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Today's News

  • Pogue-Hunt engagement

    April Nycole Pogue and Patrick Hunt, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, April 26.

    Pogue is the daughter of Jeffrey Pogue of Louisville and Leisha and John Barke of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are James and Joyce Pogue of Louisville, Lora Mae Dudgeon of Campbellsville and the late Ray Dudgeon. Great-grandparents are Lee and Rose Pogue of Campbellsville.

    She is a 2002 graduate of Taylor County High School, attended Lindsey Wilson College and is employed at Amazon.com.

  • Coppock NCAA pool winner

    Jeff Durham, left, was the winner of the Holland Heritage Grill in the Coppock Electronics NCAA bracket promotion. Betty Holt, right, was runner-up and winner of a Coppock Appliance $50 gift certificate. Employees J.D. Antle and Judy Willems are also pictured

  • CBC begins 'Get a Life' sermon series

    Campbellsville Baptist Church begins a special five-week sermon series, "Get a Life!" this weekend.

    Worship services are at 8:30 and 11 a.m., with small group Bible study at 9:45. A nursery is provided.

    The series includes:

    Sunday, April 27 - Why Am I Here?

    Sunday, May 4 - What is Really Important to Me?

    Sunday, May 11 - What is My Scoreboard?

    Sunday, May 18 - What Am I Good At?

    Sunday, May 25 - What Do I Need to Learn?

    Call 465-8115 for more information.

  • National Healthcare Decisions Day at TRH

    Jon Hieneman, local attorney, presented a program on advance directives on April 16 at Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • 'Go Tell' kick off rally is Monday

    A rally Monday evening will kick off the South Central Kentucky Go Tell Crusade with Rick Gage.

    A drop-in reception will begin at 6:15 p.m. with the rally set for 7 p.m. in the Ransdell Chapel on the campus of Campbellsville University.

    Gage will be guest speaker at the Crusade that is planned for Sept. 14-17 at the Campbellsville High School Football Stadium.

    Organizers are expecting a large turnout from Taylor, Adair, LaRue, Casey, Green and Marion counties.

  • Pageant will benefit Green County Junior Miss

    Green County Junior Miss will host a spring Mr. and Ms. Sunburst pageant on Saturday, April 26.

    Categories will be available for boys ages 6 months to 4 years and girls ages 6 months to 18 years.

    Registration is $20 with additional categories for best hair, best dress, most photogenic, prettiest smile and prettiest eyes for $5 each.

    Prizes will be awarded to the winner, first runner-up, second runner-up and individual winners.

    The pageant will begin at 10 p.m. ET at Greensburg Elementary School. Participants may register up to 30 minutes before the pageant.

  • Workshop for veterans offered April 25

    A workshop for veterans of all military services will be offered Friday, April 25.

    The workshop will begin at 10 a.m. at 1425 Old Hodgenville Road and is for veterans and their significant others.

    A national service officer will be available to answer questions. Lunch will be served.

    For more information, call Junior Patterson at 789-4896 or Mike Hash at 465-9845 or 469-6286 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.

  • Voters could see paper ballots this fall

    Taylor Countians could cast their votes on paper this General Election rather than on a voting machine.

    In February, Taylor County magistrates approved an agreement accepting $90,000 in federal grant money to purchase new voting equipment.

    Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney said the money is part of the Help America Vote Act in which the federal government issued funds to the states to be disbursed to the counties at the state's discretion.

  • Doctor charged with fraud

    An optometrist with an office in Campbellsville has been arrested and charged with Medicaid fraud.

    According to a press release from the Kentucky Attorney General's office, a Franklin County grand jury indicted Paul Lee Patterson II, 51, of Greensburg on Wednesday, April 9.

  • On the road again

    Though it doesn't carry ice-cold confections and play a catchy jingle, it has the same ability to deliver smiles as its distant cousin, the ice cream truck.

    Yet, the bookmobile's patrons are both young and old.

    Taylor County just received a new bookmobile. According to Public Library Director Elaine Munday, the Library Board applied for a grant to fund a new bookmobile in September. The Board was notified in December that the County would receive one of 22 bookmobiles available.