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  • More end-of-course exam details revealed

    Details are trickling out about the end-of-course exams that will replace assessment tests for high school students. And while local principals say they don't yet know all of the details, they now have a better idea of what to expect.

  • City gives final approval to budget

    Campbellsville City Council members gave final approval to the 2010-2011 budget during a five-minute special meeting Monday.

    The vote was unanimous. Council members Patti Phillips, Vangie Ford and Stan McKinney did not attend the meeting.

    The $14.9 million budget includes 2 percent raises for City employees, which will cost about $71,000. Salaries total $3.5 million. With the 2 percent raise, Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young will earn $42,161.

    On Tuesday morning, Young said several revenue sources will see cuts in the 2011-2012 budget year.

  • More taxes?

    Just when gas prices begin to show signs of relief at the pumps, the state is increasing its gasoline tax.

    Tomorrow, the Kentucky gas tax will increase 1.9 cents per gallon. Kentucky residents will see one of the highest tax increases to date - from 25.9 to 27.8 cents per gallon.

    The cause of the increase is linked to a law that ties the average wholesale price of gasoline to the gasoline tax, according to the state Transportation Cabinet.

  • TC students graduate from youth leadership program

     

    While other students were taking a summer break from classes, Taylor County students Cooper Hall and Grant Cox were putting their math, science and technology skills to work at The Center for Rural Development's Rogers Explorers program.

    The rising ninth-grade students received real-life experiences in some of the industry's leading professional careers and developed critical leadership skills as the region's next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs.

  • CU students serve in missions, ministry over summer break

    Christina L. Kern

    Campbellsville University

    Nearly 70 Campbellsville University students are spending at least part of their summer in missions and ministry. Whether the student is interning in a church, going on a mission trip or working at a summer church camp, students from CU are all over the world preaching the name of Christ.

  • Leaving for Camp

     

    More than 75 children from Campbellsville and Taylor County left Tuesday, June 28 for 4-H Camp at Lake Cumberland. Parents waited by the buses to say goodbye. Amanda Sublett is the Taylor County Extension Agent for 4-H and Youth Development.

  • Local students participate in 'Spur of the Moment' workshop

     

    Students in fourth through eighth grades participated in a "Spur of the Moment" Improv Workshop at Campbellsville University's Russ Mobley Theater on June 20-24. All of the students were from Campbellsville except Samantha Mangan from Indiana.

  • Local students participate in 'Spur of the Moment' workshop

     

    Students from Campbellsville and Columbia in kindergarten through third grade participated in a "Spur of the Moment" Improv Workshop at Campbellsville University's Russ Mobley Theater on June 20-24.

  • TCMS cheerleaders go to Somer Splash

     

    Taylor County Middle School's 2011-2012 cheerleading squad recently took a trip to Somer Splash. Attending were Sydney Benningfield, Hannah Gadberry, Maddie Tungate, Cailee Higdon, Alexia Moss, Ally Currie, Danae Brockman, Rebekah Ellis, Emily Lee, Shelby Lemmon, Makayla Herron, Danielle Dickens, Madison South, Savannah Graham and several parents and friends. Not pictured are Kate Cheatham, Taylor Edelen and Morgan Roney. The team is coached by Lindsey Atwood.

  • Campbellsville native joins staff of Republican Party of Kentucky

    LeAnn Stanfield Straley, a 2008 graduate of Taylor County High School and 2011 graduate of Campbellsville University, has been named regional victory coordinator for the Republican Party of Kentucky.
    Straley will assist in the party’s grassroots and turnout efforts toward the election of all Republican candidates appearing on the ballot this fall. She will work primarily out of the Republican Party’s Fayette County office.