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    In preparation for the upcoming bridge slide, the only remaining original Milton-Madison Bridge pier is scheduled to be demolished Friday, January 31 at 4 p.m. Demolition will require a brief bridge closure lasting approximately 10 minutes.



    In preparation for the upcoming bridge slide, the only remaining original
    Milton-Madison Bridge pier is scheduled to be demolished NEXT WEEK - DATE TO BE
    ANNOUNCED. Demolition will require a brief bridge closure lasting approximately 10

    The 92-foot-tall pier will be removed in a series of two blasts scheduled to take
    place several days apart. Using controlled explosives, the first blast will topple
    the pier above the water line. A tension line anchored on the Madison side of the
    river will be used to pull the pier toward the shoreline, controlling the direction


    Light Up Bedford cancelled!

    Winter Storm Warning

    Due to the expected onslaught of a winter storm this weekend Friday’s “Light Up Bedford” event has been cancelled. Bedford City Clerk Rita Davis made the announcement Thursday morning (Dec. 5). The event will not be rescheduled, Davis said. County employees will turn on the lights for the holiday season but no official ceremonies will be held.

  • Murder in rural Trimble, suspect held

    The Trimble Banner
    A Trimble County man was arraigned Tuesday morning in Trimble County District Court in connection with the Nov. 27 murder of 24-year-old Angela Long. Robert Louis Baldwin III, 25, made the appearance in court via videoconference from the Carroll County Detention Center where he is being held on the charge of murder with bond set at $1-million cash.

  • Police investigating Trimble murder

    Kentucky State Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a young Bedford woman, 24-year-old Angela Long, whose remains were found in the mobile home residence of her father at 34 Kenlee Drive in south Trimble County.

    Dispatchers at the KSP Post 5 in Campbellsburg received a call at 4:58 a.m. Wednesday from Robert L. Baldwin III, advising that he had outstanding warrants against him and wanted to turn himself in, according to Trooper Brad Arterburn, Public Information Officer for KSP Post 5. Baldwin then made a startling confession, Arterburn said.


    All A
    Third Grade: Miguel Avelar, Hannah Evans, Carson Hackney, Audrey Howerton, Olivia Jones, Ella Knight, Kinley Kunkel, Mitchell Lacefield, Whitnee Louden, Kaden May, Kaylee Payton, Halie Purvis, Maddie Stark, Adelyn Weaver and James Thomas Wilcoxson.

  • Trimble County School Lunch Menus

    Offered @ Breakfast Daily:Milk/Juice/Fruit/Cereal/Toast
    Breakfast -- free
    Lunch -- $1.95
    Milk  -- .45
    Offered Daily:  Milk / Juice / Chef Salad / Yogurt
    All bread is whole grain

    Monday, Nov. 4: Corn Dog (WG), Baked Beans, Carrots w/dip, Potato Smiles, Fresh Fruit Choice or Pears.

    Tuesday, Nov. 5:Chicken Tenders, Broccoli w/cheese sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Kiwi or Fruit Cocktail, Whole Grain Roll.

  • Carroll tops Raiders

    Landmark Community Newspapers
    The Carroll County Panthers took care of business Friday night, defeating rival Trimble County, 42-0. The Panthers scored all 42 points in the first half, so a running clock shortened the second half, making it even harder for the Raiders to mount a comeback.
    The Panthers’ entire offense was their ground game, rushing 41 times for 384 yards while attempting zero passes. In comparison, the Raiders rushed 22 times for 20 yards and threw the ball once for three yards.

  • Lady Raiders drop District opener

    Another successful high school volleyball season came to an abrupt end Tuesday, Oct. 22 as the Trimble County Lady Raiders fell before a talented North Oldham team 3-0 in the opening round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s 29th District Tournament. Game scores were 25-14, 25-20 and 25-14.

  • Get the most out of a new energy efficient heating or cooling unit

    It’s a common misconception that purchasing a new home heating or cooling unit will automatically lower your energy bills. However, this answer is not always so simple.
    Purchasing a new energy efficient heating or cooling unit should lower your energy bills. However, you may want to ask yourself if your home is prepared to fully realize the potential cost savings of a new energy efficient unit.