Community News

  • Historic number of lives saved in 2017 through organ donation

    2017 was a groundbreaking year in national and local efforts to save lives through organ donation. In Kentucky, 2017 marked the second highest number of lives saved. Thanks to 108 heroic organ donors and their families, 361 organs were recovered and transplanted.  Tissue donations from 330 people helped heal thousands of patients.

  • Milton Elementary second 9 weeks honor roll

    The following students made the honor roll during the second nine weeks at Milton Elementary.

    Fourth Grade

    All A’s

    Sue Barrera, Zack Busack, Ellie Consley, Emmy Felts, Chloe Ginn, Brylee Jones and Aubrie Martin.

    All A/B’s

    Erin Boggs, Aiden Cable, Parker Edwards, Bailey Foster, Emma Heaton, Savannah Hendricks, Cheyenne Marsee, Jacqueline McCoy, Emmy Newby, Peyton O’Neal, Sophie O’Neal, Caleb Patrick, Liberty Smith, Bella Stewart and Austin Wilson.

    Fifth Grade

    All A’s

  • Gospel concert is Saturday

    Apostolic Pentecostal Church of the Living God, 124 Smith Lane in Bedford will offer a free concert by gospel singer, Mark Bishop, 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 27. All are invited. Free admission, love offering will be accepted. For more information please call Pastor Bobby Wade (502) 255-7510.

  • North American Stainless environmental staff discusses metal recycling at Rotary

    Special to the Banner

    Global activities for the recycling of used materials to reduce waste and transform it into useful products have accelerated the past several decades. This is part of a global effort to lessen the human footprint on our planet.

  • Rotary gets update on Haiti work

    Special to the Banner

    Chartered Rotary International clubs are required to demonstrate interests beyond the borders of local communities when able. Clubs and districts apply for grants to help provide better living conditions, health and education in developing countries.

  • Hope for our soul's cold winter

    For the past few years, Christmas hasn’t felt merry.

    We’ve had some family struggles -- what family hasn’t at times? -- that have put a damper on our desire to celebrate. We didn’t even put up our Christmas tree the past two years.

    However, this year my husband surprised me by bringing the tree down from the attic the day after Thanksgiving while I was at work.

    He sent me a photo, which flipped a switch in my head. It hit a “hope” spot inside me, and I couldn’t wait to decorate it.

  • Devoid of grace


    I’ve finally come to terms with the fact that there is positively no situation in which I won’t collide, trip, stumble over or sideswipe while attempting to navigate. My acceptance of this situation has completely changed my attitude toward my stupendous degree of ungainliness. I’ve spent many, many hours forcibly laughing my way through yet another disaster.

  • Luther's Christmas Day sermon

    This year we celebrated the 500th Anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Thus it seems especially fitting to draw our Christmas meditation from Martin Luther, specifically from a sermon he preached on a Christmas Day some five centuries ago. Reading this sermon I was immediately struck by two of the enduring characteristics of the best of Protestant preaching: its compelling clarity, and its unembarrassed intelligence.

  • Church thespians to present Christmas play tonight

    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • KSP’s ‘Cram the Cruiser’ food drive collects record amount

    FRANKFORT – The Kentucky State Police “Cram the Cruiser” food drive collected nearly 210 tons (419,507 lbs.) of food this year to help Kentucky families struggling financially during the holiday season. That’s 79,851 lbs. more than last year., according to a statement from Trooper Steven C. Dykes, public information officer for KSP Post 5 at Campbellsburg.