Today's News

  • Jan. 19-31 games


  • Campbellsville Fire Department fined $25,200


    The Campbellsville Fire Department has been fined $25,200 by state safety regulators in relation to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that killed one fireman and hurt three others in August.

    The incident happened when the fire department was helping Campbellsville University's marching band with its Ice Bucket Challenge. An aerial ladder truck bucket came into contact with power lines, and men in the bucket and on the ground were injured. One of them, Tony Grider, died a month after the incident from injuries he sustained.

  • Green takes down TCHS girls


  • Pulaski punches out Lady Eagles


  • Let it go!

    Lori and I were putting up groceries while our 2-year-old grandson, Eli, was making himself at home, sitting there cross-legged on the kitchen cabinet, chomping on a cookie. He reached for a bag of frozen strawberries I had set next to him.

    “You can’t have those, Eli,” I smiled. “They’re frozen.”

    At the word, “frozen,” he promptly began singing, “Let it go, let it go, let it go.”

    Lori laughed; I was confused.

  • Getting the House in order focus of first week of 2015 session

    This week marked the start of the 2015 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. For this year’s session, we are only scheduled to meet for 30 days, and we spent the first week more or less getting the House of Representatives in order. 

  • County to make repairs at courthouse

    Two upcoming projects were the main topics of discussion at this week’s Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting. The first dealt with the renovation and repairs to the main floor of the old courthouse.

     “I think it’s time to renovate and make repairs to the remaining offices of the main floor of the courthouse,” Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers said while introducing the subject. “As you walk through [the main floor of the courthouse], the ceiling tiles are in need of replacement.”

  • CU teams keep lofty rankings

    Campbellsville University’s men’s and women’s basketball squads remained first and third in the latest NAIA polls and did little to hurt those rankings with easy Monday night home wins over the winless Fisk University teams of Nashville.
    The top-rated CU men  got 16 points from point guard D’Von Campbell and 14 points and 16 rebounds from Damontre Harris to conquer Fisk 82-64.

  • Campbellsville Independent Schools’ mobile app goes live


    Campbellsville Independent School District now has a free mobile application for students, parents and community members to stay up-to-date on what is happening in the district, directly from their smart phone or tablet.

    The application is available for free download by searching for the “SchoolCast for Me” app on any smart phone or tablet.

  • Webster joins Berea's 1,000-point club