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Today's News

  • Local 5th graders enjoy Capitol tour
  • TCHS assistant coach is new golf pro at Perry Park

    A new face at Perry Park Golf Resort in Owen County will be familiar to many in Trimble and Carroll counties.

    Steven Wallace, currently an assistant basketball coach at Trimble County High School and a 2000 graduate of Carroll County High School, was recently hired as the golf pro at the resort; not bad for someone who did not become interested in golf until his senior year at CCHS.

  • Consumer alert issued for fake GED tests

    (FRANKFORT, Ky.)—Kentucky Adult Education, a unit of the Council on Postsecondary Education, issued a consumer alert today regarding fraudulent websites claiming to offer high school and GED® diplomas for a fee through the Internet.

    “Kentuckians need to know there is one way to earn a GED® credential and that is through a test administered onsite at an Official GED Testing Center™,” said Reecie Stagnolia, vice president for Kentucky Adult Education.

  • TC Youth Softball League readying for 2012 season

    The Trimble County Youth Softball League welcomes new director Dee Bromwell. Dee has been involved with the softball league for the past four years as a coach, board member for two years and an officer in the past.

    The league also recently welcomed new board members: Dan and Belinda Burns, Jason and Jodi Ginn, Charlie Ponder and Benny Cissell. If anyone has questions or concerns about the league they are encouraged to contact any of the board members.

  • Tennis: Trimble Boys win NCKC Tournament

    The Trimble County High School boys’ tennis team competed in the North Central Kentucky Conference tournament held April 14-15 at Walton Verona Athletic Complex in Verona, Kentucky.  

    Teams from Trimble, Carroll, Gallatin and Walton-Verona competed for the tournament  title with two doubles teams and two singles players representing each school.

  • SPRING SPORTS: TRACK & FIELD

    Trimble County High School’s track and field athletes are again hard at work this spring, making the best of the same handicap that has plagued all previous Raider track teams before them—the lack of a track facility on which to practice or host competitions.

    Nevertheless, “we have had a great start to the season,” first year Head Coach David Apel said. Apel succeeds longtime track mentor Jeff Vincent who was dismissed by the Trimble school system in January.

  • Which way should I go?

    I am notorious for my lack of a sense of direction.

    Just the other day one of our photographers at the newspaper caught me going south when I should’ve been going north to an assignment.

    He laughed about it, as did I. But there have been many times I’ve given him wrong directions to an assignment and he hasn’t laughed.

    Even with a GPS and written directions I still get it wrong six out of 10 times.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (April 29, 1982)
    A 97,700-gallon stand pipe (water silo) will be completed this week in Milton. With the new stand pipe a booster pump at the city limits on U.S. 42 will fill and back pressure and will handle pressure in the small lines.
    May 8th has been designated Bedford Clean up Day. Tyler Sanitation will pick up your throw-aways and clutter if you put them on the curb. They will take away everything but junk cars and dead livestock.

    Deaths: Beulah Ball Neher, Wayne, Mich, Trimble County native.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Special session ends with passage of key legislation

    It took a little longer than anyone wanted, but the General Assembly took two major steps forward for the state on Friday when it finalized the funding for the $4.5 billion road plan and approved a far-reaching measure to combat the prescription drug abuse epidemic.