scholarship a success

    Editor:

    The third annual Sheriff Jamie Kinman Scholarship Trail Ride, which took place on Saturday, Oct. 15, was a huge success! The proceeds of the trail ride will benefit local students who plan to attend college, in the form of an academic scholarship. We had around 90 riders this year and raised enough money to give $3,500 in scholarships. I look forward to rewarding students within our community with this money in hopes of allowing them financial relief while striving to follow their dreams.

  • Strength training provides older adults numerous number of benefits

    The power of strength training for older adults

    As people age, they can lose a great deal of strength and muscle mass. This can affect their day to day functioning. Older adults who are losing muscle and are inactive have an increased risk of disability, falls and diseases, such as diabetes.

    What are some benefits of strength training? Strength training has many health and fitness benefits, including the following:

    •Improvements of strength

    •An increase in bone density

    •An increase in muscle mass

  • Carroll Countians should exercise their right to vote

    Editor:

    Hundreds of thousands of young Americans are serving our military to preserve our way of life, and yet fewer and fewer of our citizens are participating in our democracy.

  • Thanks to those who donated clothing

    Editor:

    We would like to thank all those that contributed to our recent Carrollton Manor Clothing Drive. Because of your contributions, 32 individuals are wearing new clothing. Well done and thank you.

    Rev. Tim Polley

    Carrollton Christian Church

  • Rand outlines domestic violence statistics in Ky.

     Each September, domestic violence-prevention programs across the country take part in a one-day census to illustrate what they and the victims they serve face at any given moment.

    The numbers are sobering.  In 2015, the most recent year available, 40,000 people nationwide sought shelter during that 24-hour period and another 31,500 received non-residential assistance in such areas as the courts, childcare and transportation.