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Trimble County

  • Head Start - Preschool Screening is tomorrow

    The Trimble County Preschool Program is funded through the Kentucky Department of Education.
    It is available to four-year old children whose family income is no more than 160 percent of poverty level or for children that are three or four years old with developmental or speech delays, regardless of income. For a child to be eligible based on income they must be four (4) years of age on or before August 1, 2017. Children who do not meet the age requirement may be eligible for Head Start.

  • Cutshaw horse is champion in equine event at Ohio Expo Center

    Show Me Sterling, a seven-year-old appaloosa owned by Guy Gene Cutshaw of Milton, took top honors in the Equine Affaire’s Versatile Horse & Rider Competition, held April 7, 2017, at the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum in Columbus, Ohio.

  • Trimble County Community Day at the Park
  • OVEC and iLEAD Academy school districts break new ground again

    The Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative and its member school districts in Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Owen, and Trimble Counties came together two years ago in an unprecedented, collaborative effort to create iLEAD Academy.  As Kentucky’s first regional high school, iLEAD vastly increases students’ access to career pathways leading to work in the region’s highest demand, highest wage occupations.   

  • KentuckyWired coming to Trimble County

    Submitted
    Technology is a new service that has come about in the last few decades and essential to everything from talking to your friend to communicating with the outside world.
    State Representative Rick Rand, representing the state’s 47th House District in Carroll, Gallatin, Henry and Trimble Counties, in his column last week discussed how to access the state legislature and other state agencies through the internet.

  • Trimble 5th graders serve as pages

    On March 30, Adeline Howerton and Emmy Jent spent the day in Frankfort serving as pages. Some of their duties for the day were to deliver messages between representatives, provide copies of house bills to legislators and deliver mail. Howerton was chosen from Bedford Elementary and Jent is from Milton Elementary.

  • TCHS drama seniors going Barefoot in the Park

    By Trevor Browning
    Fresh off of their recent success with “Arsenic and Old Lace,” the TCHS Drama Club is setting the stage for their next production in May. This show, however, has quite a specific purpose—it will serve as a final goodbye from the seniors in drama, the acting regulars who have graced the Trimble County stage for the last four years.
    With an all-senior cast and a largely veteran backstage crew, the production is sure to be as emotional as it will be enjoyable.

  • Trimble’s Sabrina Moll a presenter in WKU’S 47th Annual Student Research Conference, March 25

    BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – About 400 students, including Sabrina Moll, of Bedford, made presentations at Western Kentucky University’s 47th Annual Student Research Conference Saturday, March 25, at Downing Student Union.
    The abstract title of Moll’s presentation was “Effects of Spine Align for Improving Flexibility in Male College Students: A Pilot Study.”

  • Cifranik, EKU students volunteer at Carter Historic Site

    RICHMOND, Ky. – They gave up their spring break to help beautify the Jimmy Carter Historic Site in Plains, Georgia.
    Then the four Eastern Kentucky University students – Bedford resident Tanya Cifranik, Esther Epps, Joel Robinson and Emma Schadler – enjoyed an intimate, informal dinner with their models for such selfless service: former President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn.

  • Energy efficiency can help rural families save $

    By Lu Nelsen
    Center for Rural Affairs
    Families below the poverty line spend 8 percent of their income on electricity, a much larger proportion than higher income families, according to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.
    And in rural areas, 17.7 percent of families live below the poverty line, as noted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.