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Today's News

  • Arbor Day Foundation offers trees

    National Arbor Day is April 29 this year, and the best way to celebrate is by planting trees. The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for everyone to celebrate the tree planters’ holiday. Everyone who joins the Foundation in April will receive 10 free shade trees.

  • Trimble County home to three Certified Roadside Farm Markets

    Louisville, KY – Trimble County is home to three of the 106 markets across the Commonwealth recently accepted into the 2012 Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Farm Market Program. The Trimble County members are: Bray Fruit, Bray Orchard & Roadside Market, and Callis Orchards.

  • Trimble County home to three Certified Roadside Farm Markets

    Louisville, KY – Trimble County is home to three of the 106 markets across the Commonwealth recently accepted into the 2012 Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Farm Market Program. The Trimble County members are: Bray Fruit, Bray Orchard & Roadside Market, and Callis Orchards.

  • Asparagus: Herald of spring around the Bluegrass State

    Asparagus is the herald of spring.  Its tender stalks poke up from the ground during the first warm and wet days of the season.  More Kentucky producers than ever are growing asparagus.  It is a member of the Lily family and its origin is traced back to Eurasia.  

    In Kentucky, asparagus is in season from April through May.  It is a good source of vitamin A and folate.  One pound of asparagus yields four, one-half cup servings.  A serving contains around 22 calories, 2 grams of protein, and 4 grams of carbohydrate.  

  • Farmers, be on the lookout for frothy bloat in cattle

    Unseasonably warm temperatures have brought about an early spring flush of legumes in our pastures. As a result, the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Lab is already examining cases of frothy bloat in beef cattle.

  • Bedford resident is perennial Dean’s List honoree

    Eizabeth F. McKinney-Mehas of Bedford has made the Dean’s List every semester for four years at Lindsay Wilson College.

    To be eligible for the academic honor, students must earn at least a 3.5 grade average carrying a full-time class load of at least 12 credit hours during a semester.

    Founded in 1903, Lindsey Wilson is a liberal arts college affiliated with the Kentucky Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.

  • MES Student technology Leadership Program
  • THIRD NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL

    TRIMBLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

    All A

    9th Grade: Dakota Brown, Tanya Cifranik, Courtney Clifford, Joshua Creech, Sidney Gossom, Brian Haney, Bo Hawkes, Chad Massie, Destiny Schroeder, Emily Tingle, Megan West and Dustin Wyssbrod.

    10th Grade: Christian Apel, Conner Ball, Olivia Cooley, Charlton Davis, McKenna Ginn, Erin Gonterman, Donna Lewis, Savannah Moore, Logan Morgan and Ashley Thomas.

  • Runnin’ Raiders at Shelby Co.

    The Trimble County High school track team competed in the Shelby County All Comers Meet at Shelbyville last week. Trimble’s girls brought home a seventh place finish. The boys finished 17th.

    Trimble’s female athletes and their events included:
    100 meter dash—freshman Courtney Matthews, 66th, 15.75; senior Kayla Barnes, 76th, 16.04; freshman Ashby Drake, 78th, 16.20; and freshman Hannah Whitaker, 87th, 16.77.
    200 meter dash—Courtney Matthews, 51st, 34.82; Hannah Whitaker, 53rd, 35.05.

  • Raider rally falls short, 5-4

    Down five runs heading into the sixth inning, the Raiders rallied, but fell just short, 5-4, to rival Carroll County on the road Thursday, March 22.

    “I’m really happy about that because we’ve had trouble with (closing out games) in the past,” Carroll first year head coach Josh Mefford said. “We’ve had those bad innings where we’ve kicked the ball around, but this time they hit the ball … We kept our heads in it, and we made the plays we were supposed to make.”