The Trimble Banner Bedford City Commission awarded Gerald Kincaid of Bagdad, Ky., a one-year contract to handle sexton duties at Bedford Cemetery during a special meeting Wednesday, April 14. Kincaid was one of four bidders for the contract, which includes mowing and other lawn care, as well as opening and closing graves, maintanance and repairs. Mr. Kincaid had the lowest bid o
The Trimble Banner Residents have another opportunity to help clean up Trimble County. Fiscal Court is sponsoring Household Hazardous Waste Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at Trimble County Park. The event is going to be managed by Safety Kleen of New Castle, Ky. On Monday, April 19, county solid waste coordinator Matt Gossom told Fiscal Court that all oil collect
The Trimble Banner Once, when Carl Allen was about 8 or 10 years old, he was riding on a wagon with his Uncle Will. They passed a house where an old man with a long, white beard sat on the porch. Uncle Will said the old man was probably 70 years old, Allen recalled. At the time, he said, “I thought, ‘I
Dr. H. Shirmer Riley, 81, of Madison, Ind., died Monday, April 19, when his single-engine Piper Commanche crashed shortly after takeoff about 11:30 a.m. from Madison Municipal Airport in Jefferson County, Ind.
Champions for a Drug Free Carroll County is sponsoring an evening event Friday, April 23, to increase awareness of the issues connected with child abuse, substance abuse and preventing both in our community. The event will be held on the courthouse square from 5-7:30 p.m., and will feature free food and entertainment. Included in the enterta
Easter Seals Camp Kysoc in Carrollton will cease operation effective May 29. Cardinal Hill Healthcare System, based in Lexington, made the annoucement Monday. The firm also said its lease on the property at 1902 Easterday Road (Hwy. 36) would be assumed by Jefferson Community and Technical College. For that to happen, local officials say the transfer will require approval of the K
The Friends of Butler, a nonprofit organization established to sustain, foster and further the heritage of the historic Butler family who settled on the land that is now General Butler State Resort Park, is currently conducting a membership drive. “Every park has its focal point,” Friends of Butler President Majorie Bowers said.