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Today's News

  • Grant will help TRH with drug education

    Taylor Regional Hospital is stepping up its efforts to educate the community about the harmful effects of illegal drugs. And it recently received some grant money to help with that.

    TRH is one of about 40 hospitals across the United States to receive grant money from Cardinal Health Foundation to improve healthcare in the community. Only one other hospital in Kentucky received the grant this year.

    TRH CEO Jane Wheatley says the money will be used to educate her staff members and expectant mothers about the dangers of using drugs while pregnant.

  • Green County man arrested following pursuit

     

    A police pursuit 14 miles west of Campbellsville on KY 210 ended with the arrest of a Green County man on Friday night.

    Kentucky State Police Lt. Jamie Heller observed Carlton Lee Underwood, 51, of Green County, traveling at a high rate of speed on a motorcycle and established the speed at 96 miles per hour.

  • City adopts new storm water ordinance

     After voicing concerns about the federal government overstepping its boundaries, Campbellsville City Council members reluctantly adopted amendments to the city’s storm water regulations ordinance at its regular meeting on Sept. 2.

    Mandated by the Clean Water Act of the Kentucky Division of Water, the city faced notices of violations and fines if the storm water ordinance wasn’t amended to meet the act’s requirements.

  • CU to host worship service to begin annual Operation Christmas Child drive

    Hanna Hall

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University students and the community will gather in Ransdell Chapel on Thursday, Sept. 25 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. to take part in a beginning Operation Christmas Child worship service.

    The worship service will discuss the importance of OCC and the goals for this coming Christmas season. All are welcomed and encouraged to attend this free event.

  • Green routs CHS 43-14

     

  • Cards come out a winner

     

  • Election time is near

     

    In just a few weeks, Taylor Countians will be asked to choose who will be their governmental leaders for the next several years.

    This year's general election ballot is crammed full. Residents will chose their mayor, judge/executive, jailer, sheriff, magistrates, city council, coroner and the list goes on.

    In the largest race, 21 people want to serve on the city council. That's the most people to file for the 12 seats in a long time.

  • CU squares record with home-field victory

    Bobby Brockman
    sports@cknj.com
     

  • CHS JV grid team rolls over Green Co. 48-0

    Campbellsville High School’s junior-varsity football squad made it 2-0 with an 48-0 home rout over Green County on Monday night.
    Devonte Cubit started the scoring on a 60-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Cubit also added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 start.
     Daejoun Smith tackled the Green County quarterback in the  end zone for safety and a 10-0 cushion.
     Cubit then connected with Austyn Thornton for a 35-yard score and Charles Johnson ran in the conversion.

  • CHS JV grid team rolls over Green Co. 48-0

    Campbellsville High School’s junior-varsity football squad made it 2-0 with an 48-0 home rout over Green County on Monday night.
    Devonte Cubit started the scoring on a 60-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Cubit also added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 start.
     Daejoun Smith tackled the Green County quarterback in the  end zone for safety and a 10-0 cushion.
     Cubit then connected with Austyn Thornton for a 35-yard score and Charles Johnson ran in the conversion.