Today's News

  • Trimble CARES

    The Trimble County CARES Coalition received a high-level pat on the back last week regarding the coalition’s work to curtail and prevent substance abuse in the community.

    CARES is an acronym for Community Assessing Resources and Education on Substance Abuse. Trimble County CARES operates as an extension of the Family Resource Youth Services Center at Trimble County High School.

  • Bedford residents advised to boil water

    Trimble County water District No. 1 has issued a boil water advisory for Bedford-area customers who have lost water service due to water service repairs which were conducted yesterday. The advisory is issued as a precaution in the unlikely event of bacteriological contamination occurring while the main was depressurized.

    While repairs and upgrades to the District’s water distribution system were conducted yesterday, customers experienced the loss of water service or limited water service for several hours.

  • Trimble teachers attend AP Institute

    A group of Trimble County High School teachers attended the Advance Placement Summer Institute this past week. The teachers spent more than 40 hours at the University of Louisville taking classes to better prepare themselves to offer higher levels of rigor in the classroom.

    Course offerings included English Literature and Composition with separate offerings for new and experienced teachers, U.S. History, Biology, Chemistry, Calulus AB, World History, Human Geography, Spanish and Statistics.

  • Pier rehab underway at Milton-Madison bridge

    Employees and subcontractors for project contractor Walsh Construction Co. are in the process of rehabilitating the existing piers of the Milton-Madison bridge.

    Walsh project manager Charlie Gannon and Aaron Stover, an engineer with Michael Baker Jr., Inc, conducted a tour for members of the media last week during which they explained the scope of work underway to replace the aging structure with a new span on the existing piers.

    “Pier-strengthening is referred to as the concrete jacket around the piers,” Gannon said.

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  • Villwock targets all-time career win record at Madison

    Unlimited hydroplane fans could see the record books re-written next weekend when the checkered flag flies at the conclusion of the Lucas Oil Indiana Governor’s Cup championship heat.

    The H1 Unlimited Air National Guard Series opens the 2011 hydro tour in Madison on July 1-3 and features the world’s fastest craft on water.

  • Recommendations for healthy sleep

    Sleep is something that you should be “doing” everyday!  You may often think of sleep as a time for rest and renewal. However, sleep is more than just a rest time.It is important to keep you healthy. Research shows that sleep is important for memory, weight control, safety, mood, heart health, and disease prevention.

    Learning and memory: Sleep helps the brain save new information to memory.

  • New research on rapid drying of hay

  • Boil water advisory lifted for Milton

    A precautionary boil water advisory issued Sunday in downtown Milton for customers who lost water service due to a water main break was lifted yesterday.

    Although no contamination has been confirmed Milton Water and Sewer Co. issued a statement recommending that downtown customers should bring all water to a rolling boil, let it boil for three minutes and let it cool before using or use bottled water.

    Repairs on the broken water main were completed Monday.