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Trimble County

  • LG&E donation ensures fish fry trailer purchase

    Louisville Gas & Electric Company, which operates an electricity-generating station at Wises landing on the Ohio River in Trimble County, has made a corporate donation, which ensures the purchase of a new food trailer for the Milton Fire & Rescue Department.

    The department’s Station No. 2, located on U.S. 421N near the “crossroads” intersection where Palmyra Road and Old Milton/Bedford Pike cross U.S. 421, was a total loss as a result of the tornadoes that swept through Trimble County on Friday, March 2.

  • Veterans, military personnel to be feted at Trimble Fair

    The Trimble County Fair Board will salute military personnel from yesterday and today during next month’s Trimble County Fair.

  • Trimble among 6 counties to form new I-71 Task Force

    By SARAH BEACH
    The Trimble Banner Intern

    Six counties joined forces last Thursday to expand local businesses and employment.

    The judge-executives from Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Oldham, Owen and Trimble counties have been meeting together to form the I-71 Kentucky Corridor Regional Task Force, Inc.

  • Trimble County Apple Fest Sept. 8-9

    The Trimble County Apple Festival is set for Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 8-9, in downtown Bedford.

    The festival includes quality arts and crafts vendors, quilt displayes, musical entertainment, a Little Miss and Mister Apple Festival pageant, an apple-pie baking contest and much more.

    Sponsors are needed. To make a monetary donation, contact Lisa Hatfield at (502) 4362 or at lishatfield@yahoo.com.

  • Two Trimble residents vying for Shelby Energy board position

    Shelby Energy customers are encouraged to attend the electric cooperative’s 75th Annual Meeting on Friday, June 22, at the Henry County High School in New Castle.

    Cooperatives are unique businesses organized to provide a needed product or service based on the nonprofit principal. There are no stockholders in an electric cooperative. After all expenses have been paid, any remaining money is returned to the customers as capital credits.

  • Fair plans celebration for military

    The Trimble County Fair Board will salute military personnel from yesterday and today during next month’s Trimble County Fair.

    The theme for the June 18-23 fair is “Honoring Our Veterans and Supporting Our Troops.” The fair board is planning a special ceremony to be held on Thursday, June 21, in honor of veterans and current members of today’s military service.

  • Suspect arrested in Bedford burglary

    A 22-year-old Pendleton man was arrested after he was observed exiting a residence north of Bedford on Wednesday, May 16.

    According to Trooper Brad Arterburn, Public Affairs Officer for Kentucky State Police Post 5 in Campbellsburg, the owner of an abandoned home on Lehue Road went to the property and found a car parked in the driveway. She called 911 and while she was on the phone a man came out of the home. The owner of the home kept her car behind his to block him in until law enforcement arrived.

  • Rabies clinic set for June 2 in Trimble Co.

  • Barebone road work
  • Firemen respond to Culls Ridge blaze

    Volunteer firefighters from four fire departments worked a structure fire at a residence on Culls Ridge Road late Monday.

    At 10:32 p.m., firefighters from the Bedford Fire Department and Milton Fire & Rescue were dispatched to the home of Charles E. Tisdale, 1108 Culls Ridge Road. When firefighters arrived on the scene with their equipment they found the residence fully engulfed in fire.