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Today's News

  • TCHS issues 94 diplomas to Class of 2010

    The Trimble Banner In the standing-room-only gymnasium at Trimble County High School, 94 members of the Class of 2010 received their diplomas – marking the completion of their 12-year education. After a performance of “My Old Kentucky Home” by the TCHS band and an invocation by Daryl Haveline, Hanna

  • Track season ends at state

    Carroll County High School’s track team wrapped up a successful track season Saturday by competing in the Class 1-A State Meet at the University of Louisville Owsley Frasier Park. The Panthers had 12 athletes competing in 21 events, according to Head Coach Joe Creager. “I was so extremely proud of our team this season,” Creager said. “We doubled the nu

  • Jennie Weaver retires after 30 years with Board of Education

    Cheerful. Positive. Happy. Energetic. Dedicated. Strong. Wonderful. Missed. Just a few words that friends and co-workers have used to describe Jennie Weaver who will be retiring from the Carroll County Board of Education on June 30 after 30 years of work with the district. Weaver started in 1980 at the Carroll County Middle School working

  • Kyndal Curry 2010 Student-Athlete of the Year Award

    To look at Kyndal Curry’s high school resume of scholastic, athletic and extra-curricular activities and accomplishments would make one wonder when she makes time to eat and sleep. What is more remarkable is the fact that Curry’s extensive resume has been written in three, not four, years of high school achievement. Nominated by

  • Court approves $11,500 repair to ambulance

    The Trimble Banner Trimble County Fiscal Court voted Friday to spend $13,500 for repair and maintenance of one of the county-owned ambulances. During the special meeting, Magistrate Kirby Melvin informed the court that the engine block needs to be replaced because of damage to a cylinder and blades on the turbo. The vehicle was refurbished after being damaged severa

  • Church yard sale proves to be successful event

    Editor:   Worthville Christian Church would like to thank the surrounding communities for the outpouring of donations for our yard sale we held May 29.   We would also like to thank everyone who came to support or just to visit our church.   We raised several hundred dollars that will go toward much needed repairs

  • Two arrests early Sunday, drugs involved

    Two Louisville residents were arrested after fleeing Carrollton police in the early morning hours of June 6 in downtown Carrollton. William C. Taylor, 34, of Louisville, was charged with second degree fleeing or evading police; second degree assault of a police officer; first degree possession of a controlled substance; first degree traffick

  • 2010 Relay has something for everyone, June 11-12

    The Trimble Banner Meetings have been held monthly, teams have been chosen, yard sales, cookouts, bake sales and bike runs have been going on for months. All to benefit the 2010 Trimble County Relay for Life. Friday night will start the third continuous year in Trimble County. And it’s the third year to use the front parking lot of Be

  • JCTC facility doesn’t land funding in state budget

    Funding for a new Jefferson Community and Technical College campus in Carrollton did not make the final budget approved May 29 by state lawmakers. While the project had been included in the Gov. Steve Beshear’s budget presented to the Kentucky General Assembly earlier this year, the $12 million in funding for the project didn’t m

  • Robbery not first incident at Milton residence

    The Trimble Banner Just over a year after two men robbed Milton resident Josh Broughton Sr. at the 284 Snell Lane home he shares with his father-in-law, Ed Snell, police are investigating a similar robbery at the same residence. This time, Broughton allegedly was shot in the shin by one of the suspects, police said. Snell called 911 to rep