Today's News

  • SHERIFF’S CALL LOG 08-17-11

    Monday, Aug. 8
    3:00 p.m., animal complaint, Alexander Ave
    3:16 p.m., miscellaneous complaint, Leisure Ct
    6:41 p.m., processed papers, 400 block Carley Ln
    6:56 p.m., processed papers, 400 block Sportsman Ln
    7:05 p.m., processed papers, Foxgate Ln & Liberty Rd
    7:13 p.m., processed papers, 1200 block Race Track Rd
    7:44 p.m., processed papers, Ridgeway Ct
    7:51 p.m., processed papers, Estill Ln
    8:39 p.m., processed papers, Foxgate Ln & Liberty Rd
    8:47 p.m., processed papers, 400 block Sportsman Ln

  • News of Public Record 08-17-11

    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 records were from cases heard the week of Aug. 8-12, 2011


  • Disconnects warned

    The City of Bedford will be enforcing a 13-year-old ordinance regarding delinquint sewer accounts in the coming weeks.

    The subject arose during a special meeting on Aug. 5 for the purpose of determining ways to trim the city’s budget and/or generate revenue.

    Commissioner Frank Floyd said at the time that there were several accounts that are delinquint and continue getting further behind.

  • Milton addresses aging vehicles

    An aging fleet is forcing the Milton City Commission to consider replacing trucks used by city employees.

    Field supervisor Mark Bates told the commissioners last Thursday that the city’s salt truck/snow plow needs work. Both the oil pan and the truck’s two gas tanks are rusting off the vehicle. Additionally, the truck used by the city’s water-meter reader is in need of a new engine, which he said, would cost about $3,000.

  • Fiscal Court: County tax rates to remain unchanged

    The members of Trimble County Fiscal Court voted Monday not to increase the county’s tax rates for 2011.

    “Our current real property tax rate is 7.2 cents per $100,” Trimble County Judge-Executive Randy Stevens told the magistrates. “Personal property taxes—we never raised it or lowered it since I’ve been here—at 7.5 cents per $100 assessed value. The motor vehicle and watercraft property tax rate is 8.8 cents per $100 assessed value. The fire acreage tax is 3 cents per acre. The bank deposit rate is 2 percent.”

  • Ramping Up!
  • Varsity Volleyball Schedule

    Thurs., Aug. 11, Walton-Verona at home

    Mon., Aug. 15, at Carroll County

    Tues. Aug. 16, Gallatin County at home

    Thurs., Aug. 18, at Henry County

    Tues. Aug. 23, at Williamstown

    Thurs., Aug. 25, at Oldham County

    Mon. Aug. 29 at Eminence

    Tues., Aug. 30, at South Oldham

    Thurs., Sept. 1, Carroll County at home

    Sat., Sept. 3, Class A Tourn. vs. Eminence at Williamstown

    Wed., Sept. 7, at Owen County


    The Trimble County Lady Raiders will open the 2011 volleyball season in the friendly confines of the TCHS gymnasium tomorrow night. Trimble entertains Walton-Verona, one of the toughest opponents on the schedule, according to Head Coach Ruth Staples.

    “Unfortunately, we’re in a district with Oldham County,” Staples said. “As opponents they’re class 5A and 6A schools and we’re a class single A school. Other than that probably our next toughest opponent is Walton-Verona.”

  • Smartsnacks for families and children

  • Your farm’s hidden asset: Its woodlands

    Maximizing every bit of profit from a farm is one of the keys to success. One thing that may not be at the top Kentucky landowners’ minds is their farm’s woodlands, but woodlands should be thought about and managed just like crops, fields, gardens or other agricultural endeavors suggests Billy Thomas, UK Extension Forestry Specialist.