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  • Grandparents Day at Kathryn Winn Primary
  • Burgin, Patterson welcome their daughter July 22

    Stephan Burgin and Nicole Patterson announce the birth of their daughter, Aurora Rose Burgin born July 22, 2016, at the University of Louisville Hospital in Louisville, Ky. at 6:09 p.m. She weighed 6 pounds 5 ounces and was 21 inches long.

    Her sister, Alexia Patterson, 18 months old, helped welcome her home.

    Maternal grandmother is Teresa Patterson, of Cincinnati, Ohio and maternal grandfather is Mike Warren of Cheviot, Ohio.

    Paternal grandmother is Vickie Burgin of Carrollton, Ky. and paternal grandfather is Jimmy Burgin of Carrollton.

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  • VF Outlet holds fashion show benefit

    VF Outlet will host its second annual Fashion Night Out from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17.

    Fashion Night Out will kick off with a Stock-Up & Save event, where the first 25 people through the doors will receive a limited edition bag. These lucky shoppers will receive 25 percent off all the merchandise they can fit into the Stock-Up & Save bag. The fun continues all day with an in-store DJ, games and prizes. There will be a fashion show at 2 p.m., followed by informal modeling to showcase new Fall arrivals.

  • CAC hosts annual fall festival
  • Arts & Barks

    The Arts and Barks festival was held on Sept. 3, at General Butler State Resort Park. The festival is a combination of Wolfstock and the Goldenrod Gala, with proceeds going to support the Carroll County Animal Support.

  • Bullseye!
  • Head back to prom at annual senior event

    The annual Senior Event will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at the National Guard armory. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and the event will be held from 5-8:30 p.m.

    Bring a date or come stag for a wonderful evening of dinner, music and dancing. The event is free to all area senior citizens.

    Guests are encouraged to dress up for prom night. Prom pictures will be taken, and guests will vote on the Prom King and Queen.

    The event will include dinner, prizes and music by the Ovation Orchestra, which plays Glen Miller-type music.

  • E-waste contains toxic, hazardous materials

    Electronic waste, also known as e-waste, is a rapidly growing portion of the household solid waste stream. Common examples of e-waste are computers, monitors, televisions, cell phones, VCRs and video game systems.

    According to Electronics TakeBack Coalition, computers are replaced every 3-4 years, TVs are replaced every 5-7 years, and cell phones are replaced more frequently. At these high replacement rates, more than 3.4 million tons were generated in 2012, with only 29.2 percent being recycled.