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Today's News

  • CHS Class of 1987 hosts reunion

    Campbellsville High School Class of 1987 celebrated its 20-year reunion on Dec. 29 at the All Occasions building. Pictured are, from left, front: Jill Ewing, Donna Ford, Rhonda Young, Kim Parson, Brent Garret, Cindy Munday, Jennifer Ewing and Stacey Browning. Back: Vince Nolley, Dean Wilson, Steve Shrader, Mike Fisher, Everick Lasley, Beth Hayes, Debbie Foley, Suzanne McCubbin, Beth Richardson, Daren Wilson, Carol Smith, Richard Powell, Troy Walters, Troy Edelen, Matthew Money, Lisa Leachman, Mike Blankenship, Clint Durham, Randy Rodgers and Joel Patton.

  • Two join Watson's Beauty Shop

    Watson's Beauty Salon, 109 Dale Ave., has two new stylists.

    Emily Minor and Marsha Graham have joined the staff.

    Minor and Graham specialize in hair extensions, updos and color.

    Walk-ins are welcome.

  • Campbellsville residents indicted in Marion Court

    Five Campbellsville residents were in indicted in Marion County on Monday, Feb. 18. They are:

    - Anna Cox, 37, of 710 High Pine Apt. #14 was indicted for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

    According to the indictment, on Oct. 27, 2007, Cox had in her possession a check on the account of another person, knowing that it had been forged. The indictment also reads that Cox was over 21 and has been convicted of at least two prior felonies after her 18th birthday.

    Her bond was set at $1,000.

  • TRH names winter ambassador

    Adams was nominated by a team member. The following was written about Adams on her nomination forms:

    "The pediatrics wing needed someone to ride with EMS to Louisville as an extra set of hands. Donna willingly agreed to go even though it wasn't her department, it was late afternoon and she was unsure of when she would be back from the trip. Donna always strives to make the ER patient comfortable by talking to them and offering the 'warm fuzzies.' She is always eager to assist the nurses and physicians. Donna has a great personality and is fun to be around."

  • Antique and craft fair is March 1-2

    Antique and craft dealers from all over the state will create a shopping and viewing delight March 1-2.

    The 2008 Antique & Craft Fair will feature more than two dozen arts and crafts booths with furniture, pottery, antique jewelry, antique lamps, collectible glassware, unique crafts and more. There will be a bake sale all weekend and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

    The show will take place in the Centre Square Convention Center in historic downtown Lebanon.

  • Girl Scouts learn cake decorating

    Taylor County Girl Scout Troop 2164 had a lesson in basic cake decorating, with the help of Julie Davis. They baked cupcakes and made butter cream icing. The scouts used food coloring, icing bags and tips to decorate heart-shaped cakes and cupcakes. Pictured are, from left, Hannah Reynolds, Erika Gaddie, Lauren Johnson, Katie Long, Jenna Corbin, Meredith Johnson, Julie Davis, Brooke Gilpin and Kimberly Davis.

  • CU to host noted theologian

    Dr. William Brackney, distinguished professor of Christian theology and ethics at Acadia Divinity College in Canada, will be the Baptist Heritage Series lecturer at Campbellsville University on Monday, March 3.

    Brackney's address is at 7 p.m. in the classroom of Ransdell Chapel. His topic is "Tradition is Not All Bad, Even for Baptists!" The public is invited to his presentation.

    Brackney will also be appearing on a Dialogue on Public Issues broadcast that is shown on CU's TV 4/Cable Channel 10.

  • Ages and stages

    The other day I overheard two young women discussing relationships. From what I gathered, people their age (mid 20s) don't date the way I've always understood dating. Instead, they go through a progression of stages.

    If I have this correct, first you "talk with" a person over a period of time, then you move into "hanging out." After that comes "going out" and then I think you move into "being in a relationship."

    I'm so 53.

    Currently, I'm reading a book about generational differences, "Mind the Gap!" It describes and defines five generations of people alive today:

  • Taylor Regional Hospital publishes cookbook for 2008 Gala

    Taylor Regional Hospital has collected the best recipes from team members, family and friends and compiled them into an attractive keepsake cookbook. These one-of-a-kind cookbooks are currently available for sale for $15.

    They may be purchased at the following locations: Citizens Bank and its two branches, Taylor County Bank main branch, Community Trust Bank and one branch, Forcht Bank and one branch, Mitchell's Men's Wear, Magnolia Alley, PVA Office, Taylor Regional Hospital Gift Shop and the Taylor Regional Hospital Human Resources Department.

  • TCES Family Night is Friday, Feb. 29

    Taylor County Elementary School will host a family night tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

    The theme will be "Read Across TCES."

    Students and their families are invited to come for a night of fun and exciting math and reading sessions, games, refreshments and prizes.

    Guests can have their pictures made with the guest of honor, The Cat in the Hat.

    There will also be a Scholastic book fair, located in the library.