Local News

  • Peers for Peace wins contest


    The Taylor County Middle School Peers for Peace club was recently awarded $500 and certificates for its winning entry in the 2011 Child Abuse Prevention Month Art/Banner Contest.

    The award was given by the Cabinet for Heath and Family Services and the Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky.

  • CES students visit capitol


    State Rep. Bam Carney, R-Campbellsville, at left, visited with fourth-grade students from Campbellsville Elementary School in Frankfort on May 20. The students' visit included a tour of the state capitol and legislative chambers.

  • CES honors STLP members


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently honored its third-grade Student Technology Leadership Program members. They are, front, Jewell Cox. From left, middle, Tristan Lopez, Taliyah Hazelwood, Bailey Thompson, Emily Rodgers, Alexis Lambert, Savanna Brockman and Chloe Holt. Back: Ben Arachi, Kameron Smith, Patrick Walker, Gavin Johnson, Cole Kidwell and John Orberson.

  • CES honors STLP members


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently honored its fourth-grade Student Technology Leadership Program members. They are, from left, front, Elizabeth Sullivan, Piper Rucker, Tabitha Burress, Abbie Dicken, John Michael Netherland and Payton Reynolds. Back: Chaz Cave, Cody Cox, Brandon Tucker, Cristina Barrera, Nicolas Cowan and Casey Hardin.

  • Taylor Regional Hospital names spring 2011 ambassador

    David Fain has been named the Taylor Regional Hospital Ambassador for spring 2011. Other nominees were Diane Bland, Jessica Castenir and Leanne Parrish. Fain was nominated by a team member.  
    The following was written about Fain on nomination forms.

  • Bluegrass Cellular celebrates 20 years

    Bluegrass Cellular celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday, May 20.

  • 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.