Today's Features

  • LDS Church now meeting at Park Lanes, Suite P

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is now meeting Sundays from 10 a.m. until noon at 1209 Highland Avenue Suite P, in the Park Lanes Shopping Center in Carrollton.  Sacrament meeting meets first. For more information call President Marshall Moore 502-727-3957

    Several services set for St. John’s in Carrollton

  • Best practices seminars are expensive in more ways than one. They require you to change. But no real change is possible without real change.

  • *New events in bold. Carroll County High School home games are bold and italicized.


    Walk away the Pounds, 9 a.m. at the Carroll County Public Library.

    Thursday, March 21

    Getting to Know Your Woodlands Series: Part 5. 7 p.m. Carroll County Extension Office. Contact the Carroll County Extension Office, 502-732-7030.

  • The Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association, headquartered in Frankfort, Ky. held its annual election of officers and directors last week at the association’s annual meeting.

    Carroll County District 3 Magistrate Mark Bates was sworn in as a member of the board of directors for the state magistrates and commissioners association on Thursday night, March 7, 2019, in front of more than 400 county elected officials in Louisville.

  • A Grief/Loss Support Group is a six week support group for those who have experienced the death of a family member or friend. This is an opportunity to share your experiences with others, talk about your loss, and learn ways of coping with grief in a caring and supportive environment, as we learn to integrate this loss into our daily lives.

  • Research shows that the adversity we experience as children can affect us into adulthood. Challenges children face in school, life – and ultimately with their health – are often the symptoms of Adverse Childhood Experiences and toxic stress.

    The good news is, the earlier we can identify that a child is experiencing ACEs and toxic stress, the sooner children and families can be connected to the services they need to prevent or heal the effects.

  • It’s that time of year when we get excited about our tax refunds. By responsibly using this one-time infusion of cash, you can improve your financial standing.

    You could wisely use your tax refund to add to your emergency savings account. Most of us do not have enough money saved in the event of job loss, sickness or another unexpected event that prevents us from working.