• CHS Class of 1963 has reunion


    Campbellsville High School Class of 1963 had its 50th reunion on July 6 at the Community Center.

    Those attending were, front, from left, Jane Ratcliff Noe, Carla Netherland Hodges, Joyce Ann Colvin, Mary Hogue Osborne, Nora Compton Wilkins and Judy Poore.

    Second row, Carolyn Karnes Anderson, Pat Clark Tucker, Donabeth Doyle, Marilyn Wagster, Betty Sue Newton Schuhmann, Beverly Thompson Elzy and Jan Hedgespeth Sapp.

  • Birth Announcements for August 1

    Marcela Bianca and Jason Scott Anderson of Campbellsville announce the birth of a daughter, Sofia Raven Anderson, at 7:53 p.m. on July 9 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon. She weighed 7 pounds, 4.5 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Samuel Anderson of Leitchfield, Theresa Wilard of Campbellsville, Humberto Renteria of Cali, Colombia, in South America, and Teresa F. Renteria of Tampa, Fla.

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  • Hutchinses celebrate 50th wedding anniversary


    Delynn M. and Alyce C. Hutchins of Campbellsville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Woodlawn Christian Church on July 14 with family and friends.

    Sharon Levesque Hutchins and Deidra Jeffries Hutchins, the couples' daughters-in-law, prepared food.

    The Hutchinses were married July 18, 1963. They have three sons, Dee M. Hutchins and Charles C. Hutchins of Hodgenville and Rob C. Hutchins of Fisherville. They also have nine grandchildren.

  • Turpin, Thacker to wed


    McCall Turpin of Campbellsville and Joseph Thacker of Lexington announce their engagement.

    Turpin is the daughter of Joey and Sheri Turpin of Campbellsville. She is the granddaughter of Louese Russell and Nancy Turpin of Campbellsville.

    Turpin gradated from Taylor County High School in 2010 and is pursuing a degree in integrated strategic communications at University of Kentucky and is an intern with UK athletics.

  • Corbins to celebrate 50th anniversary


    Richard and Mary Lou Corbin of Campbellsville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 4.

    Their children will host a celebration in their honor at 3555 Old Columbia Road from 2 to 4 p.m.

    All friends and family are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts.

  • SPCA helps transport animals out of state


    Taylor County SPCA is working with Pointer Rescue Organization to transport local animals to out-of-state rescue groups.

    According to the local SPCA group, pilots give of their time and money to transport the animals via plane to destinations that would be difficult to travel to on land.

    Taylor County's SPCA group has helped move more than 40 animals from the Taylor County Animal Shelter to rescue groups in the past months.

    Rescue organizations in Kentucky and other states contact the SPCA to arrange transports.

  • TRH recognizes new employees


    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized new team members for their first 90 days of service with a breakfast in their honor.

  • Mattingly celebrates 90th birthday


    Bernard A. Mattingly of Lebanon recently celebrated his 90th birthday with family at his home.

    Attending were his sons and daughters.

    Front, from left, are his daughters Fay Beach of Lebanon and Anita Smith of Bardstown.

    Middle, son George Mattingly of Lebanon, daughter Kay DeMurray of Campbellsville, wife Lena Mae Mattingly, Mattingly and son Steven Mattingly.

    Back, sons Wayne Mattingly, Leonard Mattingly, Donald Mattingly and Bernard Mattingly, all of Lebanon.

    Not pictured is son Thomas Mattingly of Lebanon.

  • Greensburg church has new pastor


    Greensburg Church of the Nazarene in Greensburg recently announced that the Rev. Richard D. Morgan is its new pastor.

    Morgan's first Sunday at the church was June 16. Church members hosted a housewarming night on June 23.

    In their 40-year ministry, Morgan and his wife, Beth, have served at churches in Kentucky and in Florida.

    Morgan was saved at the age of 28 at Lafayette Church of the Nazarene in Lexington, where he became youth minister and janitor.

  • TRH achieves Stage 6 recognition


    Taylor Regional Hospital was recently recognized as a Stage 6 Hospital.

    Stage 6 refers to the electronic medical record adoption model developed by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society in 2005.

    The model is used to evaluate the effectiveness of EMR systems in hospitals throughout the country.

    TRH is one of only two hospitals with fewer than 100 beds in the state and one of only six in the state to have met this designation.