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Today's News

  • WINTER’S ONE-TWO PUNCH

    The Trimble Banner

    Winter delivered a double-whammy to Trimble County, with a 2- to 3-inch snowfall Friday night followed by another 8 inches Tuesday, closing all schools and some businesses throughout the region Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

    County Clerk Jerry Powell closed his office before noon Tuesday. His staff made it in, but he said they had had no customers most of the morning. He said other offices in the county courthouse also were closing early Tuesday.

  • Kicking off Early Head Start

    The Carroll County School District will hold an open house for the new Early Head Start program Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Carroll County Public Library. The open house will provide both an opportunity for parents to receive more information about the program, as well as further details about the new jobs the program will cre

  • Ladies open district play against Gallatin Co

    The Lady Panthers will be busy preparing for their opening-round district match-up with Gallatin County next Tuesday night, despite the hindrance of the snow. “We’re just hoping that it doesn’t snow so much, and we can get back in the gym and have after-school practices like we’re used to,” Head Coach Randy Meff

  • Lady Panthers ‘hang with’ ranked Highlands

    Fatigue reigned supreme Saturday afternoon as Carroll County’s Lady Panthers hosted Highlands High School of Fort Thomas, Ky. Highlands took home a 51-43 win after the final horn sounded. It was the second game in less than 24 hours for both teams. and at times the play was a bit sluggish. It was a little too sluggish to the liking of

  • Independents should have voice in primaries

       As we prepare for a year of electing our county officials, my feelings of being left out of the electoral process have started to surface, again. Carroll County’s elections for county officials will likely be decided this May when the primary is held, being that there are no Republicans running for office. But when I moved

  • Wintery Blast

    Winter has struck with a vengeance, blasting the entire country with blistery temperatures and heaps of snow. In Carroll County, two snowfalls totaled an estimated foot and a half in some areas, blanketing everything in white. Local snow crews have been working around-the-clock to ensure that the roads are safe for drivers. Carrollton Public Works Supervisor Ronnie Knight said h

  • Today is Treasure Finder Day in Carroll County

    Wednesday, Feb. 17, has been designated as Treasure Finder Day in Carroll County, from noon to 4 p.m., at the old courtroom of the Carroll County Courthouse, 440 Main Street, in Carrollton. Kentucky State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach visited Carrollton Friday to introduce the program to local government officials and volunteers who will assist

  • CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Wednesday, Feb. 17 Carrollton Rotary Club meet every Wednesday at noon at Butler Park lodge. AA Big Book study groups meets every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Carrollton Christian Church, 310 Fifth St. Carroll County High School Site Based Decision Making Council meets at 4 p.m. in the high school conference room. Carroll County High School is

  • Senior Lady Panthers leave with a win

    The Lady Panthers (13-10) pulled out a 40-25 win on senior night over the Williamstown Lady Demons, despite a sub-par offensive performance. “We’re happy to get a win on senior night. It’s a special occasion for our team,” Head Coach Randy Mefford said. Carroll County shot 35 percent from the field on 17 of 49 shoot

  • Stewart announces run for county jailer

    Editor:

    My name is Michael L. Stewart, and I am running for Trimble County jailer.

    There have been people asking which “Mike” Stewart” I am, because there are three of us in the county. 

    I am a lifelong resident of Trimble County and the son of Robert W. Stewart. I have worked in farming and construction my whole life and I am a 1980 graduate of Trimble County High School. 

    My wife, Jayna (Stethen) Stewart, and I live in Milton, Ky.