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Today's News

  • Public employees hurt taxpayers by misusing voting time

    Bowling Green Daily News

    Voting in this country is a privilege and a civic responsibility.

  • State offers many holiday options for families to celebrate together

    With less than two weeks to go before Christmas, the window to buy gifts and take part in seasonal activities is quickly drawing to a close. 

    The good news is that, if you’re still unsure of what to get or what to do, there is still time to bring everything together and to do it in a way that highlights Kentucky’s unique nature.

  • CCMS cheerleaders win big at competition
  • Lady Panthers hold off Lady Rebels, 49-42

    Carroll County Lady Panthers have made Carrollton a tough place for the Owen County Lady Rebels to play the last couple of years as Carroll County posted a 49-42 win Dec. 8.

    Both teams played deliberate styles as Carroll settled into a two-three zone in the first half. Owen County had a possession that took almost three minutes off the clock in the first half.

  • Carroll falls to Oldham

    Carroll County Lady Panthers lost their first game of the season, 69-35, when they ran into a tough Oldham County team Dec. 9. The teams squared off in the Ronald McDonald Classic at Oldham County. Carroll County head coach Ron Henderson was an assistant coach at Oldham County before coaching at Carroll.

  • Carroll picks up district win over Owen

    It wasn’t always pretty, but, in the end, it was a win over a 31st District rival, as the Carroll County Panthers defeated the visiting Owen County Rebels 53-40 Dec. 8.

    Head coach Brian Crank expressed his disappointment during his post-game interview on his team’s lack of execution, particularly to start the game. “Overall execution wasn’t there; it wasn’t very crisp,” he said. “It wasn’t there for whatever reason, but it was a win. Last year if we had played that bad, we would have got beat.”

  • Public Records | Dec. 14, 2017

    Items published in court news are public record. The News-Democrat publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published. Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to the News-Democrat do not imply guilt.

     DISTRICT COURT

    The following decisions were rendered Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 6-7, 2017, in Carroll County District Court with the Hon. Thomas M. Funk

    presiding.

  • Herbst shares info on chronic pneumonia in cattle

    In this era of advanced vaccine technology and long-acting, expensive, powerful antibiotics, why do chronic pneumonia cases continue to occur?

    Dr. Michelle Arnold, Ruminant Extension Veterinarian for the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, provides more information.

  • Have age-appropriate talks with children about finances

    Thinking about the holidays and how excited we are as parents and grandparents, yet at the same time trying to determine how much we need to budget can be stressful.

    Even if they do not earn money, children influence the family’s budget with their needs and wants. This is especially true during the holiday season when their wants tend to outweigh needs, which makes the season a perfect time to begin talking to your children about money management.

  • Dealing with your child’s challenging behavior during the holiday season

    Speaking from experience over this past weekend, this topic hit home for me. As fast as I was wrapping presents and putting them under the tree, my 4 year old granddaughter was sneaking them off and unwrapping them. Even though I had told her the presents were for Grandpa, she was bound and determined to see what was inside. Needless to say my stress level went up!