Today's News

  • Trimble County Sheriff’s Department Call Log

    Monday, Feb. 9
    7:54 a.m., assisted motorist, Trimble County High School
    12:13 pm., process service 1500 block Gills Ridge Rd
    2:15 p.m., meth lab, 127 Sprague Ln
    Tuesday, Feb. 10
    8:40 a.m., process service, 700 block Wayne’s Ln
    10:39 a.m., suspicious individual on scene, Bedford
    11:55 a.m., process service, 200 blockPlainview Ct
    11:54 a.m., Emergency Medical Services call, 204 Mt Pleasant Rd
    12:01 p.m., juvenile out of control, Bedford Elementary School
    3:42 p.m., burglary, Sunnyside Dr

  • Thomas retires from IKEC plant

    Clifford Carnes, Plant Manager of the Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corporation’s Clifty Creek Plant in Madison, has announced the retirement of one of the company’s employees.

  • Valentine Royalty

    Saturday, Feb. 28

  • TCHS Basketball Senior Night
  • Drama Club’s Princess Tea is Saturday!
  • Bedford changes meeting dates

    The Trimble Banner
    The Bedford City Commissioners and Mayor Todd Pollock were unanimous in their praise of city employee Jimmy Hoskins for his street cleaning efforts in the wake of recent storms and frigid temperatures that made travel difficult.
    Hoskins said his job was made difficult by the number of cars that had been parked along city streets and the garbage cans left out waiting for trash pickup.

  • Board considers HVAC upgrade at Trimble High

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Board of Education heard a report on potential electrical and HVAC upgrades to the Trimble County High School facility during last week’s meeting at the administration building in Bedford.  

  • Farm machinery auction set for Fayette

    The Fayette County Farm Bureau Farm Machinery Consignment Auction will be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. at the Kentucky Horse Park. The event is open to the public and will display all types of farm equipment as well as lawn and garden equipment and a few unique items.
    The auction draws a crowd of over 4,000 potential buyers with an average of 1,700 pieces of equipment being consigned to the sale. This sale is the largest of its kind in Kentucky.

  • The basics of food label terms

    When you go grocery shopping, you’ve probably seen some new terms on the labels of your favorite foods. These terms are not meant to cause confusion but can help you make more informed choices about the foods you eat. This is a good thing, as concerns among consumers about food origin, safety and quality continue to increase.
    Here is a list of terms found on food labels and their definition as defined by the U.S. Depart-ment of Agri-culture or the Food and Drug Admin-istration.