Today's Features

    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Bedford Deputy City Clerk Rita Davis is a Certified Kentucky Municipal Clerk. She received the certification July 24, 2015. It takes three years to obtain the certification.
    Applicants must successfully complete 120 hours of course study by the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association as approved by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. Rita accomplished this goal by hard work and even harder by being the only employee in city hall. Rita has worked for the City of Bedford for over eighteen years.

  • Saturday, Sept. 19
    Ann Johnson, former employee of the Kentucky Historical Society, Cemetery Preservation Program is now a Consultant and Sole Proprietor of “Sacred Ground” is having a seminar and workshop in receiving, protecting and preserving family cemeteries at the Trimble County Cooperative Extension Office at 1 p.m.
    Providence Baptist Church is having a free community fish fry on Saturday, September 19, from 4:00 to 6:00. Call (502) 532-6321 or (502) 310-9016 for more information.
    Monday, Sept. 21

  • Community Baby Shower for expecting parents and parents with children up to 24 months of age will be held at the Morgan Community Center on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M.  Lunch will be provided and lots of prizes given away.  Arrive by 11:15 to be eligible for the grand prize drawing.  If you have any questions, call 633-1231 and ask for the Hands Department.

  • I have always had an admiration for grace, rhythm, and dexterity. I possess none of the above. Be that as it may, I have learned to laugh at my blunders. If I didn’t have a sense of humor I would hide under the house in abject mortification; sneaking out only at night to raid the refrigerator.

  • A lot of terminology exists surrounding genetically modified organisms, also known as GMOs, and other methods of food biotechnology. It can get confusing. Some basic information can help you as a consumer make informed decisions about the kinds of foods that are best for your family.
    First, here’s a little background on the history of food biotechnology.

  • Industrial hemp research at the University of Kentucky is moving along in its second year. In August, I attended a field day that Researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment hosted to showcase their current hemp projects, conducted under the guidance of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

  • Sept. 12, 1985 (30 Years Ago)
    C. Leslie Dawson, Transportation Cabinet Secretary, writes that engineers “have looked into the possibility of a truck escape ramp on the U.S. 421 hill approaching the City of Milton and an approach to the bridge across the Ohio River. After reviewing this situation, I am advised that we have an ongoing project and are moving toward finalization of the project.” The entire project will cost about $356,000, which will include designs, rights-of-ways, utilities and construction.