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Today's News

  • Milton’s Girl Scout Troop #1861 enjoys Chicago tour

    By Cindy and Maddie Withrow

    Troop Leader and Senior Girl Scout

    Do you ever wonder where the money from the sale of Girl Scout cookies goes? I know there are faithful cookie buyers in every town and every county—the wonderful people that pay the price for the yummy Samoas and Thin Mints and never question where DOES the money go.

    Well, let me tell you about the recent adventures of Troop #1861 from Milton—adventures made possible by their loyal customers, families and local shoppers.

  • Summer Lunch Menus

    Tuesday, June 5: Hamburger on bun w/ Cheese, Lettuce/Tomato/Pickles, Pretzels, Orange with Milk.

    Wednesday, June 6: Chicken Rings w/Bar-B-Q Sauce, Broccoli Florets w/Dip, Peach cup, Ritz snack chips with Milk.   

    Thursday, June 7:  Corn Dog, Baby Carrots / Dip,
    Strawberry Cup, Juice or Milk.

    Friday, June 8: Taco Meat /Cheese, Corn Chips, Shredded Lettuce /Salsa, Applesauce, Cookie with Milk.

  • TC School District to participate in summer meal program

    The Trimble County School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.  Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows:

    Sites of meals and dates of operation are as follows:

  • Lady Raiders conclude regular season with losses

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders closed out the 2012 regular season last week with losses to Martha Layne Collins High School and Spencer County.

    Collins blanked Trimble, 3-0, in the Lady Raiders’ final home appearance at the home field at Trimble County Middle School on Wednesday.

    The Lady Raiders, visiting Spencer County on Thursday, were on the short end of a 3-1 score.

  • Raiders fall to So. Oldham in 29th District Tournament

    The Trimble County Raiders baseball team closed out their 2012 season on Monday, falling to South Oldham, 10-0, in the opening game of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s 29th District Baseball Tournament at Crestwood.

    The Raiders closed out regular season play last week with a hectic schedule of games on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Trimble traveled to Williamstown on Wednesday and bedeviled the Demons in an 11-1 rout. On the following night Trimble blanked Eminence behind a no-hit pitching effort by senior Dylan Staples.

  • Knowing who I am

    In my family we have this thing we say about our mom dropping us on our heads as babies.

    Not that she ever did - that I’m aware of - although she has admitted to tossing my oldest brother over her shoulder accidentally a bit too vigorously, catching him by his foot before he could crash to the floor.

    No harm, no foul, as they say.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (May 27, 1982)
    George Adkins, secretary or the Cabinet in Frankfort reminisced humorously about his school days to 74 graduates Friday night. Valedictorian Ora Leland Scott III and  Salutatorian Rhonda Sue Bares addressed the Commencement audience before Larry Moore, school principal presented each of them with their diploma.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Holiday is a day to remember sacrifices

    With most schools already out for the year and the sun not setting until well into the evening, it’s understandable if many look to the upcoming three-day holiday weekend as the unofficial start of summer.

    Memorial Day is about much more than that, though.

    For nearly 150 years now, it has been a day of remembrance, a day to recall the sacrifice that so many gave for our nation.

  • Two Trimble residents vying for Shelby Energy board position

    Shelby Energy customers are encouraged to attend the electric cooperative’s 75th Annual Meeting on Friday, June 22, at the Henry County High School in New Castle.

    Cooperatives are unique businesses organized to provide a needed product or service based on the nonprofit principal. There are no stockholders in an electric cooperative. After all expenses have been paid, any remaining money is returned to the customers as capital credits.