Today's News

  • TCMS seventh-grade boys' team wins All A tourney

    The Trimble County Middle School Raiders seventh-grade boys basketball team went home with the trophy Saturday, Jan. 9, after winning the 8th Region Class All A tournament at Carroll County Middle School earlier in the day.

    The team beat the Carroll County Panthers' seventh-grade team to win the title.

    Logan Black, T.J. Payton, Brian Haney, Dusty Wyssbrod and Evan Long all were named to the All-Tournament Team. Long was named the tournament's most valuable player award, as well.

  • Lady Panthers top Gallatin for 8th win

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers dismantled Gallatin County’s offense during the second half en route to a 52-39 basketball victory at home on Saturday, Jan. 9.

  • Milton's Masons celebrate new lodge

    The Trimble Banner After decades of meeting in the upstairs rooms of the former general store in Milton, at the corner of State Hwy. 36 and Ferry Street, Milton’s Masonic Lodge No. 947 has sparkling new digs. At the invitation of the Milton Lions Club, the Masons added on to the Lions clubhouse and also helped renovate the existing building, including making the restrooms

  • The Trimble Banner time machine

    January Mary Lou Stewart retired Jan. 5 from the Trimble County office of the University of Kentucky Extension Service. Stewart served as secretary for 20 years at the Extension Office and was described by 4-H Extension agent Ralph Hance as “the glue that holds us all together.” Clester E. “Cletus” Mullins, 33, was charged Jan. 15 with the murder

  • Madison, Trimble libraries make pact

    The Trimble Banner A new agreement between Kentucky and Indiana now allows residents in Trimble and Jefferson counties to register as users at both public libraries. The agreement, the first of its kind in Kentucky, allows Trimble County residents to obtain user cards at the Madison-Jefferson County Public Library – an opportunity pre

  • Remember your outdoor pets in cold weather

    The Humane Society of the United States reminds pet owners that despite their fur, domesticated dogs and cats still rely on humans for protection from the elements.

    Consider buying sweaters for short-haired indoor dogs to help keep them warm while exercising outdoors in cold weather.

  • BBB lists top consumer scams of 2009

    KPA News Service One woman lost $9,000. Another wanted to claim her free Corvette before she discovered it didn’t exist. This year, several people fell for consumer scams as they became desperate to get money. The Better Business Bureau’s Louisville branch recently released the top scams of 2009. While the economy caused more people to get scammed, it also led to mor

  • Worthville man charged in 1991 Louisville murder

    A Carroll County man has been charged in the 1991 death of a Louisville woman. Louisville Metro Police Department charged Worthville resident David L. Hawkins, 46, with the murder of Karen Goodman, who was found beaten and strangled to death in her home in the 900 block of South First Street in Louisville on April 8,

  • Panthers snap losing streak

    The Carroll County Panthers snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 64-59 win over Sunland Baptist Academy from the Bahamas during the Sunshine Classic in Daytona Beach, Fla., on Dec. 30. Will Yager scored a season high 29 points to lead the Panthers. D.C. Craig and Andy Sisenstein added 13 apiece to contribute to the win.

  • Ballinger is MSC Player of Week

    CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- Whitney Ballinger’s All-America campaign continues in full stride as the new year begins. The 6-foot-3 junior forward from Carrollton picked up her third Mid-South Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week honor Monday after leading 10th-ranked Campbellsville University (13-1) to a pair of victories in New Orleans, Jan. 2-3.