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TEN YEARS AGO
Jan. 23, 2003
Jane Wheatley, who has been interim hospital CEO on several occasions, has been named to the position permanently.
Despite freezing temperatures and snow, Taylor County's celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday went on this weekend. More than 50 people braved the icy winds on Sunday afternoon to participate in the annual march sponsored by the Black Ministerial Alliance. About 20 cars followed the walkers.
Don Shaw was inducted into the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame on Saturday at Executive Inn in Louisville.
The 2003 Taylor County Relay for Life Committee will present a "Circus for a Cure" on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. at Taylor Extension Office.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 21, 1993
A little more than 200 people on Sunday afternoon braved the cold to march from First Baptist Church to Campbellsville High School in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream.
With most area tobacco markets either closed or preparing to close for the season, farmers are facing up to a 10 percent cut in quotas for this year.
Forest and Altha Bland of Campbellsville celebrated their 70th anniversary on Saturday, Dec. 26, 1992, at Banquet Table Restaurant in Louisville.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 1983
Mom Weeks, Taylor County's oldest living band booster, was honored on the occasion of her 79th birthday before Taylor County's basketball game with Marion County on Friday night.
Campbellsville Shrine Club donated $5,000, the proceeds of projects local people supported, to the Kosair Crippled Children's hospital.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 18, 1973
After 35 years of public service in Taylor County, E. Poe Young has announced that he will not seek re-election as County Clerk.
Marshall Lyon returned home on Monday from a week at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington where he has been taking therapy treatments.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 1963
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cox of 218 Coppock Blvd. announced the marriage of their daughter, Dora Lee Cox, to Mr. Carl Lewis Wagoner, son of Carl Lewis Wagoner, Route 1, city.
Janet Caffee returned to Cambridge, Mass., on Sunday, having spent the holidays with her family. She is enrolled in Radcliffe College for women there.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 15, 1953
Betty Bryan of Lexington was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.V. Bryan.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Bohanon of Campbellsville announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mae Bohanon, to Mr. Albert Mardis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mardis, Campbellsville.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 1943
Funeral services for Reece Bowen, 43, will be Thursday afternoon in Romine with the Rev. Odis Polley in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Mahan Jr. of Ashland are the parents of a son, James Robert, born on Jan. 7.
Mrs. C.H. Ellis Jr. and daughter moved to Louisville on Tuesday to make their home where he is employed.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 2, 1933
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gunter of Merrimac are the parents of a son born on Jan. 6.
Faye Miller, who has spent the past six months in Dayton, Ohio, returned to her home in the city on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Massie of Columbia were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conover last weekend.
E.W. Harris of Kingston, N.C., arrived on Monday for a week's visit to Mrs. Harris and son at the home of Mrs. W.T. Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Cloyd and son of Louisville are spending this week here on business.
NINETY YEARS AGO
Jan. 11, 1923
G.T. Gowdy was in Louisville the first of the week where he purchased some needed equipment for Campbellsville Fire Department. Our department is now prepared better than ever before to fight fires, making it equal to any in the state for a town of its size.
Bascal Evans has taken a position as traveling salesman with the V.M. Gowdy Grocery.
J.M. Durham was in Stanford the first of the week on business. While there he sold 38 head of cattle.
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 1913
Clara Buchanon returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Elizabethtown and Louisville.
Alvin Lyon left this morning for St. Mary's where he will enter college in that city.
Bessie Collins left last week for Green County where she will teach school for the next two weeks for Catherine Hatcher of this county.