Today's News

  • 7th grade volleyball action

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    The Trimble County High School and Middle School cross country teams opened their 2015 season Saturday in the Tiger Run at Louisville Champions Park. The host school for the event was St. Xavier High School.
    Trimble was among 42 schools competing in the event, which featured 5,000 meter runs for both the high school boys and girls, and 3,000 meter runs for the middle school athletes.

  • TCMS Raiders win over Switzerland County 40-0

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  • Trimble falls to Clinton County 34-6 at home

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    The Trimble County High School football Raiders faced a comparable opponent last Friday night when the Clinton County Bulldogs came to Bedford. After travelling over three hours to get to Bedford, the Bulldogs were resolved to get the victory over the Raiders.

  • The ‘tocayo’ of Christ

    In my family we have two new babies: Lily Aaron and Zachary Jack.
    Lily is my niece Jennifer’s third daughter and Zach is my nephew Shane’s third son. Both babies were born just a few weeks apart, Lily in July and Zachary in August. My sister now has six grandchildren.
    If Lily had been a boy she would be Jack Aaron.
    Jack is my dad’s name. Aaron is Lily’s dad Marc’s middle name.
    Got all that?


    Sept. 5, 1985 (30 Years Ago)
    A county-wide youth rally is being held September 7th at the Trimble County Park. There will be much music, fellowship and inspiration. Ray and Stuart Clem, Mary Ann Fisher, and the singing group Age to Age will all be performing prior to a concert and testimony from Dan Gividen. According to Doug Stark, organizer of the event, over 30 churches have been contacted throughout Trimble County, Carroll County, Henry County and Madison.

  • Kentucky boasts women pioneers in many professions

    Last week, the United States celebrated the 95th anniversary of women’s right to vote, a milestone made possible by the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
    Kentucky was the 23rd state to ratify that amendment, but it did not clear its final legislative hurdle until Tennessee became the 36th in Aug. 1920. Interestingly, that decision was a close one, occurring only when a young legislator voted in favor at the request of his mother.

  • TCMS principal addresses Rotary

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    Trimble County Middle School Principal Mike Genton delivered a very interesting and thought-provoking talk about future middle school education to the Bedford Rotary Club on August 18. A major theme throughout seemed to be the importance of individualized learning now, and into the future.
    “We must meet the kids where they are, work hard for individualist learning, and take the kids where they need to be,” Genton said.

  • Apple Pie Contest returns

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    The 2015 Trimble County Apple Festival is just around the corner and all area bakers young and old are encouraged to get ready for the Apple Pie Contest. This year’s Apple Festival dates are Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12 & 13.
    Judging for the Apple Pie Contest will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 11:00 a.m. at the New Life Assembly of God Church, located at 112 Hwy 42E in Bedford.
    Rules for the Apple Pie Contest are as follows:
    1. One entry per person