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Regional

  • Madison’s Lanier Days June 18-19

    Celebrate the life and culture of early Victorian-era Madison, Indiana, with thundering cannons!

    Lanier Days — Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19 — features mock Civil War battles, a travelling medicine man show, artisans demonstrating 19th century trades, children’s activities, interesting historical talks, Victorian food preservation techniques and period music.

  • JCTC honors Trimble students
  • Concert to feature community band at Bedford Elementary on May 19

    A concert featuring the Madison Area Community Band will be held at the Bedford Elementary School on Thursday, May 19, at 7 p.m.

    The band, directed by former Trimble County High School band instructor Mark Johnson, includes several Trimble County and Madison residents and one member each from Henry and Switzerland counties.

    “We have fun,” Johnson said of the band members. “We use these concerts as a way to promote music among young people.”

  • Hanover woman is accident victim

    The Kentucky State Police is investigating a fatal collision that occurred Friday in Carroll County resulting in the death of a Hanover, Ind., woman. Through investigation, troopers determined that a vehicle driven by Reba Kaltenbacher crossed the centerline near Nugent Sand on Hwy. 36 and impacted an oncoming commercial vehicle head-on.

  • Paranormal event in May at Carrollton’s Butler Park

    CARROLLTON, Ky. -- Join certified ghost hunter Starr Williams and the ghost hunting teams, RIP and Tristate Shadowchasers, for an exciting and fun paranormal experience during the Spirits of Butler Paranormal Weekend May 14-15 at General Butler State Resort Park.

    This year’s program brings new members to the investigation team, new technology and new interesting investigation locations in addition to the Butler-Turpin State Historic House and cemetery.

  • Regatta pageant seeks contestants

    The Miss Madison Regatta Scholarship pageant, sponsored by the Xi Beta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, will be held on Monday, June 27.

    The pageant is for girls between the ages of 18 and 26. Entrants must have reached their 18th birthday by June 1, 2011. The pageant is limited to the first 12 completed applications received.

    The entry fee is $75 for applications received by the deadline date of June 4, 2011. If it is necessary to extend the deadline beyond June 4, the entry fee will be $100.

  • Milton residents arrested

    Two Milton residents were arrested by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday, April 12 after selling prescription narcotics in a controlled buy conducted by local law enforcement.

    Wanda Stiltner, 42, and John Francis, 46, both of 101 Riverside Drive, Milton were arrested for trafficking in a controlled substance second degree. The charge is a Class D felony punishable by five years in prison.

  • Air Methods to reopen Trimble helicopter base

    Air Methods Kentucky is returning to Trimble County.

    Milton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department Chief Jason Long verified yesterday that the company has agreed to reactivate its medical helicopter base, located on U.S. 421 South next to the Trimble County EMS and Milton Fire Station 2.

  • Lindsey Wilson coming to Carrollton

    By HEATHER YOCUM
    Lindsey Wilson College is coming to Jefferson Community and Technical College-Carrollton Campus! LWC is offering an accelerated Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services and Counseling and a Master of Education  degree in Mental Health Counseling and Human Development at the JCTC Carrollton Campus. 

    Interested in more information about these programs? Join us at JCTC Carrollton’s Campus for an information session on Tuesday, June 28th. Drop by between 5-7 p.m. to find out more. 

  • Trimble rates high in statewide health rankings

    Trimble County ranks in the top third of the counties with the healthiest residents in Kentucky, according to the annual County Health Rankings, released last week by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.