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Today's News

  • Fundamentals of the faith

    It seems we’re all recovering from something.
    Recovering drug addicts, recovering alcoholics - I’m a recovering nice person.

    For about a year or so I’ve been reading a blog for recovering Christian fundamentalists, “Stuff Fundies Like,” at www.stufffundieslike.com.

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (July 08, 1982)
    Trimble County Fiscal Court met Saturday morning, July 3, with all magistrates and judge-executive attending in a 3-hour session of setting salaries of the county officials.

    Bernice Liter is the new county treasurer and is to retain the $100,000 bond through Rand Insurance Agency by which Wilma Olivigni, former treasurer, was bound.

  • July marks start of fiscal year

    July may not be a time normally associated with a rush of legislative activity, but in a key way, no month is busier.

    That’s because it marks the beginning of the state’s fiscal year, and it also is when most of the new laws adopted earlier in the year by the General Assembly take effect.  Unless there is an emergency clause or another specified date, all enacted bills officially go on the books 90 days after the end of a legislative session.  This year, that falls on July 12th.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • Former editor enjoys reunion with Stripes newspaper staff

    Sometimes, with the right group of people, it doesn’t matter how much time passes from the last time you were together.

    That’s the way it was for me the weekend of June 23-24, when my best friend and I took a road trip to a tiny town in the Catskills of upstate New York to reunite with some of my co-workers from the past.

  • Trimble County Community Calendar

    Thursday, July 5
    Trimble County Hymn Sing will be held at 7 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church on  US Hwy 421S. Everyone welcome.

    Saturday, July 7
    TCHS Color Guard will sponsor a yard sale at the TCMS parking lot. Donations are being accepted. All proceeds go to uniforms and equipment. Contact Rachel Davis at 502-663-1650 or Ray Davis at 502-663-1640 for more information.

  • Wainscot, Welch to wed July 14

    Ricky Wainscott and Susan Welch both of Carrollton would like to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding on Saturday, July 14, 2012.

    The bride is the daughter of Patty Welch of Carrollton and the late Joe “JoJo” Welch.

    The groom is the son of Loretta Wainscott of Carrollton and the late Bobby Wainscott.

    The ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. with a reception to follow at the American Legion Post 41 in Carrollton. No formal invitations will be sent. All friends and family are invited.

  • On-farm investment available for Trimble

    FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, chaired by Gov. Steve Beshear, recently awarded $180,000 in Trimble County Agricultural Development Funds for a County Agricultural Investment Program. The Trimble County Cattleman’s Association Inc. submitted a proposal to the Trimble County Agricultural Development Council and the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board to provide cost-share incentives to area farmers.

  • Trimble grad receives scholarship to pursue masters at Notre Dame’s School of Music

    Andrew G. Jennings, Bedford, received a Bachelor of Music at Indiana University Southeast in May of this year.

    Jennings is the recipient of a full, two-year scholarship to study for his Masters at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. His study is Sacred Music with emphasis in choral conducting. Andy will also be a graduate assistant in the Music Department.

  • Heat wave will continue

    Kentucky Press News Service

    The heatwave gripping Kentucky will continue at least through Wednesday, the National Weather Service office in Louisville says.

    But temperatures will slowly moderate but only by a degree or two until highs on Wednesday, July 4 will be in the mid 90s.

    A series of thunderstorms moved through Kentucky on Sunday night causing many power outages along the way as wind gusts of more than 50 mph, according to the weather service, knocked down several trees that caused power to go out.