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Today's News

  • Livestock programs planned for 2011

    Trimble County livestock producers may want to take advantage of some of the excellent Extension Service educational opportunities during the next several months.
    The 2011 Louisville Area Master Cattlemen Program: There is still time to register for this comprehensive forage and cattle management program.
    This program begins on Thursday, Jan. 20, and meets monthly from 5:30-9 p.m. through Oct. 20. Topics include facilities, management, forages, nutrition, reproduction, environmental stewardship, genetics, herd health, end product and marketing.

  • Wintertime exercise can require creativity

    With fewer hours of daylight, colder temperatures and more wet weather, winter is often when “couch-potato syndrome” kicks in for many of us.
    Getting the proper amount of physical activity may require creative thinking, especially for children not involved in school sports programs. 
    Children should engage in at least one hour of physical activity every day. This does not have to happen all at one time. Just 10 minutes of physical activity at a time can result in health benefits.

  • SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

    Wednesday, Jan. 19: At TCHS/MS – Asian Day, chicken with mandarin orange sauce, Prince William vegetable blend, oriental rice, fresh fruit, fortune cookie; at BES/MES – chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, green beans, Jell-O with topping, fruit cup, fresh fruit, roll

    Thursday, Jan. 20: Hamburger or cheeseburger, lettuce/tomato/pickle, french fries, sliced peaches, fresh fruit

  • Public Records – Jan. 26, 2011

    Items published in court news are public record. The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published. Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt. The following cases were heard Jan. 17-21, 2011.

    FELONIES

  • COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Thursday, Jan. 27

    “Don’t Let a Fall Get You Down” will be presented at 1:30 p.m. at the Trimble County Extension Office by Nelda Moore, Jefferson County Extension agent for family and consumer sciences.

    Monday, Jan. 31

    Family Resource and Youth Services Center at TCHS hosts a parent training seminar from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The topic: “The New Generation of Prescription Drug Abuse.”

  • Livestock programs planned for 2011

    Trimble County livestock producers may want to take advantage of some of the excellent Extension Service educational opportunities during the next several months.
    The 2011 Louisville Area Master Cattlemen Program: There is still time to register for this comprehensive forage and cattle management program.
    This program begins on Thursday, Jan. 20, and meets monthly from 5:30-9 p.m. through Oct. 20. Topics include facilities, management, forages, nutrition, reproduction, environmental stewardship, genetics, herd health, end product and marketing.

  • Looking Back

    30 years ago

    Jan. 8, 1981

  • Public meeting on bridge rescheduled

    Due to Tuesday’s winter storm, the public meeting scheduled for that night with Milton-Madison Bridge project officials was cancelled.
    The meeting has been reschuduled for Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 6 p.m. at Milton Elementary School.
    In the meantime, crews continue to mobilize equipment and materials at the Vaughn Drive staging area in Madison. Work is set to begin this week on an access ramp that will lead to a causeway near the bridge where barges will unload construction materials.

  • Senate considers several bills in 2011

    Usually, the first week of the short legislative session is an organizational week, when the two parties elect their leadership.  This year was different. When we announced the Senate Majority legislative agenda in December, we committed to move aggressively on passing legislation regarding job creation, education, and transparent and responsive government.  With the passage of these bills, the “Agenda for Prosperity,” very few can say we didn’t deliver on that promise this first week.

  • Wintertime exercise can require some creativity

    With fewer hours of daylight, colder temperatures and more wet weather, winter is often when “couch-potato syndrome” kicks in for many of us.
    Getting the proper amount of physical activity may require creative thinking, especially for children not involved in school sports programs. 
    Children should engage in at least one hour of physical activity every day. This does not have to happen all at one time. Just 10 minutes of physical activity at a time can result in health benefits.