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Today's News

  • KHS to host Food for Thought The Shakers and the Civil War

    FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky Historical Society will host “Food for Thought: The Shakers and the Civil War,” at noon Wednesday, June 20, at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in downtown Frankfort.

    In any war there are those whose conscience prohibits them from taking up arms, and the Shakers were such a group during the Civil War.

  • What’s the interest in Pinterest?

    Are you on Pinterest?

    “What’s that?” you ask. Oh, honey, where have you been?

    Pinterest is an online bulletin board/scrap book/wish list site where you “pin” pictures of things you see elsewhere on the Web that you like.
    Puppies and kittens and fluffy clouds, cupcakes from Sprinkles in New York, sandals on sale at DSW, the beach at Turks and Caicos.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (June 17, 1982)
    Clyde “Jack” Greenwood, who has been associated with the Trimble Banner Democrat for 32 years, announced his retirement, effective July 1. Replacing Greenwood as editor will be June Lehue Rand, a native of Trimble County. Becky Jackson will continue as associate editor with responsibility for composition and as assistant in news coverage.

    Erin Wingham received all A’s for the entire year in Mrs. Lounita Hereford’s second grade.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Hospital care gets high marks in Ky.

    If today turns out to be an average one for Kentucky’s hospitals, here is a glimpse of what is taking place: More than 6,600 patients will be treated in emergency rooms; 14,000 more will be helped with other outpatient services; 1,500 will be discharged after a stay of about four-and-a-half days; and 150 of the state’s newest citizens will be born.

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  • Trimble County Community Calendar

    Thursday, June 14
    Milton City Commission  meets at 7 p.m. at the Milton Municipal Building.

    Friday-Saturday,
    June 15-16
    Trimble County Relay for Life runs from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. at the Bedford Elementary School. Booths, survivor’s walk and lots of fun for the community. Come out and make a difference. Everyone has been touched in one way or another. Let’s find a cure.

    Saturday, June 16

  • Legislative panel considers effect of new EPA rule

    FRANKFORT-- A new Environmental Protection Agency rule regulating greenhouse gas emissions favors natural gas over coal for electricity generation, a state Air Quality official told state lawmakers last week.

  • Two arrested at Pendleton meth lab

    A meth lab discovered in Henry County has led to the arrest of two people. Troopers from the Kentucky State Police Post 5 in Campbellsburg went to 221 Pendleton Loop at approximately 1 a.m. Friday. During a search of the residence, Troopers discovered a meth lab, as well as several ingredients used in methamphetamine production, inside the home. Outside the residence, Troopers discovered several bottles used to cook methamphetamine. There were no children present in the home.

  • Trimble County Sheriff’s Call Log

    Monday, June 4
    5:13 p.m., disturbance, 300 block McDowell Ln

    Tuesday, June 5
    8:24 a.m., speeding complaint, U.S. 421 at Bray’s near Bedford
    11:49 a.m., animal complaint, Wesley Dr
    11:55 a.m., criminal mischief complaint, Al’s Dr
    1:19 p.m., animal complaint, 7000 block Burkhardt Bottom Rd
    4:02 p.m., federal overtime traffic detail, 12000 block U.S. 421N

    Wednesday, June 6
    7:42 a.m., federal overtime traffic detail, 12000 block U.S. 421N