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Today's News

  • County has new driver’s license software, cameras

    Installation of software and cameras for Kentucky’s new driver’s license required a one-day suspension of license-issuing activity in the Trimble County Circuit Court Clerk’s office this week.

    Driver’s licensing operations resumed Tuesday, and the new license will be available to Trimble County residents. 
               

  • Panthers dominate first half as Raiders fall 59-13

    By JAMES LINE
    The Trimble Banner

    In an eagerly anticipated game between two close rivals, the Carroll County football team defeated the Trimble County Raiders 59-13 on Friday, Oct.19.

    The Raiders faced an onslaught of tough offensive plays from the Panthers, as Carroll scored two touchdowns by John Michael Adams and Tyshaun Embs minutes after kickoff, 13-0.

  • Trimble runners impressive at Woodford Invitational

    The Trimble County “Runnin’ Raiders” made a strong showing in the Woodford County Invitational cross country meet held Saturday at the Woodford County Park in Versailles.

    Eighteen schools participated in the boys’ meet, 13 fielded complete teams and Trimble’s boys’ team placed fourth overall.

    “This is pretty darn remarkable,” Trimble Coach David Apel said, “considering all but one other school who participated were bigger schools than Trimble -- only Paris and Trimble were 1A schools.”

  • Forgiveness and ‘forgetness’

    (Editor's note: A Chronicle reader requested that we reprint this column that first ran in July 2004. It’s a good one, so here goes.)

    Several weeks ago, a friend and I were talking about ghosts in closets -- things that people say they’ve forgiven and forgotten, but they really haven’t.

  • Compassion

    Compassion is defined as caring about the suffering and needs of others. If we want to live in a world of kindness and compassion, we must also walk the talk. This trait  must be created inside ourselves and be demonstrated by our outward acts. We are each challenged to examine our own behavior and thoughts. We need to control our response to external events, actions and opinions of others in order to build compassion for what  motivates their behavior. Compassion starts with being able to understand where the other person is coming from.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (Oct. 28, 1982)

     A large group of people, about 60, gathered at the Trimble County Public Library last Tuesday as the library board met to decide whether or not the proposed November 15th closing of the library would be permanent or temporary. Many suggestions were made on how to keep the library operating until tax money came in. The final comment before adjournment was an invitation to attend Thursday’s fiscal court meeting and learn what they could do to help.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Banquet promises to be an evening of laughs and memories

    Alas, the final planning meeting for this weekend’s Trimble County Alumni banquet came and went last Saturday with one solitary soul in attendance--me.

  • Local students in EKU Honors Program

    RICHMOND, KY -- Approximately 400 students are members of the nationally prominent Honors Program at Eastern Kentucky University.  Among the current members are the following local students: Jacob Blair, Bedford, sophomore Journalism major; Michael Gonterman, Milton, freshman Finance major; and Brian Hemmer, Bedford, sophomore Aviation major

  • State police plan checkpoints

    The Kentucky State Police will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints in the counties of Oldham, Trimble, Henry, Owen, Carroll and Gallatin during the period of October 29 - November 12, 2012.

    The intent of a traffic safety checkpoint is to provide for high visibility public safety service, focusing on vehicular equipment deficiencies, confirming appropriate registration of vehicles and the licensing of drivers.  Violations of law or other public safety issues that arise shall be addressed in accordance with Kentucky traffic and regulatory laws.