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  • City applies for loan to complete water tank project

    The city has applied for a loan to pay for its $2.3 million water storage tank project. And with the application for the loan comes a $550,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help with the cost.

    In all, the city has received just more than $2 million in grant funding for the project, though to get $550,000 of that, it must apply for a $1.6 million loan, which must be spent first to pay for the project.

  • Library plans delayed

    State officials still haven't given their OK to the plans to convert the former Gabehart Lumber building into the new Taylor County Public Library.

    Library officials are hopeful that the delay in getting the go-ahead to start the project won't delay its completion date, however.

    District Board members met on Monday to discuss the status of the project, among other items.

  • Teen injured after striking home with vehicle

    A Campbellsville teenager was injured Sunday when he lost control of his vehicle and struck a home.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, deputies investigated a one-vehicle crash on KY 70 at 11:50 a.m.

    The report states that Aaron Darnell, 17, told deputies that he lost control of his vehicle, crossed the eastbound lane of traffic and ran through a field. Darnell's vehicle then struck a home at 6641 Liberty Road and caught on fire. The fire from Darnell's 1997 Chevrolet truck then caught the home on fire.

  • Taylor County FFA members attend state camp

     

    Taylor County FFA recently took 16 students to Kentucky Leadership Training Center in Hardinsburg.

    Members attending included Hannah Hall, Mariah Malone, Makayla Mardis, Samantha Buckman, Weston Sullivan, Cole Gribbins, Austin Benningfield, Michala Caulk, Winnie Cheuvront, Cody Bowling, Cindy Wooldridge, Mason Arnold, Angella Farmer, Katelyn Carter, Jesse Hurdt and Rachel Hinton.

    During the week of camp, members participate in two special-interest classes and two sports of their choosing.

  • CES presents end of the year awards

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently presented its students with end of the year awards.

    Kindergarten students receiving reading awards for reading 50 books are Ryder Cundiff, Allison Sumners, Alexis Sharp, Willie Nunn, Daniel Caton, Kiara Graves, Diego Noyola, Evan Finn, Conner Rinehart, Paige Cochran, Ethan Cox, Kaylin Forbis, Chase Lawless, Heather Leggett, Jacob Lyons, Brianna Lyons, Keely Thompson, Kehleigh Vaught, A.J. Williams, Karlie Cox, Ellington Gowin, Aden Ritchie, Lily Sallee, Layla Steen, Kalli Howard and Zakkry Montgomery.

  • CES presents end of the year awards

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently presented its students with end of the year awards.

    Walking Club members for the 2011-2012 school year who walked twice a week before school are Dakota Barnhill, Tristin Lopez, Kybrin Smith, Sierra Lynch, Brandon Lawson, Isaiah Roy, Zaquan Cowan, Zachary Smith, Brock Burkhart, Brianna Pipes, Haley Lopez, Destiny Hicks and Hassan Alabusalim.

  • CES presents end of the year awards

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently presented its students with end of the year awards.

  • CU hosts drama workshop

     

    Students studied drama recently at Campbellsville University in a "Spur of the Moment: Improv Workshop." Nathan Allen, CU adjunct instructor in human performance and theater, led the camp assisted by Julia Tan, a senior at CU from Malaysia.

    Allen has taught the campers different improvisation exercises and techniques, improvisation vocabulary and how to think on their feet in front of an audience.

    The groups had a performance at the end of the camp for family and friends.

  • CU hits record summer school enrollment

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University has a record summer enrollment for summer school, and there is still time for students to become a part of that record.

    CU has surpassed 4,000 summer credit hours generated for the first time in the history of the institution. More registrations are expected for the late summer undergraduate and graduate session.

  • Former teacher elected district president of Kentucky Retired Teachers Association

     

    Donald Skaggs was installed as president of the Fourth District of the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association in Bardstown on June 14.

    Skaggs previously served as local president of the Taylor County Retired Teachers Association.

    The Fourth District is made up of retired teachers from Taylor, Nelson, Green, Hardin, Larue, Marion, Washington, Breckenridge, Meade, Hart and Grayson counties.