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Today's News

  • LOOKING BACK

         30 Years Ago
    (June 4, 1981)
    Debbie Moore, Ninetta Thompson, Howard Bentley and Larry Chandler, of the Trimble Co. EMS have successfully competed their certification classes with the American Heart Association to teach cardio pulmonary resuscitation classes.
    Trimble 4-Hers planted flowers around the courthouse as part of 4-H Community Pride project.
    Ann Yager-Powell graduated from U of L with a Master of Education degree.
    Corn Creek Church will hold its annual reunion Sunday, June 14.

  • Miracles bring faith to the cynical

    Joan Chipkar is one of those people I can’t say no to.

    In 2004, after Florida was hit by hurricanes, she convinced me to go with her to do laundry for health department staff working in the hardest hit area.

    Last year, when her beloved therapy dog Charlie died, I wrote an obituary column about the brown and white cocker spaniel.

    And when she called last week to ask me to write about her miracle great-grandson Landon in Alabama, I didn’t say yes, but I didn’t say no.

  • Cancer is top health concern among Kentuckians

    Earlier this year, The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky asked more than 1,600 Kentuckians a simple question: What do you think is the most pressing healthcare issue for our citizens? The answer given most often was a word no one wants to hear: Cancer.

    There’s good reason why it’s the top health concern, because in the Commonwealth it’s the leading cause of death among women and a close second behind heart disease in men.  Unfortunately, it’s also more prevalent here than in other states.

  • BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
  • THIS WEEK IN TRIMBLE COUNTY

    Saturday, June 11
    The Trimble County Band members will hold a car wash Saturday, June 11, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Little Town & Country Restaurant in Bedford. The car wash is free. Donations will be accepted and appreciated. All proceeds from the car wash will benefit the Trimble County Middle and High School band programs. Call Dawn Arnett, 268-3385, for more information.

    Monday-Friday
    June 13 - 17

  • News of Public Record 06-08-11

    Items published in court news are public record.
    The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.
    Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt.
    The following records were heard in court the week of May 30-June 3, 2011

    Felony

  • Bedford Rotary Club seeks nominees for Citizen of the Year

    The Bedford Rotary Club is seeking nominations for Citizen of the Year.  This person should be someone who has gone above and beyond his/her normal duties.  Please describe in no more than 100 words why you think this person should be Citizen of the Year.  Please submit your entries by June 17th to P.O. Box 62, Bedford KY 40006.

  • Trimble’s 2011 Relay for Life this weekend

    Meetings have been held monthly, teams have been chosen, yard sales, cookouts, bake sales and bike runs have been going on for months. All to benefit the 2011 Trimble County Relay for Life.
    Friday night will start the fourth continuous year in Trimble County. And it’s the fourth year to use the front parking lot of Bedford Elementary School.

    The community is invited to attend the festivities Friday night. For those of you who do not know what the Relay for Life is all about, you will be in for a huge surprise.

  • Utilities warn of high rate increases

    By BETH MUSGRAVE

    Officials of the state’s utility companies told lawmakers Thursday that all Kentucky customers can expect average rate increases of 20 percent during the next five years. Utilities are preparing to spend around $9 billion over the next five or six years to comply with proposed or pending federal environmental regulations.

  • Congratulations!

    There were smiles. There were hugs. There were tears. There was music. There was applause. There were cheers. There were words of reflection, encouragement and congratulations. There were goodbyes.

    The Trimble County High School gymnasium was packed to capacity Saturday morning as family members, friends and faculty came to celebrate the completion of the secondary education of 90 young scholars.