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Today's News

  • Warren-Posey

    Leona Warren and Alan Posey will exchange wedding vows on Friday, April 11.

    Warren is the daughter of Mary Warren and the late Roy Warren.

    Posey is the son of Nelson and Judy Posey.

    The wedding ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. at Elk Horn Baptist Church.

    All family and friends are invited to attend. No formal invitations will be sent.

  • Public record for 3-27-08

    Traffic

    George Herbert Bridgewater, 37, of North Columbia Avenue in Campbellsville, one headlight, failure to wear seat belts, dismissed; driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, second offense, $817, 14 days in jail, credit given for one day already served, 13 days to serve, alcohol drug education program, license suspended for 12 months.

    William J. Bright, 29, of Highway 289 in Lebanon, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, proof filed, dismissed.

  • Feathersburg Church of God plans revival

    Feathersburg Church of God will be hosting a revival from Sunday, April 6 through Wednesday, April 9.

    Service times are Sunday morning at 10:45 and Sunday evening at 6. Services on Monday through Wednesday are at 7 p.m.

    Bro. Charlie Heater of Paintsville, Ky. will be the evangelist. Special music is planned for each service.

    For more information, call the church at 789-4316.

  • Assigning secretary needed for 5th Region basketball

    The 5th Region Policy Board is accepting letters of interest for the position of varsity boys' and girls' basketball assigning secretary.

    This is for the school year 2008-2009.

    Anyone interested should mail a letter to: Jerry Taylor, P.O. Box 37, Munfordville, Ky. 42765.

    Deadline is Tuesday, April 29.

  • Weather spotter class offered April 8

    Taylor County Emergency Management, in conjunction with Campbellsville-Taylor County Fire Department, will host an advanced spotters class at the Campbellsville-Taylor County Fire Department's third floor meeting room Tuesday, April 8 at 7 p.m.

    The certified training will be taught by National Weather Service staff and will last about two hours. Emergency service personnel, school officials, industrial safety officials, those responsible for public safety and the general public are invited to attend.

  • Taylor weightlifters do well

    Taylor County finished in a third-place tie in Class 3A at the Kentucky High School State Weightlifting Meet on March 15 at Central Hardin.

    The Cardinals tied Elizabethtown behind Russell and Spencer counties in a competition with more than 380 participants.

    Junior Chris Thomas paced Taylor County to its high finish by winning the 205-pound weight class with lifts totaling 920 pounds - 340 on bench press and a dead lift of 580 pounds.

    Other Cards performers were:

    - Sophomore Huston Bragg, 14th in the heavyweight class (710, 250-460)

  • Blood drives is April 11

    The official World Health Day 2008 celebration is Monday, April 7, but you can help make the world a healthier place all month long by donating blood.

    This year's World Health Day theme is "Protecting health from climate change." Extreme weather-related disasters are just one concern related to climate change.

  • KCS students compete in science fair

    Kentucky Christian School students recently competed in the Association of Christian School International Regional Science Fair in Lawrenceburg. Pictured are, from left, front: Cory Pace, third grade, superior ribbon; and Lynsey Smith, fourth grade, superior ribbon. Back: Cole Frazier, second grade, blue ribbon; Korri Briggs, fourth grade, blue ribbon; and second graders Faith Gaddis and Mattison Blakeman, blue ribbons, and Sara Clark, red ribbon. Pace and Smith also received the judges' award for their grades.

  • Third-graders stage Shakespeare's most famous play

    Staff Report

    Students in Rebecca Grant's third-grade class at Taylor County Elementary finished up a unit on William Shakespeare recently by performing one of his most famous plays.

    On Sunday, March 16, the students performed "Romeo & Juliet" for their parents and the community. Students performed selected scenes from Act I, Act III, Act IV and Act V.

    But the unit was not simply about performing in a play, according to Grant.

    "The students created their own advertising by making their own posters," she said. "They also made their own programs and invitations."

  • Judge revokes man's probation

    A Kentucky man has had his probation revoked and will spend five years in prison on burglary and theft charges.

    Jason James Christopher Moore, 28, of Viper, Ky., appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Doughlas M. George on Tuesday, March 18.