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Today's Features

  • Bedford was abuzz with holiday activity Friday, Dec. 4, as area residents prepared for Christmas.

    "Light Up Bedford" got into gear with vendors at the Morgan Community Center selling handmade and other items for Christmas shoppers to help fill out their lists. That evening, the Bedford Rotary held its annual chili dinner in the center's gymnasium.

  • Landmark News Service At a time in life when people usually kick back and contemplating retirement, Debbie and Mike Beeles decided to start a family. After more than 30 years of teaching and administering to hundreds of students, Debbie, the principal at Bedford Elementary, finally pulled the trigger on a decision to adopt — not one, but three children. Debbie received her e

  • The Trimble Banner

    Even when meeting Jim Pirtle and H. Shirmer Riley in person for the first time, the depth of their friendship is obvious.

    The two men have known each other for years and share many interests – but the one, true passion that seals their relationship is flying.

  • There was tons of fun to be had at Saturday's Fall Festival at Bedford Elementary School. From a cake walk, cornhole, golve and other activities, to raffles, vendors and lots of great fried-fish sandwiches, the event drew a large crowd.

  • Landmark News Service

    The Infinite Realm, a gospel music band organized by a group of Trimble County High School students in the late 1960s, will celebrate 40 years of Christian music ministry with a reunion concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at Bedford Baptist Church.

  • The Trimble Banner Their mission seemed simple: Design a rocket out of plastic 2-liter soda bottles and other materials that can be fueled by water and air pressure and launched at least 150 feet into the air. It wasn’t as simple as it seemed, but most of the students in Angela Pacheco’s advanced physics class were able to meet the challenge on the Raider athleti

  • This is a column about stories. Our newspaper is filled each week with stories about local happenings in government, school administration, courts and law enforcement, civic activities and the numerous happenings that influence our lives on an ongoing basis in Carroll County.

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    Though the official tally of attendees and funds raised at Saturday’s Fish Fry and fall festival at Milton Elementary School is not yet final, organizers were pleased with the crowds who came during the day-long event.

    There also was a large raffle, door prizes and an auction, and performances by MES students in the gymnasium.

     

  • The Trimble Banner Visitors to the Asphalt Angels’ October car show were greeted by sunny skies, crisp autumn air and some ghastly sights Sunday, Oct. 11, at Milton City Park. Angels’ member Joy Kidwell said the seventh annual Terry McCord Memorial Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show reached the 100-entry mark and attracted at least