Today's News

  • Leadership students ‘make a difference’

    Teen Leadership Trimble recently completed its fifth year of helping students “make a difference.”  Twenty-two freshmen and sophomores learned about their community through trips focusing on industry/agriculture, government, history, arts and humanities, and educational empowerment.

  • TCMS names 7th grade Students of the Month

    Trimble County Middle School Principal Mike Genton has announced the TCMS Seventh Grade Students of the Month and Teacher Spotlights for April.


    Monday, May 7: Pizza, *Gilardi cheese sticks, tossed salad, corn, pineapple, fresh fruit

    Tuesday, May 8: Hot ham & cheese on bun, *hoagie on bun, lettuce/tomato, french fries, fresh fruit

    Wednesday, May 9: Asian Day: General Tso chicken, *chili, cheese, chips, rice pilaf, Prince William veggies, fresh fruit/fruit, fortune cookie

    Thursday, May 10: MANAGER’S CHOICE

    Friday, May 11: Pork BBQ on bun, *chicken patty on bun, potato wedges, coleslaw, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit

  • Kentucky state tests coming soon to TCMS


    Special to The Trimble Banner

    The tests are coming! The tests are coming!

    What I am referring to when I say the tests?

    I mean the State tests given every spring. In an interview with the Trimble County Middle School Principal, Mike Genton, he stated that “The students did remarkably better compared to the previous years” in reference to last year’s scores.

  • CAC writing excellence students
  • TCMS SBDM council elected

    The Trimble County Middle School teachers elected their new SBDM council members last week. The teacher representatives for the year of 2012-2013 are: Steve Gamble Kristy Center and Teena Drake.

    Friday the TCMS PTSA elected their new SBDM parent reps for the council.  They are: Jill Sachleben and Jennifer Aponte.

    Mike Genton, Principal, expressed appreciation  Tom Sibley and Sara Spurr for their work as members of the SBDM council for the 2011-2012 school year.

  • Postmaster issues alert for bogus emails

    Bedford Postmaster Denise Dewitt has issued a crime alert notice.

    A number of postal customers have been receiving bogus emails regarding a package allegedly sent through the postal service. When the email recipient opens the email it activates a virus in their computer.

    “We would like to warn people not to open the link,” Dewitt said. “The post office does not send notices of packages, nor do we charge for holding packages.”

  • Burrows attends National School Boards Conference

    Scott Burrows of the Trimble County Board of Education joined more than 5,000 school board and state school boards association leaders, administrators and other education leaders in attending the 2012 National School Boards Association’s Annual Conference that took place April 21-23 in Boston, Mass.

  • Bedford Elementary among grant recipients

    FRANKFORT, Ky. - Governor Steve Beshear and the Energy and Environment Cabinet jointly announced that $300,854 in grant funding has been awarded for 20 playground projects. The program provides rubber mulch for playgrounds, tracks and athletic fields.

    Trimble County’s Bedford Elementary School will be the recipient of $45,664 from the grant, according to Beshear’s office.

  • TCMS track competes in conference meet

    The Trimble County Middle School track and field team competed in the North Central Kentucky Track Conference Meet at New Castle on Thursday, April 26.

    Trimble’s boys finished third overall. Individual results were as follows:

    100 meter dash—Evan Simmons, sixth, 12.87; and Michael Russett, eighth, 13.72.

    200 meter dash—Josh Rexroat, fifth, 26.67; and Evan Simmons, sixth, 27.27.

    400 meter dash—Michael Russett, fifth, 1:07.31; and Ryan Blanton, eighth, 1:15.63.