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Today's News

  • New hilltop hospital facility
  • Milton’s Irvin Lawson among the victims at Pearl Harbor

    A Trimble County man was among more than 2,400 Americans who were killed in the Japanese attack on U.S. military installations in and around Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 70 years ago this month.

  • Small Ruminant Grazing Conference Jan. 14 in Bowling Green

    Small ruminant production is becoming big business in Kentucky as farmers realize the potential of raising sheep and goats.

    The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture is teaming up with sheep and goat breed associations, Kentucky State University and the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board to offer the 2012 Kentucky Small Ruminant Grazing Conference at the Western Kentucky University Ag Expo Center in Bowling Green.

    Scheduled for Jan. 14, the conference will offer many sessions for all levels of experience.

  • Take care of your vision: Have regular checkups

    From waking in the morning until resting your head on the pillow at night – your eyes are critical to your day-to-day activities. It is very important to take care of your eyes and eyesight. Often, the loss of eyesight contributes to the loss of quality of life. When an individual does not have good vision, there will be a limit in their movement and independence.

    Consider this

    Over 50, 000 people lose their sight each year. More than 101 million Americans are legally blind. Blindness is the no. 1 complication of diabetes.

  • TCMS honors students, staff

    Seventh Grade

    Trimble County Middle School would like to congratulate the 7th grade Students of the Month for October and the school’s teacher and staff member highlight also.

    “We appreciate all the hard work and time that these students and staff have given to TCMS,” Principal Mike Genton said. 

  • Milton students honored at KCCT Recognition Ceremony

    On December 9th, Milton Elementary School held a ceremony to recognize all the students that had scored proficient or distinguished on the KCCT test that is administered by the state of Kentucky. There were 60 students recognized from the 4th and 5th grade glasses. Parents were invited to attend the ceremony. As the ceremony began, parents escorted their child into the gym on the red carpet. Students’ names were then announced and the student came forward to place their star on the appropriate banner.

  • Kentucky’s year in review

    As we approach the final days of the year and literally wrap up a hectic month of shopping, it’s good to take a moment to reflect on what the past dozen months have brought.

    While the times have been tough for far too long now, there have been some encouraging signs that the Commonwealth is getting back on its feet.

  • Reunion stories are the best

    I love a good reunion story.

    A few years ago The New York Times ran a story about then-New York Giants head coach Jim Fassel and a young man named John Mathieson.

    Thirty-four years prior to Fassel and his wife Kitty meeting Mathieson they had been 19 and unmarried — and the parents of a baby boy whose birth and adoption they kept secret from all but their immediate families.

    And for 34 years, every April 5 the Fassels privately wished their baby boy a Happy Birthday, adding, “Wherever you are, we hope you’re OK.”

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (Dec. 24, 1981)

    Melissa Miller won the honor of All State Band Person and will be going to Cincinnati, Feb. 4-5-6 to participate in a musical clinic under direction of a guest conductor, who will conduct a concert as a climactic crescendo.

    It was a jolly ole Santa Day Friday at the Farmers Bank of Milton as kiddies came by the score to talk with Santa and tell him what they wanted for Christmas

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?