U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, helped Campbellsville University officials Tuesday as they officially dedicated a $2.5 million Technology Training center. McConnell, who was instrumental in securing funding for the facility, served as keynote speaker for the ceremony.
Temple Blakeman Kirtley, 85, of Sharon Drive in Campbellsville, Ky., died on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2002, in Campbellsville.
Former professional basketball player and college basketball coach Clem Haskins, who is a Campbellsville resident, signed copies of his book "Clem Haskins: Breaking Barriers," at Walmart in October 1997.
The Campbellsville Cokes were the 1958 Bluegrass League champions. They were, from left, front, sponsor Mrs. Bernice Hancock, Luke Marple, W.D. Wolford, Buster Allen, James Thompson, Jerry Williams and sponsor Charles Stiles. Back, Roland Fowler, manager Romulus Gibson, Johnny Pierce, Eddie Claycomb, Bobby Webster and Lanny Parrott.
At 1986's July Fourth events, from left, Jason Scott Jones was named Little Mister Independence, Misty Lynn Cable was Little Miss Independence for ages 8 to 12 and Beth Miller Coppock was the winner for ages 4 to 7.