Today's News

  • Trimble shines in local meets

    Trimble County’s Runnin’ Raiders hosted two meets in cross country last week. In Tuesday’s outing both Trimble teams took first place. In Saturday’s larger meet, Trimble’s girls again took the top spot while the boys took third place behind North Oldham and Owen County.

    Trimble’s Erin Gonterman took first place overall in both girls’ competitions.

    Trimble junior Christian Apel finished second in Tuesday’s race and seventh among the boys on Saturday. Full details will be published next week.

  • Raiders suffer 57-6 Homecoming loss to Owen County


    Special to The Trimble Banner

    In their October 5 homecoming game, the Trimble County Raiders took yet another hit on the football field, losing 57-6 to the Owen County Rebels.

    Kickoff was followed by a fierce attack by the Raiders against their Rebel opponents, whom many considered faster and physically larger than the home team.

  • District Tournament loss closes another stellar season

    North Oldham rolled into the Trimble County High School gymnasium for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s 29th District Volleyball Tournament Monday and closed the door on another marvelous season by the Trimble County Lady Raiders.

    The Lady Mustangs squelched Trimble’s hopes for advancement by handing the Lady Raiders three straight setbacks: 15-25, 11-25 and 14-25 on Monday.

  • Can we be angry with God?

    Here’s a question for you: Is it wrong to be angry with God?

    Most of us who are afraid of lightning bolts frying our faces off or earthquakes rattling our brains and opening the earth to swallow us whole would probably say yes.

     God is God and Creator and we are very much not God. That said, can we be honest? Sometimes God does stuff — or doesn’t do stuff — that ticks us off.


    30 Years Ago (Oct. 14, 1982)
    Trimble County Sheriff Howard Long is still investigating the plane crash of a Cessna 182 into the Ohio River last July 4.

    The Milton Town Board received a complete set of plans and Joe Ballard, from the construction-engineering firm, said that a copy of the plans had been sent to the state for approval and any revisions that would be deemed necessary. If revisions were not needed, the target date for letting out the contract for construction of the system would be six months.

  • Lady Raiders deserve better in postseason play

    Another stellar season for the Trimble County Lady Raiders has come to an abrupt, premature end at the hands of a strong team of giants from Oldham County.

  • Jenny Lind production is this weekend

    Bedford’s Jenna Underhill will play the lead role of Jenny Lind in “When Jenny Lind Came To Town” at Hanover College’s Fitzgibbon Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12, and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14.

    Underhill, a 2011 graduate of Trimble County High School, is currently a sophomore majoring in communications and theater at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany.

    In addition to her role as Jenny Lind, Underhill is also the play’s assistant director.