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  • Expungement clinic, job fair is tomorrow

    Today’s job market can be an unforgiving beast, especially for those with a criminal record. To help those looking for work, an upcoming event could hold the answer to returning to the local workforce..

  • Mike Hebbeler helped put CCMH Physical Therapy on the map

    Physical therapist Mike Hebbeler put away the resistance bands and exercise ball for a final time and handed out his last set of home exercises Friday afternoon.

    After more than 20 years at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, Hebbeler retired Aug. 9, to spend more time with his wife, the grandchildren, and for his favorite outdoor activity — fishing.

  • Former Webster Drugs owner Chuck Webster dies

    Charles A. “Chuck” Webster, 62, passed away at his home Aug. 10 after a two year struggle with brain cancer. The former owner of Webster Drugs had been a business fixture in the Carrollton community for more than 35 years before selling the business and retiring in March of 2017.

    The drug store had been a family business for more than 60 years after his father, Charlie, purchased the Stamper Drug Store on Fifth Street and reopened the business on July 1, 1956.

  • Former Webster Drugs owner Chuck Webster dies

    Charles A. “Chuck” Webster, 62, passed away at his home Aug. 10 after a two year struggle with brain cancer. The former owner of Webster Drugs had been a business fixture in the Carrollton community for more than 35 years before selling the business and retiring in March of 2017.

    The drug store had been a family business for more than 60 years after his father, Charlie, purchased the Stamper Drug Store on Fifth Street and reopened the business on July 1, 1956.

  • Mike Hebbeler helped put CCMH on the map

    Physical therapist Mike Hebbeler put away the resistance bands and exercise ball for a final time and handed out his last set of home exercises Friday afternoon.

    After more than 20 years at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, Hebbeler retired Aug. 9, to spend more time with his wife, the grandchildren, and for his favorite outdoor activity — fishing.

  • Expungement clinic, job fair is tomorrow

    Today’s job market can be an unforgiving beast, especially for those with a criminal record. To help those looking for work, an upcoming event could hold the answer to returning to the local workforce.

  • Fiscal court has first reading of revised nuisance ordinance

    Carroll County Fiscal Court unanimously approved the first reading of the revised nuisance ordinance during its meeting Tuesday morning.

  • CRASHES IN CARROLL

    The regional artery Interstate 71 connecting Louisville and Cincinnati via Carroll County has been home to an average of one accident every two days this year.

    The highway has totaled 90 crashes, making up more than one-fourth of Carroll County’s 305 recorded vehicle accidents, based on information obtained from the state’s Collision Analysis for the Public database.

  • Hope Health Clinic offering low cost medical for Carroll residents

    Medical care is a necessity of life, just as important as food and shelter. Yet, for too many people, even primary healthcare can be prohibitively expensive. For those struggling to obtain healthcare, the Hope Health Clinic in La Grange is looking to change that.

  • Johnson retires from Carrollton post office

    A United States Postal Service employee for 39 years, Donna Johnson has decided now is the time to retire from Carrollton’s post office.

    Johnson began at the Carrollton Post Office in 1980 as a part-time rural carrier.

    “It fit with my family, just to work one day, two days a week, whatever they needed me to work whenever the regular carrier was off,” Johnson said.

    She trained on rural route No. 2 with rural carrier Bill Hill. Her first day as she recalled was a bit rough.