• Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville re-launched

    Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville has been re-launched, according to The Mumford Co., a real estate brokerage firm that represented Ahlan Wasahlan Hospitality in the sale of the Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville to R&R Hospitality.

  • Amedisys offering personal emergency response systems for its home care patients

    Amedisys Home Health Care of Campbellsville, a part of Amedisys Inc., a leading home health care and hospice services company, has announced that it is providing personal emergency response systems for its home care patients.
    The PERS devices will be provided free while the patient is under Amedisys care. Upon discharge from the Amedisys home care services, the patient will have the opportunity to continue the service by paying a market-rate fee directly to the service provider.

  • TRH hosts "topping off" ceremony for surgical center

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently reached a milestone in the construction of its surgical center addition by completing the steel structure portion of the new facility.

    To commemorate reaching this milestone, Wehr Constructors, general contractor for the project, hosted an official "topping off" ceremony on Friday, Sept. 16, at the site of the new building.

  • Bennett opens new law practice

    Bryan E. Bennett PSC has opened a new practice in downtown Campbellsville. His office is located at 111 East Main St.

    Bennett represents clients in the Campbellsville and surrounding area.

    He offers services in personal injury, auto accidents, divorce, estate planning and oil and gas leases.

    Hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Services are available in Spanish and Portuguese.

  • Spurling joins Mira Bella Salon staff

    Mira Bella Salon and owner Ginny Olbers announces the addition of hair stylist Becky Spurling to the staff. 

    Spurling is a cut and color specialist who comes to Mira Bella as a gifted professional stylist that can give you the style and look you've always wanted. 

    Walk-ins are now welcome at Mira Bella, which is located at 101 Laura Sue Humphress Drive next to Farm Bureau.

  • Chick-fil-A Express has ribbon cutting

    Chick-fil-A Express celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting recently. Larry Hayes, center, secretary for the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, cut the Campbellsville University Chick-fil-A Express ribbon along with Dr. Michael V. Carter, CU president, who is speaking.

  • Kessler receives real estate license

    Marsha Kessler has passed the Kentucky Real Estate License exam and received her sales associate license.
    Kessler will join her father, John Kessler, at Kessler Auction & Realty Co. in Campbellsville.
    Kessler, 18, is the daughter of John and Julie Kessler of Campbellsville and a 2011 graduate of Taylor County High School. She attends Campbellsville University, where she is majoring in secondary education with an emphasis in math.

  • Active Day celebrates Adult Day Services Week

    Active Day of Campbellsville is celebrating Adult Day Services Week this week.
    The week is designed to raise awareness of availability and accessibility of adult day programs nationwide. This year’s theme is “Adult Day Services ... Building and Supporting Communities.”
    Adult day services are designed to meet the needs of adults with functional or cognitive impairments through an individual plan of care. Active Day of Campbellsville provides health services, meals, transportation and therapeutic activities in a safe and structured environment.

  • McDonald’s introduces healthier Happy Meal

    McDonald’s in Campbellsville has launched a new Happy Meal in support of the company’s recently announced “Commitments to Offer Improved Nutrition Choice,” which strive to help customers — especially children and families — make nutrition-minded choices, whether visiting McDonald’s or elsewhere.
    Taylor County is among the first markets to receive the redesigned Happy Meal after local stores participated as a test-market for the nation-wide launch. McDonald’s Restaurants in the area began testing the new Happy Meal last year.

  • Local schools participate in award-winning energy education program

    Kentucky was recently recognized as the distinguished 2011 “state of the year” by the National Energy Education Development Project for its state energy education program.
    The state’s program is partnered with the Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities Co. Children’s Energy Education Program to help incorporate energy education into local schools.