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Today's News

  • Set your teen up for success

    Parents want their teenagers to grow into successful adults, but sometimes parents’ definition of success results in additional stress and pressure on their teenage children.

  • Extension: 100 years of extending knowledge and changing lives

    While change isn’t easy for some people, it’s inevitable in some circumstances. Throughout the history of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, countless agents have worked to help Kentuckians learn about and embrace important changes.

  • Trimble County School Lunch Menus

    BEDFORD/MILTON ELEMENTARY
    Offered @ Breakfast Daily:Milk/Juice/Fruit/Cereal/Toast
    Breakfast -- free
    Lunch -- $1.95
    Milk  -- .45
    Offered Daily:  Milk / Juice / Chef Salad / Yogurt
    All bread is whole grain

    Monday, Apr. 21: Chicken Patty on WG bun, Lettuce & Tomato, Potato Wedges, Apple Sauce, Mandarin Oranges.
    Tuesday, Apr. 22: Egg Pattie, Sausage Biscuit, Hashbrown Stick, Baked Apples, Banana.

  • Honor Rolls for Third Nine Weeks

    MILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    All As
    Third grade—Alivia Adams, Bailyn Clifford, Kameron Duke, Emma Ginn, Piper Howdeshell, Maddie Isley, Gracie Jent, Brian Morrison, Max Pyles, Jeffrey Ward, Ally Zuckschwerdt, Aubree Craig, Anneliese Crumley, Alyssa Gross and Jessica Spurr.

    Fourth grade—Savannah Crawford, Harrison Felts, Andrew Meador, Bailey Nichols, Sean Spurr, Chaynon Wynn, Arianna Blair, Kaci Huff and Morgan Overton.

  • Baseball action
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  • Trimble’s Lawhorn/Hess duo win NCKC doubles tournament

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    Trimble County High School’s doubles pairing of Alex Lawhorn and Micah Hess won the girls’ doubles tournament in the North Central Kentucky Conference Meet, held at the Trimble Athletic Complex over the weekend. Overall, however, Carroll County emerged victorious in the team competition in both girls’ and boys’ action.

  • School records tumble in Louisville track meet

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    Three new school records were achieved by Trimble’s athletes as the Trimble County High School track team competed in the Louisville Track and Field Premier Classic, held at Louisville’s Assumption High School Friday.
    Christian Apel lowered the school record for the 1600 meter run (also the mile) by more than 10 seconds to a time of 4:31.89. Johnathan Papai registered a new school mark in the 110 meter hurdles at 19.29. Daniel Rector set Trimble’s new shot put record at 39 feet-four and a quarter inches.

  • Easter is for laughing

    When I was a new Christian, I discovered a portrait of Jesus called the “Laughing Christ” at a Christian book store.
    At the time I was attending a serious church, a church where the thought of Jesus laughing was most likely frowned on. Maybe Jesus smiled at babies and puppies, but telling jokes with his friends? God forbid.
    Consequently, because the serious people at that serious church were so serious about their Christian faith, they presented Jesus as serious too. Serious equals somber and sober, which equals humorless and kinda mean.

  • Mt Tabor sets revival services

    Revival services will be held beginning Tuesday, April 22 and continuing through Sunday, April 27 at Mt. Tabor Wesleyan Church located on Hwy. 1226 midway between Milton and Bedford.
    The evangelist is Rev. Doug Kline from Hobe Sound, Fla. Singers are the Johnathon Kline family from Milton, Ky. For more information contact pastor Rev Orville Mann (502) 268 5918.
    Services will begin at 7:00 pm nightly, Sunday school at 9:45, morning worship 10:30 and Sunday evening at 5:30. Everyone is welcome to attend.