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  • Local musician Chase McDaniel and 4th + Main to perform in Taylor County

     

    It is going to feel like a homecoming of sorts for local musician Chase McDaniel when he, along with the other members of his country music quartet 4th + Main, perform at the Roger D. Cook Auditorium at Taylor County High School a week from Saturday.

    McDaniel has well-established roots in the area. He is a Green County High School graduate, but calls Campbellsville home as well. He moved to Nashville and became a part of 4th + Main, a group that is continuing to rise in the country music world.

  • CMS Principal Lewis earns high praise from board of education

     

    Campbellsville Middle School Principal Zach Lewis earned high praise from Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Kirby Smith and members of the CIS Board of Education at Monday’s regular monthly meeting.

    Lewis, who is in his first year as principal of CMS, presented to the board an update about the various activities and accomplishments the students have had thus far in the school year.

  • Sublett writes book detailing cancer battle

     

    Don Sublett never imagined that he would one day become a published author.

    But the journey that began in 2006 for the U.S. Air Force veteran led him down a path that he will never forget, with highs, lows, and everything in between.

    Sublett is a Campbellsville native, a graduate of the Campbellsville High School Class of 1965. After graduating high school, Sublett spent a year at Campbellsville College before flunking out and then joining the military shortly thereafter.

  • Cook says state could force major cuts for schools

     

    Taylor County Schools Superintendent Roger Cook has been outspoken about some of the potential cuts to education in the upcoming state budget.

    He doubled down on those stances at Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting.

    With potential increases in costs coming for school transportation, employee insurance, retirement, and other areas, Cook told the board that the district could see as much as a $1.2 million increase in expenditures coming out of the school’s general fund.

  • Search is on for motel robber

     

    The Campbellsville Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating an individual suspected in an armed robbery at the Best Western Motel on East Broadway.

    The burglary occurred just after midnight on Saturday, according to a Campbellsville Police report.

  • Campbellsville Police search for suspect in armed robbery

     

    The Campbellsville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating an individual suspected in an armed robbery at the Best Western Motel on East Broadway. 

    The burglary occurred just after midnight on Saturday, according to a Campbellsville Police report. 

  • Bills aim to consolidate school districts and counties across the state

     

    Two bills currently in the state legislature have been drawing strong opinions from both sides of the issues.

  • Taylor County PVA Shively sends birthday cards to taxpayers

     

    More than 90 people will receive a birthday card from Taylor County PVA Chad Shively this year.

    For many of them, it is a birthday card they have been waiting on for a few years, because only a select group of people receive them.

    The birthday cards sent out by Shively’s office not only serve as a kind regard to those turning 65 years old, but also to remind them that they are eligible for the Homestead Exemption, which can save people hundreds of dollars in property taxes.

  • Council members appear before ethics board

     

    The city of Campbellsville’s Board of Ethics met Monday afternoon to review items from the recent audit produced by Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts Mike Harmon’s office.

  • City to pay $25,000 for audit

     

    The city of Campbellsville will be paying the price for an audit conducted by the state, and that price will be $25,000.

    Council members voted to pay the bill Monday night at their regular meeting at the Campbellsville Civic Center, although the decision did not come without some discussion.