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Today's Features

  • April 16, 1987 (30 Years Ago)

  • I hate clutter, although you’d never know it by looking at my desk.
    This morning I had some free time, so I decided to go through the piles of notes and scribbles scattered around, which usually results in a “random notes of grace” column.
    I hope something will be helpful or encouraging to you today:
    Some months ago, I wrote down something my friend Mike said: “I had faith that I was going to heaven, but I didn’t trust God to fix me NOW because I didn’t see how he would or could do it.”

  • The lone star tick and the American dog tick (Figure 1) are common problem species found in Kentucky and much of the eastern U.S. They are a significant threat to everyone who works, plays, hunts, hikes, or camps in or around overgrown or undisturbed areas. Reactions to bites vary from person to person based on the body’s response to the salivary mix injected by ticks as they feed. The special misery of the lone star tick bite can linger for 7 to 10 days, and there is the potential for secondary infection if the wound is contaminated during scratching.

  • EDITOR’S NOTE: This Taking Care of Business article is continued from last week.
    By TEENA DRAKE
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    During the construction of the new Milton-Madison Bridge, Debbie Crawford established a Facebook page dedicated to keeping local residents updated on the construction process.

  • By TREVOR BROWNING
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Mr. Dennie Brierly is someone I speak to on a daily basis. Despite the fact that I haven’t been enrolled in one of his classes since my freshman year, he still stops me to say hello whenever or wherever I see him. No matter if I bump into him in the hall or happen to see him on the street somewhere, Mr. Brierly is constantly smiling and asking me how I’m doing.

  • On Tuesday, May 2, there will be a Job and Career Fair in the Trimble County High School gymnasium. There will be Door Prizes for adults in attendance. Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30. The public is invited from 3:30 to 4:30. Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30.  7th – 12th grades will be attending at various times from 12-3. For a complete schedule, contact JCTC Trimble County Adult Education at 502-255-9191.

  • Bedford Springs Church at 43 Shepherd Lane, across from Signature Health Care, is hosting the singing group South of Heaven Sunday, April 23rd, at 11 a.m. during church services.  South of Heaven was named the 2016 Southern Gospel Duet of the Year and has been nominated again this year.  Everyone is invited to share in this worship experience.