Today's News

  • Sharps named Finest Farm Family

    It’s a long-standing tradition in the Sharp family, and that tradition is part of what earned the family the Taylor County Fair’s Finest Family Farm Award this year.

    Taylor County resident Kenneth Sharp has been a farmer for as long as he can remember, going out to set tobacco at the age of 6, and mowing hay by himself at 8.

    He and his wife, Emma, have been farming together since 1968, and the tradition lives on as all three of their children are involved with farming.

  • Grand jury indicts 13

    A man accused of trying to purposefully run over a police officer is one of 13 people a Taylor County Grand Jury has indicted.

    William B. Tompkins, Jr., 24, of Gardner Street in Campbellsville, is charged with attempted murder of a police officer, a Class B felony; first-degree fleeing/evading police, a Class D felony; and four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, a Class D felony.

    The charges stem from a reported incident on April 15 of this year.

  • Mayor shares city plans, projects

    During a speech to the Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young said the city is “going wide open” with regard to infrastructure projects.

    “We’re doing more and more with our own people,” said Young.

    At the monthly Chamber luncheon, held at the Campbellsville Civic Center, Young talked about a number of projects the city has in store.

  • Lady Eagle hoops has always been tough task


  • Epps takes over CHS girls’ basketball program


  • Remembering 'The Champ'


    Muhammad Ali was not only a boxing legend, he was a legendary Kentuckian, and perhaps the most famous and recognizable American of his time.

    Sadly, the man known by people around the world as “The Greatest” lost his final fight last week, the one he had been waging against Parkinson’s Disease for years.

  • Haskins looks back 20 years at 'The Greatest'


  • Parks first in Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Major


    Cooper Parks claimed the Hurricane Junior Tour two-day Major Championship at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course in Louisville over the weekend. The Taylor County High School sophomore-to-be shot 72 on Sunday after a 74 on Saturday to finish at 2-over park 146, four shots ahead of the rest of the field. Tanner Parks finished in a tie for 13th at 167 (84-83) in the 33-person field.
    Another Taylor County golfer, Hayes Mason, finished in a seventh-place tie (180 — 92-88) in the 14-15-year-old division.

  • Goodin and Ky. Stars battle Indiana twice this weekend


  • Hansford referred to drug court

    A Campbellsville City Council member accused of writing bad checks could find himself in drug court.

    At a Tuesday morning hearing, Taylor County Circuit Judge Todd Spalding said he will refer Rufus “Frankie” Hansford, 54, to drug court.

    Hansford arrived in court in prison attire; he’s been lodged in Taylor County Detention Center since May 19 for reportedly violating the terms of his pretrial diversion.