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Today's Features

  • Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the Heart of Kentucky Farm, Home & Garden Show in downtown Lebanon is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.

    The show will feature more than 80 exhibitors representing landscaping and nurseries, agriculture, livestock and farm equipment, cedar furniture, yard furniture, outdoor storage buildings, herb products, bird houses, handmade painted stained glass, a variety of arts and crafts, free trees, inside and outside home use products and Kentucky Proud products.

  • Kaviar Forge & Gallery in Louisville is hosting its second exhibition of artwork created by people who live or work in Kentucky.

    Organizers say they are interested in all media and want to hear from all artists, not just professionals. The last exhibit was limited to just the Cifton and Cresenthill neighborhoods, this time the exhibit is open to the entire state.

  • Taylor County community leaders, governmental officials and managers of non-profit organizations are invited to attend a seminar on grant writing and funding resource identification set for Thursday, April 10 at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

  • Myra Langley of Glasgow and Dominitius Mattingly of Nashville, Tenn. will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, April 12.

    Langley is the daughter of Douglas and Jean Allen of Campbellsville.

    She is a 1995 graduate of Lindsey Wilson College and is employed by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services as a social service clinician.

    Mattingly is the son of George and Phyllis Mattingly of Campbellsville.

    He is a 1992 graduate of Campbellsville University and is employed by the William Wright Co. as a senior planner.

  • Jennifer Carter and David Harmon of Campbellsville announce the birth of a daughter, Cheyanne Rose Harmon, at 12:31 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon. She weighed 11 pounds, 5 3/4 ounces and was 21 1/2 inches long.

    Grandparents are Larry and Lettie Harmon of Greensburg, Lois Carter of Campbellsville and the late Robert Carter.

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  • Amanda Gayle Taylor and Michael Wayne Hayes, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, April 19.

    Taylor is the daughter of Mary Reardon of Lebanon and Johnny and Arlene Reardon of Perryville. Her grandparents are Welby and Marie Newton and Thomas and Irene Reardon, all of Lebanon.

    Hayes is the son of Ronnie and Debbie Hayes of Campbellsville. His grandparents are Cliff and Shirley Sturtivan and Sam and Lois Hayes, all of Campbellsville.

  • Douglas and Debbie Haddox of Ruston, La. announce the engagement of their daughter, Holly Lynn Haddox, to Chase Weston Coyle of Louisville, Ky.

    Haddox is the granddaughter of Carroll Jones and Grace Haddox, both of Ruston, and the late Dorothy Jones and Albert Byron Haddox.

    She is a 1999 graduate of Cedar Creek High School and a 2003 graduate of Louisiana Tech University. She earned her master's in business administration in 2004. Haddox is employed by Astellas Pharma, U.S.

  • Edwin "Ebb" and Geraldine Arnold of Casey Creek will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday.

    The Arnolds were married on April 5, 1958, in LaFayette, Ga.

    A reception, hosted by their children and grandchildren, will be given in their honor from 3 to 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 6 at Plum Point Baptist Church, located on KY 551 (Knifley Road) in Columbia.

    All family and friends are invited to attend. They request no gifts. However, cards are welcome.

  • Jamie Glenn Walker and Brent Michael Vernon, both of Williamsburg, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, April 12.

    Walker is the daughter of Roy and Nancy Walker of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Mildred Walker of Campbellsville and the late Glen "Brother" Walker, Ruth Walker and Russell and Eva Haydon.

  • This year's Clean Taylor County event ends Friday.

    Unwanted items will be collected at the paved rear parking lot off West Main Street at the former Fruit of the Loom building. Signs will be posted.

    Items will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    The service is free to Taylor County residents and is sponsored by Taylor Fiscal Court. Those who participate must show a valid driver's license before they can dispose of their items.

    Items must be separated and easily accessed for unloading. No enclosed trucks or trailers will be allowed.