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TEN YEARS AGO
May 30, 2002
Campbellsville University School of Music faculty member Nevalyn Price Moore has been honored as the 2002 Kentucky Music Educators Association College/University Teacher of the Year.
Kimberly Johnson of Campbellsville has earned the opportunity to sing at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Maurice Jr. and Theresa Coppock of Campbellsville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Beth Coppock, to Gene Massey, son of Larry and Linda Massey of Bowling Green.
The Taylor County Junior Miss Committee is hosting an orientation tea for young women interested in this year's Junior Miss program.
Campbellsville University will host the Flute Society of Kentucky and the Jim Walker Flute Experience beginning on Sunday and continuing through Wednesday.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
May 28, 1992
Christy Michal Sapp, a 1992 graduate of Campbellsville High School, has been awarded a $500 scholarship from the Kentucky Society of Certified Accountants.
Linda Cox, Estee Lauder representative at Floy's, attended a seminar in Nashville recently where she trained in the latest colors and products techniques.
Anita C. Thompson of Finley was a recent graduate at St. Catherine College in Springfield.
Maci Christie celebrated her first birthday with a party at McDonald's with friends.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
May 27, 1982
Efforts last Friday and Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning netted $13,523.62 from Taylor County residents to be donated to the annual WHAS Crusade for Children, according to Jimmy Cox, Campbellsville Fire Chief.
About 4 percent of the County's registered voters went to the polls Tuesday resulting in what county officials are calling the poorest turnout for a primary election in years.
Hugh Colvin was recently honored for 35 years service as city treasurer.
Owen Jefferies was dismissed Sunday from the Taylor County Hospital following major surgery.
Don and Margaret Cox announce the marriage of their daughter, Cindy to Eddie Lynn O'Banion, Route 3. The wedding will be Sunday, May 29, at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.
FORTY YEARS AGO
May 25, 1972
Twenty-two downtown Campbellsville stores are joining together in a Memorial Day weekend sale Friday night, according to Bill Walker, chairman of the Retail Merchants Association.
Two more cases of confirmed rabies, and one suspected case, were reported last week by veterinarian Dr. R.W. Needham.
Paula Phillips of Campbellsville graduated from Elizabethtown Community College Monday, May 15 with an associate degree in applied science in nursing.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
May 31, 1962
Four young Taylor County scholars have been awarded an $850 Eldridge A. Stewart Scholarship for the 1962-1963 school year, the Carnation Company Scholarship Foundation has just announced. They include Ruth Ann Larimore, Carol Diane Netherland, Keith Bost, and Barbara Carolyn Bost.
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Carter announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Sally June Carter to James Worth Braden of Birmingham, Ala.
Campbellsville Major John H. Pickett this week called the attention of property owners to the ordinance requiring that all lots within the city limits be kept free of weeds and bushes.