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  • Taylor wins Ipad from Forcht Bank

    This year’s winner of Forcht Bank’s Ipad drawing, open to any graduating high school senior, is Jaquil Taylor.

  • Citizen's Bank donates to TCMS

    Citizens Bank & Trust Co. President Mark Johnson, left, recently presented a check for $10,000 to TCMS Principal Cherry Harvey. The money will be used for classroom technology.

  • Free fitness classes offered

    Campbellsville Health and Fitness is now offering a free fitness class for children ages 5 to 12 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m. The class offers youth access to professionally supervised group fitness activities at no cost and helps fight childhood obesity. Campbellsville Health and Fitness is located on 1951 Old Columbia Road, near Cox Interior.

  • Newton joins Davina’s

    Mary Rita Newton has joined Davina’s Plaza Salon as a hair stylist. Newton specializes in men’s and women’s cuts, perms, hair styling and color.
    She will work Monday and Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to closing and by appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.

  • Xtreme Fitness offers Zumba Classes

    Those wanting a little attitude with their workout and a little dance in their cardio can now look to Xtreme Fitness of Campbellsville. The gym is now offering Zumba, which combines international music with dance.
    “That’s exactly what Zumba is all about,” said Tiffany McElroy, a level one instructor. “It’s an exhilarating, effective, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance and fitness party.”

  • KORT offers free knee pain clinic

    During the month of June, KORT clinics throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana are offering a free screening for those suffering from knee pain. A board-certified physical therapist will provide a complimentary screening to help assess your condition. Visit www.kort.com for locations or call (800) 645 KORT to schedule an appointment.

  • Class of 2011

    More than 250 seniors graduated from Campbellsville and Taylor County high schools on Friday night.

    For more photos, see the slideshows on the www.cknj.com homepage.

    For photos from project graduation, see Thursday's issue.

  • No damage reported from overnight storms

    While there were downed trees throughout the county, no damages or injuries were reported as a result of a storm that rolled through Taylor County early Thursday morning.

    Ronnie Dooley, Taylor County Emergency Management public information coordinator, said the storm weakened as it approached Taylor County.

    Taylor County Rural Electric Cooperative received reports of outages affecting 130 customers, while Kentucky Utilities had less than five.

  • No damage reported from overnight storms

    While there were downed trees throughout the county, no damages or injuries were reported as a result of a storm that rolled through Taylor County early Thursday morning.

    Ronnie Dooley, Taylor County Emergency Management public information coordinator, said the storm weakened as it approached Taylor County.

    Taylor County Rural Electric Cooperative received reports of outages affecting 130 customers, while Kentucky Utilities had less than five.

  • TCES names Teacher of the Year

     

    Kim Shofner is the 2010-2011 Taylor County Elementary School Teacher of the Year. Shofner is pictured here with some of her second-grade students. Pictured are, from left, front, Rowan Warner, Alexis Williams, Jayden Sturgill, Taylor Whaley and April Haddock. Back: Julian Clifton, Joshua Ford, Trevor Vanover, Shofner, Tyran George and Anthony Grimes.