Today's News

  • CU handbell choir, chorale to perform

    The Campbellsville University Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Tony Cunha, and the CU Handbell Choir, under the director of Rebecca Owens, will perform at First United Methodist Church at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20.

    The chorale performs a wide variety of literature in various musical styles, including accompanied and a cappella pieces and both sacred and secular selections. The 45-member ensemble will perform works by G.F. Handel, Felix Mendelssohn, Dan Forrest, Dave Brubeck, Rosephanye Powell, Mark Hayes, Ralph Manuel, Tom Fettke, John Ness Beck, Alice Parker and Tim Sarsany.

  • Public record for Nov. 24

    District Civil Filed

    08-C-169, filed 4/21/08; LDG Financial Services LLC, successor in interest to Discover Card of Atlanta, Ga. v. Deausha M. Atkinson of Candace Street in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on account, $1,606.28, interest and court costs. The defendant was served 10/27/08.

    08-C-334, filed 8/12/08; MRC Receivables Corp. of San Diego, Calif. v. Joshua Cox of Broadway in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on agreement, $1,200.17, interest, court costs and attorney's fees. The defendant was served 10/30/08.

  • KASPER training is Nov. 20

    A KASPER professional training session will be Thursday, Nov. 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Taylor County Extension Office.

    The Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting professional training course provides health care professionals with information about the problem with controlled substance abuse and diversion, and about the KASPER system, including how KASPER operates, proper use of KASPER data and reports, and how KASPER data is used to help address the problem with controlled substance abuse and diversion in Kentucky.

  • Woman accused of stealing another's credit card

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with stealing another person's credit card.

    Sherry L. Cox, 34, of 705 Buckner St. was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 12.

    According to Cox's arrest warrant, she is accused of stealing another person's credit card and using it to make purchases.

    Cox was charged with more than $100 in fraudulent use of a credit card within six months and theft or receipt of a stolen credit or debit card.

    Bond was set at 10 percent of $10,000. Cox is scheduled to appear in Taylor District Court today.

  • CU to host director of science program

    Dr. Philip Stevens, director of the Ph.D. program in environmental science at Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Department of Chemistry, will speak at Campbellsville University at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 21 in Room 15 of the Administration Building.

    Stevens will discuss: "OH where oh where is OH? Measuring the elusive hydroxyl radical in the atmosphere." The address is free and open to the public.

  • TOUR SEKY 8th annual caucus to take place in Somerset

    The 8th annual TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky Caucus will take place today at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

    This year's theme is "Don't Let Tourism Puzzle You." Highlights of the day include keynote speaker Congressman Hal Rogers and his outlook for tourism in 2009. During the "Puzzling Lunch," the Achievement Professionalism Excellence Xtraordinary award for tourism excellence will be awarded along with the "Shining STAR" Customer Service Trainer of the Year and "The Hal Rogers Governmental Tourism Impact Award."

  • Taylor Regional Hospital now providing digital mammography

    Taylor Regional Hospital has expanded its health and wellness services available to women with the addition of a new Selenia digital mammography system from Hologic. 

    Digital mammography will allow TRH to provide its patients with the highest quality of care in the prevention and early detection of breast cancer.

  • Wreath-laying ceremony is Dec. 13

    A wreath-laying ceremony will take place at the Lebanon National Cemetery at noon on Saturday, Dec. 13 to honor Lebanon's veterans. 

    The public is invited to participate in what has become an annual tradition throughout the country.

    The Wreaths Across America story began more than 15 years ago with a tradition of placing wreaths on the graves of the nation's fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery. It has since branched out to include 286 locations, including the Lebanon National Cemetery.

  • Smyzer speaks on mercy at CU's chapel

    "There are some situations, some state of affairs, some current circumstances that we deal with on a regular basis, but if these things were not there, it really don't mean nothing."

    In a message titled "When It Really Don't Mean Nothing," Dr. Matthew E. Smyzer Jr. preached on Oct. 29 at Campbellsville University's chapel service.

    Smyzer is the executive director of the Baptist Fellowship Center and pastor of Beargrass Missionary Baptist Church in Louisville.

  • Pageants accepting applicants

    The Miss Kentucky Teen America, Miss Kentucky Junior Teen America and Kentucky's Miss Princess pageants will take place Jan. 3-4 at the Radisson Plaza in Lexington.

    The organization is accepting applications for participation. 

    The pageant offers six divisions for girls ages 3-18. The program offers an awards package that includes the official crown and banner, paid entry fee to the national competition, cash prizes, travel allowances, more than $50,000 in scholarships and a personal appearance contract.