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Today's News

  • TCHS boys’ tennis attract ‘attention’

    Trimble County High School’s boys’ tennis program has five returning players this season and three new faces. One of the new faces is Leslie Cutshaw, the new head coach of the boys’ tennis program this year.

  • TCHS girls’ tennis confident, young

    The Trimble County High School girls’ tennis team will try to build on the stellar example of Kasi Fogle, last year’s lone graduate from the team, as they work to improve on the 4-7 record compiled by the 2011 Lady Raiders.

    Fogle was the 2011 North Central Kentucky Conference singles winner with a 16-2 season record as Trimble’s top singles player. Fogle had a loss at the regional and at the state tournament.

  • Scarred for life

    All this past week I’ve been talking to people with scars for a series of stories that I wrote for the newspaper where I work.

    I got the idea from a photographer I heard on the radio, talking about a series of photos he had done of people’s scars.

    He said that every scar tells a story.

  • Mt. Tabor revival starts Tuesday

    Mt. Tabor Wesleyan Church, located on Palmyra Road, will hold a revival meeting, beginning Tuesday, March 27, and continuing through Sunday, April 1.

    The evangelist and singers are the Rev. Jeff Moore family from Westport, Ind. Services will be held at 7 p.m. each evening, Tuesday through Saturday. On Sunday, April 1, Sunday School is at 9:45 a.m. and morning worship at 10:30 a.m. The Sunday evening service on April 1 is at 5:30 p.m.

    Contact Rev Orville Mann (502) 268-5918 or Rev Wayne Mahoney (502) 268-3690 for more information.
     

  • Cton Wesleyan to host Realm

    The Carrollton Wesleyan Church, 216 Third Street in Carrollton, will host a concert by The Infinite Realm at 6 p.m., Sunday, March 25.

  • Sligo Baptist welcomes pastor

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (March 25, 1982)

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Comer: Help is available for farmers hit by March 2 storms

    I was heartbroken to hear of the loss of life and property from the storms that ripped through parts of Kentucky on March 2. To those of you who were affected, my family and I hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Many of you lost your homes, your businesses, your vehicles, and other property in the storms. You are frustrated, and you just want to get back to some sense of normalcy. Neither I nor anyone else can make the pain of loss go away. But there are sources of aid to help you in this difficult time.

  • Walker hustling to build shelter

    Tony Walker is a man under pressure.

    The Bedford resident, who owns TW Concrete, was hired by Trimble County Fiscal Court in January to build a new animal shelter, which will be shared by Trimble and Henry counties. His deadline of July 1 is coming up fast.

    Walker said concrete and masonry contracts were approved during a special Fiscal Court meeting Friday, March 2. At the end of the meeting, the plan was to begin “moving dirt” to prepare the site, located across the road from Valley View Landfill, on Monday, March 5.