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Local News

  • Car catches fire on Tebbs Bend Road
  • One injured in KY 70 crash

    A Finley woman was injured Monday night after she crashed her vehicle into a guardrail.
    According to a Taylor County Sheriff’s Office report, Emma J. Dalton, 36, of 8304 Calvary Road, was driving west on KY 70 at about 8:15 p.m. in a 1993 Lexus when she dropped off the right side of the road, overcorrected and then struck the guardrail on the left hand side of the road.
    Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS personnel treated Dalton at the scene and transported her to Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • One injured in Saloma Road crash

    A teenager was injured Monday in a two-vehicle crash on Saloma Road.
    According to a Taylor County Sheriff’s Office report, Clayton Rule, 20, of 3034 Raikes Hill Road in Elk Horn, had stopped to allow a vehicle to turn left onto Twin Creek Road.
    Cynthia Frank, 19, of 550 Old Pitman Road in Campbellsville, didn’t notice that Rule had stopped his 2003 Ford Crown Victoria and she struck the rear of it with her 2010 Ford Focus. The crash happened at about 5:40 p.m.

  • Senator nominated for leadership program

     

  • Man charged with stealing cattle

     

  • Progress being made at new Kentucky Christian Academy site

     

    Those driving by can see a building starting to take shape, with piles of metal here and there. But it's not just seeing the building take shape that excites those at Kentucky Christian Academy, it's knowing what will happen inside.

    "It is still a metal building, but what the teachers and administrators do inside is what matters," he says.

  • Arrest made in check scam

     

    "Hello," he says as he answers the phone.

    Someone from the Federal Grant Commission is on the line, asking for his banking information. If he gives the information, he is told, a large sum of money will be deposited into his account.

    Suspecting the call is from someone trying to scam him, he hangs up the phone.

  • Marine with local ties murdered in robbery

     

    A night out in Lexington to celebrate a birthday ended in tragedy for a Versailles couple on Saturday, June 21.

    Lance Cpl. Jonathan Price and his wife, Megan, were leaving Austin City Saloon on Woodhill Drive shortly before 1:30 a.m. when they were approached by two suspects, one who was armed with a gun, and demanded money.

    According to Sherelle Roberts, public information officer for Lexington Police, Jonathan Price was shot in the back and Megan Price was shot in the leg during the altercation.

  • Green River Ministries again going strong

     

    The mission is simple - to help people in need. And with the community's support, Green River Ministries is still helping those who need a hand.

    For the past two years, GRM hasn't received the grant funding it once depended on to operate. Since then, GRM officials have asked the community to help keep its office and homeless shelter open.

  • Corvette club cruises for a cause

     

    It's been a few years ago since they had one, but judging by the size of the crowd on Saturday, there will be many more to come.

    Classical Glass Corvette Club had a cruise at Green River Lake on Saturday, the first it has hosted in the past several years.

    In the past, the cruise had been an annual summer event at GRL. But scheduling created a hiccup in planning, and the club ended its tradition.