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  • TCES names Writers of the Week

     

    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Writers of the Week for the week of Oct. 20.

    They are, from left, kindergartener Landon Harris, first-grader Jack Leigh, second-grader Jennifer Etheridge, third-grader Emily Watkins and fourth- and fifth-graders Jamie Biggs and Brynn Mendez.

  • CES names Students of the Week

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently announced its Students of the Week.

    They are, from left, front, Kaleb Grya, Leigh Hicks, Brady Hoosier, Leo Lamer and Alexis Sharp. Middle, Deja Charles, Xierra Foster, Sarah Adkins, Laci Hodgens, Shelby Smith and Briana Davis.

    Back, Savanna Brockman, Dakota Hardin, Samantha Underwood, Jastyn Shively, Laura Lowe, Waylon Franklin and Lauryn Agathen.

  • School menus for Nov. 7-11

    Campbellsville Independent

    Nov. 7-11

    Monday - Regional KEA meeting. No school.

    Tuesday - Election Day. No school.

    Wednesday - Pizza, buttered corn, pears, vanilla wafers and milk with choice of pork chop.

    Thursday - Chili, cheese slice, crackers, corn chips, carrot sticks, applesauce and milk with choice of fried steak.

    Friday - Hot ham and cheese, potato wedges, buttered peas, mixed fruit and milk with choice of fish.

    Taylor County

  • TCHS band places sixth at semifinals

     

    The Taylor County High School Marching Band placed sixth in the Kentucky Music Educators Association Class AAA State Marching Band Semifinal event Saturday, Oct. 29, at Allen County-Scottsville.

    The Marching Cardinals received a distinguished score of 88.4. The top four bands advancing were Bourbon County, Adair County, Russell County and Garrard County. Boyle County was fifth.

  • Homecoming Royalty

     

    Campbellsville High School had its football homecoming on Friday as the Eagles defeated Fort Knox 25-24.

    Crowned king and queen were Trey Henry and Amythyst McColley, at left, while Hayden Neal and Megan Novak were named prince and princess.

  • Circuit Clerk’s office to open Saturday

    The Taylor Circuit Clerk’s Office will be open Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon due to the upcoming closure of the Department of Transportation office on Saturday Nov. 12.

  • Feds approve Medicaid managed care contracts

    Gov. Steve Beshear announced Monday that the state received notice from the federal Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services that it has deemed Kentucky’s Medicaid managed care systems prepared for this week’s transition of more than 500,000 Kentucky Medicaid recipients to managed care.

  • Somerset man sentenced to two years on pornography charges

    A Somerset man has pleaded guilty to distributing pornography and he has been sentenced to serve two years in prison for his crimes.
    Timothy L. Cook, 30, of 338 Frances Drive, was indicted in March by a Taylor County grand jury and charged with 13 counts of distributing matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.
    On Tuesday, Oct. 25, Cook pleaded guilty to the crimes. Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly sentenced Cook to two years in prison, to be served at the same time as sentences he received in three Pulaski County cases.

  • Man pleads guilty to sex offender registry violation

    A Campbellsville man has pleaded guilty and will spend time in prison for failing to comply with the terms of his sex offender registration.
    Kevin L. Wilson, 39, whose last known address is 211 W. Hord St., was indicted in July by a Taylor County grand jury.
    The charge against Wilson was his second, alleging he violated the terms by moving without permission. He was also charged with being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Local man pleads guilty to sexual abuse

    A Campbellsville man has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a young girl and could spend three years in prison for his crimes.
    Brian Waggoner, 32, of 408 Kentucky Ave., was indicted in June by a Taylor County grand jury and charged with two counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a girl who was younger than 12.
    On Tuesday, Oct. 25, Waggoner pleaded guilty to the crimes before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly.