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Today's News

  • Trimble readers on vacation
  • It’s time to be preparing your home for cold weather

    Early fall is the perfect time to start preparing your home for cold weather. There are several no cost or lost cost improvements that you can make to your home to reduce your winter bills.

    According to the United States Department of Energy, 46 percent of your utility bill goes for heating and cooling your home.  To reduce your heating costs, adjust your thermostat to as high or as low as is comfortable in the winter.  You may also want to consider a programmable thermostat. 

  • Farmers advised to be on watch for cyanide poisoning

    Now that fall has begun, county livestock producers should be alert to the increasing chance of frost and the risk some forages have of causing cyanide (Prussic Acid) poisoning.

  • CAC defeats Portland Christian, Madison

    The Christian Academy of Carrollton junior varsity volleyball team, coached by Laura Nelson, is off to a good start on their 2012 season.

    On Friday, Sept. 14, CAC played Portland Christian Academy in Louisville. CAC beat PCS in the first set, 25–16. The second set went into overtime with PCS winning 27-25. The third set was the tie-breaker with CAC pulling out with the win 15-9.

  • Trimble, struggling from injuries, falls 48-0 at Gallatin

    By JAMES LINE

    Special to The Trimble Banner

    The Trimble County High School football team struggled to recuperate this week after a severe loss to the Gallatin County Wildcats on Friday, September 21. The score was 48 - 0.

  • TCMS Football Raiders
  • Trimble County High School Girls' Golf
  • Lady Raiders triumph in Carroll County River Classic

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders took their “A Game” to Carrollton Saturday and obliterated the competition to win the Carroll County River Classic volleyball tournament. It was an exhausting day for Trimble’s girls in the eight-team, double-elimination marathon.

    Trimble picked up four wins during a busy day, defeated Grant County—25-17, 25-20; Ludlow—14-25, 26-24, 25-12; Meade County—25-14, 25-20; and Carroll County—25-14, 25-21 in the championship.

    Individual stats were as follows:

  • Till death and beyond

    Many couples are creating their own version of wedding vows. My husband and I just got back from a trip to Chicago to my youngest son’s wedding. Kevin and his new bride are a part of this intentional movement to give conscientious thought to the commitments they are making to one another. I want to share with you the promises they expressed as reasons to choose to spend the rest of their lives together. Here is part of their wedding ceremony:

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (Sept. 30, 1982)
    Trimble County High School’s Football Homecoming will be tomorrow night. There will be a parade at 5:30 with several units participating. The Band Boosters will be sponsoring a chili supper beginning around 5.

    Insurance rates go down as Fire Department ratings go up. Milton Fire Dept. just passed an inspection and their rating went from class nine to a class Ten. This happens when a department adds equipment, puts in fire hydrants and learns how much water they can deliver.