Early Days

  • Early Days for 11-3



    Nov. 1, 2001

    Gladys McKinley's five children and their spouses surprised her with a dinner party at Creek Side Restaurant in honor of her 90th birthday.

    Charles "Hoover" Weatherford, 68 of Elk Horn Road in Campbellsville, died Thursday, Oct. 25, 2001, in Campbellsville.

    Price Grocery won a four-day cruise to the Bahamas through a promotion conducted by Greensburg Bottling Co. and Double Cola USA and in conjunction with caffeine free Ski.

  • Early Days for 10-27

    Oct. 25, 2001

    Mac Ronald Sullivan, 59, of Wise Road in Campbellsville died Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 at Taylor County Hospital in Campbellsville after an illness.
    Hattie Lee Brown and B.J. Brown Jr., both of Campbellsville, are the newest members of the Tom Joyner Foundation Black College Endowment Patrons Fund.
    Kaleb Compton, a fifth-grader at Campbellsville Middle School, was honored for his bravery during a fire at his home in January.

    Oct. 24, 1991

  • Early Days for 10-20



    Oct. 18, 2001

    Clinton Mardis, 62, of Clark Road in Campbellsville died Thursday, Oct. 11, 2001, in Campbellsville.

    Shelby Bradley will celebrate her fifth birthday on Oct. 25.

    The new Movie Gallery location at 340 Campbellsville Bypass will make its debut on Friday, Oct. 19, with Chris McMillan premiering as the new store manager backed by a cast of associates and directed by district manager, Cindy Akemon.

  • Early Days for Oct. 13



    Oct. 11, 2001

    Campbellsville University declared that "The Joy is in the Journey" as it celebrated its homecoming over the weekend.

    Woodlawn Christian Church will host a "Harvest Carnival" for children on Wednesday, Oct. 31, as an alternative to other Halloween activities.

    The Rev. Bluford Davis, 70, of Country View Drive in Campbellsville, died Saturday, Oct. 6, at Taylor County Hospital in Campbellsville after an illness.

  • Early Days for Oct. 6


    Oct. 4, 2001

    Star Light Homemakers Club met for its September meeting at the home of Clem and Yvette Haskins with 13 members and three visitors present.

    Snake Pit Family and Friends hosted a "Freedom Ride" for motorcyclists of the community on Saturday, Sept. 29.

    Ernest R. Harmon, 87, of Rosecrest Drive in Campbellsville died on Sunday, Sept. 30 in Campbellsville.

  • Early Days for Sept. 29



    Sept. 27, 2001

    Richard and Diane Bland of Campbellsville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christie Lynn Bland, to Bradley Daniel Metcalf, son of Don and Edna Metcalf of New Haven.

    Ophilia McDonald will turn 91 on Monday.

    The Taylor County Marching Cardinals brought home their third and fourth distinguished ratings of the season on Saturday after competing both at Russellville and Bowling Green.

  • Early Days for Sept. 22

    Ten Years Ago

    September 20, 2001

    On Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, terror ripped open the American soul and brought sadness into its hearts. It will forever be remembered as a day when the madness of so few consumed the lives of so many.

  • Early Days for Sept. 15

    Ten Years Ago

    September 13, 2001

    The only fall festival in the world to offer "cow cola" milked from a life-size fiberglass Holstein gets under way in Greensburg this weekend at Cow Days.

    Richard Simpson recently retired from the Kentucky State Police.

    Taylor County High School's girls' team and the Green County boys' squad captured Heartland Athletic Conference Golf Tournament team titles this Monday afternoon at Pinewood Country Club in Columbia.

  • Early Days

    TEN YEARS AGO, Sept. 6, 2001

    Emily Redman, who lives in St. Petersburg, Fla., was "home" this past weekend for the 12th Durham High Reunion festivities.

    Noble and Frances Roberts of Shelbyville recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on a cruise along the Danube and Rhine rivers from Vienna, Austria to Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    Ashley Magers was honored with a bridal shower on July 29 in the Fireside Room of Campbellsville Baptist Church.

  • Early Days


    August 30, 2001

    Taylor County Fiscal Court now officially owns the former Hall brothers' farm off KY 55, between Campbellsville and Columbia. The 185 acres that the Nature Conservancy helped Fiscal Court buy is called the Tebbs Bend Nature and Recreation area and includes the Civil War battlefield at Tebbs Bend and the old tollhouse.

    Bobby and Geneva Durham will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 9 at a reception hosted by their children.