Today's News

  • CU Tigers take three from Lindsey Wilson on diamond


  • No. 5 Lady Tigers win 16th straight, now 32-7


  • Softball, baseball teams play in Florida

    All four local baseball and softball teams competed in beach bash play in Florida this week.
    Lady Eagle softballers
    Campbellsville got two-hit games from Keena Angel and Brenna Wethington but fell 1-0 to Washington County in Sunday’s first game in Florida.
    The Commanderettes plated the game’s lone run in the bottom of the second inning.
    The Lady Eagles (7-5) bounced back to upend Hazard 8-2 on Monday with a three-run frames in the fourth and sixth.

  • Six Lady Tiger wrestlers headed to Olympic Trials


  • Early Days March 31, 2016

    Ten years ago

    March 23, 2006

    Leah Kay, Lindsey Rae and Lauren Ann Nelson celebrated their first birthday Saturday, March 11, with a Winnie the Pooh party at their home. They are the daughters of Mark and Kay Nelson of Columbia.

    David Simmons and Donna Noe Pierce will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary this weekend. They exchanged vows on March 24, 1966.

  • Early Days April 7, 2016


    April 6, 2006

    Lloyd Clifton "Buck" Carter, 65, died Tuesday afternoon after being pinned beneath his International 460 tractor.

    The United States Achievement Academy has named Megan Perkins of Campbellsville a United States National Award Winner in band.

    A retirement reception was held for Mary Ann Brown on March 31 in recognition of her 50 years of service to Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • State may fund KY 210 improvement planning study


    There could be money in the state budget for a scoping and planning study on improvements to KY 210 from Campbellsville to the Lincoln Parkway in Hodgenville.

    That’s the message from Ron McMahan, executive director for Team Taylor County, the county’s economic development authority.

    “The House has $600,000. The Senate has $250,000 proposed for a scope study on 210,” said State Sen. Max Wise (R-Campbellsville). “It will be decided during the conference committee.”

  • Dunkin' Donuts coming to Campbellsville


    A Dunkin’ Donuts will likely open this summer on the former site of Jackson Gas at 504 E. Broadway St.

    “Everything has been approved. There’s even a store number,” said Troy Curry, who co-owns the property with his wife, Leah. “It’s been a long time coming.”

    Talks started last fall, but Curry said it’s taken some time to get everything approved. He didn’t know the store number at press time.

  • Wet-dry petitions now available


    Petitions for a special alcohol referendum in Campbellsville appeared last week at Harden Coffee on Main Street and Phillips Lanes, a bowling alley at 164 Bambi Dr.

    Pat Keefe is behind the petition.

    “I’ll be visiting voters door-to-door in a week or two,” said Keefe. To hold a wet/dry election, a person or group has to collect signatures on a petition; the number of signatures has to be at least 25 percent of the voter turnout from the last election.

  • Near-death experience helps change outlook for local woman battling drug abuse


    Stormy Colvin is a daughter, sister, mother, friend, girlfriend, an ex-addict and most recently a fighter. Colvin has been addicted and using IV drugs for the past two years and it wasn’t until last month that a close call with death would be enough to scare her to get clean.  

    “I’ve never been so close to death in my life,” she said. “I was terrified.”

    She was taking a mix of Subutex and methamphetamine on a daily basis, putting a needle in her arm up to 20 times a day to just get that high.