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Today's News

  • Technology expected to boost TCMS test scores

    The Trimble Banner Trial runs of programs to be implemented next year at Trimble County Middle School show promise for helping the school climb out of Tier 1 status under the federal No Child Left Behind program, according to Principal Mike Genton. Tier 1 status means the school fell short of educational goals established by NCLB. In 2008-0

  • Carroll’s Big Brothers/Sisters launched

    The Carroll County chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters is now official. Several components had to be finalized before the agency could be officially launched, according to the Rev. Chris White, chairman of the local agency’s board of directors. “Our budget for 2010 had to be in place. We had to have a board of directors and we h

  • ‘Poem’ about candidates showed desperation, fear

    Editor: This is in regard to the lovely poem surfacing in our community mailboxes about two of our magistrates and judge. Why do we personally have to attack people? Why couldn’t the person or persons responsible for it sign their name at the bottom of it? Or use the correct names of the three people? Do you know these people personally? Do you care if they have famili

  • Carroll County Softball
  • NEWS AT A GLANCE

    Calling all artists ... entries sought for library show Entries are being sought for the Judith Pratt Shields Memorial Art Exhibition to run through June at Trimble County Public Library. Applications are available at the library, or contact Lynn Horine at (502) 255-7500 or via e-mail at lhorine@insightbb.com Sub-missions

  • Antique tractor show sees growth

    Editor:   The Pioneer Power Club held it’s 8th annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show on May 7-9. It was a show for all tractor enthusiasts and has grown steadily in the last eight years. This year we grew to a total of 201 tractors and antique gas engines, There was a petting zoo, crafts, live demonstrations, kiddie pedal tr

  • Times have changed; law experience needed

    Editor: If you read the newspaper two weeks ago, you would see Tim Coons has made sure our small county is well-covered, with a sheriff’s department that is rich in experience and professionalism, given the budget he has to work with. I applaud those deputies willing to do this work for no pay. Thank you, Tim, for your adminstration&r

  • WHAT'S HAPPENING IN TRIMBLE COUNTY THIS WEEK

    Friday, May 14 Tri-County Community Action Agency Monthly Mobile Food Pantry for Trimble County residents is 3-5 p.m. on second Friday each month at Milton Baptist Church. Fresh produce/bring a box. Saturday, May 15 Trimble County Public Library offers Basic Computer Classes for Job Seekers from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library. For information or to register, call (502) 255-7362

  • 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