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Today's News

  • Poe announces run for Trimble County sheriff

    Editor:

    My name is Paul Poe, and I am running for the office of sheriff of Trimble County. I am a life-long resident of Trimble County and have always been interested in and concerned for its residents. 

    It is my desire to serve you, my fellow citizens of Trimble County, as your sheriff. If elected, I will establish the following policies:

  • Raiders bested by rival Panthers, 62-57

    The Trimble Banner

    CARROLLTON, Ky. – It was a game played in alternating spurts of momentum between the Trimble County Raiders and their hosts, the Carroll County Panthers, Tuesday, Feb. 2. 

    It was the third pairing for the rival schools, who each had previously won one game.

  • TCHS academic team wins 7th-straight district title

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER

    Different district, different opponents, doesn’t matter.  

    Trimble County High School’s academic team – despite being moved to the 29th district with Oldham, North Oldham, and South Oldham – won the district title for the seventh year in a row. 

  • Trimble third-grade AAU team wins season’s first three games

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER

    Trimble County’s third-grade AAU team got off to a good start this season.

    On Dec. 5, the Raiders took on Gallatin County and won 23-16. Anthony Adair led the Raiders with eight points, followed by Logan Clifford with five; Dane Lacefield, four; Grant Weaver, 2.

  • TCMS students raise funds to give African village clean water

    SPECIAL REPORT 

    As a school-wide service project, Trimble County Middle School is buying a water purifier for a village in Zambia, Africa.

  • Sheriff to come home Saturday

    Carroll County Sheriff Ben Smith is scheduled to be released this Saturday from Frazier Rehab Institute in Louisville, Ky. Reached by phone Tuesday morning, Smith told The News-Democrat he is feeling good and ready to come home. “Everything’s going real good,” he said of his recovery progress. Smith said his family is scheduled to bring him home Saturday morning.

  • High river level hampers work at Markland

    Disruptions due to current river and weather conditions will lengthen the duration of repair work to the 1,200-foot lock chamber at the Markland Locks and Dam. That work got underway last week, according to Carol Laboshosky, media spokesperson for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District. The dam is located on the Ohio River near

  • Panthers fall short of Homecoming win

    Andy Sisenstein raced the length of the floor with nine seconds on the clock and Carroll County trailing by three. The senior guard launched a trey and muscled his way to the rebound when the shot rimmed out. He raced to the baseline for another attempt from three-point range which bounced off the rim as the final horn sounded. It was not for

  • CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Wednesday, Feb. 10 Family Community Pharmacy Program will screen potential clients from 9-11 a.m. at the Northern Ky. Community Action Center, 220 Seventh St. Call (502) 732-5253. Carrollton Rotary Club meet every Wednesday at noon at Butler Park lodge. AA Big Book study groups meets every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Carrollton Christian Church

  • Judge appreciates continued support

    Editor: In 1999, I was appointed to be District Court Judge for Carroll, Grant and Owen counties. This appointment was made by Gov. Patten to fill the vacancy when Judge Stephen Bates left to be our Circuit Court Judge. For the past 11 years, I have been honored to serve as District Judge. As you know, the district court handles a variety