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Today's News

  • Bank robbery suspect still at large

    A man who robbed the First National Bank on Highland Avenue Friday afternoon, Jan. 23, is still at large, and bank officials are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect or suspects.

    The robbery occurred in broad daylight, and even though the streets swarmed with law enforcement officers immediately after dispatch received the call, the suspect managed to slip away.

  • Bank robbery suspect remains at large

    By SHARON GRAVES

    Landmark News Service

    A man who robbed the First National Bank on Highland Avenue Friday afternoon, Jan. 23, is still at large, and bank officials are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect or suspects.

    The robbery occurred in broad daylight, and even though the streets swarmed with law enforcement officers immediately after dispatch received the call, the suspect managed to slip away.

  • Legion Auxiliary says thanks to holiday donors

    Editor:

    The Ladies Auxiliary would like to take this opportunity to thank every one for their help with our Toy’s For Tot’s Christmas Drive.

    A special thanks to our Carroll and surrounding county merchants for their generous donations for our raffles. Thank you Wednesday night Bingo Players for your support every week.

    To our Post Legionnaires and The Son’s of Legion, thank you for your donation. This made it possible to add a few to our list.

  • Two rookie officers join Carrollton PD

    The Carrollton Police Department has added two new recruits to the force.

    Officers Justin Doll and Michael Jump, both 24, were hired to fill out the department, bringing the total number of officers to 10.

    Doll, 24, is a 2002 graduate of Carroll County High School. He served for four years in the U.S. Navy, most recently assigned to the USS Enterprise, the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. He was a machinist mate and reached the rank of petty officer third class.

  • Speaker offers keys for weathering today’s economic crisis

    As businesses deal with the realities of a national recession, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce members got some hands-on advice on how to make their way through the economic downtown.

    Speaking Tuesday, Jan. 13, to the chamber membership meeting at General Butler State Resort Park, David Oetken of Louisville offered five steps to survive the recession.

    As director of Greater Louisville Inc., that city’s Chamber of Commerce,  Oetken said his job is to assist businesses with funding and running their operations.

  • Planning stage under way for Cartmell renovation

    Imagine being able to design your own school – listing everything you might want, from video-conferencing capability to a gymnasium that doesn’t double as a cafeteria and auditorium.

    That’s the task at hand for a building committee comprised of school administrators and teachers planning the renovation of Cartmell Elementary School. The committee held its first meeting at the school Monday, Jan. 26.

  • Raiders drop the ball, fall to Henry in All A round one

    Despite high expectations, the Trimble County Raider boys basketball team fell to Henry County in the first round of the 8th Region All A tournament Jan. 21.

    As an early season favorite to win the coveted title, the Raiders hit the hardwood with high hopes, but the team’s low energy seemed to contribute to the 57-62 loss to the Wildcats.

    Guard Aaron Law, one of five seniors on the team, put 7 points on the board during the first period, but it wasn’t enough as the Raiders trailed 13-16 at the buzzer.

  • MILTON BRIDGE WORK POSTPONED

    Work on the Milton-Madison Bridge previously scheduled to begin tomorrow and continue through Feb. 3 has been postponed. Workers had planned to complete drilling of support piers for stability testing, a process that began Jan. 16. Andrea Clifford, spokesperson for the Kentucky Department of Highways, blamed forecasted inclement weather for the delay. Testing has not been rescheduled as of press time Jan. 27.

  • Offering vocal music, other fine arts in local schools a great idea

    At Thursday’s meeting of the Carroll County School Board, there was discussion of bringing more fine arts and humanities subjects back into the schools.

    Superintendent Lisa James said she wants to see choir offered at Kathryn Winn Primary School, as well as the other schools in the district. She says there are a lot of students in the district with vocal talent who would benefit.

    I couldn’t agree more.

  • BLIZZARD HITS REGION

    Crews are hard at work in Carroll and surrounding counties to restore power to thousands left in the cold and dark from this week's snow and ice storms.

    Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold "Shorty" Tomlinson said Thursday morning (Jan. 29) that the National Guard Armory on State Hwy. 227 in Carrollton was opened Wednesday night as an emergency shelter for those who need a place to stay overnight or a place to warm up during the day.