Today's News

  • Art along Main Street

    The city’s Bicentennial Committee, along with the Taylor County Public Library and Dog-Eared Books, hosted the Art and Poetry Walk Thursday evening.

    The art walk consisted of 12 local artists located in 10 businesses up and down Main Street and Court Street.

    TCPL Adult Programming Librarian Jesse Yates of TCPL started planning this event last year; she wanted to feature local artists and locally-owned businesses. One of the reasons for holding it in April is because it was National Poetry Month.

  • Local vet goes on Honor Flight to D.C.

    Eugene Mosz was moved to tears walking through the Bluegrass Airport in Lexington last Saturday evening through a crowd of people that lined from one end to the other.

    Mosz, an 85-year-old Korean War veteran, was one of 73 veterans from across Kentucky who participated in the April 22 Honor Flight Kentucky.

  • CU, area officials celebrate Earth Day

    “There is no Planet B.”

    That is what Campbellsville University student T.J. Rayhill said at a CU Earth Day ceremony, held on Friday, April 21, at the Turner Log Cabin on 505 N. Columbia Ave.

    During the ceremony, Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers and Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young read an Earth Day proclamation. Saturday, April 22, was actually Earth Day.

  • Early Days May 18, 2017


    May 17, 2007

    John “J.B.” Holmes had his best weekend of his sophomore season on the PGA TOUR to pocket more than $126,000 at THE PLAYERS Championship last week in Florida.

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a community health fair on Saturday, April 21.

    Campbellsville Elementary and Taylor County Elementary schools fourth-grade students visited Frankfort on May 9. They toured the State Capitol and received souvenir packets on behalf of State Rep. Russ Mobley.

  • Early Days May 25, 2017


    May 24, 2007

    Ninety-seven-year-old E. Poe Young cast his vote at the New City North precinct in Tuesday’s Primary Election. He was voting for the 76th year. In contrast, just before Young, a high schooler had cast his vote for the very first time.

    Kamarra Barnett has joined the House of Beauty, 434 Woodlawn Ave.

    Constance Falusckai is the recipient of this year’s Janice Holt Giles book award.

  • Regular-season play wraps up


    The high school softball and softball seasons wrapped up on Thursday and Saturday of last week with the 20th District Tournaments starting on Monday, May 22 at Adair County.

  • Public Record April 24, 2017


    • Christopher W. Cowan, failure of owner to maintain insurance, failure to produce insurance card, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate; no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Tim Edelen, failure to wear seat belts, $25 fine prepaid; license to be in possession, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

  • Public Record May 11, 2017


    • Merle D. Hardy, speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Charlotte F. McFarland, speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Elizabeth A. Wrather, improper passing, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, no new violations, dismissed.

    • Jessie R. Yates, disregarding stop sign, diversion completed, passed for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

  • Eagles hit rough baseball stretch


    Campbellsville’s baseball Eagles fell at Green County 8-5 on Monday and were shut out at home by LaRue County 10-0 on Tuesday.
    The only CHS hits at Green County came from John Orberson, Ryan Kearney, Treyce Mattingly and Zack Bottoms, who had two RBI. Houk had the lone safety vs. LaRue County.

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  • Lady Eagles square record at 12-12