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Today's News

  • Rains halt creek repairs in county

    The Trimble Banner The deluge that dumped another 4.5 inches of rain onto parts of the Trimble County Thursday and Friday, Oct. 8-9, has frustrated repair efforts in some county creeks damaged by torrential rains Aug. 4. All the work completed so far to remove rock washed down into Corn Creek and repair its banks was basically reversed, Tri

  • Officers thanked for recovering motorcycle

    Editor:

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank Trimble County Sheriff Tim Coons and Kentucky State Police Trooper Trimble for the recovery and return of my motorcycle.

    Their quick response and diligence on this case was overwhelming.

    Thanks again.

    Greg Waddle

    Bedford, Ky.

  • Monitoring monarch migration

    The Trimble Banner

    For 12 years, second-graders in Carolee Kunkel’s class at Bedford Elementary School have watched caterpillars turn into monarch butterflies.

  • Trimble Raiders hand Carroll Panthers first loss of season

    Landmark News Service

    “Tonight, we played football the way it’s supposed to be played!”

  • DAR honors students

    The Polly Hawkins Craig Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their April 21 luncheon at the General Butler State Resort Park to honor the recipients of the Good Citizens Award given annually to outstanding high school students.

    Regent Nancy Jo Grobmyer presented this year’s Good Citizen Awards to two outstanding young ladies, Christin Stoops, a senior at Carroll County High School; and Molly Wright, a senior at Christian Academy of Carrollton.

  • Two Indiana men die after jumping off bridge

    Milton Volunteer Fire and Rescue and Kentucky State Police were called to the Milton-Madison Bridge last week in two seperate incidents in which witnesses saw men jumping off the Ohio River span. The first incident occurred about 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17. KSP Public Information Officer Seth Willis said witnesses watched as a Madison man parked his car on the bridge near the Indi

  • TRIMBLE COUNTY NEWS AT A GLANCE

    Bedford man charged

    in stabbing incident

    Jeff Elam, 45, was arrested Thursday, July 2, after a New Hope Road man called 9-1-1 to report he’d been stabbed.

    Trimble County Sheriff Tim Coons said Elam was apprehended at his home on U.S. 421 in Bedford within 20 minutes of the alleged assault, which occurred at 1 p.m.

    The victim, Tony Redman, was treated for a stab wound to his leg, receiving six stitches at King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison. He was released the same day.

  • Runnin’ Raiders stand tall against tough competition

      SPECIAL TO THE BANNER Some very competitive high-school races were held at Louisville’s Tom Sawyer Park on Saturday, an event that featured top-ranked schools from Tennessee, West Virginia, Indiana and Kentucky.  The Lady Raiders’ pack running earned them a seventh-place finish out of 25 teams. Four Lady Raiders mad

  • Villwock wins record eighth Governor’s Cup

    The Trimble Banner

    MADISON, Ind. – Dave Villwock and the U-16 Miss Elam Plus racing team were absent during most of the 2008 unlimited hydroplane season after winning back-to-back Indiana Governor’s Cup titles in 2006 and 2007. The team returned to Madison this past weekend and took up where they left off by holding the unlimited fleet at bay, winning the Madison Regatta in convincing fashion.

  • Editor:

    On July 14 at 8 p.m., I received a phone call from a man, who I could hardly understand due to his accent. He asked for me by name and read to me information he had on my address and bank’s name.

    He told me he was sending me a new Medicare card and $50 in cash, and said he needed to deposit the money into my bank account.

    I asked where he was calling from, and he replied, “Washington, D.C.” I told him I already have a Medicare card, and he said, “Throw it away!”