Today's News

  • Add apples to your day, every day

    Fall is known for its abundance of great, fresh foods, and apples are among the most popular. You can prepare apples in many different ways and include them as ingredients in main courses, side dishes and desserts.
    Not only are apples great additions to any meal, but they are also packed full of nutrients. They are low in calories, fat and sodium, cholesterol free and a great source of fiber. Apples also contain phytochemicals that may help prevent many chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, asthma and diabetes.

  • Getting horses ready for winter

    It’s been almost 40 years since I owned and cared for horses. I’ll be honest, I didn’t know a great deal about horses back then, so I had to learn on the fly. Now, that I am taking care of my daughter-in-law Morgan’s horses while she is an equine graduate student at the Univer-sity of Ken-tucky, I’m getting a refresher course in horse management, nutrition and fencing. I don’t mind it too bad though, except for winter feeding.

  • New stadium baptized
  • Trimble ‘Runnin’ Raider’ youths compete at Oldham

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Trimble County’s middle and elementary school runners competed in the Dragon Invitational Saturday, Oct. 11, at Oldham County High School.  

  • Board gets report on athletic complex

    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Volleyball defeats Henry

    The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Lady Raiders got down to business quickly Thursday to put away visiting Henry County by scores of 25-14 and 25-19 in high school volleyball action.
    Trimble raced out to a 18-10 advantage in game one, then relaxed momentarily to allow the Lady Wildcats within three at 18-13 but that’s as close as Henry would get as Trimble outscored their visitors 7-1 down the stretch for the win.

  • Lady Raiders top Carroll

    The News-Democrat
    The Lady Panthers volleyball team struggled in their fifth different rotation of the season, losing 25-16, 25-18, to the visiting Lady Raiders Tuesday. The loss broke Carroll’s six-game winning streak.

  • Raiders win on new field

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Nearly a year ago, the lights went out on Raider field. The field where hundreds of football players had romped over the years was taken over by contractors and heavy equipment operators. Now, the bulldozers and excavators are gone and the lights on the newly renovated football field in Trimble County are brighter than ever for the 2014 Raiders and teams to follow.

  • Trimble County Sheriff’s Department Call Log

    Monday, Sept. 8

    • 10:08 a.m., domestic dispute, parking lot at Bedford Medical, U.S. 421 N
    • 11:26 a.m., juvenile complaint, 9245 U.S. 421N
    • Tuesday, Sept. 9
    • 1:59 p.m., abandoned vehicle, Hardy Creek Road
    • 3:05 p.m., civil complaint, Megan Lane
    • 3:57 p.m., juvenile complaint, 2560 New Hope Road

    Wednesday, Sept. 10

  • Legislators going ‘Back to School’ nationwide

    Starting this week, hundreds of state legislators from across the country will begin visiting classrooms to kick off the 16th annual “America’s Legislators Back to School Program.”

    Sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures, this event initially lasted just one day but now extends through much of the school year.  While most students tour the state Capitol at least once, often during a field trip in elementary school, this program brings state government to them.