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  • The Homeplace featured on television show

    Residents turning on their televisions tonight, Monday, Oct. 13, might just catch a glimpse of their hometown.

    A farm in Taylor County has been filmed and featured in a television show made about life in Kentucky.

    The show, which aired Saturday and Sunday and will air again tonight, features footage and photos of The Homeplace on Green River, along with interviews about the farm.

    According to a KET news release, Kentucky Life producers traveled to The Homeplace to see the ongoing efforts there to restore and re-establish the 230-acre farm.

  • Council approves contract for comprehensive plan

    More than 30 years after the last draft was written, the city of Campbellsville is getting a new comprehensive plan.

    At the City Council's regular meeting last Monday, members voted unanimously to enter into a contract with the Kentucky League of Cities to create a new plan for $30,000.

    Speaking on behalf of the comprehensive planning committee, Council member Mike Hall said it's in the city's best interest to enter into a professional consulting agreement with KLC.

  • Vehicle crashes into home on Camelback Drive

     

    No injuries were reported in a crash at a home on Camelback Drive last Thursday morning. Taylor County Sheriff’s Deputy Branden Wilson responded to the report of a vehicle crashing into the home, which caused minor damage to the home and a vehicle parked inside the home’s garage.

  • Firefighters respond to report of smoke inside home

     

    Taylor County Fire & Rescue personnel responded on Tuesday morning to the report of smoke inside a home on Hawk Landing. The homeowner reported to Campbellsville/Taylor County E-911 dispatchers that the home might have been struck by lightning the night before. No injuries were reported and the firefighters left the scene in about a half hour.

  • One injured in Meader Street crash

     

    Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire & Rescue personnel and Campbellsville Police officers responded to a two-vehicle crash at about 8 p.m. Thursday night at the intersection of Meader Street and North Columbia Avenue. Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS personnel were called to the scene to evaluate a child who was a passenger in one of the vehicles and might have been injured in the impact. At press time, no official report about the crash had been released.

  • Vehicle collides with motorcycle on 210 bypass

     

  • Ashley Portraits Opens

     

     Photographer and artist Kent Ashley recently opened Ashley Portraits in Campbellsville. Specializing in weddings, senior portraits, commercial fashion and family portraits, Ashley Portraits opened in 2007 in Lexington. Private art lessons and portrait art are also available.

    He is a graduate of Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn. Ashley and his wife, Stacey, have a daughter, Kathryn.

    To schedule an appointment, call (859) 227-4751.

  • Green River Lake's "Big Oak" Tree Falls

     

  • Police offer tips to prevent vehicle theft

    October is national Crime Prevention Month and Campbellsville Police Department is offering tips to help residents stay safe.

    Officers are focusing on preventing vehicle theft, because Campbellsville Police Chief Tim Hazlette says when most vehicles are broken into, their doors have been left unlocked.

    According to information Hazlette provided, here is the criminal's point of view when he or she is contemplating burglarizing a motor vehicle.

  • CU to stage "9 to 5"

     

    Campbellsville University's Theater Department and Town Hall Productions will stage Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" the musical, starting today, Thursday, Oct. 9.

    Performances will be in the Russ Mobley Theater on campus tonight and Saturday at 7 p.m., tomorrow at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

    "9 to 5" was originally a movie, which Parton made into an iconic musical in 2008. The story revolves around three women, Doralee, Violet and Judy, as they try to get rid of their oppressive boss.