Local News

  • Three injured in crash at U.S. 68/KY 210 intersection

    Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision Tuesday night at the intersection of U.S. 68 and KY 210.
    According to a Campbellsville Police report, Morris Cave, 23, of Greensburg was driving a 2005 Nissan Sentra east on U.S. 68 when he turned into the path of a 1990 GMC pickup driven by Charles W. Warren, 56, of Campbellsville. Warren was traveling west on U.S. 68. The collision occurred at 9:11 p.m.

  • One injured in U.S. 68/KY 55 intersection collision

    A Somerset woman was injured in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. 68 and KY 55 on Wednesday morning.
    According to a Campbellsville Police report, James D. Smith, 54, of Campbellsville was driving a 1999 Ford pickup east on U.S. 68 when he swerved to avoid a vehicle that was turning left on KY 55. Smith’s vehicle then struck a 2000 Pontiac driven by Cynthia Spencer, 54, of Somerset. Spencer was stopped at a traffic light on KY 55. The collision occurred at 6:13 a.m.

  • Six injured in two-vehicle crash

    Six people were injured Sunday, Oct. 16, in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 68.
    According to a Taylor County Sheriff’s Office report, Juan Saucedo, 18, of Versailles pulled onto U.S. 68 from KY 744 in a 2005 Nissan pickup truck at 4:30 p.m. and struck a 1996 Mercury Villager driven by Jonathon Rowland, 22, of 158 Northwood Drive in Lexington.
    Tonya Rowland and Julie Rowland, passengers in Jonathon Rowland’s vehicle, were injured in the crash.
    Saucedo and passengers Jennifer Montano, Humerto Reyes and Yamileth Escamill were also injured in the crash.

  • Golf scramble donations

    Taylor Regional Hospital Charity Golf Scramble received a big boost from two local banks. Citizens Bank & Trust Co. and Taylor County Bank were major sponsors of the third annual event. Each bank donated $5,000 toward the purchase of a second van, which will be used to expand the existing free van service offered to TRH patients. 

  • Coldwell Banker Co. National Award winner has Campbellsville ties

    Coldwell Banker Co. and Managing Broker Kevin Farris recently announced that Lisa Ford Hornback was named the 2010 National Award winner.
    Hornback, the daughter of Donald and Juanita Ford of Campbellsville, closed 59 units receiving the distinguish International President’s Elite Award. She is in the top 1 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents in the nation.
    Hornback also received the Most Closed Units, Most Listings Taken, Highest Closed Volume, Most Listings Sold, Most Buyer Controlled Sales, Gold Plus Award and Most GCI Closed awards.

  • Dr. El-Atfy leaving TRH sleep center

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently announced that Dr. Asser El-Atfy, pulmonologist and sleep medicine specialist, will be leaving the Taylor Regional Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Clinic. His last day in the clinic will be Nov. 10.
    El-Atfy has served this region well, and will be greatly missed, stated TRH CEO Jane Wheatley. However, she said, Taylor Regional Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Clinic will continue to be staffed by a qualified pulmonary and sleep medicine physician and remain open for appointments for both pulmonary and sleep-related disorders on the same schedule.

  • Gaines joins HaiRx

    Michelle Gaines has joined HaiRx, located at 106 Churchill Drive in Campbellsville near Campbellsville University. Gaines is a color specialist and master designer and specializes in creative updos and makeup artistry for all occasions. She is available by appointment only.

  • Gardner’s HairCare opens

    Gardner’s HairCare has joined Gardner’s Photography at 198 Honeysuckle Lane in the Farmgate Subdivision, located off Lebanon Road. Gardner’s HairCare offers full salon services. Products include Matrix, Big Sexy Hair and Sukesha. Appointments, call-aheads and walk-ins are welcome. They are open Tuesday through Saturday. Monisa and Terry Gardner are the owners.

  • Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville re-launched

    Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville has been re-launched, according to The Mumford Co., a real estate brokerage firm that represented Ahlan Wasahlan Hospitality in the sale of the Holiday Inn Express of Campbellsville to R&R Hospitality.

  • Amedisys offering personal emergency response systems for its home care patients

    Amedisys Home Health Care of Campbellsville, a part of Amedisys Inc., a leading home health care and hospice services company, has announced that it is providing personal emergency response systems for its home care patients.
    The PERS devices will be provided free while the patient is under Amedisys care. Upon discharge from the Amedisys home care services, the patient will have the opportunity to continue the service by paying a market-rate fee directly to the service provider.