Local News

  • 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.

  • Taylor County, Campbellsville featured on Travel Kentucky app

    Taylor County is featured prominently on the Travel Kentucky application for iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Google Android smartphone technologies.
    According to the Taylor County Tourist Commission, the Travel Kentucky app showcases statewide tourism destinations through a combination of themed tours, searchable category directories and real-time, GPS-triggered, turn-by-turn directional routing.
    Created by Kentucky Monthly magazine, the app is available now on iTunes and the Android Marketplace as a free download.

  • Campbellsville man among three arrested on drug charges in LaRue County

    Three people, including a Campbellsville man, are facing drug charges in LaRue County after officers allegedly found $4,000 worth of prescription drugs in their vehicle.
    Jennifer Lynn Ahmer, 26, and Robert Allen Fulkerson, 26, both of Greensburg, and Joseph Douglas Caven, 31, of Campbellsville were arrested and charged with first-degree selling a controlled substance, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, prescription/controlled substance not in its original container and possession of drug supplies.

  • Campbellsville woman indicted in Marion Circuit Court

    Crystal B. McNear, 28, of 6376 Old Lebanon Road in Campbellsville was indicted in Marion Circuit Court last Thursday on a charge of third-degree rape.
    According to the indictment, between Dec. 12, 2010, and March 19, 2011, McNear, who was an employee of Marion Adjustment Center, allegedly subjected a person who she knew was incarcerated by the Department of Correction, Department of Juvenile Justice to sexual intercourse.
    Bond was set at $15,000 and she was ordered not have contact with the alleged victim.

  • One injured in three-vehicle crash

    A Lebanon woman was injured in a three-vehicle crash Friday on Meader Street.
    According to a Campbellsville Police report, Mark Moore, 56, of Campbellsville was attempting a left turn from Meader Street into a driveway when his vehicle crossed the center line and struck a 1992 Chevrolet S-10 driven by Tiffany Marple, 20, of Lebanon.
    Marple’s vehicle then struck a parked vehicle in a nearby driveway. The vehicle, which was unoccupied, was owned by Terry Houk. The collision occurred at 5:36 p.m.

  • BBB warns of door-to-door sales

    Better Business Bureau has learned that Sylvan Learning Center of Elizabethtown has received reports of two men selling “Sylvan” books door-to-door in Hardin County.
    The men are wearing name tags to look like official representatives of the organization, and one even told a consumer he was an exchange student from Florida trying to legitimize sales.
    The books are being sold for $130 with the promise of being hand-delivered in August. Sylvan is in no way affiliated with these men and doesn’t sell books door-to-door at any time.