• Enchanted Expressions celebrates grand opening

    Enchanted Expressions celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting and a “Dancing in the Streets” party Thursday night on Main Street. Owners Chris Woods Richardson and Kasey Childers Moss offer wedding and event planning. Contact them at 789-8550 or 789-7488 or visit their website at www.myenchantedexpressions.com. Enchanted Expressions is located at 123 E. Main St.

  • Locals attend Kentucky Nurse Day banquet

    On May 13, in conjunction with National Nurse’s Week, the Kentucky Nurse Day Committee hosted the 30th annual Kentucky Nurse Day Recognition Banquet in Shepherdsville. The banquet is a statewide celebration for all Kentucky nurses.  
    The Kentucky Nurse Day Committee consists of volunteer nurses from all areas of the state. The purpose is to host the Kentucky Nurse Recognition Banquet each year to award and recognize the dedication, commitment and hard work of all Kentucky nurses.

  • Pancho's joins chamber

    Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant celebrated becoming a member of the Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday.

  • Taylor County Bank donates to CU

    Taylor County Bank CEO Henry Lee, second from left, donated a check for $12,500 to the Campbellsville University School of Education and for an athletic corporate scholarship. With him for the presentation were, from left, Benji Kelly, CU vice president for development; Dr. Michael V. Carter, CU president; and Chuck Vaughn, CU director of the Big Maroon Club.

  • Olson joins KORT Campbellsville

    Kellye Olson, an occupational therapist with six years of clinical experience, has joined KORT Campbellsville.
    Olson has recently passed the advanced skills test to achieve the title of certified hand therapist. The title is held by only 5,594 therapists worldwide.  Hand therapy is the art and science of rehabilitation of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.
    To be a certified hand therapist, one must be either a physical or occupational therapist, have a minimum of five years’ experience and 4,000 or more hours of direct practice in hand therapy.

  • Mackie and Stearman join The Green Room

    Stylists Danielle Mackie and Ashley Stearman recently joined The Green Room to complete their apprenticeships.

  • Bluegrass Cellular to give away headsets as part of safety initiative

    Bluegrass Cellular is launching a new wireless safety initiative, “Drive Now Text L8R,” to encourage drivers to remain hands-free from cellular devices while driving.
    The initiative begins during Wireless Safety Week, June 26 through July 2, which is sponsored by the National Safety Council.

  • Green joins Century 21

    Mary Jo Green has joined Century 21. Green has been a licensed real estate agent since 2007.
    She is available for anyone looking to buy or sell.
    Century 21 is located at 119 Nancy Cox Drive, Suite 5 in Campbellsville.

  • Taylor Regional Hospital honors top staff

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized clinical and support services team members of the year.
    Phyllis Patton, a certified pharmacy technician, was presented with the clinical services award.
    The following was written about Patton on her nomination form:
    “Phyllis is an invaluable asset to both the pharmacy and TRH. She routinely goes above and beyond her normal job duties without prompting and always takes the lead in implementing new technologies and changes within the pharmacy.”
    Patton has been at TRH since Jan. 21, 1991.

  • Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken celebrates 45th anniversary

    To celebrate 45 years of serving fresh, never frozen chicken, Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken is asking fans to shake a tail feather this summer and show the world how their version of the chicken dance is done. In addition to several giveaways totaling more than $6,000, Lee’s is hosting the 2011 Chicken Dance Contest, an effort to reward the most original and funky fan video.