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Milestones

  • Sowders Kids Corner

    Trace Michael Sowders, born Oct. 21, 2008, is the son of Rebecca Newton and Chris Sowders. His grandparents are Michael and Linda Newton of Campbellsville and James and Joyce Sowders of Louisville. Great-grandparent is Doris Jean Newton of Campbellsville. He also has a big sister, Kelcey Sowders.

  • Rotary Club presents Boy Scout Troop 154 with check

    Campbellsville Rotary Club recently presented Boy Scout Troop 154 with a check for $500. Pictured are, from left, Gary Smith and Mike Smith, leaders of Troop 154, and Joe Walters, president of the Rotary Club. The Campbellsville Rotary Club continues to support the community through giving, providing scholarships, community beautification projects and hearing aids.

  • Underwood donates to Locks of Love

    Kacie Renae Underwood, 7, recently donated two 10-inch ponytails to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is a nonprofit organization that provides donated hair to children with medical hair loss. Underwood is the daughter of Brett and Robin Underwood. Her grandparents are Mary Ann Underwood, James "Pug" Settles and the late Charles Underwood and Sandra Settles.

  • Cave represents Jessamine County in Kentucky Junior Miss

    Meredith Leigh Cave represented Jessamine County in the Kentucky Junior Miss program over the weekend. A senior at Lexington Christian Academy, she is the daughter of Stan and Carol Cave, formerly of Campbellsville. Cave performed a vocal solo - "Diva's Lament" by John Du Prez - as her talent presentation. Her grandparents are Sonny and Lula Mae Cave and Bill and Betty McGuffey, all of Campbellsville.

  • 'What's Cooking Neighbor?'

    Girl Scout Troop 1726 members recently taped an episode of the "What's Cooking Neighbor Show" with Ed McGuire featuring recipes containing Girl Scout Cookies. Pictured are, from left, front: Molly Sullivan and Megan Januski. Back: Mallory Haley, Ivy Neal and Shandi Russell.

  • Birth Announcements

    Patrick and Jamie Elmore of Shepherdsville announce the birth of twin daughters, Audrey Brianne and Madison Elaine, on Friday, Oct. 31 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. Audrey, born at 6:39 p.m., weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 inches long. Madison, born at 6:47 p.m., weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long.

    Grandparents are William and Jeanette Elmore of Campbellsville and J.C. and Judy Mings of Brooks, Ky.

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  • Elmore Kids Corner

    Audrey Brianne and Madison Elaine are the twin daughters of Patrick and Jamie Elmore of Shepherdsville. They were born on Friday, Oct. 31 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. Audrey, left, born at 6:39 p.m., weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 inches long. Madison, right, born at 6:47 p.m., weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are William and Jeanette Elmore of Campbellsville and J.C. and Judy Mings of Brooks, Ky.

  • Girl Scout cookies are safe

    Little Brownie Bakers, which is based in Louisville and supplies Girl Scout Cookies to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, wants to let the public know that its cookies are safe.

    The company stated on its Web site, "The peanut butter used in all Little Brownie Bakers Girl Scout cookie products is not sourced from the supplier involved in the current peanut butter recall ... PCA (Peanut Corp. of America) does not supply peanut butter used in the company's Tagalongs or Do-si-dos branded Girl Scout cookies." 

  • Osborne misses not a single day in 2008

    Raymond Osborne, a client at Campbellsville Active Day Center, attended every day the center was open in 2008. Of the 32 people the center serves, Osborne is the only one to come every day.

  • Vision Riders donate to food pantry

    The Vision Riders chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association hosted its Polar Bear Run in Campbellsville on Jan. 1.

    Money and canned goods valued at $750 were donated to Green, Taylor and Marion County food banks.

    The 32-degree temperature did not deter the 57 riders who participated. The ride started at Campbellsville Baptist Church and was about 15 miles in length.

    After braving the extreme elements, the riders were treated to homemade chili, vegetable soup and desserts provided by the ladies of the chapter.