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Today's News

  • Library Progress

    Library Reading Program

    The Trimble County Public Library Summer Reading Program kicks into high gear today with the 1 p.m. arrival of Cambo the Clown in the library reading room. All ages are invited to attend.

    Magician Doug Doolin will entertain on Wednesday, June 22, at 1 p.m. in the The Trimble County Public Library reading room. All ages are invited to attend.

  • Weather key to Ky. agriculture

    Coming out of the wettest combined April and May on record, Kentucky agriculture producers are dealing with a multitude of problems including flooding and increased disease, according to Tom Priddy, UK Extension meteorologist.

    Data from Jan. 1 to May 31 reveals Kentucky’s wettest year on record with an average 31.38 inches of rainfall statewide. That figure surpasses the previous record of 31.18 inches set in 1950.

  • Adapting to a gluten-free diet

    A diagnosis requiring a gluten-free diet can make shopping and meal planning a daunting task. Manufacturers have responded with more products to suit the gluten-free life, ready-made items that are tastier than early counterparts, and an expanded selection of baking and packaged goods. Walk into many grocery stores these days, and you’ll see a selection of gluten-free products, including in the freezer section. These new offerings are a response to shoppers’ needs and requests for an increase in quantity and quality of gluten-free products.

  • Ashley Hawkins recognized by Natl. Science Foundation

  • JCTC students recognized at annual graduation ceremony

    By HEATHER YOCUM
    Special to The Trimble Banner

    On May 9, 270 graduates crossed the stage before more than 2,000 friends and family members during the annual commencement ceremony for Jefferson Community & Technical College at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

  • FOURTH NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLLS – TRIMBLE COUNTY SCHOOLS

    MILTON ELEMENTARY
    All A
    Grade two: Rachael Liter, Allie Wilberding, Jackson Consley, Ryan England, Brooke Liter, Jesse Peak and Maggie Stevens.
    Grade three: Mackenzie Herman, Ryker Matthews, Zoey Yeakey, Russ Crawford, Quentin Huff, Madison Jones, Alex Nichols, Jacob Perry and Hayley Snelling.
    Grade four: Lilly Craig, Alexis England and Laken Taylor.
    Grade five: Jasmine Combest, Bree Perry, Savanna Putman and Karli Tilley.

    All A-B

  • Practical benefits of Reiki

    Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation. The special energy that was gifted to Dr. Usui during a twenty-one day Mt Kurama retreat in 1914 was named Reiki. In the Japanese language, the word ‘Rei’ means Universal and ‘Ki’ means Spiritual wisdom which comes from God Consciousness through our Higher Self. This is an extremely high energy frequency which raises the level of lower dense energy that accompanies disease and disturbed emotional states. It aids many of our current health issues.

  • LOOKING BACK

     30 Years Ago (June 18, 1981)
    The Trimble Banner Democrat is moving to the building remembered by some as the old Pecar building. A move from the present main street location will take place around July 1.

    Mary Ann Bowman, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Ronald Bowman, graduated from Sullivan Junior College of Business on Friday, June 12.

    Steve Joslin, son of Mr. And Mrs. David Joslin was honored on the Dean’s List for the Spring Semester, 981 at Western Kentucky University.
    Annual Corn Creek Reunion was held last Sunday.

  • Hometown hydro champ sees regatta as ‘a racing heritage’

    By STEVE DAVID
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Trimble County Community Calendar

    Wednesday-Friday
    June 15 - 17