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  • Two injured in four-vehicle crash

     

    Two people were injured in a four-vehicle crash on KY 210 last Wednesday.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, at 3:16 p.m., Sean Nelson, 39, of Buffalo had stopped his 2009 Chevrolet in front of the entrance to Taylor County Animal Shelter when his vehicle was rearended by a 1997 Toyota truck driven by Ricky Judd, 59, of Summersville. Judd's vehicle was then rearended by a 2002 Ford Taurus, driven by Andrea Coomer, 41, of Fairdale. Coomer's vehicle was then rearended by a pickup truck driven by Ethen Spencer, 21, of Campbellsville.

  • Lieutenant governor cuts ribbon for Heartland Commerce and Technology Park

     

    Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson led in cutting the ribbon for the Heartland Commerce and Technology Park last Thursday on New Columbia Road.

    He also spoke at Campbellsville University where he told Taylor County School Superintendent Roger Cook he won't forget about Taylor County Elementary School as Cook talked about the school's age, number of students and mold problems.

  • Columbia man arrested, charged with human trafficking

     

    A Columbia man has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a suspected prostitution ring in Campbellsville.

    According to a Kentucky State Police news release, Adulfo DeAquino Cancino, 27, of Greensburg Street, was arrested Thursday night and charged with human trafficking and unlawful transaction with a minor, being an illegal sex act with someone younger than 16.

    Cancino is also currently identified as an undocumented alien, the release states. He was lodged at the Taylor County Detention Center and remained there at press time.

  • Gaming issue keeps legislators waiting

     

  • Community celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


    Calen McKinney

    reporter@cknj.com

    James Roberts

    writer@cknj.com

    They marched, sang and worshiped together, in memory of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Local man arrested on forgery charges

    A Campbellsville man was arrested Saturday on charges stemming from the circulation of counterfeit $20 bills in Taylor County.
    According to a Campbellsville Police Department news release, Christopher Dale Tucker, 34, was arrested at 12:35 a.m. Saturday following an investigation by Campbellsville Police, Taylor County Sheriff’s Office and the United States Secret Service.
    Tucker was charged with first-degree forgery. More arrests are expected, according to the news release.

  • Police investigating burglary at animal shelter

    Campbellsville Police are investigating a burglary at Taylor County Animal Shelter.
    According to a news release, on Friday, Jan. 13, police responded to a report of a burglary at the shelter. Officers discovered that an undetermined amount of cash was taken.
    The case is still under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Campbellsville Police at 465-4122 or the anonymous PRIDE line at 469-7743.
    Detective Brian Morgan is investigating.

  • USDA stewardship deadline extended

    USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service recently announced that the ranking period cut-off date for the Conservation Stewardship Program has been extended to Friday, Jan. 27.
    Producers interested in CSP should submit applications to their local NRCS Office by the deadline so that their applications can be considered during the first ranking period of 2012.

  • County a step closer to taking over city's recycling

    Though it’s not official yet, discussion is already in the works as to how the county will take over operation of the city’s recycling center.

    Taylor County’s magistrates approved Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young’s plan to pay the Campbellsville/Taylor County Economic Development Authority’s $2.1 million debt on property at Heartland Commerce and Technology Park during last week’s regular Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting.

  • Ford murder trial rescheduled again

     

    Tonya Ford won’t face a jury next week after all. New information in her case has pushed her jury trial back six more months.
    Last Friday, when a key witness was scheduled to undergo a deposition in the case that accuses Ford of killing her former husband, David M. Ford, the prosecution revealed that it has new information in the case.