Today's News

  • KSP: Meth materials can turn up in roadside clean-up activities

    Spring is at full strength in the Commonwealth as the landscape is coming to life and the weather warms. Along with spring, many civic groups and local organizations are beginning roadside clean-up efforts around the state.

    The Kentucky State Police would like to advise anyone participating in community clean-up projects involving roadside trash pick-up to be cognizant of materials associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

  • Trimble County News of Public Record

    Items published in court news are public record.
    The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.

    Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt.The following records were heard in court the week of May 2-May 6, 2011.


  • Easter coloring contest winners

    Winners of the Easter Coloring Contest are as follows:

    4 and under: Addison Edmonson, 4, daughter of Aaron and Amanda Edmonson of Milton.

    5-8 year olds: Adelyn Weaver, 5, daughter of Samantha Weaver, Bedford.

    9-13 year olds: Kayla Bailey, 13, daughter of Ron and Joyce Bailey, Bedford.

  • Crossroads Church hosts yard sale to benefit Relay for Life

    Crossroads Church will host a yard sale Friday and Saturday, May 13-14, to benefit Relay for Life. The sale will be held from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. Booth rentals are available indoors and outdoors at $10 each. Call Judi at 502-663-3207 or Randy at 502-689-8653 for more information.

  • Future of Trimble’s Apple Festival hangs on meeting tomorrow

    A meeting to determine the future of the Trimble County Apple Festival will be held at 7 p.m. on Thurs., May 12 at the county judge-executive’s office. The festival committee is in desperate need of volunteers and committee chairpersons to help organize and produce the event. Everyone who is interested in continuing the festival—citizens, venders, musicians, organizations, sports organizations, clubs, groups—should attend this meeting.

  • Earthquake exercise is next week

    A National Level Earthquake Exercise will take place next week and Trimble County residents are invited to “Shake, Rattle and Roll.”

    The exercise will take about 10 minutes of your time each day, Monday through Friday, according to an announcement from Kentucky Emergency Management.

    Each day participants will receive a link to an online activity.

    Participants will learn about earthquakes and be better prepared to help yourself and others when an earthquake happens in Kentucky!

  • Motorists injured in separate Milton accidents

    Kentucky State Police investigated two motor vehicle accidents in Milton during the weekend. At 7:13 a.m. Sunday, emergency personnel were dispatched to 10840 U.S. 421 where they found a 1998 GMC Jimmy overturned in a ditch with the driver trapped inside.

    According to Trooper Michael Webb, Public Affairs Officer for KSP Post 5 at Campbellsburg, Pamela Joyce, 56, was northbound “traveling in heavy foggy conditions when her vehicle went off the right shoulder of the roadway and overturned in a ditch.”

  • Trimble’s ACT scores show steady improvement

    Preliminary results of the ACT test taken by Trimble County High School’s 89 juniors on March 15 have created intense excitement among local school officials. Trimble’s juniors scored a composite 19.0 which outpaces results of the three previous classes.

  • ‘No joy in Mudville’
  • Mock accident