Local News

  • County clerk point-of-sale system starts Jan. 2


    Trimble County Clerk

    To clear up all confusion caused in the December 14th edition of The Banner, the Point of Sale System will begin January 2nd, 2018. The Point of Sale System is the method in which the local Clerk’s office will be able to key-in the customer’s payment and balance each day. It is the duty of the Clerk’s office to inform all December car renewal customers, or those who were born in the month of December, of our updated holiday hours.

  • Legal action threatened against Trimble over voter rolls

    Trimble County Clerk Tina Browning is one of 248 county election officials across the nation who has received a letter from an Indiana-based advocacy group threatening federal legal action over alleged violations of the National Voter Registration Act.

  • Survey for older adults designed to assess social service needs

    LOUISVILLE – Senior citizens who live in Jefferson and surrounding Kentucky counties, including Trimble, are encouraged to take a brief survey online or over the phone to help analyze social service needs for older adults and individuals with disabilities.

    For the second year, the University of Louisville Institute for Sustainable Health and Optimal Aging will conduct a community needs assessment on behalf of the Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency (KIPDA).

  • Junior Ranger Program: Discovering archaeology and the Underground Railroad

    The Oldham County History Center in La Grange offers a Junior Ranger Program designed to teach young area residents about the Underground Railroad and activities of abolitionists assisting slaves in their escape from slave-holding states to freedom in northern states and Canada. The Oldham history group has conducted archaelogical excavations at a former plantation in Bedford in recent years. Prior to 1837 part of what is now Trimble County was part of Oldham County. Parts of Oldham and Gallatin counties were carved off to become Trimble County in 1837.

  • TCHS Drama Club regales young hospital patients with carols


    Special to The Trimble Banner

    The holiday season is in the air, and with that comes a surplus of individuals donating their time for a better cause. While many people may donate toys or money to organizations in need, the members of the Trimble County High School Drama Club took a different approach.

  • Board of education approves numerous consent agenda items


    Special to The Trimble Banner

    The Trimble County Board of Education held its regular meeting at the Board office on December 13, during which Charlie Montgomery made a proposal to purchase a portion of the old TCMS parking lot.

    Dr. Bob Wagner presented The Student Enrollment Report. The report will be detailed in next week’s issue of The Trimble Banner.

    Director of Pupil Personnel Jessica Wilcoxson reported on the following:

    Average Daily Attendance (ADA)

  • iLEAD Academy presented KSBA PEAK Award
  • Christmas benefit concert with the Realm
  • Report details TCHS facility assessment

    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Superintendent Steve Miracle presented the Trimble County Board of Education with the Kentucky Inventory and Classification System (KFICS) Phase 1 report at the Nov. 16 regular Board meeting. This report was released on Nov. 13, 2017 by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE under HB 303 (2016). KFIC Phase 1 is the initial phase of a system to keep an ongoing current database monitoring the condition of approximately 1700 school districts in Kentucky.

  • Open house to celebrate retirees

    Managing Editor
    Bedford Loan & Deposit Bank extends an invitation to the community to attend an Open House celebration tomorrow at the main branch in Bedford to honor long-term employees Delcie Powell and Deanna Ralston who will be retiring at the end of December.