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  • City sets trick-or-treat hours

    Campbellsville City Council members discussed a number of issues during a brief, half-hour meeting Monday night.

    At the top of the agenda was trick-or-treat hours, which the Council unanimously agreed to set as 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30.

    Though Halloween falls on Sunday this year, Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen said church and downtown business trick-or-treat events and the annual Q-104 Bash will take place on Saturday. For that reason, she recommended setting the official trick-or-treat hours on Saturday as well.

  • Knights of Columbus donates $2,213 to Taylor County Special Olympics

    The Knights of Columbus's Tootsie Roll drive netted $2,213.96 for the Taylor County Special Olympics.

  • Former patient loses lawsuit filed against hospital

    The Campbellsville man who sued Taylor Regional Hospital after he said a shampoo cap the hospital used burned his scalp and caused his hair to fall out has lost his case.

    Lebanon attorney Todd Spalding filed suit on Joseph C. Hughes' behalf in Taylor Circuit Court in March 2009.

    According to Hughes' complaint, he was admitted to TRH on March 23, 2008, to receive treatment for a dislocated right shoulder and a collapsed lung. He was released two days later.

  • Campbellsville woman injured in crash near Lebanon

    A Campbellsville woman was injured in a three-vehicle crash near Lebanon last Thursday.

    According to a Kentucky State Police report, at about 2:45 p.m., Jennifer Skaggs, 25, of Campbellsville was driving a 2001 Pontiac west on U.S. 68, when she pulled into the path of a 2003 Freightliner, driven by Benjamin Schumacher, 36, of Paris, Ky. After being struck by the Freightliner, Skaggs' vehicle then struck a 2006 Ford driven by James Pennington, 68, of Liberty.

  • Campbellsville resident still missing

    Taylor County Sheriff's deputies are still searching for a Campbellsville man who has been missing for three weeks.

    According to a news release issued Friday, Sept. 10, James "Adam" Hogan, 29, was reported missing by his family on Thursday, Sept. 2.

    Deputy Mark Dickens is investigating.

    Dickens said Hogan is a white male, 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He reported that Hogan's mother says her son has brownish blond hair and tattoos on his upper arms.

  • ELECTION: Judge, 11th Judical District

    Incumbent Connie Sullivan Phillips will face challenger Jeff Eastham in the November race for 2nd Division District Judge in Taylor, Green, Marion and Washington counties.

    Ninety percent of all Kentuckians involved in court proceedings appear before district court. Juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, traffic offenses, probate of wills, felony preliminary hearings, small claims and civil cases involving $4,000 or less are all district court matters, as well as voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse.

  • Campbellsville resident missing for a month

    Taylor County Sheriff's deputies are still searching for a Campbellsville man who has been missing for a little more than a month now.

    James "Adam" Hogan, 29, was reported missing by his family on Thursday, Sept. 2.

    Deputy Mark Dickens is investigating.

    Hogan is a white male, 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has brownish blond hair and tattoos on his upper arms.

  • Juvenile injured after being struck by vehicle

    A juvenile was injured after being struck by a vehicle Sunday evening.

    According to a Campbellsville Police Report, a 17-year-old was driving a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt along Ford Street and struck a 12-year-old. Neither the name of the driver nor the name of the victim was released.

    The victim was transported to Taylor Regional Hospital by Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue personnel for treatment. No information was available as to their condition at press time.

    Campbellsville Police Officer Travis Begley investigated.

     

  • Burn ban in effect

    A burn ban is now in effect.

    According to Ronnie Dooley, Taylor County Emergency Management public information coordinator and assistant E-911 supervisor, the statewide burn ban began Oct. 1 and runs through Dec. 15.

    Any burning before 6 p.m. must be at least 150 feet away from woods or forestland.

     

  • Conservation cost share deadline today

    The deadline for requests for cost share funding under the Kentucky Soil Erosion and Water Quality Cost Share and Environmental Stewardship Program is today.

    The Taylor County Conservation District is accepting the local requests.