http://www.mycarrollnews.com/todaysnews/rss.xml en Investigation ongoing in Milton murder-suicide case http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/investigation-ongoing-milton-murder-suicide-case <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/death_house_2.jpg" alt="A Kentucky State Police car sits outside the residence at 126 Garriott Court in Milton, Ky., where a shooting occurred early Sunday morning that left two people dead. " title="A Kentucky State Police car sits outside the residence at 126 Garriott Court in Milton, Ky., where a shooting occurred early Sunday morning that left two people dead. " align="left" hspace="6" width="113" height="85" /><p> By Dave Taylor<br /> Landmark News Service<br /> Two Milton residents are dead and another remains hospitalized after what investigators are calling &ldquo;an apparent murder-suicide&rdquo; that occurred early Sunday morning in a residential neighborhood behind the Midway Stop-N-Go about halfway between Milton and Bedford.<br /> Carlin Sarah Davis, 16, has been identified by the Stratton-Karstetter Funeral Home in Versailles, Ind., as one of the fatalities. Niki Davis, 33, is recovering in a Louisville hospital from gunshot wounds.<br /> Construction continues inside and out at CCMS http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/construction-continues-inside-and-out-ccms <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/ccmsconstruction-img_6161.jpg" alt="Demolition continues inside the Carroll County Middle School gymnasium, as the gym floor –except for center court –and the bleachers are removed. The center court emblem will be saved and hung in the new wing." title="Demolition continues inside the Carroll County Middle School gymnasium, as the gym floor –except for center court –and the bleachers are removed. The center court emblem will be saved and hung in the new wing." align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" /><p> The discovery of a five-inch gas line and 13 electrical conduits during the Carroll County Middle School renovation will cost the district more than $91,000 out of its contingency budget.<br /> The Board of Education originally approved a change order of $7,340 at its meeting June 19, to remove the gas and electrical conduit from the existing courtyard. The board approved two more change orders related to the discovery at a special meeting July 17.<br /> Two new providers recently joined hospital’s Warsaw Family Practice http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/two-new-providers-recently-joined-hospital%E2%80%99s-warsaw-family-practice <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/warsaw_clinic_docs.jpg" alt="Tim Helton, FNP-BC, left, and Dr. Christy Johnson, right, recently joined the Carroll County Memorial Hospital Warsaw Family Practice." title="Tim Helton, FNP-BC, left, and Dr. Christy Johnson, right, recently joined the Carroll County Memorial Hospital Warsaw Family Practice." align="left" hspace="6" width="77" height="85" /><p> By Jacob Blair<br /> The News-Democrat Intern<br /> Carroll County Memorial Hospital&rsquo;s Warsaw Family Practice now has two medical providers joining Dr. Ben Kunicki in treating patients.<br /> Dr. Christy Johnson joins the practice after working for nine years at the New Horizons Medical Center. She spent the past three to four years working in the emergency room. She is board certified in family medicine, but had coursework during medical school in emergency medicine.<br /> &ldquo;I wanted to get back into the office setting,&rdquo; Johnson said.<br /> Children take the stage at Kentucky Shakespeare camp http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/children-take-stage-kentucky-shakespeare-camp <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/ccpl_shakespeare.jpg" alt="Tony Milder, center, from Kentucky Shakespeare plays a theater preparation game called Zip, Zap, Zop with Carlos Sanchez, left, and David Jimenez, right. The game is intended to be a warm-up exercise and get participants playing without pausing." title="Tony Milder, center, from Kentucky Shakespeare plays a theater preparation game called Zip, Zap, Zop with Carlos Sanchez, left, and David Jimenez, right. The game is intended to be a warm-up exercise and get participants playing without pausing." align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" /><p> By JACOB BLAIR<br /> The News-Democrat Intern<br /> A small group of students, with the help of Kentucky Shakespeare company, will perform part of &ldquo;A Midsummer Night&rsquo;s Dream&rdquo; as a play within a play at 3 p.m. Friday at the Carroll County Public Library.<br /> Tony Milder and Megan Massie have been with the company for a year and are working with the children to understand things in theater such as stage directions, archetypes, roles, props and much more as they do the Pyramus and Thisbe play within the play.<br /> Spreading the laughter http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/spreading-laughter <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/improv1.jpg" alt="George Halitzka of Drama by George led the improv class at the Carroll County Public Library July 16. He taught the participants a number of improvisational skills through a variety of games and activities. " title="George Halitzka of Drama by George led the improv class at the Carroll County Public Library July 16. He taught the participants a number of improvisational skills through a variety of games and activities. " align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" /><p> Carroll County Public Library hosted a comedy improv workshop July 16, with Drama by George as a part of the summer reading program.</p> Bluegrass in the Bluegrass http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/bluegrass-bluegrass <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/kentuckyblue1.jpg" alt="About 150 people attended the Friends of Butler Backyard Concert Series event Saturday, featuring the bluegrass band Kentucky Blue. " title="About 150 people attended the Friends of Butler Backyard Concert Series event Saturday, featuring the bluegrass band Kentucky Blue. " align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" /> Wise named instructional supervisor, Williams to retire http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/wise-named-instructional-supervisor-williams-retire <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/wisewilliams.jpg" alt="Gerda Wise, left, and Pam Williams, right, recently posed for a photo outside the Carroll County Schools district office. Wise was promoted to Williams’ old job as instructional supervisor. Williams will serve as an academic program consultant and retire later this year." title="Gerda Wise, left, and Pam Williams, right, recently posed for a photo outside the Carroll County Schools district office. Wise was promoted to Williams’ old job as instructional supervisor. Williams will serve as an academic program consultant and retire later this year." align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" /><p> By JACOB BLAIR</p> <p> The News-Democrat Intern</p> <p> Former Kathryn Winn Primary Principal Gerda Wise has stepped into the role of elementary instructional supervisor for the Carroll County School District.</p> <p> Wise graduated from Carroll County High School in 1979 and has been with Carroll County Schools since 1984, when she graduated with a bachelor&rsquo;s degree in elementary education from the University of Louisville.</p> Preparing for the future http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/preparing-future <img src="http://www.mycarrollnews.com/sites/www.mycarrollnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/dowcareer-img_6206_2.jpg" alt="Dow Corning SEEDS (Summer Employment of Employees’ Dependents) talked to the Lighthouse campers at college and career day July 21. Pictured: Jacob Becraft of Carrollton talks to the children about being a zoology major at Kentucky Wesleyan College." title="Dow Corning SEEDS (Summer Employment of Employees’ Dependents) talked to the Lighthouse campers at college and career day July 21. Pictured: Jacob Becraft of Carrollton talks to the children about being a zoology major at Kentucky Wesleyan College." align="left" hspace="6" width="119" height="85" />