Today's Features

  • Cassandra Gardner and Corey Wilson were honored with a wedding shower at Living Grace Church on Sunday, Sept. 28. Pictured are, from left, Tina Speller, the groom's aunt; Myrna Martin, the groom's paternal grandmother; Lisa Janes, the groom's aunt; Emma Frances Bean, the groom's paternal great-grandmother; Corey and Cassandra; Shannon Bishop, Annette Givens, the groom's mother; and Anita Gardner, the bride's mother. The couple were married on Oct. 3.

  • Brittany Salmon of Campbellsville was the winner of the 2008 Miss Teen Clay County Fair. She competed in casual and formal wear and interview. Salmon also won overall introduction. She received several gifts including cash prizes. Salmon will advance to the 2008 Kentucky State Teen Pageant this month in Louisville. She is the daughter of Kristie and Jonathan Hunt and the late Billy Salmon.

  • Nancy Ruth Salyers of Campbellsville and Stanley Lee Tennill of Springfield will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Oct. 25.

    Salyers is the daughter of Cora Steakley of La Follette, Tenn., and the late Jack Steakley.

    She is a payroll administrator for Saver Group Inc. of Campbellsville.

    Tennill is the son of Pete and Katherine Tennill of Springfield.

    He is a store manager for Saver Group Inc. in Springfield.

    The wedding ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. at South Campbellsville Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the church's fellowship hall.

  • Tiger Cubs, Den 1, of Pack 777 Cub Scouts took their first "Go See It" trip to the new Taylor County Detention Center. Pictured are, from left, Hunter Miller, Jake McGowen, Cody Osborne, Gage Green, John Roby, Blake Nelson, Michael Todd and David Leathers.

  • Lori Lynne Vance of Rogersville, Tenn., founder of Joy Ministries, will be the speaker at Campbellsville University's chapel series Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Ransdell Chapel.

    She will be presenting "Fighting for the Right to Live - Partial-Birth Abortion" at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend.

    Vance is a 1983 graduate of Sparrows Point High School. She is also a 2002 graduate of the Vocational Nursing Program at Wilson College.

  • Lindsey Wilson College will host two events this week that highlight the importance of civic engagement and civil rights.

    On Tuesday, Oct. 7, Kentucky civil rights veteran Ira Grupper will discuss "The Struggle for Civil Rights, Peace and Justice." Grupper will speak at 5 p.m. ET in W.W. Slider Humanities Center, followed by a dinner in the college's Roberta D. Cranmer Dining & Conference Center. Grupper's talk is part of the college's Civic Engagement Series.

  • Children need proper nutrients to grow strong and healthy, but treats and serving sizes also need to be limited so that children will not develop weight and health problems.

    An upcoming class at Taylor Regional Hospital will assist caregivers in learning principles of good nutrition and how to involve children in food preparation. Healthy snacks will be prepared and served during class.

  • Ruth Gibson Ford is presented with a certificate for 94 years of membership on Aug. 24 at First United Methodist Church. Dr. Ted Beam, pastor, made the presentation. Ford will be 100 years old on Nov. 24.

  • Jones Chapel United Methodist Church in Adair County will host revival services Oct. 19-22 nightly at 7:30 ET.

    Aaron and Amanda Crabb will be the evangelists. Special singing by the Crabbs is planned for each night.

    The church is located on Jones Chapel Road in Adair County. The community is welcome.

    For more information or directions, call the Rev. Ronnie Dooley at 789-7565.

  • Raikes Hill Baptist Church will host Vacation Bible School from Monday, Oct. 6 through Wednesday, Oct. 8.

    Classes will be from 6 to 8 each evening.

    For more information, call 469-9279.