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Today's News

  • TC girls take Carroll meet, boys 4th

    Trimble County High School’s girls’ track team took first place in last Tuesday’s All Comers Meet at Carroll County. The girls out-pointed second place Grant County by 114 points and third place Carroll County by 127 points. Trimble took fourth place in the boys’ competition. Carroll County took first place overall in the boys’ meet.

    “It was an awesome night for the Runnin’ Raiders,” Trimble Coach Jeff Vincent said. “Coming off a nice and much needed break, most of our kids really responded!”

  • Grads feted April 30

    The Trimble County Alumni Association Banquet will be held on Saturday, April 30, at the Bedford Elementary School.

  • Trimble Youth League Basketball
  • Trimble tennis teams have busy week

    Forfeit costs boys at Collins High School

    On Tuesday, April 12, the Trimble County High School boys’ tennis team was defeated by Collins High School by a match score, 2-3.

    In No. 1 singles action Trimble’s Nick Kleinhenz was defeated by John Oakley, 4-6, 5-7. Trimble’s No. 2 singles player, Dylan Stethan, won against Sam Rathke, 6-1, 6-3. Trimble forfeited the number 3 singles.

    In No. 1 doubles play Trimble County’s Damon Copeland and Reese True defeated Collins’ Luke Noel and Derek Stivers, 6-0, 6-0

  • Lady Raiders Varsity Softball
  • New Psalm at Milton Christian April 30
  • Debate: How should we celebrate the day after Easter?

    Recently, someone asked on a Christian Website: How should you celebrate the day after Easter?

    We’ve all heard the debates over how to celebrate the actual holiday, with Christians arguing with each other over whether or not the pagan symbols of eggs, furry bunnies and marshmallow Peeps are spiritually detrimental.

    But the day after Easter? Don’t we all just go back to work with leftover ham sandwiches in our lunch boxes?

  • LOOKING BACK

     30 Years Ago (April 16, 1981)
    Work is pacing along ahead of schedule on the extensions to Trimble Water District No. 1, and work is 55 percent complete overall, Merle Jackson, commissioner, said this week. Jackson said after the 26 miles is completed, 122 new users will be served.

  • Census statistics show Kentuckians number 4.34 million

    About a year after George Washington was elected President, Congress decided that one of the country’s first orders of business was finding out just how many lived here.

  • Paranormal event in May at Carrollton’s Butler Park

    CARROLLTON, Ky. -- Join certified ghost hunter Starr Williams and the ghost hunting teams, RIP and Tristate Shadowchasers, for an exciting and fun paranormal experience during the Spirits of Butler Paranormal Weekend May 14-15 at General Butler State Resort Park.

    This year’s program brings new members to the investigation team, new technology and new interesting investigation locations in addition to the Butler-Turpin State Historic House and cemetery.