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  • Trick or Treat!
  • Bedford elementary PTO revives fall festival event

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    On November 14, 2015, the Bedford Elementary School Parent Teachers Organization will be hosting their annual Fall Festival. They have not hosted one since 2013 and are excited to be offering good food, games, fellowship, a crowning of royalty and an auction. The PTO has implemented a “hunter’s lunch” due to the festival being on opening day of deer season.

  • Holocaust survivor to speak at Rotary Tues.

    Holocaust survivor and author Fred Gross, former public relations coordinator for the Trimble County Schools, will be speaking to the Bedford Rotary Club Tuesday Nov. 10. The event will be held at The Trimble County Public Library, starting at noon.
    Gross is the author of One Step Ahead of Hitler: A Jewish Child’s Journey Through France,  a memoir about his and his family’s flight from the Nazis during World War II. He was three years old when Germany invaded his native land Belgium in May 1940, finally immigrating to America in 1946.

  • Trimble County collision claims life of Tammy Goff

    The Trimble Banner
    A Friday evening traffic accident claimed the life of 40-year-old Bedford resident Tammy L. Goff, police said.
    Kentucky State Police Trooper Joshua Lawson said a call came into KSP Post 5 dispatchers at approximately 6:48 p.m. of a vehicle overturned on US 421 near the Trimble County High School in Bedford.
    Troopers along with the Trimble County Sheriff’s Office, Trimble County EMS, Bedford Fire Department, and Milton Fire and Rescue all responded to the scene.

  • High school drama club to host haunted house

    By Trevor Browning
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    In the spirit of the Halloween season, the Trimble County High School Drama Club will present their 2015 Haunted House production “Eaten Alive” this weekend at the high school.
    Many months have passed since the drama club’s last outing; their final show of the 2014-2015 season, “Plaza Suite.”

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    Staff Report
    The Trimble County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a criminal mischief complaint where 11 tires were slashed and/or punctured.
    Vehicle, trailer and tractor tires were damaged as a result of the criminal activity, according to Trimble County Sheriff Tim Coons. “The suspect(s) utilized a knife or other cutting device to damage the tires on the victim’s equipment,” he said.

  • Temple shares jail concerns with county

    The Trimble Banner
    Citing the increasing difficulty of keeping deputy jailers on a part-time basis, Trimble County Jailer Bobby Temple asked Trimble County Fiscal Court to consider allowing him to hire a full time deputy during last week’s regular monthly meeting of the county governing body.

  • Happy Halloween!
  • Heating assistance available from Tri-County Community Agency

    The Trimble Banner
    The recent cold snap serves as a reminder that cold weather season is just around the corner. The cost of home heating is a problem for many low-income Kentuckians. Your local Tri-County Community Action Agency may be able to help through LIHEAP, otherwise known as the Low-Income Heating Energy Assistance Program.