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  • Campbellsville man arrested after fleeing police

    A Campbellsville man is facing multiple charges after fleeing from the Lebanon Police Saturday night.
    Dustin Cole Burton, 24, of 305 Stephen Court in Campbellsville, was arrested on charges of first-degree fleeing and evading police, DUI, two counts of first-degree criminal mischief, three counts of wanton endangerment, reckless driving, speeding, three counts of disregarding a traffic control device, disregarding a stop sign and license to be in possession.

  • Full-bred husky found

    Taylor County Animal Shelter staff members have found a full-bred husky in the Main Street area.
    Shelter Director John Harris says the dog is black and white with some tan. He said the dog has a microchip, but that it hasn’t been registered online.
    Anyone with information about the dog is asked to call Harris at 465-7651.
    The shelter is open today from 8 a.m. to noon and will be closed for Christmas the remainder of the week.
    The shelter is located off KY 210, just past Walmart, and houses animals from Taylor, Green, Casey and LaRue counties.

  • City will pay $8,900 monthly on new land

    The city will pay $8,900 a month for land that could be a future home to a sports complex and the Taylor County Fair.
    Campbellsville City Council met in special session Monday night to approve a resolution for financing the land purchase.

    During a recent joint meeting with Taylor County Fiscal Court, Council members voted for the city to purchase 175 acres from Sue Dowell for $1.3 million. The land is located near Heartland Commerce and Technology Park off KY 55. Following further negotiations with Dowell, the total acreage later grew to 180 acres.

  • At nearly 80 years old, Curry still decks the halls


    “I know why he started it,” Donald Skaggs says of his Smith Ridge Road neighbor Tom Curry’s Christmas lights. “He was trying to beat me.”
    “I did, too,” says Curry.

    For the past 40-plus years, Curry has been lighting up his corner of Smith Ridge Road with Christmas lights, as well as lit reindeer and Santas.
    And while many decorate their property for Christmas, Curry’s neighbors, including Carolyn Baker and Skaggs, say few pushing 80 years old go to the extent that Curry does.

  • Local kids talk about Santa's Christmas Eve preparations

    Christmas is only three days away, and local kindergarteners know all about the magic of Santa and just how he gets around on Christmas Eve.

    Students in Chanci Patterson's class at Campbellsville Elementary School and Shelly Young's class at Taylor County Elementary School were recently asked to answer the question "How does Santa prepare for Christmas Eve?"

    Their responses are printed below.

     

    Chanci Patterson's class, Campbellsville Elementary

  • TCHS names Students of the Week

     

    Taylor County High School recently announced its students of the week for the week of Dec. 5-12.

    They are, from left, freshman Tyler Frogge, sophomore Emily Moore, junior Emily White and senior Matthew Hart.

  • TCES announces Writers of the Week

     

    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Writers of the Weeks for Dec. 8.

    They are, from left, kindergartener Jayda Smith, first-grader John Hyuk, second-grader Makenzie Gribbins, third-grader Katie Richards and fourth- and fifth-graders Lydia Bell and Tyler Perkins.

  • Kindergarteners make gingerbread houses

     

    Students in Shelly Young's kindergarten class at Taylor County Elementary School recently made gingerbread houses out of graham crackers, icing and lots of candy.

  • CHS names Students of the Week

     

    Campbellsville High School recently announced its Students of the Week.

    They are, from left, Dalton Hughes, Masi Wilson, William Wright, Destiny Sacco, Jody Harris, Ashleigh Lewis, Cameron Hughes and Brandy Chelf.

  • CHS Beta collect money for Toys for Tots

     

    Campbellsville High School Beta Club recently collected money for Toys for Tots.

    Shown with their purchases are Beta Club class representatives, senior Denika Smith, junior Grace Arnold and sophomore Katelyn McMahan.