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  • TCHS SBDM nominations sought

    Nominations for Taylor County High School Site-Based Decision Making Council's parent member will be accepted from April 9 through April 20.

    The election will be Wednesday, April 25, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the TCHS cafeteria. Nomination forms can be picked up at TCHS.

    For more information, contact PTSO President Denise Walsh at 403-1062.

  • CHS hosts engineering fair

     

    Campbellsville High School's Eagle Excellence after school program recently hosted an engineering fair for its students. Greater Campbellsville United members served as greeters.

    Students learned how engineering is used in work places in the Taylor County area and in occupations the students might pursue.

  • CU to begin new RN to BSN program at School of Nursing

    Natasha Janes

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University will start a program for registered nurses to earn their Bachelor of Science degree in nursing beginning in May.

    The mission of the RN to BSN completion program is to offer a higher level of nursing education through an innovative and highly accessible curriculum, according to Beverly Rowland, associate professor of nursing.

  • Glow Worm students visit library

     

    Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education's glow worms classes recently took a field trip to the Taylor County Public Library.

    Pictured is Julie Smith's Monday/Tuesday class with Outreach Librarian Bonnie Webster.

  • Glow Worm students visit library

     

    Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education's glow worms classes recently took a field trip to the Taylor County Public Library.

    Pictured is Teresa Walker's Monday/Tuesday class with Outreach Librarian Bonnie Webster.

  • Glow Worm students visit library

     

    Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education's glow worms classes recently took a field trip to the Taylor County Public Library.

    Pictured is Julie Smith's Wednesday/Thursday with Outreach Librarian Bonnie Webster.

  • Glow Worm students visit library

     

    Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education's glow worms classes recently took a field trip to the Taylor County Public Library.

    Pictured is Teresa Walker's Wednesday/Thursday class with Outreach Librarian Bonnie Webster.

  • CMS students mentored in 'Operation Preparation' program

     

    Campbellsville Middle School recently participated in the peer mentor program "Operation Preparation." The program pairs students with community members for a mentoring session.

    The students' careers were based on their top choices on their individual learning plans. Twenty-seven different community members mentored eighth-grade students.

  • TRH achieves national milestone

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital is committed to providing the best possible patient care. And the American College of Surgeons on Trauma in Chicago, Ill., agrees.

    TRH was recently re-verified as a level III trauma center.

    Also, according to Taylor Regional Hospital Care Center Director Carol Wright, TRH recently received word that it is the longest consistently level III verified hospital in the nation.

    “What that means is, we’ve never lost our verification,” she said.

  • Police investigate assault

    Campbellsville Police are urging residents to use caution when going to or from their vehicles late at night after an assault at Little Caesars Pizza last Sunday night.
    According to a Campbellsville Police news release, a female employee, who was not identified, was leaving the restaurant at the end of her shift when a white male approached her at her vehicle and attempted to start a conversation. The male allegedly struck the woman and attempted to pull her from the vehicle. The suspect then fled the scene on foot.