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Today's News

  • Road to Nowhere?
  • Trimble County cheerleaders
  • Club Basketball
  • Lady Raiders bow to Nelson in final home contest

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    An early injury to a key player and an inability to convert at the free throw line cost the Trimble County Lady Raiders a chance at victory in their final regular season game Friday. Nelson County came away with a 57-53 win, boosting their season record to 20-5. Trimble’s season record slipped to 16-9.

  • Hymn sing set Mar. 5

    The Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held Thursday, March 5, at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, 3611 Mount Pleasant Road, at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to come enjoy the music.

  • Church to show ‘God’s Not Dead’

    GracePoint Baptist Church, located at 549 Carmon Road in Campbellsburg, will present “Saturday at the Movies,” this Saturday, Feb. 28 at 6:00 p.m. Featured film to be shown is the movie “God’s Not Dead.”
    If you have ever struggled with issues of faith, wondered if God is real or even why He doesn’t stop bad things from happening, then join the GracePoint Baptist congregation for a special series based on the movie.

  • Loving/hating God’s rescue

    Here’s the dichotomy: One of the things I love most about God is also the thing I hate most.
    His help is always on time. Always. He is never, ever late. But he’s also rarely, if ever, early.
    And it makes me crazy. Grab the bottle of Xanax crazy.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • House forwards key bills to Senate

    Like most of the state, the Kentucky House of Representatives saw its schedule put on ice last week because of the snow and plunging temperatures.
    While the damage and outages did not cause the same level of devastation that Kentucky experienced in 2009, there has been one constant between now and then: The tireless work of our road crews, first responders, hospital and utility workers and those who have kept our local businesses open. I know many pitched in as well to donate food and clothing for those in need and to check on their neighbors and friends.

  • Despite weather Senate meets to pass seven bills

    Despite the bitter cold and record-breaking snowfall throughout the Commonwealth, the Senate convened Thursday and Friday to do the people’s work. With the session nearing the halfway point, Thursday and Friday were active days on the Senate floor.
    Bills were heard on the floor that ranged from health care issues, freedom of expression, agriculture, and the towing industry. In all, seven bills were passed to start the short legislative week.