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    No makeup days set for school year – yet Superintendent Marcia Haney-Dunaway said Friday that Trimble County Schools have missed 10 days so far this year because of inclement weather. The last day of school is now set at Friday, June 4. That date would change if additional days are missed, she said. So far, no makeup days have been scheduled.

  • Panthers fall in District tournament

    It was “one and done” for the Carroll County boys’ basketball team in the opening round of the 31st District Tournament, Wednesday. The Panthers fell behind early, dug themselves a deep hole midway through, then made a valiant attempt at a comeback late in the game but fell 73-59 to host Gallatin County at Warsaw. “I

  • Dragons burn Panthers in Senior Night game

    Puff the magic Dragon roared into the Panthers’ lair at Carroll County High School Wednesday treating the home team’s Senior Night crowd to a display of dreadfully-good fundamental basketball. The Panthers, though wounded and scarred in defense of their home turf, battled fiercely to the end but the great beast from So

  • Academic Team wins regional Governor’s Cup competition


    In a region with some of the very best performing school districts in the state, Trimble County High School made it to the top in the Governor’s Cup Competition last weekend.

    Oh Saturday, the TCHS A-Team won the 8th Region Academic Team meet against Shelby, Conner, Ryle and other top high schools in Northern Kentucky.

  • Most TIGER-funded eeprojects involve rail

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    The Milton-Madison Bridge project was one of 50 projects selected for funding out of a total of about 1,400 applications submitted for the a total of $60 billion in grants.

    The majority of the projects selected for Transportation Investment Growing Economic Recovery grant funding were those improving major railway and interstate corridors nationwide.

  • Everyone involved with bridge project deserves credit for grant

    Finally. We all know now that, one way or another, the Milton-Madison Bridge will be replaced within the next two years.

    It’s been a long hard road. Just ask Jack Couch, a Trimble County resident and former judge-executive who has been working toward this goal since 1986, when studies first begun on replacing the bridge.

  • Area officials excited about bridge project

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    MADISON, Ind. –“We are so excited,” said Trimble County Judge-Executive Randy Stevens, smiling broadly after a Monday news conference with U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in Madison’s City Hall.

    Stevens said he and other Trimble officials are thrilled to see the project moving forward, especially “after seeing things go backward, with the weight-limit reduction, and the poor rating [of the bridge].”

  • Craigs continue Brinley’s Bash fund-raiser

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    One year ago this weekend, Amanda and Trampus Craig celebrated the first birthday of their son, Brinley, with a community event to raise funds for the disease that would take the infant’s life just two months later.

    Brinley was born with Type 1 mucopolysaccharidoses, also known as Hurler’s Disease, a hereditory disease that causes the absense of an enzyme. The lack of the enzyme can lead to damage to internal organs, bones, joints and the respiratory and nervous systems.

  • State, federal officials commit to funding bridge project

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    MADISON, Ind. – There were no surprises in Monday’s news conference with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood at Madison’s City Hall.

    LaHood, who earlier in the day had visited officials with the Louisville bridges project in Jeffersonville, Ind., was escorted into Madison by Indiana Congressman Baron Hill to personally pledge the $20 million in federal grants awarded to the Milton-Madison Bridge project.

  • Chism to serve 1 year in jail

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    A former Trimble County High School teacher was sentenced Thursday, Feb. 18, to one year in jail with five years’ conditional discharge on a single count of first-degree sexual assault.