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Today's Features

  • Recently, my husband came home from work and told me he was in charge of a project that involved the development and installation of a robot.
    Upon hearing this bit of news I became excited and my imagination began to conjure all manner of wonderful possibilities! My husband was going to make a robot! That staple of so many science fiction dramas! Robots have had so many incarnations! Television and movies have imbued robots with personalities as multifaceted as any human’s.

  • April 18 is Stress Awareness Day.  Everybody experiences both good and bad stress. It comes from mental, emotional and physical activity. But the way we interpret and react to stress is unique and personal. What may be relaxing to one person may be stressful to another. Good stress can be healthy and useful. It helps us get to an appointment on time or meet a deadline.

  • The smell of fresh cut grass wafting through the neighborhood is one of the surest signs of spring. You should already be thinking about lawn care since it’s time to clip the grass for the first time. Your most important annual lawn duties begin with that first mowing.

  • By Trevor Browning

    During my tenure as an art student at Trimble County High School, my focus has always been to be as expressive as I could be in as many art forms as possible. This meant venturing further into foreign realms of art, outside my own focus in theatre, and experiencing as many new opportunities as I could. My many adventures as an artist have been largely impacted by the dexterous, artistic maestro that is Bonnie Peugeot.

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  • Recently, I met a woman who had moved to the area to stay with family after a painful divorce and some health problems on top of that.
    She had lost everything and was starting over.
    “I’m too old for this,” she said, although she didn’t divulge her age. She looked to be maybe 40, which isn’t old, but when you’ve lost everything and you’re starting over in a place you really, really, really don’t want to be but feel you have no choice and nowhere else to go, any age is too old, I suppose.

  • Pleasant View Baptist Church in Wises Landing will host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 15. Hot dogs and chips will be served at around noon. The egg hunt will follow. Everyone is welcome!

  • April 2, 1987 (30 Years Ago)

  • The Bedford Rotary Club heard directly from recently appointed Sheriff Kelton about his qualifications and approach to his new responsibilities for Trimble County. Our group knew quite a lot about his background and goals from previous articles by the Madison Courier and the Trimble Banner covered much about Sheriff Kelton.  Sheriff Kelton was kind enough to repeat much of this and fielded questions about upcoming challenges.