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Today's News

  • FBLA Leadership Conference
  • TCHS Drama Club to perform “Plaza Suite” this weekend

    By Trevor Browning
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    This weekend marks the final performance of the year for the Trimble County Drama Club. The season, which began roughly in August, has been an incredible experience for the young actors and actresses as well as Coach Carrie Law. Not only has the club embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to New York City for Broadway acting workshops, they have introduced their loyal audiences with more plays than they have ever performed previously in a single year.

  • Short-handed Lady Raiders fall in Class A

    By KEVIN BRADLEY
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Lady Raiders had the unfortunate happenstance of seeing their big weekend of playing in the All A Classic State Tournament fall on the same weekend as the annual high school prom.

  • Basketball banquet
  • Trimble teams take fourth in high school NCKC Meet

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    Trimble County High School’s track and field teams took fourth place overall in both the boys’ and girls’ high school competitions at the North Central Kentucky Sports Conference Meet, held April 21 at Walton-Verona High School.
    Trimble’s individual girls’ results were as follows:
    100 meter dash—Shelby Papai, 9th, 16.06.
    400 meter dash—Ashley Brierly, 1st, 1:09.18; and Tessa Chilton, 6th, 1:22.23.

  • TCMS boys’ track team wins conference meet

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    The Trimble Banner
    On Thursday night, April 23, the Trimble County Middle School track team raced their way to the top at the North Central Kentucky Conference Meet, held in Henry County. The boys won first place and the girls were runner up, with only six female athletes competing.

  • The joy of being a sinner

    Thanks to my daughter, Alison, I’ve been listening to Chris Rosebrough, a Lutheran pastor in North Dakota who has a daily podcast, “Fighting for the Faith.”
    He critiques sermons by a number of superstar Christian pastors and speakers who have become more enamored with themselves than with Jesus. Among other things, Rosebrough points out how they mangle or water down scripture, or ignore it altogether.

  • LOOKING BACK

    May 2, 1985 (30 Years Ago)

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • House Speaker: ‘right to work wrong for Kentucky’

    Over the last four months, there has unfortunately been a renewed effort to breathe life into a proposal that most economists declared dead long ago. Supporters call it “right to work”; the rest of us, with the facts on our side, call it “right to work for less.”
    Those backing the concept claim it will cure everything but the common cold. Not embracing it, they say, has cost Kentucky countless jobs and limited worker choice.
    They’re wrong on both counts.