Today's News

  • Numerous community Halloween events set

    Several different local groups are holding Halloween events this year.

    “Campbellsville has a lot of safe avenues for trick-or-treating,” said Rob Collins of the Q-104 radio station, 

    The station is putting on its 26th annual trick-or-treating event in the Taylor County Elementary School gymnasium. Collins said it’s the last one that will be held there; the current TCES is scheduled for demolition in the not-too-distant future.

  • Drive-by shooting suspect enters not guilty plea

    A Campbellsville teenager accused in a reported drive-by shooting pleaded not guilty Monday morning in Taylor County District Court.

    Taylor County District Judge Connie Phillips set a $25,000 cash bond for Malik Johnson, 18. He was arrested last Thursday on a charge of first-degree assault.

    A report from the Campbellsville Police Department says that they are continuing the investigation and that additional arrests are pending.

  • County to begin fire station project

    Construction work hasn’t yet begun on the new fire station for the Taylor County Fire Department, but it should start soon.

    Magistrates will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. to approve a debt service ordinance. This will allow them to borrow $1.2 million from the Kentucky Association of Counties on the new fire station. The Department of Local Government has to approve the loan.

  • City shelves proposed ordinance focused on council meetings

    A proposed ordinance detailing codes of conduct at Campbellsville City Council meetings was shelved at a council meeting Monday night.

    “We can’t always agree on things, and I just don’t like to see that much of a division between our Council on an issue,” said Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young. “There were strong feelings both ways.”

  • Progress being made on county school projects

    There seems to be a light at the end of the construction tunnel for the Taylor County Primary Center and high school. 

    Both Superintendent Roger Cook and architect Kenny Stanfield, with Sherman Carter Barnhart PSC, said the primary center will be completed by November and the high school’s cafeteria, kitchen and class rooms will be done by Christmas break. 

  • Greenway project improvements continue

    More improvements are in store for Trace-Pitman Greenway, according to Trail Town officials.

    Campbellsville Trail Town Committee member Paul Osborne says they currently have the funding to pave all but 0.9 miles of the 1.5 miles  of the greenway that sits behind Trace Creek Softball Park.

  • Johnson arrested for alleged drive-by

    A Campbellsville man was arrested Thursday night in connection with a reported drive-by shooting on Martin Luther King Boulevard.

    The Campbellsville Police Department arrested Malik Johnson, 18, on a charge of first-degree assault. A CPD press release states that they are continuing the investigation and that additional arrests are pending.

  • Ricky Skaggs to play Thursday

    Kentucky’s original “Country Boy” will make his debut in Campbellsville this week. 

    The 14-time Grammy award-winner Ricky Skaggs and his band, Kentucky Thunder, will be in concert on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016, in Campbellsville University’s Ransdell Chapel as a part of the 2016 homecoming celebration. This year’s theme is Best of the Bluegrass.

  • County still in ‘holding pattern’ with VMP

    The county is still in a holding pattern where Veterans Memorial Park is concerned, a situation that could continue in the near future.

    “We’re waiting on a response from the federal government to see what we need to do,” said Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers.

  • Good Samaritans Bash to be held Saturday

    An evening of fellowship and entertainment is soon to take over downtown Campbellsville. 

    The first Taylor County Good Samaritans Bash is set for Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 at 6 p.m. 

    The Taylor County Good Samaritans Foundation is putting on their first bash. The non-profit, tax deductible organization, is designed to ease the financial stress of those diagnosed with cancer and facing the unknowns that go along with their illness.