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Today's Features

  • Hanna Hall

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University's Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host Dr. George Herring, alumni professor of history emeritus at the University of Kentucky, speaking at a KHIPP symposium at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 23, entitled "Impacts of the Vietnam War - 50 Years Later."

  • The American Red Cross recently launched a first-of-its-kind Blood Donor App.

    The new app makes it easier and faster for users to find a nearby blood drive, schedule blood donations, track their total donations, get rewards and invite friends and family to join them by donating.

    The app is free and available for download through the App Store and Google Play.

  • The first ever Women's Small Business Summit will be Wednesday, Sept. 24, at Campbellsville Civic Center.

    The Women's Business Center of Kentucky will host the event, which will feature small business workshops, career counseling, special guest speakers, business lenders, a luncheon and networking opportunities.

    In partnership with local businesses, attendees will learn best practices and strategies from small business leaders across the state. Topics include marketing trends, data management tips, bookkeeping strategies, success stories and more.

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    Dana Michelle Hearon and Bobby Joe Newcomb of Lebanon announce their engagement.

    Hearon is the daughter of Tommy Hearon and Deborah Hearon of Campbellsville.

    She is a controller at Hatcher Dairy Cattle in Columbia.

    Newcomb is the son of Dinah Newcomb of Lebanon and the late Randall Newcomb.

    He is the owner and operator of Newcomb Courier and Newcomb Automotive.

  • Alyssa "Shea" Kearnes and Wesley Lee Jaggers of Campbellsville announce the birth of a daughter, Rori Rhea Jaggers, at 11:12 a.m. on Aug. 8 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.

    Grandparents are Keith and Lisa Kearnes and Teresa Newkirk of Campbellsville and Dennis Jaggers of Greensburg.

    Great-grandparents are Stanley and Emogene Bradshaw and Richard and Arvella Kearnes of Campbellsville.

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    TEN YEARS AGO

    Sept. 9, 2004

    A surprise retirement party was given for Thomas Matney and Eugene Matney on Saturday, July 31, at Green River Lake State Park.

    Tebbs Bend is becoming known for more than just its Civil War history. It's also the place to go for a 3-mile-long flea market.

    Jamie Ennis, a 1999 Campbellsville High School graduate, recently returned from a five-week study abroad in England.

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    Ayden Glover, a first-grader at Sebree Elementary School, participated in novice showmanship and market hog competition at the Kentucky State Fair. His parents are Josh and Lauren Blue Glover.

    His grandparents are Lindsay and Valerie Blue of Sebree and his great-grandparents are Nolan and Rita Underwood of Campbellsville and Betty Blue of Hanson.

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    Lane Glover, a second-grader at Sebree Elementary School, participated in the novice showmanship and market hog competition at the Kentucky State Fair. His parents are Josh and Lauren Blue Glover.

    His grandparents are Lindsay and Valerie Blue of Sebree and his great-grandparents are Nolan and Rita Underwood of Campbellsville and Betty Blue of Hanson.

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    TEN YEARS AGO

    Sept. 2, 2004

    Marsha Lynn White and Brian Nathan Black were married on Saturday, July 17, in an outdoor ceremony at the home of the bride's parents.

    Kristy Ann Gillock earned a Bachelor of Science degree in deaf and hard of hearing education and elementary education from Eastern Kentucky University on May 8.

    Trey and April Ball of Campbellsville announce the birth of a daughter, Madison Tayler, at 3:27 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon.

  • Mikayla Smith

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University's WLCU studios was back up and re-energized on Friday, Sept. 5, at Tigerville Grille.

    At 11:30 a.m., WLCU launched new programming schedules and revealed some of the new sounds associated with the broadcasts.

    On May 22, the WLCU radio and TV studio was struck by lightning.