The Bedford Rotary Club heard directly from recently appointed Sheriff Kelton about his qualifications and approach to his new responsibilities for Trimble County. Our group knew quite a lot about his background and goals from previous articles by the Madison Courier and the Trimble Banner covered much about Sheriff Kelton. Sheriff Kelton was kind enough to repeat much of this and fielded questions about upcoming challenges.
By TIM HENDRICK
Landmark News Service
Perry Park resident Renee Mullins has joined the staff of The News-Democrat and The Trimble Banner as the newspapers’ new circulation coordinator.
Mullins most recently worked at the Carroll County Memorial Hospital, handling accounts receivable for patients, before starting at The News-Democrat, March 6.
She has always worked in customer service and accounting, bring those key skills and experience to the job.
Milton Baptist Church, 10076 Hwy 421 N., in Milton, will host a Spring Revival, beginning Sunday, March 26 and continuing through Wednesday, March 29, 2017. All friends and neighbors in the Trimble County community are invited to attend. Services will start at 7:00 p.m. each evening.
By CHARLES LISTON
Special to The Trimble Banner
Thinking about carrying around a handgun for extra protection? Well, there is a lot about gun technology and safety that one needs to know, and requirement to pass a “Carry and Conceal Deadly Weapons” course is needed before a permit is granted. This was all described by Deputy Sheriff Glen Powell of the Trimble County Sheriff’s Office. Powell is well qualified to instruct in this, and has been teaching the course for many years.