Today's News

  • TCMS Raiders defeat Carroll County
  • Lady Raiders defeat Henry
  • Middle school runners compete at Shelby

    Trimble County Middle School boys and girls competed at the Shelby County Invitational 3K Race Saturday, Sept. 6.

  • Raiders handed 49-0 setback on the road at Corbin

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    While the contractors are finishing up the football field behind the high school, the Trimble County High School Raiders are forced to play away from home. Last Friday night, the Raiders traveled to Corbin to take on the Corbin Redhounds, a District 4 Class 3A school. With 77 players dressed for the game, the Redhounds had the Raiders down 42-0 at halftime. The Raiders were outnumbered, outsized, and outscored 49-0 by the end of the game.

  • Morgan & Nay honored for ‘pursuit of excellence’

    The National Funeral Directors Association recently honored Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre of Madison, Ind, with its highest distinction, the “2014 Pursuit of Excellence Award.” Only 151 firms nationwide, including four from Indiana, merited the recognition.

  • Bringing lost lambs home

    I remember the first time one of my children got lost.
    She was maybe two and we were in a department store when I blinked or sneezed, and in that nanosecond when my eyes were closed, she disappeared.
    She was only gone for a few minutes, which was long enough for me to imagine the worst. So, I did what all mothers who think their kids are lost do, I panicked.
    But she wasn’t lost. She had ducked underneath a rack of clothes to hide from me.

  • Band a blessing at Mt. Byrd

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Sunday night Sept. 7, 2014, a group of musicians lifted their voices to praise the Lord, entertain, inspire and bless the audience with their vast amount of talent.
    They had a multitude of messages, but one seemed to stand out as if it were written in BOLD letters and that was to leave it at the Cross. This unique and sensational gospel band brings with it old time religion and originals to inspire all ages.

  • Kentucky remembers

    On Thursday this week, our nation will pause to remember those whose lives were lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
    If you are old enough to recall exactly where you were and what you were doing when you first heard the news, it can seem difficult to believe that 13 years have passed.
    As a nation, only a few events in our modern history stand as tall in our collective memory. They include the end of World War II, President Kennedy’s assassination and Neil Armstrong’s walking on the moon.

  • DNA research on attitudes and emotions, Pt 2

    Compiled by Rev. Patrice Joy Masterson, MA Reiki Master Instructor From How to Reprogram Your DNA for Optimum Health by Adelle LaBree

  • Dist. Gov. Crisp addresses local Rotary

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Bedford Rotary Club was pleased to host District 6710 Governor Jayne Crisp, and to hear her views on our club’s performance and future Rotary issues in general. District 6710 consists of 59 clubs including 3,000 Rotarians in Western Kentucky. Governor Crisp is a member of the Rotary Club of Murray and has held important administrative positions for many years, the latest being the District Awards Chairperson.