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Opinion

  • Editor   Attention Carroll County Graduates of the following classes: 1969, 1970, 1971, & 1972, an invitation was sent to you earlier this year to invite you to a Multi Reunion. If for some reason you did not receive this invitation or you just haven’t responded & would like to attend, please respond as soon as possi

  • I just finished the article on Relay for Life. Good job, Trimble County! I want to say thank you to the organizers of this event for a wonderful experience. If you want to spend quality time with your family and friends, form a team and join Relay; while giving to others, you receive so much more. “The Klunkers for a Kure” would like to thank the community businesses,

  • Apparently, hell has frozen over. For the life of me, I don’t have an opinion on anything local today. Huh. Anyone who knows me even a little should find that surprising. I guess that’s summer in rural Kentucky. Not a lot of controversy, now that the Primary Election is out of the way. But, we still have plenty of things coming up, in terms of activities. First is R

  • Editor: Signature HealthCare of Trimble County celebrated Nurses Week on May 6 and CNA Week, June 14-18. The residents and stakeholders at Signature would like to thank the following people for a job well done: Pam Larimore, Brenda Largen, Carolyn Colbert, Nellie Hewitt, Jessica Dukes, Jo Adkins, Randi Fitzgerald, Becca Hewitt, Barbara Jone

  • Editor: When I think of what I am most proud of, it is driving along U.S. Hwy. 42, taking me through each county in the 26th District and enjoying the beauty of horse farms along the way. Their important roles in Kentucky’s signature industry have always been taken for granted by me, until the last few years. The thoroughbred business and horse racing in Kentucky are in dee

  • Editor: Those of you that go to the “city” for medical care need to pay attention. We have a jewel of a hospital in Carrollton. We have had the misfortune of having immediate family members in three or four hospitals in Louisville and every hospital in Lexington, plus Madison, Ind. and La Grange. Our 16 day stay in Carroll Co

  • Editor: You may have heard of Tona Barkley because she and her husband, John Harrod, are local musicians who perform throughout the region. Another reason you may know her is because she is on the ballot to serve as a director of Owen Electric Cooperative. We have known Tona for more than 30 years. She is an intelligent, hardworking an

  • Editor: On May 1, we held the first annual “Leaping for Connor and Dane” a fundraiser put on for our sons, Connor and Dane who have a rare genetic disease called Fanconi Anemia. It was a huge success thanks to our great family, friends and community. Special thanks to the following for helping to make this happen: National Guar

  • Editor: To the voters of District 2, your support in the May 18 Primary Election is greatly appreciated. I also appreciate the kindness shown during the campaign, as I always enjoy visiting and talking with each of you. Thanks, also, to those of you who were kind enough to let me display my campaign signs, those who came by and those who phoned. I am grateful to my family, who

  • Editor: Why did your newspaper have an article in the Wednesday, May 12 issue regarding The Moving Wall Memorial, yet no information in your Wednesday, May 19 issue - not even in the Community Calendar? For Carroll County to host this extraordinary memorial replica should have been front page of your paper since it was the day before the wall’s arrival. While detai

  • Editor: When I think of what I am most proud of, it is driving along Hwy. 42, taking me through each county in the 26th District and enjoying the beauty of horse farms along the way. Their important roles in Kentucky’s signature industry have always been taken for granted by me, until the last few years. The thoroughbred business and

  • Editor: One of the lessons we all should have been learning through the last couple years is that large corporate enterprises can run extremely askew from the public interest. We have even seen them operate against their own best interests as their executives helped themselves to personal financial rewards while steering their companies into

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    Saturday’s going to prove to be a challenging day for one of our community’s most   important annual events — the Carroll County River Sweep.

  • Editor:   Worthville Christian Church would like to thank the surrounding communities for the outpouring of donations for our yard sale we held May 29.   We would also like to thank everyone who came to support or just to visit our church.   We raised several hundred dollars that will go toward much needed repairs

  • Editor: The Medride Program in Carrollton is in need of volunteers. It is operated out of the Senior Center on Sixth Street and the van is parked in front of the center. Volunteer drivers take seniors to medical appointments, usually to Madison, Ind., La Grange, Louisville and occasionally to Campbellsburg or Warsaw. We could use more retir

  • "If I have to tell you one more time to stop it, I’m gonna turn this car around and we’ll go back home!” How many times do we remember that threat – made by our exasperated parents – when we, as children, were behaving badly on a trip in the car? Well, I’m starting to feel like the parent of naughty chil

  • Editor: Trimble County Youth League Baseball would like to say thank you to Jason Ginn, Jeffrey Scott and Shelby Energy for helping us make our fields brighter at the Trimble County Park. On June 3, Jason and Jeffrey used a bucket truck to replace faulty bulbs and to adjust lamp assemblies to provide the best possible lighting for our games. This would not have been possible wi

  • Editor: The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce thanks all sponsors, volunteers, and players who made our annual golf scramble a success. Also congratulations to the winning team of Elige Woodall, Ed Goode, Doug McLane and Jim Sesher.    Our sponsor’s this year were: Naming — First National Bank; and platinum

  • Editor: As the red buds have faded and the scent of lilacs have waned, the oaks, locust and walnuts have sprouted their leaves again, it can only mean one thing at the John T. Ray Complex in Robert Westrick Memorial Park. That one thing is the sound from the umpire… “play ball” and America’s pastime, like the bird

  • Editor: The management, staff, and clients of New Horizons Assisted Living would like to thank Ghent Fire Department Assistant  Chief Robert Hofmman and his dedicated volunteers for the quick and professional response to a fire alarm here at our facility.  We are thankful that we did not have a fire, however, a malfunction in one o