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Today's News

  • KentuckyWired coming to Trimble County

    Submitted
    Technology is a new service that has come about in the last few decades and essential to everything from talking to your friend to communicating with the outside world.
    State Representative Rick Rand, representing the state’s 47th House District in Carroll, Gallatin, Henry and Trimble Counties, in his column last week discussed how to access the state legislature and other state agencies through the internet.

  • The Robot Arm

    Recently, my husband came home from work and told me he was in charge of a project that involved the development and installation of a robot.
    Upon hearing this bit of news I became excited and my imagination began to conjure all manner of wonderful possibilities! My husband was going to make a robot! That staple of so many science fiction dramas! Robots have had so many incarnations! Television and movies have imbued robots with personalities as multifaceted as any human’s.

  • Be aware of your stress levels

    April 18 is Stress Awareness Day.  Everybody experiences both good and bad stress. It comes from mental, emotional and physical activity. But the way we interpret and react to stress is unique and personal. What may be relaxing to one person may be stressful to another. Good stress can be healthy and useful. It helps us get to an appointment on time or meet a deadline.

  • Spring has sprung; time to mow your lawn

    The smell of fresh cut grass wafting through the neighborhood is one of the surest signs of spring. You should already be thinking about lawn care since it’s time to clip the grass for the first time. Your most important annual lawn duties begin with that first mowing.

  • Trimble 5th graders serve as pages

    On March 30, Adeline Howerton and Emmy Jent spent the day in Frankfort serving as pages. Some of their duties for the day were to deliver messages between representatives, provide copies of house bills to legislators and deliver mail. Howerton was chosen from Bedford Elementary and Jent is from Milton Elementary.

  • Teacher Spotlight: Bonnie Peugeot

    By Trevor Browning

    During my tenure as an art student at Trimble County High School, my focus has always been to be as expressive as I could be in as many art forms as possible. This meant venturing further into foreign realms of art, outside my own focus in theatre, and experiencing as many new opportunities as I could. My many adventures as an artist have been largely impacted by the dexterous, artistic maestro that is Bonnie Peugeot.

  • Goodin takes 3rd place at Rotary sectionals

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  • TCHS drama seniors going Barefoot in the Park

    By Trevor Browning
    Fresh off of their recent success with “Arsenic and Old Lace,” the TCHS Drama Club is setting the stage for their next production in May. This show, however, has quite a specific purpose—it will serve as a final goodbye from the seniors in drama, the acting regulars who have graced the Trimble County stage for the last four years.
    With an all-senior cast and a largely veteran backstage crew, the production is sure to be as emotional as it will be enjoyable.

  • ‘Probably the best team we’ve seen this year’

    By KRISTIN BECK
    Landmark News Service
    Trimble County drew a tough opponent in the opening round of The News-Democrat Carroll County Classic Friday night, losing 14-3 to eventual tournament champion DuPont Manual. But the Lady Raiders didn’t give up. Down 13-0 in the fourth, the girls scored two runs in the bottom half and one more in the fifth.  

  • Trimble wins first round with Carroll Co.

    By TIM HENDRICK
    Landmark News Service
    The first Carroll County verses Trimble County softball border war game went to the Lady Raiders as they won round one 4-3 at the Carroll County Classic tournament sponsored by The News-Democrat, April 1.