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Today's News

  • New genealogist seeks information on family

    I have lived in Trimble County for the past 26 years and just recently decided to start searching for some family history. I want information on my great-grandparents, Newt Perry and Pauline Watson Perry. If anyone has information to share, please call me at (502) 255-7273. Karen Lovens Bedford  

  • Road plan topic of Milton city

    The Trimble Banner Two residents attended a public hearing Monday at Milton City Hall held to help identify roads that should be given priority during the upcoming fiscal year. City Clerk Shannon Hoskins told Milton commissioners earlier this month that about $20,000 would be available in the 2010-11 city budget. Kenneth McCoy and Joe

  • Schools set SBDM council elections

    The election for parent members of the 2010-11 Bedford Elementary School Site Based Decision Making Council is 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, May 13, in the school lobby. Candidates are Tony Walker, Leigh Ralston, Stacey Melvin and John Ogburn. At Milton Elementary School, the SBDM Council election for parent members on

  • PARTNERS IN SOLVING CRIME

    The Trimble Banner In a darkened conference room at the Kentucky State Police Post 5 headquarters in Campbellsburg, representatives from law-enforcement agencies throughout the six counties in the Post 5 district were learning to use a new website intended to aid in drug investigations. The site is set up as a sort of database, where officers and detectives give share limited but

  • CORRECTIONS/CLARIFICATIONS

    On Page 7 of the May 5, 2010, issue, Stephen Stark was mistakenly identified as an unopposed candidate.

    Don McCarty also is seeking the magistrate seat for District 4 and will be on the ballot May 18.

  • Leadership program encourages teens to ‘follow their hearts’ in serving community

    The Trimble Banner Ideas ranged from spending time with senior citizens and helping ensure children have something to eat over a weekend to helping with an organization that provides therapy to special-needs children through horses. Those were the projects that students in the Trimble County High School Teen Leadership Program either completed during the school year, or have comm

  • Members of the Trimble County Klunkers are escorted Saturday down Connector Road toward the Pioneer Power Club tractor show in Carrollton. Fourteen riders participated to raise funds for the Klunker’s Relay for Life team, lining up at 9 a.m. in the parking lot at Trimble County Middle School after having a good, hearty breakfast. This was the eighth year for the tractor sh

  • Graduates should be celebrated, not mourned

    Editor: We are nearing the time during which many young people will celebrate a lifetime of accomplishments as they graduate from high school and move toward their life’s goals.  Family and friends will gather together for a festive occasion to commemorate this awesome milestone. Traditionally, this is also a time when alcohol enters into the mix and brings tragic re

  • Teenage drinking has a big price tag

    Editor: We are nearing the time where many young people will celebrate a lifetime of accomplishments as they graduate from high school and move toward their life goals. Family and friends will gather together for a festive occasion to commemorate this awesome milestone. Traditionally, this is also a time when alcohol enters into the m

  • Baseball Panthers win NCKC tournament

    The Carroll County Panthers have won the North Central Kentucky Conference baseball tournament for the second year in a row. The Panthers topped Trimble County in Thursday’s opening round contest at Bedford, overcame Henry County in the tournament’s final four on Saturday at Walton-Verona and went on to defeat hosts Walton-Verona