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Today's News

  • Taylor Epley a cage standout

    HADLEY, MA -- Williams College junior forward Taylor Epley earned the New England Small College Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week award for leading the Ephs to the title at the Cal Lutheran Thrivent Financial Tournament. NESCAC is a conference of 11 NCAA Division III colleges in New England.

  • Raiders take on the Rebels

    By Craig Lacefield
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • 8th grade NCKC Champions
  • Raiders win two of three home contests to go 10-5

    The Trimble County Raiders rebounded from a bitter loss to Walton-Verona to start the new year on Jan. 2, by punishing Williamstown and North Bullitt in games played in the familiar confines of Trimble County High School gymnasium this week.

    Trimble led 15-13 after a quarter of play but built the advantage to 33-22 at halftime en route to a 70-53 drubbing of North Bullitt on Monday. The Raiders outscored the visitors 18-10 in the third frame.

  • Lady Raiders defensive effort dooms Spencer County

    The Trimble County Lady Raiders bounced back strong from an overtime loss earlier in the week to claim a dominating 67-40 win on the road at Spencer County Saturday.

    “We got a good win Saturday,” Trimble Coach Kerrie Stewart said by telephone Monday. “During the first half it was fairly tight but we started playing well in the second quarter.”

  • Big, crazy, toddler-sized faith

    When my youngest brother was little he loved to be tossed into the swimming pool.
    We’d pick him up and throw him underhand, like lobbing a softball, into the deep end and watch him sink and then pop his head up from the surface, look for the nearest side of the pool and swim toward it.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (Jan. 13, 1983)
    At an emergency meeting of the Trimble County School Board, Jan. 6, the boys’ basketball coach at Trimble County High School, Harold Taylor, was reinstated and then resigned. Taylor’s contract as teacher and coach had been suspended on Dec. 15, 1982.

    Louise Ginn was honored by the Trimble County Library Board on the occasion of her retirement after 11 years as Trimble County Librarian.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Odd-numbered legislative session kicks off this week

    The General Assembly returns to the Capitol this week, kicking off another legislative session.

    As is always the case during odd-numbered years, the House and Senate are scheduled to meet for 30 working days, with the first four set aside to elect leaders of both chambers and establish committee assignments for the next two years. We will then return in early February to begin voting on bills, wrapping up our work by the end of March.

  • Youth in Need volunteers