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Today's News

  • Raiders open diamond season with win

    The Trimble County Raiders opened the 2011 baseball campaign with a 4-0 shutout over Owen County on March 22. Josh Baker drove in two runs with a double in the second inning to give the Raiders the early lead. Trimble added two runs in the fourth inning for the final tally.

    “It was a good outing defensively,” Trimble Head Coach Frank Ragland said. “We made the plays we needed. We were alert and talking to each other.”

  • Trimble home to 4 certified roadside markets

    Trimble County is home to four of the 98 markets across the Commonwealth recently accepted into the 2011 Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Farm Market Program. The members are: Bray Fruit, Bray Orchard & Roadside Market, Callis Orchards and Tingle Farms Roadside Market.

    In joining the Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Farm Market Program, these markets have committed to offering quality products and service to their customers. Their acceptance by Farm Bureau tells customers that they meet the highest standards of quality, freshness, and marketing appeal.

  • Germinate seeds early, then transplant to garden

    Starting plants from seed early and transplanting them to the garden is a time-honored, economical and rewarding gardening tradition. Germinating seed at home increases the options for fall planting, when garden centers have stopped carrying a full array of plants, and it allows the home gardener to use saved seeds from unusual or favorite varieties that might be unavailable or hard to find.

  • COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Thursday, March 31
    The Trimble County Extension District Board will meet at the Trimble County Extension Office, 43 High Country Lane in Bedford, at 10 a.m.
    Trimble County Babe Ruth summer baseball program sign-ups are being held through March 31. Applications available at the Milton Municipal Building. The league is open to youths ages 13-15. Call 268-5224.
    Fri.-Sat., April 1-2

  • GUILTY

    (Editor’s note: In an effort to protect the victim, who is still a minor, neither her name nor the names of members of her immediate family are given in this report. Additionally, the print version contains an error. The incident of rape that led to Frank McCane's arrest occurred April 8, 2008, not 2006. We regret the error. The story here is corrected.)

  • NEWS AT A GLANCE

     

    Air Methods, MVFRD
    negotiate to reopen base

  • County to seek legal advice on need for courthouse firearms ban

    A discussion over the need for an ordinance to ban firearms from the Trimble County Courthouse and other county-owned facilities consumed much of Fiscal Courth’s meeting March 21.

    The issue was raised in letters written to the county by Circuit Judge Karen Conrad and Trimble County Attorney Perry Arnold, whose review of Kentucky statutes revealed a surprising loophole.

  • Rand’s Medicaid bill passes House, ready for Senate’s consideration

    FRANKFORT — The House voted 94-4 Monday night to allow the governor to fill a $139 million state Medicaid shortfall through expanded Medicaid managed care programs.

  • “Got Cedar: Now What?” program set

    Eastern redcedar is the most widely distributed conifer in the eastern United States and many Trimble County landowners have an abundance of it. But what can you do with it?

    To find out, plan to attend the “Got Cedar: Now What” educational program this Thursday, March 24, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Franklin County Extension Office. The Franklin County Extension Office is located at 101Lakewood Court in Frankfort.  

  • 2011 food guidelines, health and 4-H

    The newly released food guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicate a major shift in the recommendations that the agency is making for Americans. An increasing percentage of the population suffers from overweight, poor diet, obesity, forms of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other serious illnesses. The USDA’s revised guidelines are meant to raise awareness of the inherent risks in prevalent American lifestyle choices, characterized by an over-consumption of non-nutrient-dense highly processed foods and a sedentary lifestyle.