Today's News

  • Trimble County Community Calendar

    Thursday, June 30
    The Trimble County Alumni Association will meet at the Trimble County Public Library at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 30. The meeting is open to all persons interested in event planning for next year’s Alumni Banquet and the upcoming centennial of Trimble County High School.
    Friday-Sunday, July 1-3

  • Sheriff seeks help with investigation

    The Trimble County Sheriff’s department is conducting an ongoing investigation into several thefts in recent months. Some of the crimes may have connections to other surrounding counties, according to Sheriff Tim Coons.

    Among the items stolen have been radiators and tire rims from automobiles, electric cable and other items. Burglaries have occurred at numerous residences and some churches, Coons said.

  • News of Public Record 06-29-11

    Leonard J. Andrew Jr., arson, 1st degree. Probable cause found for arson, 3rd degree. Refer to Trimble County Grand Jury.
    Louis A. Bear II, assault, 2nd degree, domestic violence. Not guilty plea entered. Preliminary hearing Aug. 2.
    Jimmie Graham Fox, flagrant non-support. Not guilty plea entered. Preliminary hearing July 5.

  • Regatta fans treasure Miss Madison’s Gold Cup win

    Editor’s note: Following is the conclusion of Milton resident Fred Farley’s review of Miss Madison’s hometown win in the 1971 Gold Cup.

    From the standpoint of driving, Jim McCormick was clearly outperforming Terry Sterett. But only twice in Miss M’s career had she ever finished 60 miles in one day.

  • Local race may see a real ‘miss’ in hydro action

    The Indy Racing League has been overwhelmed with lady drivers in recent years. Danica Patrick, Sarah Fisher, Milka Duno, Anna Beatriz, Pippa Mann and Simona de Silvestro have been scoring headlines in the open wheel cars for the last few years.

  • New powerboat series will see U.S. debut at regatta

    Powerboat P1 USA will launch the much anticipated P1 SuperStock Series in the United States at this weekend’s Madison Regatta.

    The dramatic format enhancements from traditional powerboat racing, coupled with the spectacular new boats in the world’s largest one-make class of powerboat racing, provide the broadcasters and legion of fans with the change and excitement that the sport has been seeking.

    The P1 events will include endurance racing on Sunday and rapid fire, head-to-head Match Racing on Saturday.

  • The fleet’s in: 12 Unlimiteds set to battle for Cup

    As reported last week, driver Dave Villwock is looking to become the sport’s all-time winningest driver as the Air National Guard Series starts its 2011 season at the 61st annual Madison Regatta in Madison, Indiana over the Fourth of July weekend.

    But to get the record, Villwock will have to overcome the most competitive fields in decades.

  • Trimble CARES

    The Trimble County CARES Coalition received a high-level pat on the back last week regarding the coalition’s work to curtail and prevent substance abuse in the community.

    CARES is an acronym for Community Assessing Resources and Education on Substance Abuse. Trimble County CARES operates as an extension of the Family Resource Youth Services Center at Trimble County High School.

  • Bedford residents advised to boil water

    Trimble County water District No. 1 has issued a boil water advisory for Bedford-area customers who have lost water service due to water service repairs which were conducted yesterday. The advisory is issued as a precaution in the unlikely event of bacteriological contamination occurring while the main was depressurized.

    While repairs and upgrades to the District’s water distribution system were conducted yesterday, customers experienced the loss of water service or limited water service for several hours.

  • Trimble teachers attend AP Institute

    A group of Trimble County High School teachers attended the Advance Placement Summer Institute this past week. The teachers spent more than 40 hours at the University of Louisville taking classes to better prepare themselves to offer higher levels of rigor in the classroom.

    Course offerings included English Literature and Composition with separate offerings for new and experienced teachers, U.S. History, Biology, Chemistry, Calulus AB, World History, Human Geography, Spanish and Statistics.