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Today's Features

  • The University of Kentucky last week entertained a group of more than 180 elite high school sophomores from around the Commonwealth as part of the prestigious “Class of Kentucky” program. The elite group included Trimble County High School sophomore Conner Ball, son of Les and Linda Ball of Bedford.

  • Wednesday-Friday               July 25-27
    Trimble County Band Pre-Camp will be held at the TC High School from 8 a.m.-noon for All Guard and Percussion members.

    Mt. Hermon Baptist Church on Palmyra Road will be hosting Vacation Bible School from 6:30-8:30 p.m..  Children ages 3 and up are encouraged to join us on our Space Quest!  Call 255-4732 for further details.

  • When we get into the heat of the summer, making sure to still get some exercise, and doing it safely, can be a challenge.  It is important to know how the hot weather affects your body, how to avoid heat related illness and when you should stop exercising out in the heat.

    How Hot Weather Affects Your Body — have you ever been really red in the face or skin after exercising in the heat?  When you exercise your body temperature will rise. When it is hot outside, that also affects your body’s temperature.

  • Make plans to join us for the 2012 Woodland Owners Short Course.  This program is a great opportunity for you and your family to learn how to enhance your woodlands and get the most from your ownership experience.  Most woodland owners are not aware of the wide variety of organizations and programs available to help them care for their woodlands.

  • 30 Years Ago (July 22, 1982)
    Trimble County’s 1982-83 budget is the smallest one in the state according to recently released figures filed with the Kentucky State Finance Department. The budget, passed in May of 1982 and adopted June 25, 1982, is $507,269.00. The highest is Fayette County at $75,728,850.00.

  • Wednesday, July 18
     Ages K-2nd grade: Celebrate books and reading in book club!  This is a fun program for kids who have outgrown story times but still love to share stories, play games and make a craft at the library! Starts at 10:30 a.m.

    Trimble County Public Library offers teen crafters for 7th graders and up an opportunity to craft Pop Tab Bracelets from 2-3 p.m.  Bring a friend, listen to music and get artsy. It is yours to keep. Registration is not required.