Today's News

  • Property transfers for May 7

    It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "Property Transfers" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.

    The amount listed is the price paid or the fair market value of the property.

    Eric N. Perkins of Coppock Street in Campbellsville to Nelson R. and Amanda Bishop Jr. of Virgie Lane in Campbellsville, a tract of land on Virgie Lane, 2.03 acres, $20,000.

  • City superintendent contract now final

    Mike Deaton had some good news and some bad news Monday evening.

    The good news was that the contract for his position as superintendent at Campbellsville Independent Schools was finalized. The bad news was that he had to leave the School Board meeting before the announcement could be made.

  • Two injured in Broadway collision

    Two people were injured in a two-car collision Friday on East Broadway.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, Shawn Samuels of Columbia was traveling west on Broadway when his 2004 PT Cruiser was struck by a 1999 Mazda driven by Justin Colvin of Campbellsville.

    According to police, Colvin was attempting to make a left turn when he collided with Samuels' vehicle.

  • Woman accused of giving drugs to minor

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with unlawful transaction with a minor after she allegedly gave drugs to a 14-year-old girl.

    Tassie Lee Seals, 36, of 100 Dixie Ave. was arrested Wednesday, April 22 in Warren County.

    According to Seals' arrest warrant, she alleged gave the girl Valium and marijuana. The warrant states that Seals is also accused of assaulting the girl and injuring her.

    Seals was charged with first- and second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor and fourth-degree assault.

  • Update: Man saves girl, self from flood waters

    It happened in seconds. Susan Smith was awaiting the start of her son's soccer practice when she heard a noise. As she turned in the direction of the sound, she saw a small steel bridge collapse and crash into Pitman Creek.

    Smith's 9-year-old daughter Ashley along with Dr. David Tank, a Springfield chiropractor who lives in Campbellsville, had been standing on the bridge just a moment before.

    Witnesses say it was a miracle from God that spared Ashley and Tank.

  • Lady Eagles go 3-2 as regular season winds down

    Campbellsville's softball team swept Metcalfe County and beat Caverna while losing to Hart County and Barren County in high school action.

    The Lady Eagles blanked Caverna 11-0 on May 5 as Hannah Taylor tossed a two-hitter and Ashley Bates, Megan Shively and Alex Davis had two-hit games for CHS.

    Hart County edged Campbellsville 2-1 on May 7 with Amber Gamboa allowing only one earned run and Danielle Morris and Shively getting the lone Lady Eagle hits.

    The Lady Eagles swept Metcalfe County on Monday 6-5 and 8-4.

  • Chamber: CU gets beautification award

    For the first time ever, Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce recognized local businesses for their efforts in making the community a beautiful place to live and work.

    Campbellsville University took home the Business Beautification Award at the annual Chamber banquet on April 30 for its efforts in creating "curb appeal."

    "We were thrilled," said Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University. "We were just tickled to death."

  • CHS prom looks

    Couples arrived in style Saturday evening for Campbellsville High School's prom - from limousines to classic cars and even a "party" bus.

    Students entered the gym through a large crowd of spectators.

    A gazebo - designed after the one from the "Twilight" movie's prom scene - was built by Luke Lawler and placed in the center of the gym.

    See a slideshow with more photos on the News-Journal's Home page.

  • May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

    Physical activity is safe - and essential - for people with diabetes. Talk to your health care team about ways to safely increase your daily physical activity.

    Being physically active can help people with diabetes improve their blood glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure and weight. It also helps improve strength, flexibility and balance.

    Start by setting small goals until you reach at least 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity on most days of the week. Brisk walking is a good way to move more. 

    Five facts about diabetes

  • Less aggravation, more action please

    "A little less conversation, a little more action please,

    All this aggravation ain't satisfactioning me,

    A little more bite and a little less bark,

    A little less fight and a little more spark."

    —Elvis Presley "A Little Less Conversation"

    Here's my two cents.

    I just finished teaching two introduction to communication classes last week at Campbellsville University.