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Today's News

  • Tech center offers dual credit courses

    By TONY JURY
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Farmers urged to support 4-H Ag Tag

    LEXINGTON, KY - The Kentucky 4-H Foundation is asking farmers to make the $10 Ag Tag donation in the month of March as they renew their farm license plates at their county clerk’s office. When Kentucky farmers make their donations they are providing Kentucky 4-Hers in every county opportunities to develop leadership, citizenship, and life skills.

  • Be alert to marijuana use

    Dear Readers,   
    Trimble County is not unlike any other community in the commonwealth or in our nation that is not at times struggling to deal with drug abuse among our youth. This is a very serious matter that is a community issue and requires everyone to be diligent in our attempts to deter our children/students from using. Marijuana is the drug that teens often start with.

  • TRIMBLE HIGH SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULES
  • Archery underway at Trimble

    By TEENA DRAKE
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Many students play a wide variety of sports throughout their educational career. In a small school district it is common to watch someone play basketball and see them again during track or football. However, TCPS also offers archery.

  • Easter church calendar

    Good Friday, March 25
    Pleasant View Baptist Church will host a Good Friday service on March 25th. It will start at 7:00 p.m. The choir will be singing from their Easter cantata. Everyone is welcome to attend.

    Milton United Methodist Church will host a Good Friday service at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.

    Saturday, March 26
    Community Easter Egg Hunt will be held 2 p.m. at   Mt. Herman Church on Palmyra Rd. All children welcome. For more   information call (502) 221-5497.

  • One Day

    For years “Barney” lived at the edge of town and on the fringe of society. He ran a junk yard and lived in the middle of it. No one thought much of or about Barney. He was one of those “invisible people” that never get their day in the sun. He had no family; he never married, gruff and hard to get to know.
    Every day was the same; He would get up, fix his coffee, a bowl of oatmeal, feed the dogs and get to work. He spent the day taking off the usable parts of the junked cars, then sending the shell to a smeltering plant in Birmingham.

  • Easter fish story

    I’ve heard it said that a man’s worst difficulties begin when he is able to do as he like.
    If I could do whatever I like, I’d eat several massive cinnamon rolls every morning for breakfast, spend the day on my couch watching reruns of “Gilmore Girls,” punch a few people I know in the nose, never pay my taxes or dust my house.
    That’s just off the top of my head.
    Most of us think freedom is doing anything we want, making our own rules, not submitting to any type of authority -- if it feels good, do it.

  • LOOKING BACK

    Mar. 27, 1986 (30 years ago)
    If your children are starved when they get home from school, there’s no need to despair. They can quickly microwave a snack that will provide many nutrients for the number of calories. Introduce your son or daughter to the microwave oven. It isn’t a toy, but it can be quite safe to use if is used correctly.

  • Senate takes receipt of budget, passes bills

    After over two months of anticipation and debate, the Senate finally received the state budget bill from the House midway through the 11th week of the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly. Governor Bevin was elected in a landslide because the people of Kentucky recognized a need for financial change and fiscal responsibility. We think the upcoming budget will reflect those needs for the betterment of the Commonwealth.