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Today's News

  • Lady Raiders open season at Frankfort

    The 2018-19 high school basketball season has arrived for the Trimble County Lady Raiders who hope to sharply improve on last year’s rebuilding year that concluded with a 2-21 record. Coach Kerrie Stewart’s youthful team opened the new season on the road Monday with a 51-42 loss at Frankfort, a game which the girls “should have” won, Stewart said.

  • Gifts to help family, friends eat healthy

    Having a hard time finding gifts for friends and family and staying on budget? Making your own healthy gifts can be both an affordable and fun way to give friends and family gifts, while also encouraging them to eat healthy. Here are some great gift ideas for any occasion:

    Mason jar gifts:

  • Importance of cleaning, disinfecting horse stalls

    Cleaning and disinfecting stalls is critically important for biosecurity, especially in controlling disease outbreaks. However, much misinformation exists.

    The average 1,000-pound horse produces 50 pounds of manure and urine per day. Add on to that other body fluids that potentially contain pathogens (nasal discharges, abscess material, blood, etc.) and a significant organic load exists in the average horse stall. Any surface that needs to be disinfected (treated with chemicals in order to kill pathogens) must be cleaned of dirt and organic material first.

  • Public records | Nov. 22, 2018

    Items published in court news are public record.

    The Trimble Banner publishes all misdemeanors, felonies and small-claims judgments recorded in district court, as well as all civil suits recorded in circuit court. Juvenile court cases are not published.

    Crime reports are provided by local law enforcement agencies. Charges or citations reported to The Trimble Banner do not imply guilt.

    The following cases were heard the week of Nov. 12 by the Honorable Judge Jerry D. Crosby II.

    FELONY

  • Sheriff's log | Nov. 22, 2018

    Nov. 12

    10:07 a.m., welfare check, 106 KY 36

    10:32 a.m., EMS assist, 204 Mt. Pleasant Road

    3:29 p.m., property damage accident, 1029 U.S. 421 North

    9:32 p.m., domestic abuse, 2430 Claxon Ridge Road

    10:56 p.m., lockout, 82 Springhill Road

    Nov. 13

    8:14 a.m., personal injury accident, U.S. 421 South

    2:27 p.m., suspect in custody, Madison, Ind.

    3:02 p.m., welfare check, 7154 Burkhardt Bottom Road

    3:14 p.m., assault, 581 School Hollow Road

    Nov. 14

  • Community, library and senior events calendar | Nov. 22, 2018

    COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Nov. 29

    Milton City Commission will have a special called meeting at 6 p.m.

    Dec. 5

  • Kentucky's place in offering thanks

    When it comes to the history of Thanksgiving, there is a gap between what most of us were taught in school and what actually happened.

    It’s true that the most famous of these feasts did indeed occur nearly 400 years ago, when the Pilgrims and the Native Americans who helped them gathered for a three-day harvest celebration.

  • Looking forward to the holiday season

    With blustery winds and snow flurries sweeping the Commonwealth, it’s clear that the holiday season is upon us. Meanwhile, the members of the General Assembly continue to be hard at work holding Interim Joint Committee meetings in Frankfort and throughout the state as we approach the start of the 2019 Regular Session in January.

  • Looking Back and Do You Remember? | Nov. 22, 2018

    Nov. 24, 1988

    (30 years ago)

    The Trimble County Fiscal Court agreed to form a solid waste board after hearing concerns from the Henry-Trimble Counties Concerned Citizens Coalition. The board will consist of the county judge, the mayor of the largest city and one member-at-large. Residents of Hall-Webb Road and Kidwell Pike were also at the meeting voicing concerns about deterioration of the roads.

  • Hungry? Come to God's table

    Whenever my husband and I travel the 70 miles to eat the best pizza ever, we always make sure not to eat breakfast because we want to be good and hungry so it will be worth the trip.

    Barry gets two slices with green peppers, onions and mushrooms and I get one slice of Florentine pizza -- creamy ricotta cheese and spinach.

    As we eat, we close our eyes and smile, maybe sigh, because this is The. Best. Pizza. Ever.

    Not everyone loves pizza, but every human being is hungry, and the desire for food and to be fed is amazingly powerful.