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Today's News

  • It's time for a good spring cleaning

    Spring is in the air. March lilies are beginning to appear, birds are chirping and children are playing outside. Spring is a time for fresh beginnings.

    It's also a time that many of us to do a thorough spring cleaning of our homes. And we should do that for our community as well.

    This week is Commonwealth Cleanup Week, an annual weeklong event geared toward cleaning up Kentucky's communities. All across the state, groups are cleaning up roadsides and parks in their communities.

    But here in Taylor County, it seems we're off to a slow start.

  • Attorney general announces Medicaid fraud settlement with CVS Pharmacy

    Attorney General Jack Conway announced last week that Kentucky will receive a $1.36 million settlement from CVS Caremark Corp. for defrauding the state Medicaid program.

    CVS overcharged the Kentucky Medicaid program by systematically switching Medicaid recipients whose physicians had prescribed ranitidine, the generic form of the popular antacid drug Zantac, tablets to the higher-priced capsule form of the drug.

  • Tigers upset No. 6 seed Concordia

    Campbellsville University watched a nine-point halftime lead evaporate, but rode the combined 55 points by Bubba Long and Nestor Colmenares to a 72-63 upset victory over Concordia in the first round of the NAIA Division I men's national tournament in Kansas City, Mo. on Thursday.

    "It's exciting to win a game three years (at nationals) in a row, and I hope we're not done yet and not satisfied with that," said winning coach Keith Adkins.

    The Tigers have reached the round of 16 the past three years. Campbellsville played McKendree (Ill.) on Friday afternoon.

  • Hair today, gone tomorrow

    Katie Irwin was just another name on a list - a rather long list - of people willing to have their heads shaved to help kids fight cancer.

    I didn't know Irwin before March 15th and still don't, really. But I feel close to her - a member of the hairless brother/sisterhood, if you will.

    Irwin is the Campbellsville University junior who baby-sits Max and Heather Wise's children - Grayson, Jackson and Carter. The latter is the 10-month-old in the midst of a battery of cancer treatments for something called Stage IV neuroblastoma.

  • CU to present plant conservation talk

    Dr. Thomas G. Barnes will be presenting a program in Campbellsville University's Little Auditorium on Friday, April 4 at 2 p.m.

    Barnes is a Kentucky state extension wildlife specialist and associate extension professor of forestry at the University of Kentucky.

    He will speak on "Rare Plant Conservation and Kentucky's Last Great Places" during the presentation, which is free and open to the public.

    Immediately following Barnes' address, there will be a book signing for his two books: "Kentucky's Last Great Places" and "Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky."

  • Public record for March 24

    District Civil Filed

    08-C-102, filed 3/13/08; Capital One Bank v. Rita L. Begley of Lowell Avenue in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on account, $1,004.01, interest, court costs and attorney's fees.

    08-C-103, filed 3/13/08; Capital One Bank (USA) NA of Richmond, Va. v. Roger H. Hardin Jr. of Smith Ridge Road in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on account, $957.16, interest, court costs, attorney's fees and $1,168.04 in interest.

  • Campbellsville officer among recent police training graduates

    Campbellsville Police Officer Andrew R. Warren is among 25 officers to graduate recently from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.

    The officers of Class 390 completed 18 weeks of training, which consisted of more than 750 hours, recruit-level officer academy instruction. Major training areas included homeland security, law offenses and procedures, vehicle operations, firearms, investigations, first aid/CPR, patrol procedures, orientation for new law enforcement families, and mechanics of arrest, restraint and control.

  • 4-H Variety Show is April 11

    Do you love to sing or play the piano? Do you play an instrument or perform gymnastics? The 4-H Variety Show is your time to shine.

    Everyone has some talent that they can showcase in the 4-H talent show. The contest is open to all youth ages 5-18 who live in Taylor County.

    The talent show is scheduled for Friday, April 11 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Ransdell Chapel at Campbellsville University.

  • Extension homemakers to award scholarships

    Taylor County Extension Homemakers have announced that they are again offering college scholarships this year.

    Graduating seniors in Campbellsville and Taylor County high school districts are invited to apply for the $500 award. One scholarship is given in each of the districts.

    In addition to academic, financial and extra-curricular considerations, applicants will be judged on involvement in Family and Consumer Sciences, FCCLA, 4-H and other family and consumer science related courses and activities.

  • CU men's golf first in own tourney

    The Campbellsville University men's golf team captured their Spring Invitational on March 17-18 at the Old Silo Golf Club in Mt. Sterling.

    The Tiger men shot a two-day total of 589 to win the tournament with Cumberland (Tenn.) University the runner-up.

    CU seniors Jeffrey Gumm and Jeff Sullivan each shot a two-day total of 144. Gumm won medalist honors after a three-hole playoff.