Today's News

  • Deer-related crashes increase in autumn

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Motorists encounter deer on Kentucky roadways throughout the year but the number of collisions increases in the fall.
    Almost half of all deer-related accidents in the state occur from October through December with more of these collisions reported in November than any other month, according to Kentucky State Police data.

  • Cassie

    This article will deviate slightly from my usual nonsense. True to form the subject matter will describe experiences to which we can all relate. However, the subject is bittersweet; although not completely lacking in nonsense…..

  • Bats: Kentucky’s natural resource

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Bats appear frequently in so many Halloween decorations because many people view them as spooky or scary. That’s a shame, because bats are truly amazing animals that are frequently misunderstood.
    To help educate people about bats, federal agencies partnered with private conservation organizations to designate Oct. 25-31 as National Bat Week.

  • Farming fits veterans and veterans fit farming

    By Wyatt Fraas
    Center for Rural Affairs
    The Center for Rural Affairs has worked to support and assist beginning farmers and ranchers for over 25 years. And increasingly, beginning farmer and rancher inquiries come from military veterans. They have the same needs as other new farmers: access to land, financing and information. But they also bring new issues: disabilities, returning to civilian life, a drive to help fellow veterans, a powerful sense of wanting to be of service to their country.

  • Keep holiday portion sizes in check
  • Bullying warning signs

    Dear Readers,
    In continuing to address the topic of bullying I want to first make a correction from last week’s article. There was a typo that made the statement “Bullying will be resolve without adult intervention.” In fact it should have said, “Bullying will not be resolved without adult intervention.” This is a very important point to be clear on. Bullying needs to be reported immediately.


    All A
    Fourth grade: Ciara Gilley
    Fifth grade: Jet Chu, Audrey Howerton, Olivia Jones, Ella Knight, Kinley Kunkel, Mitchell Lacefield, Ronnie Lefler, Shelby McKinney, Kaylee Payton, Halie Purvis, Maddi Stark and Adelyn Weaver
    All A/B
    Fourth grade: Cayden Blackaby, Laura Gibson, Sam Gossom, Drew Herman, Ethan Horn, Adeline Howerton, Thomas Karcher, Raya McWhorter, Austin Pettit, Farrah Rucker, Hope Smith, Ethan Spegal, Katie Townsend, Bree Turner and Justin Vittitow

  • Trimble County Youth Tackle Football League teams
  • Three ‘Runnin’ Raiders’ qualify to run in state meet

    The Trimble Banner
    Three “Runnin’ Raiders” will be competing Saturday in the Class A State Cross Country Meet in Lexington. Seniors Brennan Kunkel and Johnathan Papai and seventh grader Eliza Weston qualified for the prestigious event based on their performances last Saturday in the Class A Region 5 Meet held at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.


    Thursday, Nov. 5
    The Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held at 7 p.m. at the Pleasant View Baptist Church in Wises Landing. Everyone is welcome!
    Saturday, Nov. 7
    Milton United Methodist Church will host a free breakfast at 8 a.m. Tommy Purvis, pastor of the Hickory Grove United Methodist Church, will present a program about his Sturgis, S.D. mission. Everyone is welcome!