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Today's News

  • Reflections on graduation, OR: Could it really be almost 30 since the Class of 1980?

    School’s out and the Trimble County High School Class of 2009 officially became alumni on Saturday.

    It really was a lovely day, and with the mild weather, very comfortable in that very crowded gymnasium.

    While I was driving to the high school Saturday morning, I thought back to when I graduated ... all those years ago. Could it really be almost 30 years since I received my diploma?

  • One last HOORAH!

    The Trimble Banner

    The 83 seniors of Trimble County High School’s Class of 2009 took their turns crossing the stage Saturday morning, June 6, to collect diplomas from Superintendent Marcia Dunaway.

     As usual, graduation ceremonies packed the gym with friends, parents and other family members to wish the newly minted graduates luck as one chapter closed and another began.

  • Crowning the queen
  • Arbinger new volleyball coach

    Kristen Arbinger, the eighth grade science teacher at Carroll County Middle School, has been hired as the new head volleyball coach at Carroll County High School for the 2009-10 season, according to a press release issued by Athletic Director Randy Mefford.

    Arbinger served as the middle school coach and their record included 13 wins and six losses, Mefford said.

  • Group seeks input on county’s health needs

    People who need public health services often feel defeated by the system, but hopefully that is about to change, according to Melody Stafford, Health Planner of Three Rivers District Health Department.

  • Officials say soldering caused fire at Madison courthouse

    MADISON, Ind. -- The May 20 fire that heavily damaged the Jefferson County Courthouse in Madison “was accidental in its origin,” according to Madison Fire Chief Steve Horton.

    At a press conference held at city hall on Monday, Horton said contractors were in “the finishing stages of an extensive remodeling program. One of the final aspects of that remodeling included the repair and replacement of copper downspouts and gutters from the upper reaches of the building.”

  • Family sells Graham-Dunn Funeral Home to area group

    The family of the late James B. Dunn, longtime coronor and funeral director in Carroll County, has sold the Graham-Dunn Funeral Home, located at 213 Fifth Street in Carrollton.

    New owners of the funeral home are Mark Garnett, Mike McDonald and Bryan New, all of Owenton. They are directors of the McDonald and New Funeral Homes in Owenton, and the Garnett, New and McDonald Funeral Home in Warsaw. The three finalized the purchase of the Carrollton facility on Friday, May 29.

  • Howard sentenced to 20 years after conviction on drug charges

    Donald Howard, 54, was sentenced Monday, June 1 by Judge Stephen Bates in circuit court to 20 years imprisonment for his conviction on four counts of first-degree trafficking in prescription drugs, all class C felonies.

    On May 14, a Carroll County jury found Howard guilty on all four counts of trafficking in two drugs, namely Opana, the brand name for oxymorphone, and Oxycontin. The jury recommended 10 years incarceration on each count to run consecutively, for a total of 40 years.

  • Hoop Club Golf Scramble

    Fuzz Bevill, Lyndsey Bevill, Todd Crawford and Jeremy Martin won the Carroll County Lady Panthers’16th annual Hoop Club Golf Scramble May 23 at the Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley, Ky.

    Head coach Randy Mefford said they finished in a tie in regulation with the team of Richard Hardesty, Ashley Bartrum, Albert Tuttle and Rick Dalenberg with a score of 55, 16 under par, and won the first hole of a sudden death playoff with a birdie on hole 18.  

  • Community Calendar

    Wednesday, June 10

    Carrollton Rotary Club meets Wed-nesdays at noon, Butler lodge.

    Family Community Pharmacy Program will screen potential clients from 9-11 a.m. at the Northern Ky. Community Action Center, 220 Seventh St. Call (502) 732-5253.

    Carroll County Public Library hosts its monthly Wednesdays @ One at 1 p.m. featuring Mark F. Sohn with “Speaking of Spirits: Kentucky Bourbon.”

    AA Big Book study group meets every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Carrollton Christian Church, 310 Fifth St.