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Today's News

  • Cardinals escape in OT

     

  • CHS crushes Fort Knox 49-8

     

  • Remembering one of their own

    Taylor County Middle School students, faculty, staff, and family and friends of Dylan Bland gathered outside the school Friday morning for a ceremony honoring Bland’s life and legacy.

    Bland suddenly passed away on May 20 due to an accidental shooting in Greensburg while playing with a friend, according to Kentucky State Police.

    A weeping cherry tree was planted outside the school with a plaque as a memorial to Bland, who would’ve been an eighth grader at TCMS this year.

  • Local author Romines releases third book

    A local author has recently released his third book, and his work is drawing plenty of positive reviews. 

    Kyle Romines is a Campbellsville native. He is a graduate of Campbellsville University and most recently, the University of Louisville Medical School. Romines is also an author, and his new book, A Sound in the Dark, was released at the beginning of August and has drawn positive marks from many of its readers. 

  • Kendall found not guilty in Florida trial

    After spending ten months in a maximum-security prison in Florida, William Tylor Kendall is back in Campbellsville after being found not guilty of third-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Brie Thomas, who passed away in Dec. 2015 due to a fentanyl overdose. 

    Kendall, the son of Teressa Germain, was on trial for two days in Okaloosa County Circuit Court for two days as six jurors heard each side of the case. Ultimately, after two hours of deliberation, the jury found Kendall not guilty. 

  • Parks, TC boys, Parrott, GC girls 3-peat in Heartland

     

  • CHS Eagles shut out on the road 27-0 at Monroe County

    Campbellsville faced some of its stiffest competition in the first half of the season and were pinned with a 27-0 road loss to Monroe County in Tompkinsville on Friday night.
    “We just couldn’t get anything going offensively tonight,” remarked CHS head coach. “They whipped us up front and we couldn’t block them.”
    The Eagles could not muster any yards on their first two possessions and the Falcons scored with 5:59 left in the opening frame on a 25-yard run by Monroe County senior signalcaller Ty Mink.

  • This all got started 32 years ago last night

     

  • Miller scores seven goals for TCHS soccer

    Will Miller scored seven goals and Taylor County bested Whitley County 10-0 in its first match of the Superior Sign Cup in Somerset vs. Whitley County on Saturday.
    Simon Elhers had two goals while Luka Fleischer had one. Miller, a senior, also added two assists as did Elhers while Fleischer, Noah Rogers and River Russell had an assist apiece. Goalkeeper Ben Bertram had the shutout for TCHS (4-3-1).
    Undefeated Somerset won the nightcap 7-3 with Elhers, Miller and Ryan Maynard having goals and Miller and Ane Lootsma getting assists.

  • Campbellsville golfers runner-up at All ‘A’ Classic State

     

    Campbellsville High School’s boys’ golf team (318) finished runner-up behind Lexington Christian at theKentucky All “A” State Golf Tournament at Eagles’ Nest Country Club in Somerset on Sept. 9. The Eagles coached by Cassidy Scantland Decker were led by senior Alex Doss' 71, which was good enough for third as an individual while Layton Hord had a 75, Connor Wilson and Myles Murrell 86s and Kameron Smith a 96