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Milestones

  • White, Lyvers wed

     

    Angela Renee White and James Patrick Lyvers of Hodgenville were married on April 5 at Southern Grace and Charm Bed and Breakfast. Eric Bolin officiated.

    White is the daughter of Ralph and Eva White of Campbellsville. She is a teacher employed by the LaRue County Board of Education.

    Lyvers is the son of Larry and Theresa Lyvers of Bardstown. He is a sales manager for Johnan America.

  • Hash, Seaborne wed

     

    Allie Hash and Casey Seaborne of Campbellsville were married on May 9 at Cocoa Beach, Fla.

    Hash is the daughter of Anthony and Denise Hash of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Gowdy and Vienise Hash and J.C. and Juanita Shofner, all of Campbellsville, Ruth Schroerlucke of Mt. Sherman and the late John "Skip" Schroerlucke.

  • TRH names clinical staff member of the year

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized Clinical Services Team Member of the Year nominees and Glen Richardson received the award.

    Richardson, certified athletic trainer for TRH Rehab Services, began working at TRH on May 1, 2011, as the head trainer.

    This was said about Richardson, "With his many years of experience, he assisted in growing the program with doctors, coaches, therapists, students and parents. He currently provides services at Taylor County High School and participates in all home events and practices.

  • TRH names Support Services team member of the year

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized Support Services Team Member of the Year nominees and a team member of the year was awarded. Dawn Webster, who works in the business office, received the award.

    The following was written about Webster on a nomination form.

    "Dawn is a very valued person in our office. She is constantly our go to person when we have a question or problem with the computer system. I know we bother her a lot but she never acts like we do and is always there to help. Dawn is a pleasure to work with."

  • Blands honored with baby shower

     

    Chris and Tara DeWitt Bland, originally from Campbellsville but now living in Elizabethtown, were honored with a baby shower recently.

    They are expecting a son June 17.

  • Humphress, Harris to wed

     

    Keely Humphress and Bradley Harris of Campbellsville announce their engagement.

    Humphress is the daughter of Kristy Humphress. She is a 2012 Taylor County High School graduate and is employed at The Grandview nursing and rehabilitation center in Campbellsville.

    Harris is the son of David and Sharon Harris. He is a 2010 Campbellsville High School graduate and a 2014 graduate of Campbellsville University. He is employed at Kroger in Campbellsville.

  • Campbell, Smith to wed

     

    Laura Campbell of Greensburg and Levi Smith of Campbellsville announce their engagement.

    Campbell is the daughter of Leroy and Sharon Campbell of Greensburg.

    She is studying mechanical engineering at the University of Kentucky and is a lab assistant in the engineering department.

    Smith is the son of Destin and Marilyn Smith of Campbellsville.

    He studied industrial maintenance at Elizabethtown Community College and is employed in the maintenance department at TBMK in Lebanon.

  • I'm a Dam Runner results announced

     

    Clay Bowling and Belle Thomas were the first- and second-place finishers in Saturday's annual I'm a Dam Runner 5K run/walk, sponsored by Friends of Green River Lake in partnership with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. They also took home the first-place awards in their age categories.

  • Blessing of the Hands

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently hosted two Blessing of the Hands ceremonies for its employees.

    There won't be a community service this year.

  • Celebrating 100 years

     

    The Taylor County Cooperative Extension Office celebrated 100 years of Kentucky's Cooperative Extension Service with an open house on May 8.

    Attendees viewed a slideshow honoring past and present extension members and employees and learned about services the extension office offers through exhibits of local work.