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Today's News

  • Bedford man charged with human trafficking

    Staff Report
    A Trimble County man has been arrested and charged with human trafficking after he refused to pay a contractor and threatened to have him deported, according to Kentucky State Police.

  • LG&E assists Feed the Children
  • State parks offering Aug. 21 eclipse events

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky State Parks will be participating in the Aug. 21 Great American Solar Eclipse with fun and educational events during July and August.
    Some parks have astronomy experts scheduled to give talks about the eclipse. Kenlake State Resort Park will kick off the events July 28 with “The Star Geezer” Mark Steven Williams. Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park will host University of Louisville Astronomy Professor Benne Holwerda for a presentation the weekend before the eclipse.

  • Poison Ivy

    An unnamed force in the universe seems bent on stripping me of any ego I may have possessed. As a young person I was able to take horrendous spills and walk away uninjured. The chill of winter was no deterrent to a day spent playing outdoors. Bare feet were made to run over rocks with the same immunity to pain as were shoes. Finally, I could roll around in poison ivy with absolutely no reaction.

  • Expansion in soy acres drives investments

    CHICAGO – The U.S. soybean industry is turning a corner. This year, soy acres closed in on corn acres, narrowing the gap between the two crops. At the United Soybean Board’s (USB) July meeting, the booming supply of soy was a topic of discussion – as was the need for continued strong demand. Conversations shifted from increasing volume to maximizing value to set farmers up for long-term profitability.

  • Create and keep a new healthy habit

    Habits can be good or they can be not-so-good.  Have you ever tried to change on of your not-so-good habits, only to go back to your usual routine?  It is hard to keep up the motivation for a change in behavior.
    Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are trying to create and keep a new, healthy habit.
    It does not have to be “all-or-nothing”

  • Steps to give your summer garden new life

    Summer’s heat and weather can take a toll on your flower garden. But with a little extra care, it is possible to bring it back to life for a few more weeks of vibrant color and texture.
    It’s always important to make sure annuals and perennials get plenty of water this time of year, especially in later summer.  Annuals, in particular, will start to decline without an adequate supply of water to keep the ground moist.

  • Hydroplane season resumes this weekend in Tri-Cities, Wash.

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    The H1 Unlimited hydroplane fleet will contest the HAPO Columbia Cup on the Columbia River in the Tri-Cities, Wash., this weekend.
    The Tri-Cities event will be the first points race of the season and eight of the big boats are expected to be in attendance.
    With Madison electing to pay H1 for only four boats to compete for the Indiana Governor’s Cup earlier this month, the local race did not earn points races for the hydros which competed in a series of match races and a final.

  • Kentucky requiring protective headgear in high school softball

    By Josh Moore
    Lexington Herald-Leader
    Protective face masks will be mandatory for high school softball pitchers, first basemen and third basemen in Kentucky beginning with the 2018 season.
    The KHSAA adopted the new requirement as part of its first organized meeting of the 2017-18 school year in Covington. The change makes Kentucky the first state to require protective headgear in high school softball.

  • ‘Runnin’ Raiders’ gearing up for cross country season

    While most youths stay inside and away from the high temperatures that have been the norm lately in the Ohio River Valley, one local athletic team can still be found “putting in the miles” six days a week around Trimble County and the surrounding parks.