• Cleanup at Kysoc is Nov. 3

    After several stops and starts the cleanup day for Camp Kysoc will happen Saturday Nov. 3 at Camp Kysoc.

    The day will begin at 8:15 a.m. with volunteers arriving at Camp Kysoc to unload tools and materials they will need for the day. Volunteers will take their vehicles over to the Christian Academy of Carrollton school parking lot for the day. There will be shuttles to take volunteers from one location to the other. There is not enough room for all the volunteers to park at the camp.

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  • KMCA to deliver shoes for Carroll County students

    The Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association, headquartered in Frankfort, Kentucky is proud to announce that the association will be delivering over 750 pairs of shoes to Carroll County Schools on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018. The shoes will be delivered to Richard B. Cartmell Elementary and were donated by county elected magistrates and commissioners from across the state.

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  • Buddahland

    By Taylor Riley

    Landmark News Service

    Nestled on the Henry and Carroll County line, there’s 200 acres that hopes to be a site of enlightenment and mindful living.

    On a road appropriately named Zen Forest, BuddhaLand is tucked deep into Turners Station. The Buddhist monastery, or community of monks, isn’t a secret, though; the 2-mile trail has been in the works for two years.

  • Volunteers sought to plant trees

    General Butler State Resort Park will hold its second annual Plant A Tree program on Saturday, Nov. 10 in the campground and cottage areas. Registration begins at 9 a.m.

    Volunteers can work through 11:30 a.m. Refreshments will be served.

    Those planning on participating are encouraged to bring gloves and their shovels and rakes. They should also wear comfortable work clothes and shoes.

    For additional information, contact Tanya Supplee at the park, 502-732-4384.

  • Rotary seeks to raise $1,000 to end polio

    The Rotary Club of Carrollton is joining with other clubs worldwide to continue the fight to wipe polio off the face of the Earth.

    The club is marking World Polio Day, which is Oct. 24, 2018, with a drive to raise $1,000 locally to go toward the End Polio Now fund that provides vaccines and educational programs in the areas where the virus is still found to be active.

  • Weddings |Oct. 18. 2018

    Mr. and Mrs. Jorge and Berta Cortez of Covington, Ky. would like to announce the marriage of their daughter, Karla D. Cortez to Keith Theodore Franklin of Carrollton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theoda and Wilnetta O. Franklin.

    The couple was married Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, at Madison Ave. Christian Church in Covington, Ky. The wedding was officiated by Senior Minister Mr. Chinna M. Simon and followed by a reception at the Florentine Event Center in Florence, Ky.

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