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Today's Features

  • The first signs of frost let us know that cold weather will be here soon. As winter approaches, now is a good time to improve your home’s energy efficiency. 

    There are several no-cost or low-cost improvements you can make to your home to reduce your winter heating bills. 

    To extend the life of your furnace and air conditioner, for example, replace furnace and air-conditioning filters on a monthly basis. If you have pets in your home, you may want to check your filters more often.

  • Monday, Nov. 29: Corn dog, *uncrustable, baked beans, potato smiles, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit choice

    Tuesday, Nov. 30: Taco in a bag, lettuce, tomato, salsa, *burrito, *refried beans, corn, pineapple, fresh fruit

    Wednesday, Dec. 1:  Chicken tenders, *shaved ham & cheese on bun, baked potato, broccoli w/cheese sauce, fruit cup, roll w/cinnamon spread, fresh fruit

  • Thursday, Nov. 4

    Trimble County Hymn Singis 7 p.m. at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church on State Hwy. 1492. Everyone welcome.

    Saturday, Nov. 6

    Bedford Elementary School’s Fall Festival is 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the school.

    Toys for Tots Annual “Toy Run”starts from Sunset Grill in Warsaw with sign-in at 11 a.m. Ride starts at 12:30 p.m. Call Valerie McEntire at (859) 609-1458 for more information.

    Monday, Nov. 8

  • FELONIES

    Leslie Renee Luckett, burglary, 2nd degree, criminal mischief, 2nd degree, assault 4th degree domestic violence minor injury, terroristic threatening, 3rd degree. Not guilty plea entered. Continue to Nov. 9.

    Brandon T. McDowell, burglary, 2nd degree. Not guilty plea entered. Continue to Nov. 2.

    Bernard Matthew Obremski, burglary, 2nd degree. Bonded out. Continue to Nov. 9.

    Christopher N. Peelman, wanton endangerment, 1st degree, assault, 2nd degree. Not guilty plea entered. Continue to Nov. 9.

  • For nearly three months, there’s been a new chief in Milton.

    Jason Long took over as chief of the Milton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department in early September, a few weeks after longtime Chief Ronnie Barnes announced his retirement.

  • A  Shining STAR Customer Service training program that I attended a couple of weeks ago is even more important to us now with the announcement that Kentucky Speedway will host a NASCAR Sprint Cup race July 9, 2011. Carrollton and Carroll County have just a little more than 10 months to prepare fo

  • Journeyman Steve Young recently visited Carrollton during one of his journeys across the country to raise awareness for the Victory Junction Gang Camp, a camp for sick and terminally ill children in Randleman, N.C. According to their website, the camp opened in 2004 and has served more than 11,000 children and families from 47 states and th

  • Auctions are a place where learning to detect and interpret even the most minute change of body language is key.  As the amplified voice of the owner and auctioneer, David Neville, rambles the increment prices of the merchandise, most of the communication on the floor of Capstone Produce Market was being done through looks, small nods of the head and quick hand gestures. Othe

  • The property stands idle after a 50-year history of service as a summer residential camping facility for special needs individuals from the summer of 1960 until May 29, 2010. When first opened, Camp Kysoc was considered to be a premiere camping facility for special needs children and the first of its kind in the nation. During the years of o

  • Shawn Keeton’s life has been a “Culinary Expedition.” After a lifetime of exposure to and learning about good cooking, Keeton has two cookbooks and a cooking show in the works, and he teaches cooking classes once a month at the local extension office. His love of cooking was conceived as a child when he watched his grand