Today's News

  • 2016-17 Trimble County Raiders basketball schedule

    Nov 29, Bullitt Central home 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 1, Carroll County home 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 3, Eminence away 7:30 p.m.
    Dec 6, Owen County away 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 9, Oldham County home 6:00 p.m.    
    Dec 14, North Oldham away 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 16, St. Patrick home 6:30 p.m.    
    Dec 19, South Oldham away 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 28, TBA at Belfry Mountain Schoolboy Classic

  • 2016-17 Trimble County Lady Raiders basketball schedule

    Nov 29, Bullitt Central home 6:00 p.m.    
    Dec 2, Carroll County home 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 3, Eminence away 3:30 p.m.    
    Dec 9, Oldham County home 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 15, Spencer County away 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 20, Walton-Verona home 7:30 p.m.    
    Dec 22, Cooper home 6:00 p.m.    
    Dec 27, TBA at Montgomery County Gateway Holiday Classic
    Dec 28, TBA at Montgomery County Gateway Holiday Classic

  • 2016-17 Trimble County Lady Raiders varsity

    Trimble County Lady Raiders roster
    No.    Name              Height      Class
    52    Shelbe Black        6’0”         senior
    32    Kaylee Clifford      6’0”        senior
    12    Cheyenne Riddle   5’6”        senior

  • ‘Less religion, more grace’

    Last Saturday, Larry Silverman caught a catfish, which he considers a miracle, a moment of light after a year of incredible darkness. Larry is the pastor of New Covenant of Grace Fellowship in Inverness, Fla.
    Last year, Larry had a loose tooth, and shortly after he had it pulled he was diagnosed with cancer in his mouth. As a result, he had part of his tongue removed and his jaw reconstructed using a bone and skin from his leg. He now eats through a feeding tube.

  • HUH???!!!

    With the economy the way it has been the last few years, many of us have changed professions, positions and paychecks!
    Up and down; the whirlwind of change has affected us. I enjoy listening with rapt attention to others’ stories of how their lives have changed.
    Many of us never envisioned we would be doing what we are doing to make a living at this stage in our lives.
    My wife and I were eating in a little seafood restaurant on the Gulf Coast. The waitress was friendly and talkative. I asked her how she had got into “waitressing.”


    Dec. 4, 1986 (30 Years Ago)
    The Trimble County Fiscal Court has applied to the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency for funds for recreation park additions. According to a KIPDA newsletter the county has requested $30,000 from the Department of the Interior and $30,000 in local funds for the park. The monies will be used to develop a horse barn, show ring, bleachers, parking area, lighting and water. These facilities are being planned for the undeveloped 10 acres which were purchased earlier this year by the court with similar funding.

  • Let’s help our hungry friends and neighbors this holiday season and all year long

    By Ryan Quarles
    Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture
    The holiday season is well under way. Many of you enjoyed a bountiful Thanksgiving feast with your loved ones and will do so again during Christmas and New Year’s Day.
    But for others, the holidays aren’t so merry. More than 700,000 Kentuckians don’t always know where their next meal will come from, according to the Kentucky Association of Food Banks, a Berea-based organization whose member food banks distributed 52 million meals in all 120 Kentucky counties last year.

  • Kentucky making great strides in higher education

    It may not have generated much publicity, but Kentucky’s economy hit a high-water mark in October, when our civilian labor force saw its biggest one-month gain in at least 40 years. It grew by almost 15,000 during those 31 days, putting us just shy of two million people who are either working or actively looking for a job.

  • Bedford Christian cast to present ‘The Guiding Star’

    Kim Temple, Director, and the cast of “The Guiding Star” are preparing for another landmark performance at the Bedford Christian Church on Friday, Dec. 9th and Saturday, Dec. 10th at 7:00 pm.  Admission is free and a fun time guaranteed; not necessarily because of the excellent performance by the actors, but the laughs that will ensue when lines are missed and improvising begins.