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Today's News

  • TRIMBLE COUNTY NEWS OF PUBLIC RECORD

    Items published in court news are public record.

    The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.

    Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt.

    The following cases were heard in Trimble County Court the week of July 23-July 27, 2012.

    Felony

  • Court services to observe furlough days in Kentucky

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Courthouses in many counties of Kentucky will be closed and all court services will be unavailable Monday, Aug. 6, as the Kentucky Judicial Branch shuts down for the first of three furlough days in 2012.

    Here in Trimble County, county offices that share space with the state court system in courthouses and judicial centers will not be affected and will remain open for business as usual.

  • Chuck's Chix reign at Shelby
  • Punishment Wrestling has successful season

    By Suzy Sachleben-Turner

    Punishment Youth Wrestling Academy, located in Milton, Kentucky had an extremely successful 2011-2012 Wrestling season. The Academy is a training facility for area youth ages 4 and up who wish to learn the sport of competitive wrestling.

    PWA provides instruction on three types of Wrestling, Folkstyle, Freestyle and Greco-Roman. The Academy welcomes wrestlers from both Kentucky and Indiana, and provides basic to advanced technique instruction.

  • Birthplace gone but not forgotten

    By BOB STEWART

    Special to The Trimble Banner

    The house shown above was exactly 100 years old when it was torn down and replaced with a U.S. Steel house in 1960. The date of construction was burned into the center gable. Duper Craig of Carrollton saved much of the poplar lumber for his use later on. The leftover debris was then burned.

  • Proper food handling and storage

    Approximately 1 in 6 Americans will get sick from food poisoning this year. You can stay safe by following four simple steps: clean, separate, cook and chill.

    Keep hands and surfaces clean. Bacteria can live in many places.

  • Stockpiling for fall pasture dependent on weather conditions

    Early to mid-August is generally a good time to remove cattle from selected tall fescue pastures and apply 40-100 pounds of nitrogen for stockpiling and later fall grazing. You want to select pastures that have been grazed low or clipped to 3 to 4 inches so stockpiled grass comes from new growth. Well, for most pastures, this isn’t a big problem because we pretty much don’t have any pasture growth due to the lack of rainfall.  Rain last week helped, but we aren’t out of the woods by any stretch of the imagination.

  • Exciting finish caps Columbia Cup race

    After one of the most action packed days of racing in the history of the Air National Guard H1 Unlimited Series and a photo finish in the winner-take-all championship Final Heat, Jimmy Shane of Havre de Grace, Maryland found him self atop the podium flanked by J Michael Kelly in second place and Dave Villwock in third.

    Steve David led the final two laps in the 6 Oh Boy! Oberto and would have been the winner except for a violation of the score-up buoy before the start of the race which sent him around for an extra lap.

  • New head coach to lead Raider football

    Trimble County High School has a new head football coach for the second year in a row. Carrollton resident Justin Franklin succeeds William Blair III who left the program and a teaching position at Trimble County Middle School following the 2011-12 school term ended.

    Franklin, a 1999 Carroll County High School graduate, is married to the former Krista Hughes of Trimble County. Franklin served as an assistant football coach at Manual High School for the past four years, according to Trimble County High School Athletic Director Frank Ragland.

  • New TCHS athletic complex taking shape near BES

    By SARAH BEACH

    The Trimble Banner Intern

    Trimble County High School is getting its own baseball, softball and tennis facilities.

    Previously, football players shared their field with the baseball players. This was accomplished by building a fence across the 40-yard line and then taking it down after baseball season, said Trimble County Schools Superintendant Marcia Dunaway.

    Softball players went to the middle school to practice, and tennis players went to the county park.