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  • River near flood stage; more rain on the way
    A flood warning from the National Weather Service at Louisville remains in effect until Sunday morning as periodic episodes of heavy rainfall are expected through the first part of the weekend.
  • A female juvenile has been arrested after threats made at Austin High School and on social media, Indiana State Police Tuesday.
  • Carroll County High School was locked down this morning but not because of a security or safety issue.

    Carroll County High School students and staff were following procedures for a drill to make sure they know what to do if a serious situation should arise. The drill was scheduled in advance in conjunction with the Carrollton Police Department. Students heard an announcement before the start of the drill telling them it was such. 
  • Trimble no match for No. 17 Colonels
    Trimble County boys basketball had trouble getting anything going in their District 29 tournament semifinal on Tuesday against 17th-ranked Oldham County at North Oldham.
  • Hot-shooting Hanover clubs Beavers 88-78
    Visiting Bluffton College poured in 41 first half points and still never had a chance in Tuesday’s Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament opener at Hanover College.
  • Hanover women roll past Quakers to semifinals
    Sophomore Maleha Motter broke Hanover’s single season record for rebounds and Hanover’s women defeated Earlham 69-58 on Tuesday night at Collier Arena to advance to Friday’s Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference basketball tournament semifinals in Terre Haute.
  • Imaginative books sweep kids away
    Sometimes we all need to escape for a bit, and that’s as true for kids as it is for adults. The good news is an escape doesn’t have to mean a trip to Tahiti or Disney. A great escape is as simple as a book that’s packed with imagination, like the three books reviewed today and the three recommended by your local librarian.

    Why wait? Escape now and enjoy the adventure – read!
  • Celebrate Recovery: The faith-based recovery program meets from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Hanover Baptist Church. For more information, call (812) 801-6008 or (812) 498-8982.
  • Pets of the Week - February 20, 2018
    DOLLY is a really sweet girl who likes to be snuggled. She and her brother are German Shepherd mixes who were really thin and hungry when they came to the shelter. They are learning to trust people since they were only 4- to 5-month old puppies and were not cared for like puppies should be.
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Roaming Readers - Walking Group at 9:00 AM on 2/7/2018
Start Time: 2/7/2018 9:00:00 AM
Location: 35 Equity Drive
Bedford, KY 40006
End Time: 2/7/2018 10:00:00 AM
Telephone: 502-255-7362
Email: sarah@trimblelibrary.org
Website: www.trimblelibrary.org
Don't let the cold weather keep you from getting exercise. Meet us at the Trimble County Board of Education gym for an hour of walking. Walkers of all ages are welcome to join.
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Community Lenten Luncheon at 12:00 PM on 2/21/2018
Start Time: 2/21/2018 12:00:00 PM
End Time: 2/21/2018 1:00:00 PM
The Greater Madison Ministerial Alliance will host a service at noon each Wednesday during Lent. St. John’s United Church of Christ will host Rev. Bill Johnson Feb. 21. Lunch will immediately follow the service at approximately 12:30 p.m.
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AL-ANON at 6:00 PM on 12/6/2017
Start Time: 12/6/2017 6:00:00 PM
AL-ANON
Al-Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. By sharing common experiences, families and friends of alcoholics aim to bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.
The local group meets at 6 p.m. Wednesdays at the Jefferson County Clearinghouse, 100 E. Second St.
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