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Today's News

  • YOUTH LEAGUE FOOTBALL RAIDERS
  • Martin Luther meets Jesus

    By MICHAEL JINKINS
    President, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
    Martin Luther came to a religious calling via a thunderstorm on a sultry day in 1505. He was then, as the great church historian Roland Bainton has explained, a student of twenty-one years returning to the University of Erfurt following a visit home.

  • ‘Harvest Hymns’ and random thoughts

    The other day someone congratulated our features editor, Sarah Gatling, on her promotion, which was nice, except she didn’t get a promotion.
    Sarah said if she got a promotion she’d like to be promoted to potentate -- that sounds like a cool thing to be, she said.
    It reminded me of the hymn, “Crown Him With Many Crowns,” in which Jesus is called “the potentate of time,” and also reminded me that a few years ago, Sarah gave me a very old hymnal, copyrighted in 1924, called “Harvest Hymns.”

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • LOOKING BACK

    October 29, 1987 (30 Years Ago)
    Diane Wheeler learned last week that she has passed the bar exam and serves as law clerk for the 12th Judicial Circuit. As law clerk, Wheeler is involved in research, criminal and civil procedures, orders, etc. The 12th Judicial Circuit includes Trimble, Henry and Oldham counties. Wheeler has been employed at the Circuit Court office since Sept. 15.

  • Forecast projects state’s General Fund short by $150 million

    They may be unknown to the general public, and their subject matter may be a little dry, but the seven economists who comprise the Consensus Forecasting Group have a powerful role to play: They determine just how much money state government can expect.

  • Trackside Butcher Shoppe partner shares story of success with Rotarians

    By CHARLES LISTON
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    “A new business will consume much of your life, but there is nothing better than owning your own,” is how John Edwards summed up his recent experiences with partner Chris Wright after opening the successful Trackside Butcher Shoppe in Campbellsburg in November, 2015. Following several years of detailed planning and obtaining funding, John and Chris took the plunge and began what has become a very successful new company serving the meat processing needs of our local communities. The business is growing.

  • This month at the Trimble library

    National Novel Writing Month Kick Off
    Saturday, November 4th 10am – Stop in for our National Novel Writing Month kick-off. Bring your laptop or notebook in and get a start on your great American novel. Attendees will receive a kit to help them keep writing. We’ll have snacks and drinks. The Trimble County Public Library is a designated Come Write In location. You can use the library space any time to work on your writing projects.
    Art Reception

  • Trimble County Community Calendar

    Thursday, Nov. 2
    The monthly Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Bedford Methodist Church, 10 Fairview Circle, in Bedford.
    Saturday, Nov. 4
    Bedford Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization will host the annual Bedford Elementary School Fall Festival, Saturday, Nov. 4, at the school, located at 204 Mt Pleasant Road.
    The Trimble County High School Classes of 1970 and ‘71 will hold a combined reunion at the Broadway Hotel in Madison beginning at 6 p.m.

  • With dedication of new production line, North American Stainless celebrates growthand 36 new jobs in Carroll Co.

    GHENT, Ky. – Gov. Matt Bevin Friday joined local officials, international dignitaries, executives from North American Stainless (NAS) and board members of its Spanish parent, Acerinox S.A., to inaugurate the Ghent facility’s new $150 million bright and annealing line, a project creating 36 full-time jobs.