Trimble County Sheriff's Log November 14-20, 2022
A missing cat, text messages, YouTube videos and other documents comprise evidence added by district judge candidate Ashley Ahrens in her lawsuit to disqualify judge-elect Daniel Fendley as a valid candidate for office.
An organization to preserve and protect the legacy of Harlan and Anna Hubbard is working to restore and preserve the Payne Hollow site that served as their home in Trimble County.
Trimble County Superintendent Jessica Wilcoxson said she is committed to supporting teachers and students in order to improve academic performance in Trimble County Schools after the recent release of School Report Card (SRC) data.
Trimble County Fiscal Court held a special session on Monday, Oct. 31 to approve a solid waste program and discuss playground construction at Trimble County Park.
With less than three weeks before the Nov. 8 election, the candidates for 12th District judge are now locked in a legal battle that includes one trying to get the other kicked off the ballot and the other threatening to sue for defamation.
“Anyone who does anything to help a child is a hero to me,” said Fred Rogers, more commonly known as Mister Rogers. The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky (FHKY) named Denise Hall recipient of its 2022 Gil Friedell Award for her career spent serving the youth of Trimble County through substan…
Three candidates are seeking the office of mayor in the city of Carrollton and this week we will feature their responses to a specific set of questions — all received before the candidate forum hosted by Carroll County Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 25.