Starting a new century of news

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By The Staff

Today's newspaper is an important one. In case you didn't happen to notice it, a tiny number - located on the top left of the front page - changed today.

Monday's News-Journal issue was numbered "Vol. 99, Issue 104." Today's issue is "Vol. 100, Issue 1."

That means we are beginning our second century of covering news and events in Taylor County.

While the names and faces of staff members have changed over the past century, the premise has not.

At the Central Kentucky News-Journal, our purpose is to provide complete and accurate coverage of Campbellsville and Taylor County. Our view is that the News-Journal is your newspaper.

We want to know about your organization's events, your family's special occasions, your business news and other important happenings in your life and in the life of the community.

The News-Journal also has a website, which can be accessed at www.cknj.com. The site is updated at least twice each week along with breaking news items as they happen.

We hope you have enjoyed the series of 10 special sections recounting the past 100 years of news in Taylor County. If you missed it, we still have some copies available.

And thank you, Taylor County, for letting us chronicle the history of your lives.