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Business

  • Cox is elected alternate Angus delegate

    Ben T. Cox of Campbellsville has been elected as an alternate delegate to the 128th annual American Angus Association Convention of Delegates, which takes place on Nov. 14 in Louisville.

  • Natasha Perkins Photography celebrates ribbon cutting

  • Chick-fil-A Express opens

    Chick-fil-A Express opened Wednesday at Campbellsville University’s Davenport Student Commons building. Above, the Chick-fil-A cow encourages lunchtime drivers to “Eat Mor Chikin.” Chick-fil-A Express is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Saturday. At left, two Chick-fil-A cows helped kick off the opening of the Chick-fil-A Express restaurant on Aug. 24.

  • New CU staff recognized

    New staff recognized at Campbellsville University’s staff workshop on Aug. 19 include Juanita Grundy, social work program assistant; Adrienne Butler, assistant to the director of career services; Sherry Bowen, secretary for School of Theology; Sarah Creason, early childhood education secretary in the School of Education;

  • Sallee’s Family Taekwondo moves to Main Street

    Sallee’s Family Taekwondo has recently moved locations to 219 E. Main St. in downtown Campbellsville, across from Chandler’s Office Supply and Twisted Stem. The business is an ATA certified school, having served the community for more than 10 years. Classes are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. for children and 7 to 8 p.m. for adults, and Saturday from 11 a.m. until noon for all belts. Anyone interested in joining receives three free classes. Owner/Head Instructor Randall Sallee Jr. is a fourth-degree black belt. For more information, call (270) 735-7770.

  • Dollar General Literacy Foundation awards grants to local schools

    The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has presented Taylor County and Campbellsville elementary schools with back to school grants. The back to school grant will fund programs, equipment, materials or software for the schools’ library or literacy programs.
    TCES received $2,000. CES received $1,599.

  • Yamato Steak House of Japan opens

    Yamato Steak House of Japan’s Campbellsville restaurant is now open.
    Managed by Tom Dong, Yamato’s also has locations in Somerset and Corbin. A new location is also on its way to Shelbyville.
    Yamato’s offers a variety of fresh sushi, including vegetarian rolls, cooked rolls and uncooked rolls. It has a sushi bar where diners can sit and watch the chef create a special roll.

  • Taylor’s Auto Repair now open

    Chris Taylor is the owner of Taylor’s Auto Repair, located at 1466 S. Columbia Ave.
    Taylor has been a mechanic for 20 years and is experienced in auto, bike and boat repair.
    He specializes in auto body and mechanic services.
    Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

  • Flanagan among Farm Credit director candidates

    Dan Flanagan of Campbellsville is among the 11 farmers nominated to fill five board of director positions at Farm Credit Services of Mid-America.
    Farm Credit Services of Mid-America is one of the largest agriculture lending cooperatives in the nation serving farmers and agribusinesses throughout Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee. The cooperative’s 73,000 voting stockholders will be casting their ballots starting in September.
    Flanagan, who has served on the FCS board since 2007, will be running against John Kuegel Jr. of Owensboro.

  • Bluegrass Cellular asks community to help select battles in the bluegrass football rivalries

    Bluegrass Cellular is calling on the community to select its featured 2011 Battles in the Bluegrass football rivalry games. Battles in the Bluegrass is a high school sports program that features rivalry football games across the state. The program is part of Bluegrass Cellular’s ongoing support of community high school athletics.