• Local student named to 'Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges'


    The 2011 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges" will include the names of 10 students - including a Campbellsville resident - from Elizabethtown Community and Technical College who have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders.

    James Bottoms, a 1998 graduate of Taylor County High School, was selected this year.

  • CU hires Blevins as assistant professor of education


    Matthew Schmuck

    Campbellsville University

    Susan M. Blevins of Campbellsville has been employed as an assistant professor of education at Campbellsville University, according to an announcement from Dr. Michael V. Carter, CU president.

    Blevins is a 1984 graduate of CU, where she majored in elementary education, with a math minor and secondary certification.

  • CU professor has article published in 'Classical Singer'


    Matthew Schmuck

    Campbellsville University

    Dr. Frieda Gebert, associate professor of theater at Campbellsville University, recently co-authored an article in the November issue of "Classical Singer."

    Gebert's article, titled "Resuscitating the Recital: A Challenge to Teachers," can be found in a section of the magazine titled "The Teacher's Corner."

  • CMS students selected for All-State Children's Choir


    Four students from the Campbellsville Independent School District were selected by audition for this year's 2011 Kentucky All-State Children's Choir.

    They are Alex Doss, Samuel Kessler, Blair Lamb and Mallory Haley. The students attend Campbellsville Middle School.

    They were selected out of about 600 students from across the state to participate in a 200-voice concert.

  • TCHS names Students of the Week


    Taylor County High School recently announced its Students of the Week for Dec. 13-17. They are, from left, senior James Clements, sophomore Dra Thornton, sophomore Anna Scott and freshman Shanna Carney.

  • TCES names Good Deed winners


    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Good Deed winners for the week of Jan. 5. They are Kelton Sturgil, Brittany Shofner, Adam Dial, Jaide Alsager and Jarred Mays.

  • Young graduates from Indiana Wesleyan

    Jacquelyn Young of Campbellsville was among 1,740 students who received degrees during graduation ceremonies on Dec. 18 at Indiana Wesleyan University's main campus in Marion, Ind.

    Young received a bachelor of science degree in nursing.

    Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university of The Wesleyan Church, which has its world headquarters in Indianapolis. The university was founded in 1920 and is committed to liberal arts and professional education.

  • Financial aid tip of the month

    High school seniors planning to attend college or technical school this fall should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA, as soon as possible.

    The FAFSA is the form students complete to determine if they qualify for federal and state grants and to apply for federal student loans. Also, many colleges use information from the FAFSA to determine the distribution of grants and scholarships administered by the school. Students should submit the FAFSA even if they feel it is unlikely they will qualify for aid.

  • CU sets record for January term enrollment

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University's January term has set a record enrollment of 81 undergraduate students compared to 52 for January 2010.

    Dave Walters, vice president for admissions and student services, said, "More and more students are realizing the value and benefits of this opportunity."

  • CHS students attend KYA


    On Nov. 21-23, 17 Campbellsville High School students, along with advisers Herb Wiseman and Cindy Perkins, attended the 2010 Kentucky Youth Assembly at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville and the State Capitol in Frankfort.

    KYA is a three-day, hands-on experience of Kentucky's state government. It is a student-led conference in which teens experience first-hand what it's like to debate a bill in the Capitol chambers, run for state office or argue a case in the State Supreme Court. There were more than 1,000 students in attendance.