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Today's News

  • Bridge project earns state, national awards

    The expediency with which the planning phase of the Milton-Madison Bridge replacement project was completed has caught the attention of the nation’s engineering firms.The American Council of Engineering Companies will present its 2011 National Recognition Award to representatives of the bridge project in Washington, D.C., during the organization’s Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on Friday, April 1.
    The project also received an Honor Award from the Indiana Chapter of ACEC on March 5 and was awarded the Grand Award by Kentucky’s ACEC chapter Feb. 8.

  • Keep stretching your brain

  • Raiders romp at Mason Dixon Games

    The Trimble County “Runnin’ Raiders” track team tested their skills against 24 Class A schools from around the state Saturday taking fourth place among the girls and seventh place among the boys. The event was the Mason Dixon Games, held at Louisville’s Broadbent Arena. The Mason Dixon Games is considered the Indoor State Track Championship in Kentucky.

  • 4-H Communications Contest set

    The Trimble County 4-H Communications Contest will be held on Thursday March 31, at 6 p.m. at the Trimble County Extension Office. This event is open to all Trimble youth ages 9 – 19. Partici-pants can phone 255-7188 by March 28. 

  • TRIMBLE COUNTY SCHOOL LUNCHES

    Monday, March 14: Hot Dog w/chili sauce, *rib-e-q, potato smiles, baked beans, sauerkraut, broccoli, carrots & dip, fresh fruit, chips
    Tuesday, March 15: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, *pizza, tossed salad, peas, pineapple/cottage cheese, garlic cheese bread, fresh fruit
    Wednesday, March 16: Chicken tenders, *turkey on bun, mashed potatoes, green beans, Jell-O w/topping, whole wheat bread, fresh fruit

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 years ago
    March 5, 1980

  • Trimble County eighth grade excels in EXPLORE

    Trimble County Middle School eighth graders scored at or above state averages in the Kentucky Department of Education’s EXPLORE Assessment administered last fall.
    “I am really pleased with the scores,” TCMS Principal Mike Genton said in a telephone interview Friday. “It shows that the teachers and the students have really been putting in a lot of hard work and it paid off.”

  • Local students score well in state assessments

    Trimble County High School sophomores scored well above the state average in the Kentucky Department of Education’s PLAN Assessment given last fall.

  • Heinz family welcomes baby girl

    Paige Laurel and Ethan Brock announce the birth of their sister, Emery Grace Heinz. Emery was born Jan. 8, 2011, at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville, Ky. She weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 20 inches long.
    Parents are Bobby and Bree Heinz of Milton. Maternal grandparents are David and Teresa Ginn, also of Milton; paternal grandparents are John and Sandy Heinz, Milton. Maternal great-grandfather is Wyman Callis of Bedford.
     

  • Arnold named to Shelby energy board

    Diana Arnold of Bedford has been appointed to serve District III on the Shelby Energy Cooperative's Board of Directors. District III encompasses Trimble County and portions of Carroll and Oldham counties.
    A graduate of Berea College, Arnold earned graduate hours from Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Louisville to complete her master's degree in teaching. She later attained Rank I, which included course credit for participation in HumBio Summer Institutes at Stanford University.