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Today's Opinions

  • Family searches for Good Samaritan

    Editor:

    My family had a head on collision on Hwy. 36 in Carroll Co. on Feb. 26, 2014. The wreck was caused by an impaired driver. My daughter was stat flighted from the scene and me and my husband were flown from Carroll County Hospital. There was a lady that stopped to help my family. She drove an SUV, I believe it was black. Not sure what the make of it was. We are pretty sure her name was Mary. And I am pretty sure she was from Indiana.

  • CFD exceeds Crusade for Children goal

    Editor:

  • Team Robbins thanks contributors, volunteers

    Editor:

    I would like to say congratulations to the Carroll Co. Relay for Life for another successful year.

  • First Friday kicks off summer full of events in downtown

    The weather has changed and I’m excited about all of the outdoor activities that are coming up in downtown Carrollton.

    Carrollton Main Street Program’s First Fridays at the Courthouse Square returns from 4-8 p.m., Friday, June 6, with live music from the Downtown County Band, a favorite of crowds from years past.

  • Family Fitness Nights will return in September

    Thanks to generous community donations and a successful five-week pilot, the Family Fitness Night program will begin September 2014 in the Carroll County School District.

    “I want these events to be a fun way for families to exercise together,” said Carrie Smith, health services coordinator for the district. “Having a routine of exercising year-round is beneficial for everyone in a family, not just the kids. Our Family Fitness Nights are a great way for the whole family unit to spend time together and to get fit.”

  • Cyber crimes increase in state, nation

    If identity theft still seems like a relatively rare crime when compared to other types of stealing, the truth is that it plays a much bigger role than one might think.

    According to a report last December by the federal Bureau of Justice Statistics, it was responsible for nearly $25 billion in financial losses nationwide in 2012, which was $10 billion more than all other property crimes combined.

  • Relay thanks those involved with event

    Editor:

    I would like to take this opportunity to say “thank you” to everyone who was involved in the 2014 Carroll County Relay for Life. 

  • Class of ‘59 to hold June 14 reunion

    Editor:

    The 1959 Carroll County High School graduating class is celebrating its 55th anniversary at 4 p.m., Saturday, June 14, in the Burly Room, at General Butler Lodge in Carrollton. All classmates previous or post 1959 are also invited to attend. 

    Gypsy Oak

    Carrollton