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Opinion

  • Editor: Carrollton Federal Bank hosted a Christmas open house held at the 2539 Hwy 227 location on Dec. 11, between the hours of 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The event was held to celebrate Christmas with the community. The event was well attended and received. The attendees received individual gifts as well as homemade refreshments and enjoyed personal

  • Editor: Thank you for printing the letters to Santa section each year. It warms and humbles my heart to read these letters. I would also like to thank the many people that have contributed to this year’s Youth In Need Holiday Assistance program. We have successfully ‘adopted out’ 200 young people from 70 families. The entire community

  • Wow. I look at the calendar, and I can’t believe that another year is about to end.

  • 'Tis the holiday season, and along with all the traditional giving to family, friends and people in need comes the scourge of those who want to take advantage of the kindness of others. Or, just take advantage.

  • Editor: With colder weather settling in ,it is “comforting” to know that sixteen homes in Carroll County are warmer through the efforts of volunteers from Project Comfort. October’s blitz day allowed 60-plus volunteers to address lingering problems in the homes of seniors related to warmth and energy conservation. The crews

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  • Editor: The Carrollton Police Department hosted our ninth annual Shop With A Cop program on Dec. 17. Once again this program was very successful as we provided Christmas for 81 children in our community and spent $17,421.08. A nine year total for this program shows that we have spent $118,373.94 to provide a Merry Christmas for 577 children.

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    All 21 children and adults of Eagle Creek Resort Library would like to thank everyone who has made donations and supported the children. To name a few, we want to thank Steve Hefner, Kevin Allen, Ashley Jennings, Bruce Laudick, Larry Mason, Suzanne Mason, Chris Barnes and Grant Malone. If we have missed anyone, please accept our apologies.

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    The clients and staff at NorthKey Community Care ADT (Hope Workshop) would like to thank the American Legion Post No. 41 and The Friends of NorthKey for their generous donation that made it possible for us to enjoy our Thanksgiving dinner at the Carrollton Inn.

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    For several years, I’ve served as president of Carroll County Animal Support, and my friend JoAnn Parker has served as vice president. Both JoAnn and I have decided it’s time for us step down from these positions and let others lead the group.

    CCAS will meet at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, at Welch’s Riverside Restaurant to elect new officers for the board.

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    I would like to thank the generous people who entered the Vision of Sugar Plums cooking contest held at McNeal’s during A Christmas Carroll Dec. 5.  There were 62 beautiful desserts turned in for a chance to win a new range from McNeal’s. I could see the time and special attention the people put into their desserts.

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    The Youth Services Center would like to express a sincere “thank you” to our advisory board for all its hard work and dedication to our center. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated. Have a safe and happy holiday.

    Members are Norma Birchfield, Susan Burckle, Vickie Kemper,  Jennifer Stewart, Charlotte Unker, Richelle Wheeler, Carolyn Jones, Tina Rosenbaum, Jessica Spenneberg, Levi Underwood, Sheila Underwood, Chris White, Beth Wallace and Austin Crowell

  • Editor: This is my final letter to interested Trimble County Youth League participants. I would like to thank everyone for allowing me the opportunity to be involved in enhancing the youth of our community in the aspects of baseball, teamwork, leadership and friendship. It is time for me to step down from the TCYL board and allow a new generation to continue the development of o

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    To the citizens of Carroll County, we’d like to thank you all for your contributions to the recent "Scouting for Food" food drive. Your generosity is much appreciated.  

    As previously communicated, the 2008 count was eclipsed by nearly 1,700 items, approximately 14,800 items in all….this despite a continued sour economy. This was awesome.

    The Carroll County Schools continue to do an outstanding job of supporting the food pantry – couldn’t do it without you.

  • Dear Editor:

    We would like to thank the community volunteers at Carroll County Middle School for volunteering their time at our school library, to help our school.

    We are so grateful and appreciate them donating their time to us. Without them we would not be able to keep the library alive.

    We want to thank them for impacting our education and letting us be able to check in and out books.

    Taylor Hayden

    and Carmen McArter

    CCMS Learners

     

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    Losing everything you have in a fire must be devastating and losing it during the holidays is even worse.  

    Thank God that Linda and Herman Smith did not get injured when their house caught fire on Sunday Nov. 23, just four days before Thanksgiving.    

    Herman is a 26-year veteran.  

    An account has been opened at First National Bank of Carrollton for donations.  

    Linda and Herman lost furniture, household goods clothes and everything.  

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  • Editor: The Bedford Elementary School PTA would like to thank all of the businesses and individuals who donated to this year’s Fall Festival. Your support and generosity has again made this year’s festival a big success. Thank you to the parents, teachers, staff and students who volunteered their time and talents to make this ev

  • Editor: I am Chris Liter, and I have filed as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for District 1 magistrate in the May 18, 2010 primary election. I am a lifelong resident of Trimble County, and my family and I are proud to call it our home. Regardless if you are a registered Democrat, Republican or Independent, I intend to visit each