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Today's News

  • Learning to let go allows woman to find true love

    I have an inspiring story about a very unhappy young woman who was one of my clients.
    Linda’s depression resulted from the break-up with her boyfriend months earlier. She had not been able to pick up the pieces and move on.
    Her thoughts kept returning to what she had lost and what she had done wrong. Mike, her ex, refused to talk to Linda, and he had actually started a serious relationship with Betty. It was up to Linda to work on building a path to her future.

  • PUBLIC RECORDS, Feb. 9

    FELONIES

  • Variety of topics at February meetings

    The following are programs planned for February and aimed at producers and others involved in horticulture and agriculture.

    Produce meeting

  • Saving tips can reduce energy use, costs

    It’s winter in Kentucky, and what a beautiful time of the year.
    But beauty can also be costly. Heating and cooling costs account for more than 50 percent of energy use in a typical U.S. home. In most households, it often is the largest energy expense.
    It’s no secret that energy use will peak, but there’s no need to panic. Here are a few ways to offset excessive energy usage and electric or gas bills.

    Tips for saving energy

  • Trimble County Schools announce honor roll

    TRIMBLE COUNTY
    HIGH SCHOOL

    All A

    Grade nine: Christian Apel, Conner Ball, Whitney Boatman, Courtney Buchanan, Olivia Cooley, Charlton Davis, McKenna Ginn, Erin Gonterman, Donna Lewis, Savannah Moore, Tray Robbins, Hadessa Zetko

    Grade 10: Jessica Ball, Robert Brooks, Kalee Cook, Chloe Griffith, Eric Massie, Trent Taylor, Jordan Tingle, Colyn True, Zachary Whitaker

  • Fourth-grade Raiders win championship

    The Trimble County fourth-grade boys youth league team took the championship title in tournament play recently at Southwestern Elementary in Hanover, Ind.

    The boys beat Pope John, 31-12, in the opening game; Henry County in the semi-finals, 27-13; and St. Mary’s in the championship game, 30-22.

    In that final game, the young Raiders were out to avenge a loss to St. Marys from the first game of the season. St. Mary’s came out with some sharp shooting and jumped out to an early 12-4 lead.

  • Raiders enjoy big wins on hoops court

    The Trimble Banner

    It hasn’t been a banner year for the Trimble County Raiders varsity basketball team, but it has been exciting – particularly last week.

    On Saturday, the Raiders handed a 49-40 loss to the Williamstown Bearcats at this year’s Homecoming game – revenge for an earlier match up in which Williamstown took a 66-58 victory.

    That followed on the heels of a breath-taking win Tuesday, Feb. 1, against the Raiders’ arch rival, the Carroll County Panthers – also a home game.

  • Where the wild things are
  • NEWS AT A GLANCE

    Weather buff? Learn to spot tornados

    Trimble and Henry county Emergency Management officials are offering a free tornado spotter’s class at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, at Kentucky State Police Post 5, Citation Lane, Campbellsburg, Ky. For more information or to sign up, call (502) 255-4281.

    Relay teams host 2nd Chili Cook-Off

  • Love for game, kids keeps Cornbread in the referee game

    By MIKE FIELDS
    Lexington Herald-Leader