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Today's News

  • TCHS Students of the Week

    Taylor County High School's recent Students of the Week are: Tessa Daffron, Melissa Dillery, Sara Glover, Shana Gonterman, Eli Harris, Mary Jefferson, Cody McDonald, Devin Reynolds, Chris Sapp, Tyler Thomas, Jacob Williams and Hope Wigginton. Not pictured is William Phelps. Teachers nominate the students each week for excelling academically, giving 110 percent, possessing a great attitude and helping their classmates.

  • Tigers roll past Asbury

    Campbellsville University hit 10 three-pointers and coach Keith Adkins' Tigers rolled to their 10th victory in 12 outings 83-64 on Tuesday night at home vs. Asbury College.

    Bubba Long's 18 points paced the five CU starters, who all reached double figures. Kyle Martin added 14 points, Nestor Colmenares and Troy Harris 11 apiece and Marcus Nicks 10.

    Colmenares also had nine rebounds while Long had seven assists.

    The Tigers play at Berea on Saturday and will be off until Dec. 17 when they host Berry (Ga.).

  • Archbishop visits OLPH

    Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz visited Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church on Sunday, where he celebrated Mass and the consecration of the parish's new altar. Above, Kurtz is pictured with altar servers Chris Sapp and Daniel Ross, left, and Father Jim Bromwich, pastor, right.

  • Atwood-Abell

    Kimberly Dawn Atwood and Phillip Dale Abell, both of Lebanon, exchanged wedding vows on July 14 on the beach of Jekyll Island, Ga.

    The Rev. Dimas Diaz performed the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Paul and Linda Atwood of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Eddie Shofner of Campbellsville and the late Ruby Shofner and Prayor and Eller Atwood.

    The groom is the son of Joe and Linda Abell of Lebanon. His grandparents are the late Walter and Lillian Abell and Tolbert and Bessie Edwards.

  • Bryant to graduate from Murray on Dec. 15

    Savannah Bryant of Campbellsville will receive her bachelor of arts degree on Saturday, Dec. 15 when Murray State University honors its most recent graduates.

    The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. inside the Regional Special Events Center. The event marks the university's 10th annual December commencement. August 2007 graduates and December 2007 graduation candidates will be recognized at the official mid-year ceremony.

    Complete and updated commencement information can be viewed online at www.murraystate.edu.

  • Love of reading hard to tap

    I simply couldn't turn the pages fast enough. It's not often that I find a book like that. But when I do, look out. I'll carry it with me and read a page here and a page there until I am finished.

    Crime mysteries are the best. For Jeffery Deaver fans, Lincoln Rhyme is my hero.

    But I remember a time when Laura Ingalls Wilder, Nancy Drew and Anne Shirley were my heroes. I spent many a night hidden under my covers with a flashlight, reading of long winters on the prairie, after-school undercover surveillance and an orphan's life in Avonlea.

  • National Guard announces graduates, new recruits

    A Campbellsville man along with several Greensburg men have either joined the Kentucky National Guard in Campbellsville or recently completed training courses.

    -Jessie Perez, son of Emma Perez of Campbellsville, graduated from a logistics course at Ft. Lee, Va.

    Perez finished No. 2 in his class and serves in the Campbellsville National Guard.

    -Chris Lowe, son of Billy Joe and Becky Lowe of Greensburg, recently graduated from the artillery course at Ft. Sill, Okla. Lowe finished within the top five of his class and serves in the Campbellsville National Guard.

  • Taylor County FCA members attend convention

    Forty-six Taylor County High School students attended Fellowship of Christian Athletes' Weekend of Champions at Montgomery County High School on Nov. 3-4.

  • Campbellsville Independent School District's KEN circuit completed.

    Campbellsville Independent School District is now part of the Kentucky Education Network. CISD received a 10MB connection, an improvement nearly 10 times faster than the previous connection.

  • Soaring Eagles named for November

    Campbellsville Elementary School's Soaring Eagles for November are Jaedyn Embry, Elizabeth Sullivan, Haley Morris, Latavia Shively, Breanna Spaulding, Jaleel Cowan, Nana Moriuchi, Rolandao Pedroza, Davon Cecil, Brooklyn Harris, Madison Dial, Taylor Anderson, Casey Hardin, Savanna Taylor, Latia Barnett, Caden Wheatley, Murphy Lamb, Lilly Osborne, Dusty Claiborne, Shunya Hida, Kameron Smith and Cody Davis.