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Today's News

  • Bertram, Cox & Miller Law office opens

    The combination of a couple of law offices in Campbellsville has also led to the transformation of a familiar, historic building.

    The law offices of Bertram, Cox & Miller, 321 E. Main St., were given a community introduction when the Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting and the law firm hosted an open house Dec. 7.

  • Girl Scouts visit the orchard

    Taylor County Girl Scout Troops #222 and #1571 visited Bennett's Orchard on Oct. 13. The girls enjoyed a hayride, corn maze, picked out a pumpkin and ate a picnic lunch. Pictured are, from left, front: Brittany Rose, Sydnee Beard, Sara Clark, Kaylee Burton, Kimberly Harden, Kate Cheatham and Mattie Blakeman. Back: Samantha Clark, Jaelyn Richerson, Rylee Beard, Faith Gaddis, Morgan Benningfield and Autumn Walters.

  • Students reach goal of reading 1,000 books

    On Nov. 13, Karen Skaggs' second-grade class at Campbellsville Elementary School celebrated reading and testing on more than 1,000 books.

    Their goal was to read 1,000 books before Christmas, but students reached their goal before Halloween.

    Students were treated to a day that began with breakfast and included snacks and pizza in the afternoon.

  • Dewar-Williams

    Phoebe Ann Dewar and Dwaron O'Neil Williams, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Dec. 29.

    Dewar is the daughter of James Alan Dewar and Kimberly Louise Dewar, both of Frederick, Md. Her grandparents are Robert and Carol Kidwell of Delaware, Alan Hare Dewar of Pennsylvania and the late Georgia McCormic.

    She is a December 2007 graduate of Campbellsville University's Carver School of Social Work.

  • TCHS Students of the Week for 12-10

    Taylor County High School Students of the Week for the week of Dec. 10 are, from left, Megan Romines, Rebekah Phillips, Kayla Raganas, Justin Robinette and Tina Pleva. Not picture ar Jed Bright, Savannah Gregory, Casey Seaborne and Rachel Wise.

  • Ministerial Association elects new officers

    The Taylor County Ministerial Association has elected officers for 2008.

    Skip Alexander of Campbellsville Baptist Church was elected to succeed Joe Hatchett of Campbellsville Christian Church as president of the association.

    Other officers are Steve Orr, Kentucky Christian School, vice president; Ted Beam, First United Methodist Church, treasurer; and John Chowning, Campbellsville University and Saloma Baptist Church, secretary.

  • Combs in concert Jan. 4

    Michael Combs of North Carolina will be in concert on Friday, Jan. 4 at Elk Horn Baptist Church, with Fairview Baptist Church hosting as well.

    The event will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10, which can be purchased at the door.

    For more information, call Darell Cox at 465-2058.

  • Man gets eight years on drug charges

    A Campbellsville man has been sentenced to eight years in prison on drug and other charges.

    Jonathan James Gurley, 19, of 701 S. Columbia Avenue in Campbellsville appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, Dec. 4 for sentencing in four separate cases.

  • CHS comes back from double-digit deficit, loses 75-70

    Campbellsville High School's Eagles overcame several double-digit deficits but could never take a late lead and fell at home to Green County 75-70 on Tuesday night.

    The Eagles (2-4) trailed 40-26 at the half and were behind 61-49 going to the final period.

    However, coach Tim Davis' squad used a 17-5 run to start the final frame and knotted the score at 66-66 on Antwan Coulter's three-point hoop with 2:37 remaining.

  • Blood drive is Dec. 24

    The holiday shopping season is well underway. Shoppers rush from store to store, overloaded with purchases, searching for the perfect gift.

    Many do not realize they carry the perfect gift year round - lifesaving blood. This holiday season, donate blood with the American Red Cross and give the gift of life.

    You can help boost the blood supply this holiday season by donating blood on Christmas Eve, from 6 to 10 a.m. at Taylor Regional Hospital. All donors will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a weekly $250 shopping spree.