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Today's Features

  • The following property transfers were recorded in Trimble County during the week of May 22, 2017:
    Faron W. & Amy S. Craig to William Allan Jr. & Kristin Milner Francis-205 Honeysuckle Lane, Milton. $147,700.00.
    Secretary of HUD to Tina Buchanan-1081 Hwy 421n., Milton. $60,100.00.
    Virgie Sullivan to Mark I & Donna Mullins-209 West St., Bedford. $5,000.00
    German American Bancorp, Inc. to Hubert Michael Simpson-1144-1146 Hwy. 42 West, Bedford. $10,000.00.
    LaDonna Rena Swindall to Tina Buchanan-137 Whitaker Rd., Milton. $18,000.00.

  • A Special Meeting of the Trimble County Water District No. 1 will be held today, June 8, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at the district’s office at 34 East Morgan Drive in Bedford for the purpose of preclosing on the USDA Rural Development Loan to the District for the construction of improvements, and to review the proposed construction plans with the recommended contractor, and to consider such other business as may come before the district.

  • FRANKFORT, Ky. – Trimble County Circuit Court Clerk Stacy Bruner participated in an interactive session on the latest Kentucky court technology, got a refresher on handling probate cases and learned about recent court legislation at the 2017 Circuit Court Clerks Spring Conference on April 18-19 in Frankfort. The Administrative Office of the Courts and the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks provided the education program for the state’s circuit court clerks. The Kentucky Association of Counties hosted the event at its headquarters.

  • Mosquitoes are appearing earlier than normal this year. University of Kentucky entomologists encourage Kentuckians to take precautions to prevent mosquito bites on themselves and their pets.
    “Mosquitoes breed in standing water. The recent rains we have had, coupled with the upcoming warm weather, may help them get off to a strong start,” said Grayson Brown, entomologist in the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

  • My husband hates two things: lying and cockroaches.
    And if there’s such a thing as a lying cockroach, then that critter should especially sleep with one eye open.
    The thing about cockroaches, or “palmetto bugs,” the more genteel name they’re called in the South, they prefer staying hidden in the dark.
    So, your house could be crawling with them and you might never know since they hate the daylight. That means, once the sun goes down and you and your family are snug in your beds, these pests come out to feast and play.

  • May 28, 1987 (30 Years Ago)

  • By HILDA PARRISH
    The Trimble Banner
    Jami Lynn Hall-Mclemore, working with North Central Health Department, spoke to the Bedford City Council Tuesday Night, May 16 about the prevention and treatment of cancer. As the agent for Trimble County, she asked that the mayor and commissioners help spread the word that she is available to speak to the public at anytime, either as a group event or a one-on-one.
    She said it was very important that women get their annual checkups as a first step to detect cancer or the risk of cancer early.