• TRH hosts baby fair


    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a baby fair on Thursday, May 18, with informational booths for expecting women.

    Tours of the women's center were given and those who attended heard speakers discuss breastfeeding and obstetrics issues.

  • Taylor County Fair offers pageants for all ages

    This year's Taylor County Fair is offering pageants for those of all ages beginning Monday, June 4.

    All pageant contestants must pay $10 gate admission. Pre-registration will be accepted with a $30 entry fee by Thursday, May 31. However, registration will be available the day of the pageants for a $40 cash only entry fee.

    Pageants are open to any Kentucky resident.

    Pre-registration forms must be sent to Taylor County Fair Pageants, P.O. Box 269, Campbellsville, Ky., 42719.

  • Taylor County Fair horse shows are June 2

    The Taylor County Fair offers rides, competitions, food, fellowship and much more. But for those looking to strut their horses, this year's annual horse competitions will be Saturday, June 2.

    Admission to the shows is $5. For more information about the shows, contact Anna Johns, show manager, at 465-6797 or visit www.taylorcountyfair.org.

    Youth Horse Show

    The Taylor County Youth Horse Show is for children of all ages.

  • "I'm a Dam Runner"


    The Friends of Green River Lake group hosted its second annual "I'm a Dam Runner" 5K walk/run on Saturday, May 12.

    Nearly 220 people participated in 13 different male and female age groups.


    Female Categories

    Ages 1 to 14          Clair Keller

    Ages 15 to 19        Amarah Reed

    Ages 20 to 24        Lauren Cox

  • Taylor County Fair dairy, beef, youth shows are June 2

    Though the rides won't begin until two days later, the Taylor County Fair opens on Saturday, June 2, with the annual beef, dairy and youth shows.

    The Taylor County Fair Open Dairy Show and Open Youth Show will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 2, at the Taylor County Fairgrounds.

    Supreme senior champion will receive $300. Supreme junior champion will receive $200.

    Breeds competing will be Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein and Jersey, red and white.

  • Police present identity theft class


    Campbellsville Police Capt. Pat Thompson presents an identity theft class at Taylor County Bank on Tuesday, May 8.

    Thompson said she has investigated several attempted identity thefts in Taylor County and encourages residents to never give out their personal information to someone on the phone.

    She said residents should question a person who says they must send money to claim a prize and warned those who attended about attempted scams via text message.

  • July Fourth celebration booth rentals now available

    Booth rentals are now available for the annual Campbellsville/Taylor County Fourth of July Celebration.

    Booths will be 10x12 and setup will be from 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4.

    Exhibitors can also set up at Miller Park for the annual fireworks show from 5 to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4. To set up at Miller Park, there is an additional $50 fee. Vendors must have set up a booth on Main Street to set up at Miller Park.

  • County to help residents find lost 'treasure'

    Calen McKinney


    The date is set for the county to help residents find "lost" money.

    At Taylor County Fiscal Court's March meeting, magistrates voted to participate in Kentucky State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach's unclaimed property Treasure Finders program.

  • Anti-drug coalition, law enforcement host drug drop off


    Campbellsville/Taylor County Anti-Drug Coalition partnered with local law enforcement and the DEA on Saturday, April 28, to host a drug drop off for those wanting to safely dispose of unwanted prescription medications.

  • CU Theater presents "Red"


    Campbellsville University Theater presented "Red" on April 26-28.

    "Red" is about a master abstract expressionist, Mark Rothko, who has just landed the biggest commission in the history of modern art, a series of murals for New York's famed Four Seasons Restaurant.

    In the two years that follow, Rothko works feverishly with his young assistant, Ken, in his studio on the Bowery.