Today's News

  • Tractor-trailer burns in Mannsville
  • Kentucky Career Center in Campbellsville expands


    Job seekers and employers now have additional services and double the space with the renovation of the Kentucky Career Center in Campbellsville. The center is located at 1311 E. Broadway in Campbellsville.

    In addition to the Kentucky Office for Employment and Training and the Cumberlands Workforce Investment Act office, the center now houses the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Office for the Blind, Kentucky Adult Education and the Kentucky Farmworkers Program Inc.

  • Slight Edge Salon & Spa opens


    Margie Holtzclaw and Shannon Lawson are working as cosmetologists at the newly opened Slight Edge Salon & Spa.

    Located at 112 Roberts Road, Suite 5 in Campbellsville, they specialize in dimensional color, highlights, perms, relaxers and precision cuts for the whole family.

    Spa services include facials, waxing and makeup application. They also offer sassy spa parties for all ages, from girls' birthday parties to bridal parties.

  • Taylor County Bank announces promotions


    Two Taylor County Bank employees recently received promotions from the bank's board of directors.

    Leslie DeGrez was promoted to vice president and Heather Kelly was promoted to assistant vice president.

  • Collins joins Don Franklin


    Stephen Collins has joined Don Franklin Campbellsville.

    Collins has worked in the car sales business since 2008 and has experience in the Nashville, Louisville and the local market.

    He has three daughters and lives in Columbia with his wife, Jamie.

  • Crowe Joins Ancil Reynolds


    Ancil Reynolds has welcomed Larry Crowe to its sales team.

    Crowe has more than 35 years of sales experience and welcomes everyone to stop by the dealership.

  • Firefighters continue to recover from injuries


    They remain in a Louisville hospital receiving treatment, but reports are they are improving each day.

    Firefighter Tony Grider is still in critical condition and Alex Quinn is in stable condition after they were shocked last Thursday afternoon when they got too close to a power line after helping Campbellsville University students with an ALS ice bucket challenge.

    Grider and Quinn were two of four Campbellsville Fire & Rescue personnel injured. Captain Steve Marrs and firefighter Alex Johnson were the others.

  • Supreme Court rules in Gaither murder case

    It's been almost 20 years since her fight began. And now, Virginia Gaither will finally be able to buy a gravestone for her grandson, LeBron.

    LeBron Gaither, 18, was tortured and murdered in 1996, after Kentucky State Police used him to make a drug buy, even though his identity was compromised.

    Last week, Kentucky Supreme Court justices ruled that the KSP was negligent in LeBron's death and she will be compensated as a result.

  • Local students are Governor's Scholars


    It helped them learn to be independent. They also made friends to last a lifetime and got a taste of what college life might really be like.

    This summer, 10 local high school students attended Governor's Scholars programs at Murray State University, Morehead State University and Bellarmine University.

  • McConnell, Grimes face tough questions in first debate


    After 30 years in Washington, U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes says she no longer believes Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is the best candidate for Kentucky's farmers.

    "Never has a senator been paid so much for doing so little for the people in Kentucky," Grimes said at Kentucky Farm Bureau's "Measure the Candidates" forum, at the group's headquarters in Louisville on Wednesday.