Friday, May 15, 2009

What ever happened to the Trenton Golf Course?

If you will recall, last fall the Trenton Golf Course was closed and a company was looking to put a rock quarry there. What has happened? Well, the permit is still under review officially, but if you go out and look at the former course it looks as if dirt is being moved and part of it will even be cropland this summer.

So, what is really going on?

If you have a tip, let us know...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about the inmate that escaped from the jail? What have we people been trying to tell you about the jailer???? He can not keep good people. WHY????

11:05 AM, May 28, 2009  
Blogger Something to say said...

The family that now owns this property is intending to farm it.

It was a very nice Golf Course to play. Too bad the Powell brothers their families and others couldn't make a go of it.

11:38 AM, May 28, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This golf course was doom for failure from the very start.It was in the middle of no-where being located in the Trenton,Ky area of Todd County,Kentucky.This golf course need major sponsors and some majors events , of which it never got.

9:18 PM, June 01, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Must be a conspiracy! I bet its the gold buried there. Yeap I said GOLD! Everyone knows the Cherokee buried tons of it during the removal of the indain from the east. And everyones looking for it! Thats got to be it, what else could it be, really? I watched the video about it and the only thing I could come up with is that the locals want the GOLD for them selves. But the quarry wants it too! Man, you people need some real news down your way, isn't the current world crisis enough? Or do you think your isolation will protect you. GO HICKVILLE LOSERS!! P.S IF you people are so worried about the indain's Trail of Tears why don't you give them back their land?

11:57 PM, June 01, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Golf course is more important than inmates running loose....

12:08 PM, June 03, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Especially, in this community. An inmate can escape and the jail is not held accountable for it.

9:17 AM, August 21, 2009  

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