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Trimble County

  • Meet new MES principal Amy Shinn

    By TEENA DRAKE
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Eagerly awaiting the first day of school to greet the students of Milton Elementary School is newly hired principal, Amy Shinn. With her beautiful smile and positive outlook, this year looks like it will be a wonderful year at MES.

  • Trimble County Adult Education Office moves to former TCMS

    By JENNIFER GOODIN
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Due to the restructuring of the Trimble County School System, the JCTC Trimble County Adult Education Center has moved. We are now located in Room 112 of the old middle school. Simply enter the front door and turn right, our office is the last office on the right (Room 112).
    We are open during the summer months on Mondays – Thursdays from 8:00 – 3:00, or by appointment. Our telephone number has stayed the same, (502) 255 – 9191. However, it will not be functional until after July 20th.

  • TRIMBLE FAIR LIVESTOCK AUCTION
  • MISS TEEN TRIMBLE COUNTY FAIR ROYALTY
  • MISS TRIMBLE COUNTY FAIR ROYALTY
  • BABY CONTESTS and CUTIE PIES
  • Dedication tomorrow for Trimble Plantation

    Staff Report
    Earlier this year, members of the Oldham County Historical Society learned the organization would receive two designations on the National Parks Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program. The first site to be accepted was the Henry Bibb Escapes/Gatewood Plantation Site located in Bedford here in Trimble County. The
    second designation chosen for inclusion in the program was the archived holdings of the J.C. Barnett Library & Archives in La Grange. Both sites are vital links to the history of the Underground Railroad in this area.

  • Boat safely this summer

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources urges caution among boaters while weekend boating on a lake or river this summer.
    “The increased volume of boat traffic and differing experience levels among boaters heightens the danger,” said Zac Campbell, boating education coordinator with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “It’s definitely not a good time to be drinking and boating. Be a responsible, safe boater.”

  • Gatewood Plantation set for NPS National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom

    Earlier this year, the Oldham County Historical Society learned they would receive two designations on the National Parks Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program. The first site to be accepted was the Henry Bibb Escapes/Gatewood Plantation Site located in Bedford, Trimble Co., Ky.
    The second designation chosen for inclusion in the program was the archived holdings of the J.C. Barnett Library & Archives in La Grange, Ky. Both sites are vital links to the history of the Underground Railroad in this area.

  • BAD properties a focus of Kentucky League of Cities

    Staff Report
    Last week, Mayor Todd Pollock and Commissioner James “Hambone” Helm went to Bowling Green for a three-day conference sponsored by the Kentucky League of Cities. While they were at the conference they met up with Mayor of Carrollton, Robb Adams, a team of council members and city attorney Amy Eversole among many others.