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Today's News

  • North American Stainless executives visit JCTC

    Representatives from North American Stainless (NAS) visited the new Jefferson Community and Technical College Carrollton campus June 12. NAS donated $100,000 toward the purchase of the land for the new college and $250,000 for the BuildSmart initiative.

    The Hydraulics and Pneumatics lab in the factory-focused school was named after North American Stainless for their contribution.

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  • Studying STEM

    Carroll County Middle School students Shawna McAlister and Citlaly Cruz Garcia were accepted into the National Youth Leadership Forum: Explore STEM summer program at Loyola University Chicago. NYLF Explore STEM is a unique learning experience for bright, forward-thinking middle school students who will evolve into the next generation of innovators, engineers, doctors, forensic scientists, mathematicians and physicists, according to its website.

  • Transylvania’s Dean’s List

    Kathryn Gillespie of Carrollton was named to the Transylvania University Dean’s List for winter 2018. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average during the term.

  • UK announces Spring Dean’s List

    The University of Kentucky has named Karlee Mykel Sherman of Carrollton, primary major, Psychology; Eliann Elizabeth Yocum of Carrollton, primary major, Human Health Sciences; and Noah D. Abercrombie of Sanders, primary major, Chemical Engineering to its Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester.

  • Take precautions against tick bites

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Kentucky Department for Public Health are reminding people to take precautions against tick bites, which can transmit serious and potentially deadly illnesses.

    “A tick bite can spoil an otherwise great day outdoors,” said Karen Waldrop, Kentucky Fish and Wildlife deputy commissioner. “Plan ahead to protect yourself against ticks.”

    Tick awareness and prevention was the focus of a Facebook Live discussion with state public health officials on June 4.

  • Frye finishes 8th nationally in math

    This school year was the first year for the Carroll County Middle Junior Beta Club, a nationally recognized academic club. The school took 40 students to state and two students, Andrew Frye and Lylah Cox, qualified for nationals.

  • Walmart hosts ribbon cutting after renovation
  • NorthKey goes to the fair
  • Carroll County Fair 4-H and Open Horse Show

    Open Lead Line: Kolt Kinman, first place.

    Open Waltz/Trot: Janessa Craig, first place; Kolt Kinman, second place.

    Open Minature Horse class: Janessa Craig, first place.

    Carroll County 4-H Western Halter: Janessa Craig, first place.

    Carroll County 4-H Western Pleasure: Janessa Craig, first place; Colton Human, second place; Emmalee Tuttle, third place.

    Carroll County 4-H Pole Bending: Jennifer Davis, first place; Mallary Bickers, second place; Call Maiden, third place.