Today's News

  • Early Days September 7, 2017


    September 6, 2007

    Durham High School’s annual reunion took place over the Labor Day weekend.

    Myceala Forrest, 13, of Campbellsville, along with 185 other girls recently attended the 20th anniversary of the USA Harvest Foodbank in Louisville.

    Dale and Erin Beth Estes, of Campbellsville, announce the birth of a son, Cameron Scott, at 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 22, 2007 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon. He weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long.

  • Eagles open at home as Cards hope to remain perfect


  • Campbellsville Police investigating thefts

    The Campbellsville Police Department is seeking the public's help in solving a recent string of break-ins. 

    A report from the Campbellsville Police Department states that officers responded to several calls of break-ins on Wednesday, Aug. 30. 

    Numerous cars had been broken into and personal items had been taken from vehicles. 

    The locations of the break-ins were not made public as of press time. 

    Campbellsville Police have developed a vehicle of interest in regard to the string of thefts. 

  • Taylor County Board of Education Tax Hearing set for Sept. 12

    The Taylor County Board of Education is slated to hold a hearing on a potential tax increase next week.

    According to a recently published notice from the Taylor County Board of Education, the board will hold its public hearing at 6:45 p.m. at the Taylor County High School Auditorium.

    The proposal involves an increase from the 56.2 cents on real and personal property to 58.2 cents. The proposed increase is expected to produce $4,908,444.

    This would be an increase of $393,411 from last year’s revenue that was brought in through the tax.

  • Rivalries are better when competitive


  • TCHS outlasts CHS 22-14 in OT special


  • Newspaper's dedication to community will continue


    For more than 100 years, this newspaper, or a version of it by various names, has brought the news to Taylor County.

  • City spends $160,000 on local property


    According to a Tuesday release from Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young, the Campbellsville City Council has purchased two pieces of property to continue to enhance the downtown area.

    “In keeping with the Campbellsville City Council’s Comprehensive Plan to continue to be the “hub” of the region and to continue to enhance the downtown area, the Campbellsville City Council has been in negotiations for the past several months with property owners from the downtown area,” the release stated.

  • Early Days August 31, 2017


    August 30, 2007

    Megan Romines, a senior at Taylor County High School, was named 2008 Taylor County Junior Miss on Saturday in Campbellsville High School’s Hamilton Auditorium.

    Rosie Thompson, 70, of Campbellsville, died at 3:20 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2007 in Lebanon, Ky.

    Kaleigh Brooke Hunt, recently celebrated her sixth birthday with a swimming party with her family and friends.

  • Cook Out restaurant coming to town


    Campbellsville appears to be in line to bring in a new restaurant.

    Cook Out, a fast-food chain with five locations in Kentucky, states on its website that it will be locating one of its restaurants in Campbellsville, at 615 East Broadway.

    According to Taylor County Property Valuation Administrator Chad Shively, Cook Out has owned the building at 615 East Broadway since Feb. 20, 2014. The building was formerly occupied by Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, which is now located at 402 South Central Avenue.