Today's News

  • CHS Class of 1951 hosts reunion


    Campbellsville High School Class of 1951 class members recently gathered for a reunion. Twenty-two of the 32 class members are living and nine attended the reunion.

    Attending were Anne Harp Fraim, Dolores Morris Money, Eva Fudge Curry, Jane Buchanan Roution, Pat Walsh Blakeman, Guy McAnelly, Bill Mardis, Doug Jones and Billy B Smith.

  • Five generations gather for photo


    Five generations of a local family recently gathered for a photo.

    In front is great-great-grandmother Christine DeWeese holding Gracie Bragg.

    In back, from left, are Gracie's grandmother Donna Bragg, her father Austin Bragg and her great-grandmother Susie Pruitt.

  • GRL to host haunted corn maze

    Green River Lake State Park will be haunted for three upcoming weekends.

    The park and The Friends of Green River Lake are sponsoring a corn maze at the entrance to the park through the end of the month. But on Oct. 11, 18 and 25, the maze will be haunted.

    On Saturday, Oct. 11, Green County FFA members will be haunting the maze. On Oct. 18, Taylor County FFA members will be there and Adair County FFA members will do the haunting on Saturday, Oct. 25.

    There will be a haunting from 7 to 8 p.m. for small children.

  • Basketball game to raise money for Grider family

    The third annual Adair County Emergency Services basketball game will be Monday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. at Adair County High School's gymnasium.

    Gate admission will be given to family members of the late Campbellsville Fire & Rescue Capt. Tony Grider.

    Grider organized the game for the first two years and organizers say they want to keep that tradition.

    For more information, call Shannon Rowe at (270) 634-2345.

  • Magic show to benefit Lions Club

    A Master of Illusion Magic Show on Saturday, Oct. 4, will benefit the Campbellsville Lions Club. The show will be at 7 p.m. at Taylor County Middle School. Dinky Gowen will be the master of illusion.

    Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Children ages 5 and younger will be admitted free.

    All money raised stays in the Campbellsville community and benefits the club's eyeglass program.

    The program provides eye care, eyeglasses and eye treatments to those in need in Campbellsville.

  • CU Arthouse Film Series starts Oct. 3

    Samantha Stevenson

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University Art Department will present its second film in the Arthouse Film Series, "Design is One," on Friday, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. in the Susan Kirkland Tesseneer Art Studio on campus.

  • Government should stay out of tobacco work age issue

    Since the beginning of recorded and unrecorded history - before the days of Rights to Life or Pro-Choice, Papal declarations, even contraceptives - human beings have been reproducing. It's just in our hard wiring and the only way any and all of us are here today.

    In addition to the joy of embracing little bundles of joy, one pragmatic benefit for our forefathers and foremothers was, in effect, "creating" their own work force which was essential to farm life since there wasn't another pool from which help could be hired such as we have today.

  • Learning to appreciate all seasons

    While it's a little hard to believe judging by the weather we're having, fall arrived more than a week ago. We celebrated my niece Audrey's first birthday with a watermelon picnic-themed party on Saturday, so I'm thankful for the summer-like temperatures.

    But at the same time, I've been so excited for fall this year that I started decorating for it about three weeks in advance. I've already managed to accumulate several pumpkins and gourds that are prominently displayed outside and inside my home.

  • CHS jayvees roll past Adair 38-6

    Campbellsville High School’s junior varsity football squad rolled to its fourth victory in as many tries to routing Adair County 38-6 on the road on Monday night.
    Charles Johnson’s fumble recovery set up the first Eagle score as Devonte Cubit connected with Johnson on a 15-yard touchdown pass. The duo also connected on the conversion for an 8-0 start.
    Johnson scored next on the ground from 18 yards out with Cubit running in the two-pointer.

  • 1986 TCHS Lady Cardinals now have some company