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Trimble County

  • Heat wave will continue

    Kentucky Press News Service

    The heatwave gripping Kentucky will continue at least through Wednesday, the National Weather Service office in Louisville says.

    But temperatures will slowly moderate but only by a degree or two until highs on Wednesday, July 4 will be in the mid 90s.

    A series of thunderstorms moved through Kentucky on Sunday night causing many power outages along the way as wind gusts of more than 50 mph, according to the weather service, knocked down several trees that caused power to go out.

  • Trimble Fair salutes veterans, active military
  • Trimble County Fair Baby Contest
  • Trimble County Fair Pageants
  • Trimble County Relay for Life
  • Hannah Davis is recipient of prestigious scholarship

    By SARAH BEACH

    The Trimble Banner Intern

    Not only is Trimble County High School 2012 graduate Hannah Davis the first in Trimble County to receive the Singletary Scholarship to the University of Kentucky, she is the first in her family to attend college.

    The Singletary Scholarship covers tuition and room and board. It also provides her with a free iPad 2, a $2,000 stipend for Study Abroad and a $1,500 yearly stipend of spending money.

  • One teenager killed, two injured in Trimble crash

    A Trimble County teenager has been killed and two others injured in a crash on U.S. 421 South. Kentucky State Police dispatchers received a call of a single vehicle crash at 11:22 p.m. Monday.

    Upon arrival, troopers located the vehicle off the roadway against a tree.  Preliminary investigation shows that the car, driven by 16-year-old Mark Bastin of New Castle, was traveling north on U.S. 421S when the vehicle left the roadway for unknown reasons and struck a tree.

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  • Two arrested at Pendleton meth lab

    A meth lab discovered in Henry County has led to the arrest of two people. Troopers from the Kentucky State Police Post 5 in Campbellsburg went to 221 Pendleton Loop at approximately 1 a.m. Friday. During a search of the residence, Troopers discovered a meth lab, as well as several ingredients used in methamphetamine production, inside the home. Outside the residence, Troopers discovered several bottles used to cook methamphetamine. There were no children present in the home.

  • Gifted TCMS pair honored for achievements at WKU

    By SARAH BEACH
    The Trimble Banner  Intern

    Excelling at college entrance-exams can be hard, but 1,400 seventh graders in Kentucky did just that.

    Two of these students attend Trimble County Middle School — Jenna Rowlett, of Bedford, and Zachary Wright, of Milton.

    Western Kentucky University’s Center for Gifted Studies honored them on WKU’s campus on May 25. They sat in Diddle Arena with around 400 other seventh graders in a ceremony to be recognized for their big achievement.