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Today's News

  • Lady Raiders take 2 of 3 on the road

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders won two of three road contests in volleyball in the past week. Trimble defeated Williamstown last Tuesday by scores of 25-13 and 25-17. Trimble took their only defeat of the season at Oldham County on Thursday by scores of 11-25 and 14-25. The Lady Raiders bounced back to beat Eminence on Monday by scores of 25-9 and 25-19.

  • Cross Country schedule

    Aug. 27-St. X Tiger Run V; Aug. 30-NCKC Meet at Williamstown;

    Sept. 3-Shelby County Invitational V; Sept. 6-NCKC Meet at Gallatin; Sept. 10-Rumble Through the Jungle V; Sept. 13-NCKC Meet at Carroll; Sept. 17 Valkyrie Invit. V; Sept. 20-NCKC Meet at Owen; Sept. 20 Franklin Co. Invit. V; Sept. 27-NCKC Meet at Walton-Verona;

    Oct. 1-Greater Louisville Classic V; Oct. 4-NCKC Meet at Trimble; Oct. 8-Trimble Co. Invit.; Oct. 11-NCKC Championships at Henry; Oct. 15-S. Oldham Dragon Invit. V; Oct. 22-Henry Co. Invit. V; Oct. 29-Woodford Co. Invit. V;

  • Cross country rosters

    Varsity Boys
    Kevin Bailey-12
    Connor Ball-10
    Christian Apel-10
    Kyle Puckett-11
    Reese True-11
    Tray Robbins-10
    Corey Bailey-10

    Varsity Girls
    Kylie Wilberding-9
    Kristen Briad-8
    Emily Tingle-9
    Olivia Cooley-10
    Morgan Chappell-8
    Hannah Davis-12
    Colyn True-11
    Ashby Drake-9
    Erin Gonterman-10

    Middle School Boys
    Johnathan Papai-8
    Brennan Kunkel-8
    Aaron Haney-6
    Calvin Brown-8
    Brady Callis-7

  • FALL SPORTS PREVIEW: CROSS COUNTRY

    Trimble County High School’s cross country team opened the 2011 season on Saturday in the St. X Tiger Run at the Louisville Champions Park.

    “The meet went well,” Assistant Coach Mario Caudillo said yesterday. “I liked what I saw from the varsity boys, I believe they are starting with a very good base. As for the girls, considering we have some new members and the team is young, we will need to bear down and we have some work to do to obtain the goals that I know that they are capable of accomplishing.”

  • Div. of Forestry offers tree seedlings for planting during dormant season

    FRANKFORT, Ky. --  With fall just around the corner, state foresters are encouraging Kentuckians to plan their tree-planting activities now by ordering tree seedlings through the Kentucky Division of Forestry.  Nearly 50 species including white pine, baldcypress, black walnut, white oak, yellow-poplar, dogwood, redbud and many more are available by calling toll free 1-800-866-0555.  Order forms are also available on-line at http://forestry.ky.gov.

  • eCommerce workshop planned for Mondays at Extension office

    The Trimble County Cooperative Extension Service will offer an eCommerce Workshop, Monday evenings in October and November 2011.
    Sessions will be held from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the extension office located at 43 High Country Lane, Bedford.

    The registration fee of $25.00 includes workbook and dinner at each session.

    Please call the Trimble County Cooperative Extension office at (502) 255-7188 to register by Oct. 3, 2011.

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  • Understanding cholesterol and targeting your levels

    When you think of your cholesterol level you may think of some of the foods that you eat.

  • Youth football squad: Winless no more

    By TODD POLLOCK
    Special to The Trimble Banner

    After three consecutive seasons without a win, the drought is over for the varsity squad of the Trimble County Youth Tackle Football League. On Saturday, Aug. 27, the young Raiders demolished the Eastern Henry County Colts 26-0 a week after being beaten 14-0 by the Campbellsburg Bengals.

  • Speedway parking fix accelerated

    By Kevin Kelly
    The Kentucky Enquirer

    SPARTA - The rows of tobacco and corn growing on land across from Kentucky Speedway will be replaced next year by rows of cars.

    This week the speedway bought a large tract near Ky. 35 in Gallatin County from Jo Wischer. The 84-year-old Florence resident did not say Thursday how much the speedway paid for the “couple hundred acres,” but said she knows how it intends to use the property.

    “The speedway will be taking care of parking with it,” Wischer said.

  • 12 and Under softball