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Today's News

  • Mike Kelly, Graham Trucking win APBA Gold Cup

    By BRUCE MADEJ
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    DETROIT-- For J. Michael Kelly, Sunday’s UAW-GM Spirit of Detroit Hydrofest APBA Gold Cup was his third successive day of battling from behind. He had been racing hard while watching the two-time defending Gold Cup Champion Jimmy Shane lead the fleet in qualifying on Friday, watching the young local rookie favorite Andrew Tate win three heats on Saturday (one unlimited and two Grand Prix).

  • Norton Sports Health opens Saturday sports clinic for Trimble County athletes

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – With the fall sports season in full swing, injured athletes can now get treatment on the weekends without having to go to the emergency room.
    Norton Sports Health’s Saturday Sports Injury Clinic is now open. The clinic, at the Norton Orthopaedic & Hand Center, 9880 Angies Way off Brownsboro Road in far eastern Jefferson County, treats athletes of all ages and sports for concussions, as well as ankle, hamstring, knee, shoulder and elbow injuries.

  • TCHS football suffers 43-8 defeat in Clinton County
  • ‘Runnin’ Raiders’ host Backwoods Invitational

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    Trimble County Middle/High School’s cross country program hosted the Trimble County Backwoods Invitational Saturday at the Trimble County Park.

  • Experience is key to Trimble’s domination of Carroll

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    Experience and size were cited by both coaches as keys to Trimble County’s 2-0 win (25-9, 25-10) over visiting Carroll County in high school volleyball action Monday.

  • Rosella and Albert, a love story

    For some, thinking about your grandparents’ romance is a little on the weird side. You just see older, graying wrinkled people. You love them, cherish them but you just don’t go there. Our children do not want to see us holding hands or kissing either, you will get an immediate ewwwwww!!!!!
    I happen to know the love stories of both of my grands, (to quote National Inquirer-“Inquiring minds want to know”). This is the story of Albert and Rosella, my grandparents during the summer of 1916.

  • Bumper sticker theology

    On most days as I’m on my way to work I see a car with a bunch of bumper
    stickers on the back.
    There’s a “26.2” and a “13.1” sticker that means the driver is probably a
    marathon/half-marathon runner. Other stickers say things like “Easy does
    it,” “One day at a time” and “Let go and let God.”
    I’ve seen those slogans before and they’re often associated with 12-step
    programs like AA, although they don’t belong to them exclusively.

  • Commonwealth Policy Center to hold conference on religious liberty
  • LOOKING BACK

    September 4, 1986 (30 years ago)
    The Bedford Rotary Club with the cooperation of the Bedford Loan and Deposit Bank has established a permanent scholarship fund which will be called the Bedford Rotary Helen Haney Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship will give one graduating Trimble County High School student a minimum of $250.00 to be used for a higher education.

  • Kentucky should add scholarship tax credits to its back-to-school list

    By Charles H. Leis
    As students across Kentucky begin a new school year, many cannot wait to see their friends and reunite with their favorite teachers. Some are excited to continue learning in the classroom. In some cases, however, students are returning to an education that is not working for them or their families.
    Each student has an education situation unique to themselves. As it stands, our education system leaves some students behind. Our current system can lock students into a school that does not match up with the type of education they want or need.