Trimble County

  • 3 local accidents investigated

    Staff Report
    Local first responders responded to several motor vehicle accidents during the past week, according to Milton Fire Chief Jason Long.

  • Feeley resigns as family judge

    Landmark News Service
    After more than ten years, 12th Circuit Family Judge Tim Feeley has resigned from his position to take a new job as deputy secretary for the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS).  
    “I was contacted at the beginning of the month by the governor’s office asking if I would take a position in the Bevin administration,” Feeley said.  
    As deputy secretary for CHFS, Feeley’s responsibilities have dramatically expanded.  

  • Desperate times for the Trimble High Drama Club

    By Trevor Browning
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Trimble County Adult Education success story: Amanda Thomas
  • Some courthouse offices to close for inauguration

    The following offices at the Trimble County Courthouse will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 8, for the inauguration of Governor-elect Matt Bevin: Trimble County Clerk, Trimble County Circuit Court Clerk, Property Valuation Administrator and Trimble County Sheriff, according to Trimble County Clerk Tina Browning.

  • Kozar resigns as CEO at Carroll County Memorial


    Landmark News Service

    Carroll County Memorial Hospital CEO Michael Kozar announced his resignation to CCMS board chairman Dennis Raisor in a letter dated Nov. 11, 2015.

    Kozar will become CEO of Northwest Florida Community Hospital in Chipley, Fla. Jan. 1, 2016.

    In an interview Tuesday, Kozar said that his departure was not caused by a lack of satisfaction by either side but an opportunity that he could not turn down.

  • CCMH recognized in top 10 for patient health outcomes

    Carroll County Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of Kentucky’s top 10 acute care hospitals for excellence in outcomes.

    The rankings from the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health and iVantage Health Analytics are based on factors including patient safety indicators, readmissions and mortality. The recognition for CCMH is part of National Rural Health Day on Nov. 19, which celebrates the accomplishment of rural health organizations this year, according to information from the sponsoring organizations.

  • Most Kentuckians covered by Medicaid expansion have jobs

    “More than half of about 400,000 Kentuckians who gained Medicaid coverage under the federal law also known as Obamacare have jobs but did not have health insurance,” Deborah Yetter reports for The Courier-Journal, calling that “a lesser-known fact of the Medicaid expansion implemented by outgoing Gov. Steve Beshear.”

  • Buckling up this holiday makes traveling safer

    Thanksgiving tradition is about more than turkey.

    The most American of holidays also is the busiest travel time of the year, putting more people on the road and increasing the likelihood of crashes.

    As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is reminding motorists to buckle up and is putting a special emphasis on those traveling in pickup trucks.

  • TCMS students learn what makes a hero


    The Trimble Banner

    During Leader in Me at Trimble County Middle School, eighth graders were to identify what makes a hero. They began with listing characteristics of people who are special to them and how they could fall into the classification of a hero.