Today's Features

  • 30 Years Ago (April 1, 1982)
    A group representing the Marble Hill nuclear power plant met Wednesday at the office of County Judge-Executive Clyde Greenwood and the gist of the discussion was along lines of procuring money for planning from the builders. Kentucky and Trimble County takes the position that Kentucky taxpayers shouldn’t pay a dime’s worth of cost for protection from something created by an Indiana based utility.

    James W. Egerton, Jr. has retired from the Jefferson Proving Ground after 31 years of combined military and civil service.

  • Dr. and Mrs. Tom Wilkes of Alexandria, Ky., formerly of Bedford,  and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mitchell of Carrollton would like to announce the engagement of their children Rachel Wilkes of Alexandria and Justin Mitchell of Alexandria.

  • Jeremiah & Christina (Albert) McClellan wish to announce the birth of their daughter, Scarlett Daneen McClellan. Scarlett was born on February 15, 2012 at Baptist NorthEast Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs and 6 ozs and was 20 ½ inches long.

  • Saturday, March 31
    Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, Palmyra Road, will have a Community Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 31 at 2 p.m. Join us for fun, food and fellowship. Call 255-4732 for more information.

    Wednesday, April 4
    The Trimble County Board of Education meets at the school administration building on Wentworth Avenue at 6 p.m.

    Thursday, April 5
    Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held at 7 p.m. at Bedford Baptist Church on  US Hwy 42E. Everyone welcome.

    Friday, April 6

  • My wife, Carole, and I enjoy walking in the woods on her mom and dad’s farm. On our walks, you will usually find me with camera in hand taking pictures of wildflowers or butterflies, depending on the season, or just anything that might interest me.

    If you also enjoy our native woodland wildflowers, you had better hurry! The unseasonably warm weather and recent rains this past week have brought about a flurry of early bloom. The bloom time for many of our native wildflowers is only about a week or two at most.

  • In an ideal world, everyone would treat others the way they would want to be treated. Unfortunately, we don’t live in an ideal world, and bullies exist.  

  • Kentuckians have lost a lot as a result of the March 2 tornadoes. As those hit the hardest begin to piece together their lives and rebuild, they should be on the lookout for those who may want to prey on their misfortune. Many times, after an area has been hit by a natural disaster, it will see an influx of scam artists and fly-by-night contractors.

  • Lunch menus for the week of March 26-31, 2012.

    MONDAY, March 26: Corn dog, *chili, cheese, & chips, baby carrots & broccoli w/dip, potato rounds, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit, cookie

    TUESDAY, March 27: Pizza, tossed salad, corn, pineapple/cottage cheese, frozen fruit bar, fresh fruit

    WEDNESDAY, March 28: Taco in a bag, *chicken fajita, lettuce, cheese, tomato, salsa, Mexican rice, refried beans, fresh fruit

    THURSDAY, March 29: Lasagna, *bosco stick, tossed salad, peas, pears, garlic cheese breadstick,

  • Trimble County Middle School Pricipal Mike Genton has recognized the TCMS 8th Grade Students of the Month and the Teacher and Staff Spotlight for March.

    Gabrielle Murray is the 8th Grade Female Student of the Month. Gabby’s favorite class at TCMS is Math. Gabby is a member of the band at school and also participates in marching band. Gabby’s favorite book is The Halo Series, and her favorite TV show is “Big Brother.” After high school Gabby plans to attend Morehead State University and become a veterinarian.