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Today's News

  • State representative attends interim meeting
  • Frost-Arnett recognizes new hires
  • Pyles named president at bank branch in Williamsburg

     

    Campbellsville native Andrew R. Pyles was recently named president of the Williamsburg market for Community Trust Bank.

    Pyles graduated from Campbellsville High School and attended the University of Kentucky. He is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania, and has more than 12 years of banking experience. Pyles lives in London.

  • Teens learn at fashion camp

     

    They learned how to take a T-shirt and turn it into a scarf, along with how to make a belt, necklace and headband.

    Twelve local teenagers attended a fashion day camp at Taylor County Extension Office on Tuesday.

    Amanda Sublett, Taylor County Extension agent for 4-H/youth development, led the camp.

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  • Two arrested, three still sought in burglary

     

    Campbellsville Police have arrested two of the five people they suspect are operating a burglary ring in Kentucky and Tennessee. The three other suspects who have been identified are still being sought.

    On July 6, police officers began an investigation into a residential burglary at 80 Boca Noir Circle in Campbellsville.

    According to a news release, evidence gathered at the scene and other information has suggested the burglary might be the work of multiple people operating in a wide geographic area.

  • Mothers get a real 'helping hand'

     

    The baby fusses a little as she carefully wraps the richly colored fabric over the mother's shoulders and explains how to tie it in the back. Within two minutes of snuggling against her mother, the baby is content and nearly asleep.

    After giving birth to her second set of twins, Tara Hall needed an extra set of hands.

    She was already a mother to three other children who are homeschooled, co-pastor at Stoner Creek Methodist and Mannsville United Methodist churches with her husband, John, and a seminary student.

  • Blood shortage leaves need for more donors

     

    "They say it's the gift of life, right?" he says.

    Mike Hunt of Campbellsville has O negative blood, the universal type. As such, he regularly donates.

    Hunt and about 40 other people donated blood last Thursday to honor Max Sutton, who died in May after battling a form of blood cancer. He was 68.

    And last Thursday's drive couldn't have come at a better time. The American Red Cross issued a call last week, stating that a blood shortage is looming and donors are urgently needed.

  • Dress codes announced for county, city schools

     

    When they head back to school in a few days, local students need to know what they can and can't wear to class.

    Most of the local schools haven't made any changes in their dress codes for this school year.

    Local principals say they tend to not have trouble with students abiding by the dress codes. Nevertheless, punishments are in place for those who don't abide by the rules.

  • Former deputy's sentencing delayed due to his vacation

     

    The former sheriff's deputy who broke the law he was hired to uphold wasn't sentenced in federal court last week as planned. This time, his sentencing was delayed because he is on vacation.

    But when he is sentenced in two weeks, Billy Rice faces as much as 30 years in federal prison and a large fine.

    Rice, a former Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy, of Campbellsville, was charged in early October with committing federal drug crimes. He had initially pleaded not guilty, but has since entered a guilty plea to the charges.