Today's News

  • Transfer of proposed JCTC campus site to cost $600,000

    Transfer of property formerly associated with Easter Seals Camp Kysoc from Cardinal Hills Healthcare System to the Kentucky Department of Parks is imminent, according to Carroll County Judge-Executive Harold “Shorty” Tomlinson. Thirty of the 124-acres are expected to be deeded almost immediately thereafter to the Jefferson Communi

  • Lady Panthers win home opener

    Senior leadership guided Carroll County past Williamstown in its home opener Thursday night. The Lady Panthers (1-1) won the first and third games, 25-22 and 25-13, respectively, and lost the second game 17-25.  “I certainly can’t complain,” Head Coach Kristen Arbinger said. “… I thought we passed extremel

  • Barnes quits VFD chief post

     “I’ve enjoyed my years of serving the community and I’m going to miss it.” Ronnie Barnes, Fire Chief of the Milton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department since 1995, has announced his upcoming resignation citing an inability to work effectively with Trimble County Fiscal Court. Barnes has not yet announced the ef

  • Trimble players contribute mightily as Henry All Stars win Bardstown tournament

    The Henry County 10-Year-Old All Star team, comprised of six players from Trimble County and three from Henry County, went undefeated to win the Summer Heat Baseball Tournament held in Bardstown on the weekend of July 24-25. In pool play on Saturday, the team defeated Shelby County 11-1 and went on to face Fern Creek, where the game was called for time limit. On Sunday, The team


    Wednesday-Thursday, July 28-29 Mount Hermon Baptist Church on Palmyra Road continues to host vacation Bible school from 6-8 p.m. nightly. The theme is Route 254, and is for children ages 2 and older. For more information, call 255-4732. Wednesday-Friday, July 28-30 Mount Byrd Christian Church will host vacation Bible sch

  • Haney finds inspiration at two-week NASA camp

    While many 16-year-olds are spending the summer at the pool or working part-time jobs, one Trimble County High School student got the chance of a lifetime – to be educated by NASA. Daniel Haney traveled 1,800 miles away from his family in Bedford to Puerto Rico for NASA’s two-week

  • An illuminating task

    Despite some nailbiting on the part of Principal Stirling “Buddy” Sampson Jr., improvements at Trimble County High School should be completed by the start of school Aug. 12. Arrow Electric of Louisville completed installation of a new, state-of-the-art lighting system in the gymnasium, which also received

  • ACT scores rise for 2009-10 juniors

    Trimble County High School juniors continued last year to improve their scores on the ACT test. The state Department of Education began requiring all juniors to take the standardized exam, usually used for college admission, regardless of whether they planned to pursue higher education. Principal Stirling “Buddy” Sampson said Fr


    Wednesday, Aug. 11 Bedford Elementary School Site Based Decision Making Council will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 11, rather than on it’s regular night, which is the second Tuesday of the month. The change accommodates the school’s open house, set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10. Thursday, Aug. 12 First day of school at all schoo

  • NASCAR race will provide a boost for local economy

    Landing a date on NASCAR’s prestigious Sprint Cup schedule has long been the dream of racing fans throughout Kentucky, southern Indiana and southwest Ohio. The prospects looked good a year ago after Gov. Steve Beshear used nearby Kentucky Speedway as a backdrop to sign into law a bill which provided incentives for business expansion i