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  • LADY RAIDERS STATE BOUND AGAIN!!!

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    Managing Editor
    For the third time since 2014 the Trimble County Lady Raiders have advanced to a state tournament in basketball. Last week, the ladies battled hard for wins against Gallatin County, Owen County and Walton-Verona in the Eighth Region All A Tournament held in Warsaw to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of next week’s Touchstone Energy All A Classic in Frankfort.

  • William Robertson sworn in as school board member

    By CRYSTAL CAUDILLO
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Board of Education held their regular meeting Wednesday, Jan. 4, at the School Board office. Once the meeting was called to order board member-elect William Robertson was sworn in by Finance Officer Phillip Harmon.

  • Project 421 selects final alternative for improved Indiana approach to new Milton-Madison Bridge

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    Managing Editor
    Local residents motoring back and forth across the Milton-Madison Bridge will likely see vast improvements in traffic flow sometime in 2019, once construction is completed on a new Indiana approach to the span.
    After nearly a year of studies and public input, officials with Project 421 have made their selection from alternatives proposed for improving traffic flow at the Harrison Street/Second Street intersection two blocks north of the bridge in Madison.

  • Human or Heavenly, help was there for fallen writer

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Teena Drake, longtime contributing writer for The Trimble Banner, suffered a debilitating fall during a recent trip to Kansas. Following is her experience in her own words.

    An Attempted Article
    By Teena Drake
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Bedford drafting alcohol sales ordinances

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    Managing Editor
    Bedford Mayor Todd Pollock and City Attorney Amy Eversole are busy drafting ordinances to regulate licenses for the sale of alcohol as a result of last month’s local option election in which Bedford voters approved allowing the sale of alcohol beverages within the city limits.

  • Bedford receives audit, recognizes Darrell Harmon for 22 years service

    By HILDA PARRISH
    The Trimble Banner
    Jeffery Woods of the firm Raisor, Zapp & Woods, PSC addressed the City of Bedford Commissioners on the Audit for FY 2015-2016 ending June 30, 2016, during their Dec. 20 meeting. He reported certain items out of compliance due to personnel turnover. These items were presented to the City with recommendations and the City reported they would comply and correct the errors.

  • Drama Club’s ‘White Christmas’ a great success

    By Trevor Browning
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Last week, the Trimble County Drama Club kicked off their 2016-2017 season with their performance of “White Christmas,” which, unlike most iterations of the holiday classic, was loyally based on the 1954 film and was also the first known stage adaption of said treatment—meaning that some of the songs from the film like “Minstrel Show,” “Mandy” and “Choreography” were included in the show and performed for perhaps the first time on the Trimble County stage.

  • BEDFORD VOTES WET

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    Managing Editor
    Bedford residents decided by ballot vote Tuesday to allow sales of alcoholic beverages within the city limits by a 21-vote margin, according to Trimble County Clerk Tina Browning.

  • All I want for Christmas... Part 10

    Christmas
    To me Christmas is giving to each other and seeing your loved ones. Christmas is also about the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas isn’t about getting gifts it’s about giving gifts. Be grateful you get gifts.  
     Kendra Wynn, Age 11
    Mrs. Thorpe’s                       6th Grade Class
    Merry Christmas
    Christmas Merry
    Christmas Bright
    Christmas Sleigh
    Through The Night

  • All I want for Christmas... Part 9

    Snowy Woods
    Snow, snow, snow
    I watch you fill the woods with snow
    And people walk throw you making a crunch, crunch, crunch noise
    I make a snow angel
    Which brings me happiness
    And sometimes you make me cold
    The wind against my thick coat
    Make me love winter snow
    So much more
    Katrina Smith, Age 10

    Christmas Memory
    So much depends
    Grandma’s house.
    With presents
    And a bunch