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  • Students get taste of higher education at camp

    Seven Carroll County Middle School students and two Henry County Middle School students had an opportunity last Wednesday, June 27, to hear about the importance of continuing their education beyond high school.

  • Hwy. 36 bridge opening now set for August

    It’s likely to be one more month before State Hwy. 36 is reopened to traffic at Locust Creek, between Carrollton and Milton.

    Ryan Watts, a spokesman for Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s District 6, said the bridge and the new road west of the creek should be completed by the first week of August. He didn’t provide a specific date.

    The road has been closed since March 11 and originally was to reopen 90 days later on June 8.

  • Kenseth wins Quaker State 400

    Joe Gibbs Racing driver Matt Kenseth drove a patient race behind the dominant Lowe’s car of Jimmie Johnson and took advantage of a late Johnson miscue to win Sunday’s Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway.

  • Franklin wins Miss Madison Regatta crown

    Hayley Franklin of Carrollton won the title of Miss Madison Regatta at the Xi Beta Upsilon Miss Madison Regatta Scholarship Pageant July 1 at Madison Consolidated High School.

    “I have been waiting six years to say this: I am your 2013 Miss Madison Regatta! What an indescribable feeling to achieve something you’ve worked so hard for,” she said.

    As the pageant winner, Franklin won a $1,000 scholarship and will represent the community in all of the Regatta-related events leading up to the Madison Regatta race.

  • Online gradebook, new technology center highlight meeting

    By SARAH BEACH

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Board of Education announced several important staffing, leadership and facility changes over the summer in preparation for the coming school year at the Thursday, June 20, meeting.

    In her monthly report, Superintendent Lisa James said that summer is a time for the school system to be “revived.”

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  • Mammography machine will arrive at CCMH this summer

    Women in the Carroll County area soon will have access to cutting-edge technology that will help doctors detect breast cancer at its earliest stages.

    Michael Kozar, chief executive officer at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, announced Monday that the hospital has acquired the FujiFilm Aspire HD-Plus Mammography unit, scheduled to arrive later this summer.

    Kozar said the hospital also plans to renovate its mammography suite to make it more comfortable for patients who come for screenings.

  • 42 survivors attend 2013 Carroll County Relay for Life
  • Engineering firm reveals concept design for river walk

    Heritage Engineering presented a concept design of the river walk to city council at their meeting Monday, June 24. The plan includes bench areas throughout the 2,000-foot path and a plaza area in the parking lot near Point Park boat ramp.

    The walk increased in length from about 1,200 feet to 2,000 feet because the trail now extends all the way to the point, rather than stopping at the parking lot near the Ohio River.