Today's News

  • ‘Look Before You Lock’ law passes Senate

    Despite the slick roads and thick accumulation of snow across the Commonwealth, the Kentucky General Assembly returned ready to work following the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. The general atmosphere in the Capitol was one of anticipation as citizens rallied for causes in the Rotunda and met with their legislators throughout the week.

  • An analysis of Bevin's proposed biennial budget

    Most days during a legislative session, it is not uncommon to see supporters in the Capitol Rotunda rallying for a variety of important causes. Each event may be different, but they collectively serve as powerful reminders that the votes we in the House and Senate take just two floors away have a real impact on the direction Kentucky takes.

  • For those who are crushed in spirit

    This week my mind is going in 100 different directions. Here’s some of the things that are making me crazy/giving me comfort:

    A woman I met in a 12-step program sums up the first three steps like this: “I can’t. God can – I think I’ll let him.”

    I can’t.

    I can’t fix the things in my life or the things in others’ lives that are broken. I’ve been trying, and I can’t. I can’t.

    I can’t, but God can.

  • Raiders deliver victory over Williamstown's Demons

    Bouncing back from a 74-60 loss at Henry County the night before, the Trimble County Raiders enjoyed a 75-50 win over Williamstown Saturday on the strength of a 48 percent shooting night from the field.

    The Raiders opened with a nine-point run before the visiting Demons got on the scoreboard. Williamstown outscored Trimble 16-8 over the remaining five minutes of the first period to take a 18-17 advantage at the quarter break but the pendulum of momentum swung decisively in favor of the Raiders in the second quarter.

  • Trimble County High School Homecoming court

    Students selected for the Trimble County High School Homecoming court include Laken Taylor, Alexis Petty, Isabella Hines, Ella Aponte, Daniella Tebib, Mary Daigle, Abby Ponder, Eliza Weston, (back row) Logan Rodgers, Evan Stevens, Paul Bird, Cole Wright, Troy Grieshaber, Aaron Haney, Josh Petty and Jace Ogburn. The Raiders will play Villa Madonna in the homecoming match up at 7 p.m. Friday.

  • Milton Elementary second 9 weeks honor roll

    The following students made the honor roll during the second nine weeks at Milton Elementary.

    Fourth Grade

    All A’s

    Sue Barrera, Zack Busack, Ellie Consley, Emmy Felts, Chloe Ginn, Brylee Jones and Aubrie Martin.

    All A/B’s

    Erin Boggs, Aiden Cable, Parker Edwards, Bailey Foster, Emma Heaton, Savannah Hendricks, Cheyenne Marsee, Jacqueline McCoy, Emmy Newby, Peyton O’Neal, Sophie O’Neal, Caleb Patrick, Liberty Smith, Bella Stewart and Austin Wilson.

    Fifth Grade

    All A’s

  • Media consumption guidelines for children

    Children 0-5 years old

    Technology has become an important part of our society. This is not just true for adults, but also young children. It can be difficult for parents to decide what and how much media to allow around your children every day. The American Academy of Pediatrics has come up with guidelines to help families make positive media choices for children 0-5 years of age.

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  • Gospel concert is Saturday

    Apostolic Pentecostal Church of the Living God, 124 Smith Lane in Bedford will offer a free concert by gospel singer, Mark Bishop, 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 27. All are invited. Free admission, love offering will be accepted. For more information please call Pastor Bobby Wade (502) 255-7510.

  • Lady Raiders' struggle continues with 2 road losses, 1 home defeat

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders showed massive improvement Saturday, outscoring their opponents in the first and third quarters of play. Unfortunately, it was the success of the Williamstown Lady Demons in the second and final quarters of the game that led to a 52-44 Williamstown win.

    Trimble hit 4 of 8 shots from the field during the first quarter, including a triple, and connected on 3 of 4 free throw attempts to take a 12-11 advantage at the quarter break.