• Taylor County Bank ranked in top 15th percentile of community banks

    Taylor County Bank is among the best community banks, affording to a recent report.

    Seifried & Brew, a community bank risk management firm, named Taylor County Bank in its "Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks" report. To gain entry, banks must demonstrate exemplary performance of balancing risk and reward based on the bank's total risk/return composite ranking.

  • CVC celebrates fair housing law

    Marking the 43rd anniversary of the signing of the National Fair Housing Law, Kevin R. Smith, president and CEO of Community Ventures Corp., asked all seven regions of the state to recognize April as Fair Housing Month.

    "Fair housing isn't a choice. It's the law," Smith said. "I urge all Kentuckians, homebuyers, renters, landlords and lenders to learn about their rights and responsibilities."

  • Paladin Investigations/K.R.S. Private Investigations

    Opened in March, Private Investigators actually houses two businesses - Campbellsville native Greg Gribbins' Paladin Investigations and Michael Mann's K.R.S. Private Investigations. Gribbins and Mann are state-licensed private investigators.

  • CRP signup ends April 15

    General signup for the Conservation Reserve Program ends April 15. During this signup period, farmers and ranchers may offer eligible land through the local Farm Service Agency county office.

  • USDA offers assistance to producers of honeybees, livestock and farm-raised fish

    More than $8 million in disaster assistance will be issued starting immediately to livestock, honeybee and farm-raised fish producers that suffered losses in 2010 because of disease, bad weather or other conditions.

    The aid will come from the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program.

  • CVC awarded $65,695 grant from Bank of America

    In an effort to find new ways to help struggling small and startup businesses in the region, Community Ventures Corp. is working with Bank of America to tap unused federal funds.

    CVC recently announced it has received a $65,695 grant from Bank of America for use as loan loss reserves required by federal microloan programs to access $771,300 in loan capital that is then used to make small-sized loans to local businesses. 

  • Three doctors are the newest CKNJ bloggers

    A group of three Campbellsville doctors will be authors of the newest blog on the Central Kentucky News-Journal website www.cknj.com.

    Drs. Steve Baum, Michael Hesson and Muhammad Atif Khan are all with UofL Pediatrics-Campbellsville. They will take turns posting timely blogs about children's health issues they believe parents will find informative.

  • Bluegrass Cellular supports Japan relief effort

    Bluegrass Cellular is offering customers a way to donate to the ongoing relief efforts in Japan, stemming from the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck the country on March 11. Donations will support two charities, Save the Children and ACF International.

  • Souled Out lawn service now open


    After Terrance Bell, Matt Bradshaw and Donovan Pittman attended the Young Adult Chrysalis walk, they prayed for a way to give back to the community. They obtained zero-turn mowers and other equipment and are available to mow, trim weeds and shrubs, pressure wash, clean out clogged gutters, landscaping and any other yard work residents may need.

    Fifteen percent of their proceeds will go towards sponsoring individuals for the Young Adult Chrysalis walk so they will have an opportunity to experience God's grace and a weekend praising the Lord.

  • Richardson joins Davina's


    Teri Richardson has joined the Davina's Plaza Salon staff. Richardson specializes in women's cuts, all-over color, perms, highlights and roller sets. Davina's is open 9-5 daily and later by appointment.