• TRH completes first food safety class

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted its first ServSafe food safety class on May 2 in the hospital meeting room.

    Fourteen individuals attended, representing several businesses from the community. The average class score was 84.46 percent, with the highest score being 95 percent.

    In order to pass, one must achieve a score of 75 percent or greater. The class lasts about 8 hours and certification is for five years.

  • Fort Knox federal job opportunities hiring symposium open to Taylor County residents

    If you're interested in learning about future job opportunities at Fort Knox, whether you're qualified and how to apply, the Lincoln Trail Workforce Investment Board and One Knox want to help.

    LTWIB and One Knox announced recently that they will host a Federal Hiring Symposium for area residents on Tuesday, June 3 at Centre Square in Lebanon. Both afternoon and evening sessions are available.

  • Patterson attends Optometric Educational Congress

    Dr. Paul Patterson, optometrist, 295 Campbellsville Bypass Suite 1, attended the Kentucky Optometric Association's 106th Annual Spring Educational Congress on April 24-27 at the Marriott Hotel in Louisville.

    At the conference, Patterson attended lectures on glaucoma, contact lenses, diabetes and dry eye therapy. In addition to four days of continuing education, the conference also included an exhibit hall featuring the latest products and services in optometry.

    Patterson lives in Greensburg with his wife Mabel Sue. He began practicing optometry 25 years ago.

  • Damon E. Allen presented Lifetime Optometric Achievement Award

    Dr. Damon Allen of Campbellsville, an optometrist, was presented the Lifetime Optometric Achievement Award at the Kentucky Optometric Association's 106th Annual Spring Congress on April 24-27 at the Marriott Downtown Hotel in Louisville.

    Allen was presented the first Optometric Lifetime Achievement Award.

  • TRH Support Services Parson of the Year named

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized nominees for Support Services Team Member of the Year and the winner was honored.

    Kay Whitaker, business office, was named the Team Member of the Year. This was said about Whitaker: "Kay has been with the business office in accounts receivable for several years dealing with people's finances.

  • Holt rejoins Cinema 6

    Camille Holt has returned to Green River Cinema 6 as general manager.

    She has four years' previous experience.

    Holt obtained a Bachelor of science degree in business administration from Campbellsville University in 2000.

    Cinema 6 is located at 730 Campbellsville Bypass.

  • Patrick joins Transforming Edgez

    Sonya Patrick has joined Transforming Edgez, 138 Campbellsville Bypass, Suite 3.

    Patrick graduated from Lindsay Institute of Cosmetology in Campbellsville. She specializes in manicures, pedicures, facials, haircuts, coloring, perms and wax.

  • Taylor County Bank supports RHS walking track project

    Taylor County Bank recently presented Taylor Regional Hospital with a $1,000 check in support of its walking track project. Pictured, left to right, are Kenny Bennett, Jane Wheatley, Jan Wade, Bill Chandler, Jim Miller and Henry Lee.

  • TRH names Clinical Services Person of the Year

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized Clinical Services Team Member of the Year nominees and the winner was honored.

  • England joins Veanna's Salon

    Veronica England, cosmetologist, recently joined the staff of Veanna's Salon, 210 Nancy Cox Drive.

    England is a graduate of Lindsey Institute of Campbellsville.

    She specializes in family cuts, colors, perms, waxes, make-up application, facials, hair extensions and up-dos.