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Today's News

  • Pink pillows in the evening sky
  • PSC accepts settlement in KU and LG&E environmental cases

    The Kentucky Public Service Commission has accepted broad-based settlements in two cases establishing new environmental compliance plans and associated environmental surcharges for Kentucky Utilities Co. and Louisville Gas & Electric Co.

    The compliance plans are intended to meet the requirements of several U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations affecting coal-burning electric power plants.

  • Short course set to advance vegetable production in Ky.

    The Vegetable Academy: A short course to advance vegetable production in Kentucky, will be held Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2012, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day at the Henry County Coop-erative Extension Office, located at 2151 Camp-bellsburg Road (U.S. 421) in New Castle.

  • Physical activity essentials examined for the new year

    You are ready to start the year out right!  If you have decided to start being more physically active, but it has been awhile, here is a reminder of a few essentials that you will need:

    •Talk to your healthcare provider – Before you start any physical activity, especially if you have not been that active recently, you should talk to your healthcare provider.  It is important to discuss what you are going to do and how often you plan to be active.

  • TRIMBLE COUNTY SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS

    Monday, Jan. 2: No school

    Tuesday, Jan. 3: No school

    Wednesday, Jan. 4--BES, MES, TCMS: Hamburger/cheeseburger, *shaved turkey/bun, lettuce/tomato/cheese, french fries/sliced peaches, brownie/fresh fruit. TCHS:  Chicken tenders, mash potato/broccoli/cheese, fresh fruit/ fruit

    Thursday, Jan. 5--TCHS: *Lasagna, baked spaghetti, *Gilardi cheese sticks, tossed salad, peas, pear half, fresh fruit, cheese breadstick.

  • Raiders have exhausting week at NAS

    The Trimble County Raiders came within two baskets of winning three games in last week’s North American Stainless Classic in Carrollton. The Raiders played the equivalent of 13-1/2 quarters in three contests but fell to defeat in two games by two points in an exhaustive, but determined, effort.

    Trimble faced Switzerland County in their opening tournament matchup on Wednesday. The Raiders and Pacers battled to a deadlock after four quarters of play. Switzerland County emerged the victor after the extra three minutes of overtime play, 55-53.

  • Trimble tunes up for holiday trip with win over Bellevue

    Trimble County Lady Raiders coach Kerrie Stewart didn’t know what to expect when her team hosted Bellevue Thursday. Her team had battled hard in their road trip to Bellevue a year ago. The Lady Tigers, however, lost most of last year’s team to graduation and were forced to field a varsity starting lineup that included three eighth graders. The end result was a 63-31 breeze for the Lady Raiders.

  • New Year, turkeys, gravy and grace

    My daughter Alison rues Thanksgiving 2002.
    That was her year of the perfect turkey. Prior to that, her turkeys ranged from dry to just OK.

    Then in 2002 she took a risk and brined her turkey, which turned out succulent and delicious. However, in 2003, even though she followed the same recipe, her turkey wasn’t perfect and that ruined her holiday meal.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (Dec. 31, 1981)

    Keith Ball, ASCS manager, said this week that 80 percent of the Trimble county tobacco crop has been stripped. Sales commence again on Monday.
    A 2-percent penalty will go on all unpaid taxes January 1, 1982, according to Sheriff David B. Craig.

    Chantel Courtney, daughter of DeeDee and Shane Courtney is one year old and doing what any normal one year old would do. Chantel was born two months early and weighed only 3 pounds, one ounce.

  • What are you taking into the new year?