Today's News

  • Knock and Talk leads to drug confiscation

    Staff Report
    A joint investigation between the Trimble County Sheriff’s Office and Kentucky State Police revealed a large methamphetamine trafficking operation at the end of New Hope Road last week.

  • Tax recall petition certified

    The Trimble Banner
    The petition submitted April 17, 2017, to Trimble County Clerk Tina Browning by the Trimble County School District Board of Education Nickel Tax Recall Committee challenging the school nickel tax levy has been officially certified.

  • Kentucky mom celebrates 30 years of life thanks to organ donation

    Staff Report
    Kathy Anderson’s heart was severely damaged by medicine she was prescribed while pregnant with twin girls. The damage wasn’t evident until after her daughters were born. Within a couple weeks, she was given only a slim chance of survival. Her doctors knew her only option was a heart transplant. This was in March of 1987.

  • April proclaimed Natl. Donate Life Month in Trimble
  • Christopher Goodin Memorial Blood Drive

    The annual Christopher Goodin Memorial blood drive will be held on Monday, May 15 in the TCHS lower gym lobby from 1:00-6:00 p.m. Sign up on the Red Cross website, or contact Carla Goins to schedule an appointment at Carla.goins@trimble.kyschools.us or call 502.663.0100. Save a life and help a TCHS student earn scholarship money!

  • Small businesses are the backbone of rural communities

    By Rhea Landholm
    Center for Rural Affairs
    Small scale entrepreneurship is a proven strategy to revitalize rural communities. Owning one’s own business can create genuine opportunity across rural America with the support of a modest public investment.

  • New wheelchair lift installed at Trimble County High School

    A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the Trimble County High School recently to celebrate the newly installed wheel chair lift leading to the lower classrooms and gym. After the cutting of the ribbon, the students enjoyed cookies and juice for the celebration reception.

  • Board of Education hears financial, principal reports

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The Trimble County Board of Education held its regular meeting on April 19 at the School Board Office. The building principals were given the opportunity to update the Board about the activities and programs in the schools.
    Bedford Elementary principal Debbie Beeles was unable to attend and Superintendent Steve Miracle presented her report. The following important dates were provided:

  • Job and Career Fair Tuesday

    On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, there will be a Job and Career Fair in the Trimble County High School Gymnasium.  There will be Door Prizes for adults in attendance.
    Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30.  The public is invited from 3:30 to 4:30.  Parents of students in the Trimble County Schools are invited from 12-4:30.  7th – 12th grades will be attending at various times from 12-3.  For a complete schedule, contact JCTC Trimble County Adult Education at 502-255-9191.

  • Milton commissioners employ new city clerk

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The Milton City Commission met last Thursday at the municipal building in Milton. Mayor Denny Jackson called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. After approving the minutes from the previous meeting and the monthly financial reports, the Commission had a second reading of the ordinance increasing the franchise fee for utility companies to 3 percent. In other business, the Commission chose to hire Angela Dunaway as city clerk. Commissioners Troy Alexander and Seth Willis abstained from voting to make the personnel change.