• Edward Jones is a 'best place to work'

    The financial services firm Edward Jones recently was named the No. 1 large-sized company on the "Best Places to Work in Kentucky" ranking, according to George Eon and Larry Bowen, financial advisers in Campbellsville.

    The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society of Human Resource Management teamed up with the Best Companies Group of Harrisburg, Pa., to rank the state's best employers. Fifty companies were named Best Places to Work in Kentucky, divided into small/medium- and large-company categories based on the number of people they employee in Kentucky.

  • UPS gives to United Way

    On Friday, April 11, UPS of Campbellsville invited several local charities to its facility for a check presentation. Ann Mattingly from the Taylor County Resource Center, Sue Crabtree from the Campbellsville Resource and Youth Services Center, and Beck Martin from the Galilean Home in Liberty were some who were in attendance. Each year, UPS employees are given the opportunity to donate money to United Way and they are able to designate to the charities of their choice. These were a few that UPS employees donated to.

  • Rafferty wins printer

    Lee Anna Rafferty, director of the Campbellsville Development Center at Campbellsville Baptist Church, was the winner of the new Lexmark X6570 Wireless Printer donated by Purcell's Business Products for the Green River Showcase. Pictured in the photo, from left, are: Judy Cox, director of the Chamber of Commerce; Lee Anna Rafferty; and John Raganas, sales manager at Purcell's Business Products.

  • United Country - Caldwell Realty, LLC Recognized for 2007 sales

    United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., announced recently that Caldwell Realty LLC of Campbellsville has earned the company's President's Round Table Award.

    "Combining our experience with the United Country marketing tools has helped us succeed in today's challenging real estate market," said Tom Caldwell, GRI, Realtor, owner/broker.

    "Thanks to our team's exceptional customer service and hard work, as well as United Country's national advertising and advanced technology, we are looking forward to another great year."

  • TRH names spring ambassadors

    Mike Haliday has been named the Taylor Regional Hospital Ambassador for Spring 2008. Other nominees were: LaDonna Durham and Tammy Warren.

    Haliday was nominated by a team member. The following was written about Haliday on his nomination form:

  • United Country - Heavenly Hollow Real Estate recognized for excellent sales

    United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., recently announced that United Country - Heavenly Hollow Real Estate of Casey Creek achieved the company's Master Salesman Award for its success in 2007.

  • Four join West Side Studio

    Chris Dudgeon is the owner of West Side Studio Salon and Fine Gifts, 821 W. Main St.

    Dudgeon has been a native of Campbellsville for over 30 years. West Side Studio Salon and Fine Gifts is a full-service salon and spa. Services include wax hair removal, make-up application for basic day, evening or special events, manicures and pedicures with or without paraffin treatment, express, European and acne facials. Ear piercing is also available.

    The gift shop offers many seasonal items and antiques.

    Tina Mei Cheng specializes in Asian hair and spa services.

  • Rodgers honored for 53 years with Farm Bureau Federation

    Clay Rodgers recently began his 53rd consecutive year as a director for the Taylor County Farm Bureau Federation, serving the past 30 years as vice president.

    Rodgers was joined by Jeremy Roy, area program director; Danny Wilkinson, District 7 state director; and Chad Sullivan, current president, when being honored.

  • Harper with Dart for 10 years

    Sam Harper, right, an electrician, recently received his 10-year service award at Dart Container in Elizabethtown. Presenting the award is Steve Rigg, Thermoform maintenance supervisor.

  • TRH holds health fair

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a community health fair on Saturday, April 19. There were 400 individuals who attended, with 170 receiving the free blood testing.