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Letters

  • Reader calls on Trump to create Billy Graham Day

    Editor:

    Out of respect for a great leader, I would love for our president to pass a bill calling for Billy Graham Day. School should be out, and state people should get off work. The Graham family has done so much for us and the world. They deserve this tribute to their father in our appreciation.

    Sincerely,

    Anna Perkinson

  • Thanks to Carrollton Police for church security class

    Editor:

    The Carrollton Police Department should be congratulated by the Carrollton community for the good presentation Thursday, evening, for such a needed subject. Yes, the chief of police had a wonderful presentation, illustrated with videos and a variety of guns on display.

    Sincerely,

    Francisco Leite

  • It’s time firefighters get the respect they deserve

    Editor:

    A salute to all the volunteer firefighters.

    I would like to say a big thank you for all of your volunteer services. The fire departments of Carroll County are all volunteer men and women. They spend hours and hours training and practicing on their own personal time. These men and women have families and when that tone goes off they have to leave and go save one of you. Whether it’s a holiday or a weekend, they are always on call.

  • Adams remembers his brother, life in Carroll

    Editor:

  • Carrollton Manor thanks citizens for gifts, visits

    Editor:

    The residents and staff at Carrollton Manor would like to thank all of the citizens of Carroll County for helping us have a wonderful Christmas and very good New Year.

    We truly appreciate everything that is done for the residents here and they get so happy when they receive special things or have special visitors. So again from all of us at Carrollton Manor, thank you and have a Happy New Year.

    The staff at Carrollton Manor

    Carrollton 

  • Carrollton Federal thanks attendees to open house

    Editor:

    Carrollton Federal Bank hosted their annual Open House event on Dec. 8, between the hours of 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The event was well attended and received. The attendees received individual gifts as well as homemade refreshments and enjoyed personal fellowship with the staff.

    The Open House celebration concluded with multiple drawings that included a 43” Vizio HD smart TV, Kindle Fire HD 8” Tablet, 53” Teddy Bear, $25 Kroger gift card and $25 El Nopal gift card.

    Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone that attended!

  • Praise for bridge repair

    Editor:

    To the crew that worked on the bridge going to Worthville. I don’t know who you are but you did an awesome job fixing the bridge.

    Thank you so much. Most bridges you bump getting on and bump getting off but this bridge is so smooth. Just wanted you to know a lot of people out there are saying “thank you”. You deserve it!

    Faye Allen

    Sanders, Ky.

  • Keep Carrollton clean, reader suggests

    Editor,

    I moved to Carrollton seven years ago from Pennsylvania and have enjoyed living here, there is so much to enjoy with the two rivers, beautiful flowering trees in the spring, Point Park, and I must say very friendly people.

    Recently I saw an article that stated Carrollton was numbered in the top ten Ghetto towns in Kentucky and I wondered why, when it is such a nice little town to live in.

  • Scouting For Food collection this Saturday

    Editor:

    It’s Scouting for Food time again! Local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and a host of others representing various groups will be hitting the streets this Saturday, Nov. 18, to pick up your donations to the Carroll County Food Pantry. 

  • Scouting For Food returns Nov. 11, 18

    Editor:

    It’s time for the 2017 Scouting for Food campaign to get underway. Local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and a host of others representing various groups will be hitting the streets this Saturday (Nov. 11) to distribute approximately 1,800 fliers to the homes in Carrollton in anticipation of food collection the following Saturday (Nov. 18).

    We will be meeting at 9 a.m. at the Food Pantry, 517 Seventh Street (corner of Seventh and Polk, commonly referred to as “old Kentucky Ladder building”).