Today's News

  • Road trip

    My driving habits are in keeping with my approach to life; impulsive, distracted and a host of near misses. I don’t set out with the intention of wreaking havoc on the highways and byways of our fair Commonwealth. It just seems that my forays out into the big, bad world are destined for a mishap of one kind or another.

  • Be a consumer who is aware

    We’ve all heard the old saying, “If something is too good to be true, it probably is.” This saying continues to hold true for consumers who are constantly bombarded with products claiming to be cure-alls in areas ranging from germ protection to quick and extreme weight loss.

  • Protect your home from termites

    Springtime brings warmer temperatures and more abundant rainfall, and it’s typically when many winged termites emerge inside homes and other structures. Termites swarm from their colony to disburse, fall to the ground, find mates and start new colonies in the soil.
    Through May, you might see swarms of winged termites, called swarmers, inside your home, signaling an infestation that can cause extensive and costly damage. Since swarmers are attracted to light, you often see them or their shed wings around windows, doors and light fixtures.

  • US 421 slide repairs complete in Trimble County

    LOUISVILLE, Ky.–The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet maintenance crews and contractors have completed slide repairs on US 421 south of Bedford in Trimble County. Both lanes of the roadway are now open near Rose Hill Road (mile point 4.9). KYTC maintenance staff discovered an embankment slide on March 31 where the shoulder of the road had broken away into Town Branch Creek. One lane of the roadway had been closed for the last two weeks.

  • Hydroplane racing world mourns historian Fred Farley

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  • Miss Madison team regroups after key resignations

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    Work in preparation for the upcoming H1 Unlimited hydroplane racing season continues at the Miss Madison boat shop on Milton Street in downtown Madison despite the exit of two key members of the local racing team last week. Two-time back-to-back National Champion driver Jimmy Shane and crew chief Larry Hanson both abruptly announced their resignations mid-week, fueling speculation among the extended hydroplane racing community of inner turmoil within the team.

  • Trimble tennis results

    Trimble County’s boys’ tennis team fell to a 0-5 defeat at home Monday against Frankfort. In singles action, Kenny Payton was defeated by Sam Midkiff 1-6, 1-6. Nathan Gibson fell to defeat vs. Myles Stumbo 0-6, 0-6. Frankfort won the third singles and both doubles matches by default.

  • Raiders are runnersup in 8th Region All A held at Gallatin
  • Lady Raiders take second in 8th Region All A softball meet
  • Middle school wins NCKC track & field conference titles

    The Trimble County Middle School track team won the conference title Thursday in New Castle during the North Central Kentucky Middle School Conference Championship. The girls’ team collected 162 points and the boys’ team earned 159 points during the meet to gain the conference titles.