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Today's Features

  • Beef producers seeking to add more value to their livestock, may want to attend the Master Stocker Program, scheduled to begin on October 25. The Kentucky Master Stocker Program is an educational program that is open to any beef producer who is involved in, or interested in, stocker cattle. This program includes eight classroom sessions. Topics covered will improve your understanding of best management recommendations for stocker and backgrounding operations.

  • Anyone can fall, but the risk of falling and being seriously injured by a fall increases with age.  One in three adults over the age of 65 falls each year, causing the majority of injury and injury-related deaths among seniors.  National Falls Prevention Awareness Day is the first day of fall, Sept 22.  This day brings attention to the seriousness of falls and the ways to prevent them.  

    Four simple ways to reduce the risk of a fall include exercise, healthy vision, safe home environments and smart medication usage.  

  • BEDFORD/MILTON ELEMENTARY

    Offered @ Breakfast Daily:Milk/Juice/Fruit/Cereal/Toast
    Breakfast -- free
    Lunch -- $1.85
    Milk  -- .45
    Offered Daily:  Milk / Juice / Chef Salad / Yogurt
    All bread is whole grain

    Monday, Sept. 17: Bosco stick, mariners sauce, glazed carrots, green beans, orange slices or baked apples

    Tuesday, Sept. 18: Chicken nuggets, pinto beans, potato wedges, apple or pear half, corn bread

    Wednesday, Sept. 19: Pizza, salad, corn, grapes or pineapple

  • 30 Years Ago (Sept. 16, 1982)
    Trimble County Superintendent, Dr. Bill Stout hand carried a proposal to the State Board of Education in Frankfort, Tuesday. The proposal outlines the local board’s plans to eliminate the deficit in their 1981-1982 budget.

    The Milton Town Board met and it was announced that the Milton Fire Department had passed its inspection by the Insurance Services Office of Kentucky. The new rating will enable Milton residents within a five-mile radius by road to have their homeowners insurance premiums reduced.

  •  Thursday, Sept. 13
    TCHS Lady Raiders volleyball hosts Walton-Verona 7:30 p.m.
    Milton City Commission  meets at 7 p.m. at the Milton Municipal Building.

     Friday, Sept. 14
    TCHS Raiders football hosts Jackson County 7:30 p.m.

    Saturday, Sept. 15
    Trimble County Historical Society will meet at 1 p.m. at the Trimble County Public Library. Civil War Generals from Kentucky DVD will be shown. Everyone welcome.

  • There is no News of Public Record to report this week. Court services across Kentucky were closed on Tuesday, Sept. 4, as the Kentucky Judicial Branch shut down for the second of three furlough days in 2012. The furloughs are one of several measures included in the Judicial Branch’s Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Reduction Plan.

    Court news correction
    Helen E. Pickens, failure to wear seat belts. Guilty plea entered. Fine paid. No, or expired registration plates, failure to produce insurance card dismissed by county attorney. Recall warrant and DOT notice.

  • Monday, Sept. 3
    12:02 a.m., traffic detail, 12000 U.S. 421N
    5:24 p.m., property damage accident, 5900 block of U.S. 42E
    8:01 p.m., traffic detail, 12000 U.S. 421N

    Tuesday, Sept. 4
    8:44 a.m., assisted motorist, New Hope Rd
    9:24 a.m., school visit, Milton Elementary School
    10:23 a.m., school visit, Trimble County Middle School
    10:35 a.m., welfare check, Pryors Fork
    10:51 a.m., animal complaint, 400 block Fisher Farm Rd
    3:02 p.m., school zone traffic detail, Trimble County Middle School

  • Winter hay supplies are expected to be short this year due to the extended drought. However, we did receive almost 2 inches of rain this past weekend that will go a long way in kick starting our pastures.  Right now is a good time to estimate the amount of hay you have on hand to see if you have sufficient supplies to meet your winter feeding needs. If you are going to be short, additional hay or feeds will need to be secured or you will have to cull animals from your herd.

  • Fall—just the thought of it brings visions of colorful leaves, cooler temperatures and wonderful Kentucky fall foods, such as sweet potatoes and apples.  Not only are these foods delicious, but they are jam-packed with nutrients.

    Apples and sweet potatoes are two of nature’s great nutritional gifts, and even the wrapping is edible.  They are low in calories, fat, and sodium.