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Today's News

  • TCHS Students of the Week for Jan. 22-25

    Taylor County High School's "Students of the Week" for Jan. 22-25 are, from left, Dalton Wilcoxson, Whitney Shofner, Emily Spencer, Hayley Perkins, Aaron Gibson, Jordan Antle, Christian Rash and Ben Spencer. Not pictured are Robbie Flinchum and Taylor Cox.

  • U.S. Navy Band to perform Feb. 17

    They have been called "The World's Finest."

    Even President Bush says his steps are "a little lighter" each time he hears this band perform.

    The United States Navy Band, the Navy's premier musical representative in Washington, D.C., is recognized by many as one of the top bands in the world.

  • Public record for Feb. 11

    District Civil Settled

    07-C-366, filed 8/24/07; Capital One Bank of Norcross, Ga. v. Pamela S. Jones aka Pamela S. Walker of Greenbriar Drive in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleged defendant owed on account, $2,631.74, interest, court costs and attorney's fees. On 2/4/08 an agreed judgment was rendered for the plaintiff, $2,631.74, interest, court costs and $578.98 in attorney's fees.

  • Rowell named a dean's scholar at WKU

    Larry Rowell of Campbellsville has achieved the designation of dean's scholar at Western Kentucky University for the fall 2007 semester.

    This honor is given to those students who earn a grade point average ranging from 3.4 to 3.79.

    Rowell is a writer for the College Heights Herald.

  • CES Writers of the Week

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently named students Writer of the Week for their respective grade. They are, from left, front: Cody Davis, Salena Ritchie and Sierra Lynch. Back: Austin Hash and Blair Lamb.

  • CU to host pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church

    Dr. Joseph Owens, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Lexington and a member of Campbellsville University's Board of Trustees, will be speaking at Campbellsville University's chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13 at Ransdell Chapel. The event is free and open to the public.

    "Dr. Owens is a 1977 graduate of Campbellsville University, and we are glad to have him back on campus as an alumnus, pastor and member of our Board of Trustees," said John Chowning, vice president for church and external relations and executive assistant to the president.

  • Postal service offers 'Click and Ship' class

    The U.S. Postal Service will be giving a free class on "Click and Ship" at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the basement of the Student Union Building at Campbellsville University.

    During the class, which will last about an hour and a half, instructions will be given on how to use the "Click and Ship" feature on the Postal Service Web site and how to incorporate it with ordering from sites such as eBay and others.

    For more information, contact the Post Office at 465-4251 or sign up at the Post Office located at 1410 E. Broadway in Campbellsville.

  • Free seminar offered on international adoption

    A free seminar on international adoption will be offered on Sunday, Feb. 10 from 2 to 4 p.m.

    Hosted by Children's Hope International at the Louisville Public Library, this meeting will provide information on programs in China, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Vietnam.

    For more information, call (859) 248-8764 or e-mail

    Michelle.Satler@ChildrensHope.net.

    RSVP is requested but not required.

  • Joiner delivers annual CU Martin Luther King memorial service

    Linda Waggener

    Campbellsville University

    The Rev. Gerald Joiner, Campbellsville University alumnus and member of the CU Church Relations Council, said, in a recent address, that he believes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would not be satisfied with the overall statistics today, which show far too many young black men in prisons and far too many teen pregnancies among young black women.

    Joiner, a 1975 graduate of CU, delivered the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Worship Service in Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel on Wednesday,Jan. 23.

  • National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Ending cervical cancer in our lifetime

    In Kentucky and throughout the nation, cervical cancer is a disease that occurs with alarming frequency, harming tens of thousands of women each year. According to the American Cancer Society, about 3,700 women will die nationwide this year from cervical cancer, with more than 11,150 new cases diagnosed.