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Today's News

  • Devilish time at Angels' car show

    The Trimble Banner Visitors to the Asphalt Angels’ October car show were greeted by sunny skies, crisp autumn air and some ghastly sights Sunday, Oct. 11, at Milton City Park. Angels’ member Joy Kidwell said the seventh annual Terry McCord Memorial Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show reached the 100-entry mark and attracted at least

  • County sets nonemergency ambulance rates

    The Trimble Banner Trimble County Fiscal Court has set “private pay” rates for residents who require nonemergency ambulance service for patient transport to local or regional hospitals by Trimble County Ambulance Service. The court voted Sept. 21 to set the rates at $300 for local nonemergency trips, such as to Carroll County Me

  • Cross-country team dominates first home meet

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER   The Trimble County cross-country team pulled out the broom and swept the competition last Tuesday night in their first home race of the season.  All four teams won their races by big margins on a rainy and muddy night. Participating teams were from were Gallatin County, Eminence, Walton-Verona, and He

  • Hospital facelift underway

    Remodeling is underway in the medical-surgical wing of the Carroll County Memorial Hospital.

    The wing was a part of the 1971 expansion to the hospital, which was opened in 1955. The board of directors for the CCMH Corporation began discussing the project two to three years ago and will be receiving progress reports at their monthly meetings.

  • Lady Raiders end volleyball season 11-10

    Special to The Banner The Trimble County High School volleyball team honored its seniors during the last home game of the 2009 season Thursday, Oct. 8. Rachel Massie, Megan Morris and Kim Minch were honored for their participation in the sport before playing their final home game against the Walton-Verona Lady Bearcats. The Lady Rai

  • Event helps build business for county

    Editor:

    On Sept. 17, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and Carroll County Community Development Corp. partnered in hosting its second annual Business Celebration Day.  

    The event was free to the public and showcased about 40 chamber members.   Food was served, inflatables were available for children, and a fashion show was hosted by both Carrollton Wal-Mart and VF Outlet. The theme this year was a Think Local, Buy Local Campaign, and all members received a Buy Local Window Cling to display in their businesses.  

  • TCHS band room needs repair

    Editor: The band room at Trimble County High School is a shambles. No matter how much the band director or the band members try to clean it, it still is in bad need of repair.  The tile and carpet have been down for too many years to even mention. The walls are in need of repainting. Band members even state that there are ants in the c

  • Cannon arrested on animal cruelty charges

    A Worthville man has been arrested and charged with cruelty to animals, second-degree, in connection with the alleged confinement of more than 200 animals in less than optimal conditions.

    Donnie R. Cannon was arraigned before District Court Judge Thomas M. Funk on Oct. 7. Cannon was released from the Carroll County Regional Detention Center after posting bail. He faces a court date on Oct. 22. The misdemeanor charge is punishable by up to 12 months in jail and a $500 fine, if he is found guilty.

  • Longtime friend shares Eldon Brown memorial

    By LISA CONNOR

    Special to The News-Democrat

    Eldon Brown’s life began on Oct. 25, 1959 in Covington. He was born to Eldon and Janet Brown. Life for the Brown family was difficult, and it was especially trying to care for a child as rambunctious and as energetic as their little Eldon.  

  • County’s tax collection undergoes changes

    Property tax bills have been delivered to households in Carroll County, but land owners may have already noticed a change. The bills have been simplified, and there are a few other modifications property owners should be made aware of before heading down to the courthouse this year.