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Today's News

  • Kelsie Courtney is state champ in two events

    Trimble County High School track & field standout Kelsie Courtney is the state champion in two events following the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Class A Track & Field championships held Thursday at the University of Louisville’s Cardinal Park. In both the 300 hurdles and the high jump, Courtney defeated defending champions vying for repeat performances.

    Head Coach David Apel took 13 members of the Trimble track & field team to the state meet and 11 actually competed.

  • It’s Bruner over Edwards in Circuit Clerk race

    Stacy M. Bruner defeated John C. Edwards in the race for Trimble County Circuit Court Clerk in Tuesday’s Democrat Primary Election. Bruner carried all but two of the 12 precincts in the county ultimately out-polling Edwards, 654-425. With no Republican candidates in the race Bruner will be unopposed in November.

    Bruner and Edwards, both of whom were trying for elected office for the first time, were candidates for the seat currently held by John’s mother, Theresa Edwards, who opted not to stand for re-election this year.

  • Rabies clinic set for June 2 in Trimble Co.

  • Start day with a healthy breakfast

  • Interpreting and using EPD

    With a little understanding, Expected Progeny Differences, or EPD, may actually be the best tool you, as a beef producer, have to address the genetics of your herd.

    While calculating EPD takes a lot of math, you don’t have to do the math; you just need to understand the answers. The calculation results usually appear in the first pages of a sire summary before the actual EPD tables. They may look a little confusing, but the information is very beneficial. It comes down to the fact that you are buying the DNA of a particular animal.

  • School volunteer background checks now $10

    Due to recently notified circumstances, Trimble County Schools will no longer be able to process Volunteer Background Check forms as a free service for students’ families. The Trimble County Board of Education Office staff is trying to get the word out to families to let them know this.

    Effective July 1, 2012, the Administrative Office of the Courts will be charging a fee of $10 for each individual wanting to have a Volunteer Form Request done.

  • Bedford’s Matt Macon to serve in summer ministry

    CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY -- Campbellsville University students are serving across Kentucky and across the globe during summer break.  Students are serving at various church camps, interning in a church, serving on ministry teams and serving overseas.

  • TCMS 8th Grade Students of the Month

    Trimble County Middle School Principal Mike Genton has announced the school’s 8th Grade Students of the Month for April and school Staff member Spotlights for April.

  • Bedford Elementary students learn that ‘Life Is Cool’ May 16

    Bedford Elementary School’s fourth and fifth graders will learn how cool life can be when you make healthy choices when the Donate Life Kentucky Coalitions brings their fun and interactive “Life Is Cool” program to campus on Wednesday May 16th.

  • Pairings for 29th District Tournaments

    Pairings for the 29th District Tournaments for softball and baseball have been announced by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.