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Today's News

  • Chrysler sues to take over Carrollton dealership

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    The Chrysler Corporation seized control of the Todd Nelson Chrysler Jeep Dodge dealership Monday after filing suit in Carroll County Circuit Court against the dealership and Nelson for default and breach of contract and seeking more than $2 million in missing funds.

  • Lady Panthers win season’s first conference match

    By ANGELA WOODS

    CCHS Correspondent

    The Carroll County High School varsity volleyball team passed, set and spiked their way to victory in the first match of the season Tuesday, Aug. 12.

    The girls volleyball team played at Williamstown, winning the first game 25-11 and second game – and the match – 25-23.

    It was the Lady Panthers’ first step toward the team’s goal of taking the championship this year.

  • Film promotes Carroll County tourism

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    Fog just evaporated and the river had a hint of blue to it, when Aaron Hutchings of the Ghent Media Center asked for the first take of two local actors in a tourism infommercial.

    Angela Franklin and Lonnie Crutcher were hosts in a short film that will be seen in local hotels touting everything Carrollton. Production with live actors began Saturday at Point Park, but the production team has been at it for weeks.

  • 'Welcome Bag' donors helped make good memories of Carrollton

    Editor:

    On behalf of the Carrollton/Carroll County Tourism Office, I would like to thank those who contributed to the “Welcome Bag” items distributed to members and competitors at the National Bass Anglers Association fishing tournament May 13-17 at Point Park in Carrollton.

    Because of your generosity, visitors from outside our community received a warm hometown welcome and fond memories. Word of mouth goes a long way in promoting our community, and your support helps to ensure that Carroll County is a place that they will want to visit again and again.

  • Dow Corning recognized with state safety award

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    Working one million hours without a lost time injury or illness is a distinction any company would be proud to acknowledge.

    Dow Corning Carrollton Site was recognized for that feat in a presentation from Mark Brown of the Governor’s Safety and Health office Tuesday afternoon.

    Dow Corning also received another mark of distinction Tuesday accepting a plaque from Aaron Keatley from the Department of Environmental Protection, welcoming them into the KY EXCEL program.

  • Court joins counties in suit against state policy

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    Carroll County Fiscal Court passed a resolution Tuesday, Aug. 12, to join 119 counties in Kentucky that have filed a lawsuit against the state seeking changes in how the state pays for housing prisoners who face felony charges.

    State prisoners are housed in the Carroll County Regional Detention Center, which is self-supporting and relies on income from the state, and fees paid by local inmates, to operate.

  • Police allege man intended to shoot co-worker

    By LORRIE KINKADE

    The Trimble Banner

    Officers with the Kentucky State Police, Trimble County Sheriff’s Department and Madison [Indiana] Police Department may have thwarted a man’s plan to shoot co-workers at a local construction site.

    Robert E. Gibson, 42, of Main Street in Madison, Ind., was arrested Thursday, Aug. 7 on two counts of terroristic threatening and lodged in the Carroll County Regional Detention Center.

  • School and apartments in Bedford burglarized

    By LORRIE KINKADE

    The Trimble Banner

    A Bedford woman was arrested last week accused of burglarizing multiple homes.

    Kayla Danielle Purvis, 20, was arrested Aug. 8 and charged with two felony counts of second-degree burglary and several misdemeanors, including theft of services, third-degree criminal mischief, failure to notify address change and public intoxication by controlled substance.

  • Bowlarama jamboree set for Saturday

    By SHARON GRAVES

    The News-Democrat

    A middle school football jamboree and a digital photography class are joining forces Saturday, Aug. 16 for a first ever Bowlarama.

    Twelve middle school teams will invade Panther Field at the Carroll County High School complex and Tim Hendricks will be conducting a photography class using the football games as the subject matter.

  • Family business remains on “course” after 40 years

    By LORRIE KINKADE

    The Trimble Banner

    As an employee of Madison, Indiana’s Clifty Creek power plant during the mid-1960s, Jerry Stark regularly overheard co-workers regaling others with golf stories. Though he, nor his wife Sharon, had ever taken a swing on the links, she said those tales encouraged the couple to transform 104 acres of Trimble County farmland into Cardinal Hills Golf Course. That was 40 years ago this month.