Today's News

  • Group provides support to homeschool families

    EMINENCE, Ky. – Christy Coleman decided to home school her children when she was still in high school and long before she married her husband, Micah, and became a mom.

    Part of her decision likely stems from her own academic experience: She attended a public elementary school, but in middle school was switched to a private school. In high school, she returned to public education.

  • Public invited to comment on utility issues

    Kentucky News Service

  • On the MOVE!


    The Trimble County Public Library was abuzz with activity as employees and movers loaded up books, boxes, furniture, computers and everything else in preparation for the move to its new location.

    The old library, at the corner of U.S. 42 and Church Street in Bedford, closed Aug. 25 to allow employees time to start packing. Movers from B&D Installation of Chandler, Ind., came to haul it all about 2 miles away to the new library, located just south of the Bedford city limits on U.S. 42.

  • A century later, descendants to honor Confederate general

    By Tom Eblen
    Lexington Herald-Leader columnist

    Descendants of Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s men and other Civil War buffs will gather Saturday outside the Lexington History Museum to mark the 100th anniversary of Morgan’s heroic statue being placed there.

  • National economic woes show need to examine the family budget

    Recent national and global economic news has been troubling, with significant long-term issues that contribute to financial uncertainty. While it’s important to remain aware of these issues, concern is better channeled into productive action on a more personal level, such as examining your family’s budget and making decisions that wisely use money.

  • Fall: Taking advantage of the third gardening season

    Gardening this year has surely had its ups and downs. It rained profusely in April and May, delaying planting. Then came the weeds followed by early blight, late blight, Septoria leaf blight and insects! If that wasn’t bad enough, it stopped raining along with 20 plus days of temperatures above 90 degrees. However, gardeners still have one more opportunity to complete the gardening season.

  • Young Raiders have strong start in loss

    “How can I not be upbeat about the future?”

    Trimble County High School’s first-year football head coach William Blair suppressed his disappointment over his team’s season-opening loss by focusing on the positive aspects of the game.

    Visiting Berea got on the scoreboard first, taking a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter en route to a 19-8 win over Trimble County Friday. Berea scored again with 3:26 to go in the first half but the kick for the extra point failed and Trimble trailed 13-0.

  • Ladies overcome slow start to top Gallatin

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders got a wakeup call in their Tuesday matchup with Gallatin County last week. Trimble had rolled over Walton-Verona the previous week and handily dispatched Carroll County on the previous evening but both the volleyball ball and the net appeared foreign to Trimble in the early going during their home match with Gallatin.

  • Summer league baseball tournament action

    An exciting weekend was had by all the weekend of June 10th as the Trimble County Youth Baseball League hosted a Home Run Derby, skills competition and a tournament.


    Boys’ Varsity Golf Coach