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Today's News

  • NEWS AT A GLANCE

    Subscriptions due to fire departments The Milton and Bedford Volunteer Fire and Rescue Departments are still collecting subscription fees from Trimble County property owners. A subscription fee is required for each piece of property owned within the county that doesn’t fall within city limits of Bedford or Milton. County residents living north of New Hope Road must pay sub

  • More burglaries reported in Trimble

    The Trimble Banner In the wake of two February daytime burglaries still under investigation in Trimble County, the Sheriff’s Office responded Tuesday, March 16, to five more burglaries at residences and businesses in Milton and Bedford. Sheriff Tim Coons and deputies also responded to two residential burglaries reported Monday afterno

  • When I returned home to Ohio for visits from Connecticut, where I had moved for a job in the late 1980s, my sisters would make fun of me for locking my car.  Since 1966, when I was almost 4, we lived in the small town of Convoy, Ohio. Population about 1,000, during my childhood. There was very little crime at the time; the most egregious incidents I recall being curse words s

  • Taxidermist turns satellite TV host

    The Trimble Banner As hunting gains popularity nationwide, Kenny Parsons wants to make sure newcomers to the sport are well educated. Parsons, owner of Hide ’N’ Hook on U.S. 42 West, just on this side of the Trimble border with Henry and Oldham counties, is putting his years of experience on film, in the form of a new TV show, &

  • Mowing season starts in April at Bedford Cemetery

    Editor:

    The Bedford Cemetery Board would like to remind everyone that mowing season begins in April.

  • Take shelter during warnings, watches

    Trimble Emergency Management Director   March is severe-storm awareness month. Severe storms can strike at any time, causing long-lasting effects on the lives of our citizens. Through my office, the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management works to prepare and protect Trimble County residents from all hazards and disasters. As we saw recently, severe thunderstorms can bring

  • CHEERLEADING SQUADS PERFORM WELL IN COMPETITIONS

     

     

  • Meals on Wheels delivers nutrition

    The Trimble Banner If you thought Meals on Wheels delivered cold, boring sandwiches and “rubber chicken” dinners, think again. Recipients of the program in Trimble County are treated with yummy-looking dishes from Masterson’s Italian Restaurant in Louisville. For instance, on Monday’s menu was baked ziti, capri-blend vegetables, a mixed-vegetable salad wi

  • Consultants update board on Cartmell renovation

    Contractors working on renovations at Cartmell Elementary School have uncovered instances of masonry work problems in the original structure and asbestos that they have had to remove. Representatives from RossTarrant Architects, Inc., gave an update on the progress of the construction project currently underway at the school during the March

  • Completing census forms important for Kentucky

    Editor: For several weeks, public service announcements have stressed the importance of completing the 2010 census form which is arriving in the mail now. It is vital that we participate. There is much at stake. Billions of your tax dollars will be divided among the states based on census results. Funding for education, transportation, Medi