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  • City to purchase CodeRED emergency call system

     

    Those in the path of an approaching storm should soon get the early warning they need to take cover.
    At the regular Campbellsville City Council meeting Monday night, members unanimously agreed to purchase the CodeRED alert system for five years at a cost of $62,500. Council members Richard Jeter and Vicki Mullins did not attend the meeting.

  • CHS participates in homecoming events

     

    Campbellsville High School crowned its basketball homecoming queen on Friday night.

    From left are king Lake Wiseman, queen Tiffany Slone, prince Zach Durham and princess Cassie Squires.

  • Former Taylor County official dies

     

    A man dedicated to his community and country. That’s how those who knew him say they will remember him.

    Former magistrate and Taylor County Sheriff Albert Lynwood “Sonny” Cave died last Friday after battling cancer. He was 74.

    Cave’s sister, Campbellsville resident Vicki Mullins, said her brother had battled melanoma about a year ago. She said he went through chemotherapy treatments and had high hopes of beating the cancer.

  • TCHS participates in homecoming events

     

    Kaitlyn Benningfield

    Taylor County Schools

    Taylor County High School students participated in homecoming festivities last week by dressing up in costumes, celebrating school spirit and crowning Marcus Rodgers and Alyssa Young as homecoming king and queen during Friday night's basketball games.

  • CU celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

     

    Tori Banks

    Campbellsville University

    The statement "I have a dream," spoken boldly by the famous Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is perhaps one of the most well-known phrases in the history of America. However, Dr. Bruce Williams, senior pastor of Bates Memorial Church in Louisville, said King wasn't the world's first dreamer.

  • Woman charged in dog dumping

     

    After 23 dogs were dumped in Marion County on the morning of Jan. 24, a media storm ensued.

    The Central Kentucky News-Journal, along with the Lebanon Enterprise in Marion County and three different television stations, reported the story and $3,500 in reward money was offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for dumping the dogs.

  • Resident receives trip for commitment to student exchange

     

    Campbellsville resident Kathleen Lesperance joined nearly 600 EF Foundation for Foreign Study international exchange coordinators for a weekend at Disney World in Orlando, Fla.

    Attendees were recognized for their strong commitment to high school student exchange and had an opportunity to celebrate the year's accomplishments. In 2012, EF Foundation international exchange coordinators placed nearly 3,000 exchange students from 25 countries with host families across the United States.

  • Durham High Spirit assembly is Feb. 16

    Campbellsville Middle School's second annual Durham High Spirit assembly will be Thursday, Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. in the CMS gymnasium.

    All former Durham High alumni are invited to attend and be guests of honor. There will be a reception following the assembly with cake and punch.

    Anyone planning to attend should RSVP to 465-5121.

  • Campbellsville schools team member completes skills training

    A member of the Campbellsville Independent School District's central office staff has completed training requirements in a professional development program sponsored by the Kentucky School Boards Association.

    Karen Noe was recognized at the Kentucky Organization of School Superintendents Assistants Professional Assistants Academy on Feb. 3 in Louisville. Noe serves as the administrative assistant to Superintendent Mike Deaton.

  • CES kindergarten registration is March 19-21

    Registration for kindergarten students entering Campbellsville Independent School for the 2012-2013 school year will be March 19-21.

    Those whose children attend Campbellsville Preschool or Head Start will complete registration there. Children enrolling must be 5 years old by or on Oct. 1.

    Parents with children entering kindergarten in August will need to contact Campbellsville Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parents can call 465-4561 to register by phone, or visit the school for enrollment information.