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Today's Features

  • Fannie Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church will host the Louisville-Lexington District Conference on April 17-19.

    "We are overly excited about hosting this historic event in our church," stated Delmetria Cayson Combs, pastor.

    The community is invited to be a part of the Communion Worship Service on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m.

    "Please come worship with us, commune with us and enjoy the preached word of God that will be brought to us by our elected leader, Bishop E. Lynn Brown," Cayson Combs said.

  • The annual Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire Department pancake breakfast will be Saturday, April 26.

    Advance tickets are on sale for $4 at the fire station or from a firefighter. Tickets at the door will be $4.50.

    The breakfast will begin at 5 a.m. and end at noon.

    For more information, contact the fire department at 465-4131.

  • Acton Baptist Church will host a public auction and dinner to benefit Relay for Life on Friday, April 18 at 6 p.m.

    All proceeds collected will go toward Relay for Life.

    Items to be auctioned include handmade quilts, crafts, candles, tools, cakes, pies, gift certificates, oil changes, dinners, country ham and more.

    The dinner will include pinto beans and cornbread, chilidogs, drinks and desserts.

    Entertainment will be provided by children.

    The church is located at 250 Wooleyville Road in Acton.

  • Taylor County Relay for Life will have a community fundraising event Friday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in the Taylor County High School gymnasium.

    "Taylor's Got Talent" will feature performances, a silent auction and several Relay teams with booths selling items.

    Doors will open at 6 p.m.

  • "The Squishiness of Things," an adaptation of the play by Mark Kompaneyets, will be presented at Campbellsville University on Friday, April 18 in the University Theater.

    The children's play, which is a comedy, will be performed at 6:30 with general admission at $2.50.

    The play is directed by Starr Garrett, who is an instructor in theater and director of the theater program.

  • Amaya Pearl Anguiano, born March 27, is the daughter of Alissia Chastain and Joey Anguiano of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Holly Newton and Miguel Guillen, both of Campbellsville, and Angela Anguiano of Greensburg. Great-grandparents are Patricia Walton and Danni and Faye Newton, all of Campbellsville.

  • A Bible lesson with a dash of games and a whole lot of fun are the perfect ingredients for South Campbellsville Baptist Church's new recipe for children's ministry.

    Each Sunday night, children ranging from pre-school through elementary age are given the opportunity to worship in their own way through Bible lessons, games relevant to the study and, often times, a craft or project.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Druin and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hodges, all of Greensburg, announce the engagement of their children, Erin Lynn Druin and William Bradley Thomas Hodges.

    Druin is the granddaughter of Wade A. Lile of Irvington, Ky., Radine Lile of Greensburg and the late Robert and Nancy Druin.

    She is a 2006 graduate of the University of Kentucky and is currently enrolled as a nursing student at Eastern Kentucky University.

    Hodges is the grandson of the late Howard and Mayme Hodges and W.O. and Alma Penick.

  • Fannie Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church will host the Louisville-Lexington District Conference on April 17-19.

    "We are overly excited about hosting this historic event in our church," stated Delmetria Cayson Combs, pastor.

    The community is invited to be a part of the Communion Worship Service on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m.

    "Please come worship with us, commune with us and enjoy the preached word of God that will be brought to us by our elected leader, Bishop E. Lynn Brown," Cayson Combs said.

  • Campbellsville Lions Club presented a check for $500 in March to Green River Ministries for its shelter. Pictured are Bill Henderson, Lions Club president; Misty Curry of Green River Ministries; and Sarah Hubbard, Lions Club treasurer.