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Today's Features

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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.

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    Two students with Campbellsville ties recently took home awards at the Kentucky State Fair.

    Aubrey Blue, at left, a 2011 graduate of Webster County High School and a senior at the University of Kentucky, and Christian Blue, a 2013 WCHS graduate and a sophomore at Madisonville Community College, are the children of Lindsay and Valerie Blue of Sebree and the grandchildren of Nolan and Rita Underwood of Campbellsville and Betty Blue of Hanson.

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    Nora Hazel Wade celebrated her 100th birthday with staff and residents at The Grandview on Aug. 25.

    Her daughters Barbara Bowen, Marie Cox and Nellie Mardis attended the celebration. Grandview staff members provided cake, punch and flowers.

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    Four generations of a local family recently gathered for a photo.

    Pictured are great-grandmother Martha Sapp Kessinger, grandfather Douglas Wayne Sapp, father Joshua Ira Sapp and his children Kyler Douglas Sapp and Bailey Reece Sapp.

  • Varicose veins affect half of the people older than 50 and can start earlier, for example, following pregnancy in women.

    People might notice darkened leg veins first as a cosmetic nuisance, a reason not to wear shorts. But for some people, varicose veins and related conditions can lead to significant leg pain, swelling and difficulty sleeping, along with more serious complications such as wounds, ulcers and dangerous blood clots.

  • Taylor County Public Library offers free computer classes each month.

    A basic computers class is taught at 10 a.m. on the first Tuesday of each month.

    A computer club for seniors meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.

    And on the third Thursday each month, specific social media and software classes are taught at 2 p.m. Classes include Facebook, Pinterest, Microsoft Publisher and more.

    No registration is required to attend.

    The library also offers appointments to those who need help with their e-reader devices.