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  • Mild weather puts farmers ahead

     

    A mild winter and early spring has local farmers ahead of the game.

    Corn is already in the ground and many have already begun planting soybeans and cutting hay. During a more ordinary weather pattern, local farmer Jeff Deener said, this wouldn't happen until at least mid-May or later.

    "We're probably a month ahead of where we were last year," according to local farmer Chad Sullivan.

  • Day of Prayer

     

    They prayed together for this community, this nation and each other.

    About 30 people gathered together at a National Day of Prayer ceremony last Thursday on the Taylor County Courthouse Square.

    The Lauritzen family performed several songs at the ceremony.

  • UPDATE: Funeral details set for teens who died in Saturday crash

    Funeral details for the two Campbellsville teenagers who died in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday have been released.

    According to a Kentucky State Police news release, Justin Atwood, 19, and Jade M. Sullivan, 17, both of Campbellsville, died at about 7:08 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, in a crash one mile east of Campbellsville.

    Visitation for Sullivan was Monday, May 7, after 3 p.m. at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville. Funeral was at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 8.

  • Campbellsville teens killed in collision Saturday

    Two Campbellsville teens were killed in a head-on collision Saturday evening.

    According to a Kentucky State Police report, Justin Atwood, 19, and Jade M. Sullivan, 17, were pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 68.

    According to the report, at 7:08 p.m., Atwood, who was traveling west in a 2009 Nissan, attempted to pass a vehicle and pulled into the path of an eastbound 2006 Jeep driven by Lauren Dyer, 21, of Burkesville. The vehicles struck head on.

  • Commencement

    Nearly 600 students, including many Campbellsville residents, graduated from Campbellsville University this academic year. About 400 graduated in ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5.

    Dr. Michael V. Carter, CU president, said the amount marks the largest graduating class in CU's history.

    The speaker for Saturday's undergraduate ceremony was Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook, ambassador at large for international religious freedom. She brought greetings to CU on behalf of President Barack Obama.

  • National Bike to School Day is next Wednesday

    There could be a little extra traffic next Wednesday morning.
    Wednesday, May 9, is the first-ever National Bike to School Day.
    An offshoot of Walk to School Day, which is in October, the event takes place in conjunction with National Bike Month.
    Bike to School Day promotes physical activity, a cleaner environment and the importance of sidewalks in communities.
    Officials urge motorists to be on the lookout for children and their parents on bicycles.

  • Music Movie Madness

     

    Sounds from "Toy Story," "Forrest Gump," "Mission Impossible," "Jaws" and more filled the Taylor County High School gymnasium on Tuesday, May 1.

    Taylor County Schools' bands hosted a spring concert entitled "A Night at the Movies" and played popular songs from many well-known movies.

  • Campbellsville High students step out to prom

     

    Campbellsville High School students took “A Walk Through Wonderland” last Saturday. About 90 students attended this year’s prom, which kicked off with red carpet arrivals and photos at the high school. The actual prom took place at All Occasions.

  • Local seniors preparing for life after high school

     

  • Jewell named TCMS principal

    Taylor County Middle School may get a new principal this summer, but he is someone students and parents will immediately recognize.

    Tony Jewell moves from vice principal to principal on July 1.

    He was offered the job following an interview before the school’s site-based decision-making council Monday night.

    Superintendent Roger Cook made the announcement in an email Tuesday morning.