More than 1,400 people gulped down 75 gallons of milk, 380 pounds of pancake mix and 476 pounds of sausage at Saturday’s pancake breakfast hosted by the Campbellsville and Taylor County Fire Department.
Rosemary Shoftner and Richard Schuhmann of Campbellsville exchanged wedding vows on March 30 in Kona, Hawaii.
Randall Phillips, former Taylor County Clerk, was recently appointed to the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals.
Fayth Wise celebrated her sixth birthday with her classmates at Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education.
The Taylor County Health Department will soon have a new home. Members of the Board of Health had an emergency meeting on Friday and agreed to buy 8.5 acres of land along the Campbellsville Bypass for $205,000.
Dana Caulk has been named the Taylor Regional Hospital Ambassador for March 2005.
Chris Brunelle will spend about a month recuperating from a suicide bomber attack that left one soldier dead and Brunelle and another solider burned. All three were in Iraq with the 623rd Field Artillery (Alpha Battery) based in Tompkinsville.
Darlene Humphress and the Central Kentucky News-Journal have been recognized with the American Cancer Society’s 2004 Media Award for Print Best Single Story for a rural market.
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Jessica Belcher, a senior at Campbellsville University, is the Central Kentucky News-Journal’s newest Journalism Scholars Program intern.
James Morgan Milby of Campbellsville has been selected to participate in the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. from Feb. 15 – 20.