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Today's Opinions

  • Donations welcome for Project Prom

    Editor:
    Project Prom began in the late and has been successful for years as it offers a fun and exciting way to celebrate a substance-free prom night for our juniors, seniors and their guests. There has been a great sense of pride and community involvement in the planning and implementation of this rite of passage for Trimble County students. The buy-in from the entire community is astounding!

  • Historical society sends appreciation for turnout at 180 event

    Editor:
    We didn’t gather around the cake and blow out candles nor did we sing “Happy Birthday” but there were some who hummed as they viewed displays of Trimble County’s 180 years.
    Trimble County was formed by an act of the Commonwealth of Kentucky General Assembly in 1836 out of sections of Oldham, Henry and Gallatin counties. The county government was formally organized on March 27, 1837 and began on the first day of April of that year. The first meeting was held in the Bedford Methodist Church.

  • 2017 session was busy: 793 bills introduced

    The 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is now history and with its conclusion comes the consideration of what was accomplished — both good and bad — and how the adoption of these policies will play out for the future of the Commonwealth.

  • Summit Basecamp at TCMS

    Dear Readers,
    I am excited to share information this week regarding Trimble County Middle School. Due to the positive leadership of Principal Tracy Poe and her staff TCMS has applied for and been accepted into the Summit Basecamp training this summer. What is Summit Basecamp? It is a free program that provides educators with resources needed to bring personalized learning into the classroom.
    The mission of Summit is to prepare a diverse student population for success in a four-year college or university and to be thoughtful, contributing members of society.

  • Communication methods rapidly advancing in Ky.

    There was a time when most people connected with their elected officials over landline phones or by sending a letter through the postal service.
    Oh, how times have changed.

  • Relay for Life Kickoff is April 4 at library

    Dear Editor:
    We would like to invite everyone in the community that is curious, wants to form a Team, or wants to be a member of a Team or wants to volunteer for Relay for Life to a Community Kickoff!
    We are hosting a Community Kickoff on April 4th. It will be held at the Trimble County Public Library in the large meeting room at 6:30pm and there will be refreshments.

  • Reader urges voters to sign petition on school tax recall

    To the Citizens of Trimble County:

  • Massie introduces bill to eliminate federal education department

    Should a presidential appointee and an army of bureaucrats in a remote office building thousands of miles away decide what values, morals and ideas to instill in your children? I think not. Of all the harmful things our government in Washington, D.C., does, micromanaging education is perhaps the worst.