Today's News

  • Bands to present Christmas concert at Bedford Baptist Dec. 18

    The Trimble County High School Band Ensembles will present their annual Christmas Concert at the Bedford Baptist Church on Thursday Dec. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Admissions is free.
    The Concert Band, Jazz Combo, Brass Choir, and the audience will all be featured as the musicians will perform a Christmas sing-a-long to conclude the evening.  The Concert is being professionally recorded and CD’s will be available for purchase!

  • Lady Raiders/Wildcats battle in exciting 61-55 Trimble win

    The Trimble Banner
    It was a game of back and forth in the first half Monday as Trimble County battled visiting Gallatin County. Trimble led by four after a quarter of play but the Lady Wildcats overcame that deficit to take a six-point 30-24 lead to the halftime lockers.

  • Trimble County Raiders FOOTBALL SR. NIGHT Part Two
  • Trimble County Raiders FOOTBALL SR. NIGHT
  • School lunch menus

    Monday, Nov. 17: Pizza, fresh garden salad, corn, pineapple.
    Tuesday, Nov. 18: Chicken nuggets, pinto beans, potato wedges, cornbread, apple crisp.
    Wednesday, Nov. 19: Bosco sticks, marinara sauce, glazed carrots, peas, grapes.
    Thursday, Nov. 20: Turkey roast/dressing, mashed potatoes/gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, fruit salad, hot roll.
    Friday, Nov. 21: BBQ on whole grain bun, French fries, slaw, ice cream cup, mandarin oranges.

  • Leftover turkey talk

    The holidays are quickly approaching, and with them, the season of great eating. Soon, you’ll have more turkey and dressing than you’ll know what to do with.
    It’s a great idea to save your Thanksgiving leftovers, as it stretches your holiday food dollars and provides quick meals for your family. Leftovers must be stored and reheated safely to prevent foodborne illnesses. Follow these tips to ensure your leftovers are safe to eat:

  • Kentucky Beef Checkoff program Nov. 20

    For more than 30 years, Kentucky farmers have supported the beef industry through a per-head checkoff program. When it began in 1976, the checkoff was 10 cents per head. The passage of the 1985 Farm Bill replaced the state program with a Federal Beef Checkoff program of $1 per head when a beef animal is sold during its lifetime. Half of the money comes back to Kentucky to support state beef promotion through the Kentucky Beef Council.

  • TCMS boys’ basketball results
  • Runnin’ Raiders compete at Regional, State meets

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    On Saturday, Nov. 1, the Runnin’ Raiders headed to Maysville for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association super regional cross country meet. This is the only meet to qualify for the state race.

  • Raiders end football year with 43-0 postseason loss

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    For the first time in five years, a Trimble County High School football team made its way into the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s playoffs. The Raiders finished the regular season with a 3-7 record and earned the right to play in the postseason action when they defeated divisional foe Owen County with a score of 34-6 on October 10.