Local News

  • Campbellsville Schools will offer summer food program

    Campbellsville Independent Schools will again offer the Kentucky Summer Food Service Program.

    Meals will be served in the Campbellsville High/Elementary cafeteria Monday through Friday to children younger than 19 at no charge. The program began June 1 and continues through June 30.

    Breakfast will be served from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. and lunch will be from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

    The cafeteria will arrange meals for groups of children attending church activities, camps or nonprofit community programs.

  • TCHS wins second place at plane competition


    The 2011 Kentucky Institute for Aerospace Education and University of Kentucky State Wing Design Competition, sponsored by NASA and R.J. Corman Aviation Services, was Tuesday, May 24 at R.J. Corman field in Nicholasville.

    Taylor County High School won second place overall during the competition, first place for a written report and best uniform recognition.

    TCHS students designed their own remote control airplane.

  • CES students receive art awards


    Campbellsville Elementary School fourth-grade students recently received art awards. They are, from left, Seth Tindal, Cristina Phipps, Amelia Rafferty and Glenn Lamer.

  • PRIDE club picks up trash


    God's World PRIDE club picked up trash at Veterans Memorial Park in April for PRIDE spring cleanup month. From left are Leticia Barros, Gabriel Cunha, Tanner Brockman, Jayden Murphy and Austin Malone.

  • CES announces field day winners


    Classroom winners for Campbellsville Elementary School's field day events were recently announced.

  • Clarke wins Bloom Award

    TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky hosted the first Experience the Bloom Awards on Tuesday, May 24 at The Center for Rural Development.
    Bloom stands for Business, Leadership, Opportunities, Organization and Motivation. These awards were created to honor those who have gone above and beyond to make the visitors experience outstanding. Nominations were made by tourism professionals across TOUR SEKY’s 47 county region.
    Marilyn Clarke, former executive director of the Campbellsville/Taylor County Tourist Commission, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

  • House passes Guthrie legislation cutting mandatory spending

    Congressman Brett Guthrie announced recently that the U.S. House of Representatives passed his bill, H.R. 1216, with a 234-185 vote.
    Guthrie’s bill targets one of the many mandatory spending accounts included in the recently signed health care law.  

  • Local KSP troopers honored

    The Kentucky State Police announced the 2010 Trooper of the Year and other awards for acts of bravery, life saving, professionalism and dedication to duty recently during a ceremony at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort.
    Two troopers from Post 15 in Columbia, which includes Taylor County, were honored.
    Trooper Logan R. Richardson was among 18 troopers named Trooper of the Year at the post, branch or division level.
    Det. Bramlett J. Burton was among 19 troopers named Detective of the Year at the post, branch or division level.

  • World Finance opens Campbellsville office

  • Taylor Regional Hospital recognizes AHA Instructors of the Year

    The American Heart Association Training Center at Taylor Regional Hospital recently announcecd the 2011 Instructor of the Year awards. The winners are: