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Today's News

  • Arrest made in Cton shooting

    A Carrollton man was arrested in connection with a May 3 shooting in Carrollton. Randy Howard Sr., 45, came to the police station with his attorney and was interviewed and arrested on May 6, according to police Chief Mike Willhoite. He was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Howard

  • Panthers top Raiders in 5

    Carroll County scored early and often Monday to defeat visiting Trimble County 13-2 in five innings at Panther Field. It was the second win over Trimble in four days for the Panthers who ousted the Raiders 17-7 in the opening round of the NCKC tournament on Thursday. The Panthers put four runs across the plate in the bottom of the first inni

  • Jihoo Kim leaves positive impression on Carrollton

    As the school year winds down, students are getting antsy about beginning their summer vacations. However, this time also marks the end for Jihoo Kim and his visit to the United States. A foreign exchange student, he will return to his home in Gwangju, South Korea on June 1 after spending the school year with Carroll County residents Dennis and Kathy Goff. The United Methodist Chu

  • Support for students’ prom dream appreciated

    Editor: The 2010 Carroll County High School Prom was a safe and successful event for our young people. I would like to thank Mr. Leeper, Mr. Stephens, Ms. Hilton, Ms. Martin, Mr. and Ms. Root, Ms. Alice, Richelle Wheeler, Herb Kinman, Kevin and Jeanne Brindley, Cornerstone Floral and everyone else for all the time and effort in making t

  • Melvin hopes to continue serving District 2

    Editor:

    As you read this article, the May Primary Election is fast approaching.

    I want to express my sincere thanks for the opportunity you gave me to serve as our magis- trate the past seven years.

    Knowing you trusted me to serve and be responsible for cre- ating ordinances to govern the county – as well as administrating the county’s budget and manag- ing services and departments that profoundly affect our lives –has been a great privilege.

  • WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK IN TRIMBLE COUNTY

    Thursday, May 6

  • Republican endorses Liter for District 1

    Editor:

    I am a Republican for Chris Liter.

    Four years ago, Chris Liter ran for a public office and at that time I felt he was the most qualified for the office of magistrate. My views and opinions have not changed.

    Chris worked for me at Robus Leather Company as a lab technician. He was never late; preformed his duties in a timely, professional manner; and never failed to complete a task assigned to him. Therefore as a magistrate, you can expect of him the same loyalty and dedication to that office, if he is elected.

  • MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR JUDGE-EXECUTIVE

      The Trimble Banner

  • Carcass removal eeco-pay questioned

    Editor:

    Why are Trimble County farmers charged a $15 co-pay for dead animal removal? As a member of the Trimble County Cattlemen’s Association, in April 2009 I made a motion that was carried to fund the county $4,500 to fund the deceased animal disposal assistance program, requesting that farmers not have to pay a fee for disposal.

    As a farmer, I know that losing livestock creates a hardship, itself; then to have to add the expense of disposal may cause someone to look at other means of disposal. We all want proper disposal of deceased animals.

  • Milton officials to get raises

    The Trimble Banner