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  • The sound of Gershwin

    The sounds of an orchestra infused with the energy of a cabaret filled The Gheens Recital Hall on Friday night.

    The 2011-2012 Central Kentucky Arts Series kicked off with a performance at Campbellsville University by the Spectrum Brass ensemble, based in Michigan.

    The All-Gershwin Revue program was titled “Who Could Ask For Anything More?”

    The next arts series event is planned for Tuesday, Nov. 15 with Octavia Sexton performing at CU’s Mobley Theater at 7 p.m.

  • Campbellsville man dies in Friday night crash

     

  • One injured in KY 70 crash

    One person was injured Saturday in a two-vehicle crash on KY 70.
    According to a Taylor County Sheriff’s Office report, Larry Sherrill, 61, of 204B Davis St. in Campbellsville was traveling west on KY 70 at 5:15 p.m. when his 2001 Ford passenger car dropped off the right shoulder of the road. Sherrill lost control of his vehicle, skidded into the eastbound lane and struck a 2007 GMC pickup truck driven by Mark Sanford, 49, of 8659 Knifley Road in Columbia.

  • Tax audit released

    State Auditor Crit Luallen has released her annual audit of the settlement of 2010 taxes by former Taylor County Sheriff John Shipp.
    The auditor issues two sheriff’s reports each year, one for the tax account and the other on the fees used to operate the office.
    Luallen noted that Shipp has a $658 deficit in his official tax account.

  • Signed UK basketball to be raffled

    The Hiestand House and Taylor County Museum will raffle a University of Kentucky basketball signed by coach John Calipari.
    Tickets are $1 each or $5 for six. All proceeds will go to the Hiestand House and Taylor County Museum. Tickets are available at Citizens Bank and Trust Co. and Taylor County Bank and from any Hiestand House board member.
    The basketball will be raffled Tuesday, Dec. 6 at the Campbellsville v. Taylor County basketball game.
    The ball was donated with the help of State Rep. Bam Carney, R-Campbellsville.

  • 9/11/01: ‘Never Forgotten’

    About 50 people gathered at Miller Park Sunday in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States. Organized by Campbellsville Fire & Rescue and Campbellsville Police Department, the half-hour event featured various city and county officials offering their thoughts on Sept. 11. Earlier in the day, the city’s emergency siren sounded at 9:59 a.m. and again at 10:28 a.m., the times that the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers fell after being struck by airplanes.

  • County tax rates to decrease

    Property owners in Taylor County will see a decrease in their tax rate this year, which means they could be paying less.
    Tax rates for some local taxing districts will increase this year, though the county’s property tax revenue is expected to remain the same with rates that are a bit lower than last year’s.
    Taylor County Fiscal Court has each year approved a “compensating” tax rate, which means that the new tax rate is expected to bring in about the same amount of money as the previous year’s rate.

  • Moreland joins CKNJ

    The Central Kentucky News-Journal has a new leader.
    Jeff Moreland joined the staff Monday. Moreland takes on the new publisher/editor role, filling positions vacated last week by publisher Patrick Keefe and editor Rebecca Cassell.

  • Man pleads guilty to sodomy charge

    A former Campbellsville man accused of sodomizing a young boy in Green County has pleaded guilty to the crimes and could spend 10 years in prison for them.
    Campbellsville Police arrested Dennis “Booger” Joseph Milby, 33, of 909 Hamilton Court in April on an active Green County arrest warrant.

  • Homeplace Fall Festival

    About 1,500 people attended this year’s fall festival at The Homeplace on Green River. There were many activities for adults and children alike, from making cornhusk dolls to shopping for handmade items to riding horses.