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Today's News

  • Job and Career Fair planned May 2

    On Tuesday, May 2, there will be a Job and Career Fair in the Trimble County High School gymnasium. There will be Door Prizes for adults in attendance. Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30. The public is invited from 3:30 to 4:30. Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30.  7th – 12th grades will be attending at various times from 12-3. For a complete schedule, contact JCTC Trimble County Adult Education at 502-255-9191.

  • This is your life

    By MICHAEL JINKINS
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    I suppose you’d have to be at least as old as I am to remember the television program, “This is Your Life,” in which a person was presented with several surprise guests, people from the person’s past who had been important in their lives, often decades earlier. For some reason the phrase “this is your life” came back to me recently as I was sitting in the lobby of a hotel in Atlanta waiting for the final session of the conference I was attending.

  • Bedford Springs hosts singing duo Sunday

    Bedford Springs Church at 43 Shepherd Lane, across from Signature Health Care, is hosting the singing group South of Heaven Sunday, April 23rd, at 11 a.m. during church services.  South of Heaven was named the 2016 Southern Gospel Duet of the Year and has been nominated again this year.  Everyone is invited to share in this worship experience.

  • Random notes on grace

    I hate clutter, although you’d never know it by looking at my desk.
    This morning I had some free time, so I decided to go through the piles of notes and scribbles scattered around, which usually results in a “random notes of grace” column.
    I hope something will be helpful or encouraging to you today:
    Some months ago, I wrote down something my friend Mike said: “I had faith that I was going to heaven, but I didn’t trust God to fix me NOW because I didn’t see how he would or could do it.”

  • LOOKING BACK

    April 16, 1987 (30 Years Ago)

  • Leaders must continue focus on Kentucky’s growing drug epidemic

    By ANDY BESHEAR
    Kentucky Attorney General
    “The single greatest threat to Kentucky is our drug epidemic.
    The crisis is killing our family and friends – it is the main source of crime in our communities and it is preventing job and economic growth. This is the crisis of our times, and we must find new ways to stop drug dealers and help those addicted recover.
    With the rapid rise of stronger, more powerful drugs like heroin, fentanyl and carfentanil, the opioid epidemic is killing more and more Kentuckians.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Growing population growing older in Kentucky

    The U.S. population is growing faster than a blade of bluegrass in spring. But a larger population will not necessarily mean a younger population, for either our country or the Bluegrass State.
    The less-than-robust birth rate nationally and here in Kentucky over the past decade means that the largest population growth -- at least over the next few decades -- will be among the baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964), which means most population growth will be among older and the oldest Americans, demographers say.

  • Raiders celebrate
  • Rotary Club hosts Rep. Rick Rand

    By CHARLES LISTON
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Representative Rick Rand (D-Bedford), our representative for the 47th House District of Kentucky, took time from his busy schedule to address the Bedford Rotary Club on key happenings of the recent Kentucky General Assembly, which completed its 30-day session on March 30. Rand’s annual visit to our club is always valued—especially our opportunity to engage in a question and answer period Rick always takes time for.