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Today's Features

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    Kentucky Classic Theatre will present "Guys and Dolls" in Russ Mobley Theater at Campbellsville University on July 31 through Aug. 2 at 7:30 p.m.

    The show features local and professional actors/singers, as well as a live orchestra.

  • Smoke-Free Kentucky is going on a road trip and will be making stops across the state on the way to the annual Fancy Farm Picnic.

    A special Smoke-Free Kentucky van will be decked out and crossing the commonwealth through Saturday.

    The bus will be in Campbellsville today, Thursday, July 31, at 11 a.m. on East Main Street.

    Smoke-Free Kentucky officials will work toward making 2015 the year to pass a comprehensive, smoke-free workplace law.

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    More than 7,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members, advisers, alumni and guests from across the country gathered in San Antonio, Texas recently for the 2014 National Leadership Conference. The conference is based on the student-originated theme "SOAR." Cheyenne Milby, a graduating senior at Campbellsville High School, was among the members and took part in STAR Event Competitions at the conference. She was accompanied by her adviser, Deanna Campbell.

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    Happy cows make good cheese, he said. And he should know.

    Kenny Mattingly's family has owned a dairy farm since the 1970s. In 1998, they began to make cheese. And now, Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese, located in Barren County, produces 14,000 pounds of about 30 varieties of cheeses each month. About 12,000 pounds is sold each month to grocery stores, restaurants, farmers' markets and individuals via the Internet.

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    Jaden Huddleston, 9, grew this 9-pound cabbage with the help of his grandfather, Coy Sluder.

    Huddleston received the cabbage plant in Beverley McQueary's third grade class at Taylor County Elementary School.

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    Troy Watson of Campbellsville donated two 10-inch braids of hair recently to Locks of Love at Great Clips.

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    Jason Miller, president of the Taylor County Cattlemen's Association, recently presented Taylor County Relay for Life co-chair Sheila Hayes with a $1,000 check.

    All proceeds from the cattlemen's sale of ribeye sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and drinks at Relay for Life on June 13 went to the local Relay drive.

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    TEN YEARS AGO

    July 22, 2004

    Green River Memorial Baptist Church's youth group recently took a mission trip to Atlanta, Ga., where they worked with the "Church on the Street," one of the largest homeless missions in the southeast United States.

    DeWayne Preston Frazier and Tonya Michelle Tucker, both of Campbellsville, graduated from University of Louisville in May.

    Hazel Parrott, 76, of Grandview Drive in Campbellsville, died on Monday, July 19, 2004, in Elizabethtown.

  • The results of Campbellsville Kiwanis Club's first Donut Dash have been released.

    The club hosted the dash last Saturday to raise money for its Coats for Kids program, which provides coats for children who might be unable to afford them. The fundraiser raised $2,097.

    For every donut eaten during the race, two minutes were subtracted from the participant's final time.

    Terry Holmes was the overall winner and was named the Donut Dash champion.

    Winners of the dash, which was a 5K run or 1-mile walk, are as follows.

    Walkers:

  • Winners of the annual Orthydone photo contest, hosted for the Fourth of July holiday, were recently announced.

    In the Taylor County faces category, first place went to Judy Gwinn, Larry Smith took home second and Connie Shuffett was the third-place winner.

    In the Taylor County children, Krista Kessler took home the top prize. Emily Cook was second and Krista Kessler was third.

    In the Taylor County hands category, Paula Bishop was the first-place winner. Gwinn took home second-place honors and David Cook was third.