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  • Two charged in sealed indictments

    Two Campbellsville residents have been charged with drug crimes in indictments recently unsealed by a Taylor Circuit Court judge.

    A grand jury may seal an indictment if there is a possibility that the accused will try to evade police.

    - Jeremy Mathew Holmes, 26, of Ray Street was indicted on charges of first-degree selling a controlled substance and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Campbellsville woman arrested in Lebanon

    A Campbellsville woman was arrested in Lebanon on a drunken driving charge.

    Deena Collings, 23, was arrested after a traffic stop by Kentucky State Police on KY 49, about a mile north of Lebanon.

    According to a KSP report, Collings was arrested at 1:22 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23 and charged with aggravated DUI. She was lodged in the Marion County jail.

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  • Man accused of burglary after found asleep in home

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with burglary after he was found asleep in someone's home.

    David D. Fisher, 34, of 70 Anna Court was arrested Thursday, Aug. 22 at 9:29 a.m.

    According to Fisher's arrest citation, the owner of a home on West Walnut Street called police and reported that someone was inside his home asleep without permission.

    Court records state that the homeowner told police that he did not rent his home or give Fisher permission to be in the home.

  • UpdatePolice evacuate homes after shots fired

    Police are still searching for the person who shot at officers Thursday morning.

    Campbellsville Police officers were at Sycamore Trailer Park on Sycamore Loop at around 10:30 a.m. on Thursday to conduct a follow-up interview concerning a drug investigation. While officers were at a residence, a shot was fired.

    Campbellsville Police Chief Dennis Benningfield said officers called for backup while attempting to determine where the shot originated.

    After backup arrived, an additional shot was fired.

  • Democratic State Rep candidate chosen

    Democrats have a new State Representative candidate.

    Billy Joe Fudge of Adair County has been appointed to fill the November ballot vacancy. Fudge will replace Doug Mullins, who withdrew after doctors discovered he had lung cancer.

    Earlier this month, Mullins stated in a press release that radiation and chemotherapy treatments would hamper his ability to run an effective campaign. If elected, he stated, his illness and the treatment would prevent him from serving effectively during the first year of his term.

  • King of the Castle

    Doug Quinn remembers riding by the castle on Versailles Road in Lexington many times. And for all those times he saw the castle, he never thought he'd find himself inside. But, today, that's exactly where he is.

    Quinn, an account executive for Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, is serving as WHI project manager on the castle restoration.

    WHI is providing all of the moldings, doors, ceiling work and other woodwork.

  • Jobless graduates wonder why

    Laura Edwards thought she was starting her job search too soon. After all, it was January and she wasn't set to graduate until July. She soon discovered she might have started too late.

    "It's discouraging," said Edwards, who received her degree in business administration from Campbellsville University.

    "There are not that many opportunities around here. Everything I've applied for, they either had someone in mind or someone's [family member] was taking the job."

  • Community history grants available

    From conservation to technology, the Kentucky Historical Society is offering several grants to help preserve the state's history.

    Community history grants are available to museums, historical organizations, educational institutions, city and county governments and other community groups for a variety of projects, ranging from educational programming and exhibitions to community festivals and local history publications.

    Applications may be made in four different categories - project grants, conservation support, local history and technology.

  • Police warn of Publisher's Clearing House scam

    Kentucky State Police are warning residents about a Publisher's Clearing House scam.

    According to a KSP press release, Forcht Bank in Campbellsville has received out-of-state calls from people attempting to verify a Publisher's Clearing House check. The checks have Forcht Bank's routing number, but bank officials say the checks are not valid.

    Those who received the checks were told to call to process their claim and to send money in order to complete the process. The FBI has been notified by Forcht Bank and is currently investigating the complaint.