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Today's News

  • Saga Mama hosts ribbon cutting

     

    A ribbon cutting ceremony was recently hosted for Sara Ward's recently opened Sage Mama business.

    The business, located at 122 E. First St., will provide support and education for mothers and mothers-to-be.

    The business is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    There is a childbirth class on Mondays at 6:30 p.m., a prenatal nutrition class on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and rhyme time early literacy program classes on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 10 a.m. Services are also available by appointment.

  • Carney attends school finance meeting

     

    State Rep. and House Republican Whip John "Bam" Carney, R-Campbellsville, recently attended the November meeting of the Subcommittee on School Finance.

  • PVA warns homeowners of deed scam

     

    Opening the letter, the recipient sees "Recorded Deed Notice" in bold letters.

    They also read specific information about their property, such as how many bedrooms and bathrooms are in the house, when it was built, how much it cost, the specific parcel number and more.

    On the surface, Taylor County PVA Chad Shively said, the document looks real. But he says it's really just a scam.

    "So someone who looks at that could be like, 'This could be legit.'"

  • TCES Cardinal Chorus performs Disney classics

     

    The familiar sounds of classic Disney songs filled the Taylor County Elementary School gymnasium on Thursday night.

    TCES Cardinal Chorus presented its fall performance for parents, friends and teachers and again the following morning. Students sang songs from "Tangled," "Mary Poppins," "Sound of Music," "Pocahontas," "Beauty and the Beast" and more.

  • Religious materials allowed in county schools

     

    They have taken the first step to change their policy on distributing religious materials on campus.

    Before Tuesday night, the distribution of religious materials on the Taylor County School District campus was allowed only if approved by Superintendent Roger Cook.

    But that night, Board members had first reading setting a policy allowing religious materials to be allowed on a day intended to recognize religious freedom and diversity, should the District want to ever set such a day.

  • Melton again denied release from prison

     

    He has asked many times over the years to be released from his jail cell. And the answer has been "no" on all but one occasion.

    Rex Melton filed another request in August to be immediately released from prison. But a week and a half ago, a local judge denied the request.

    Melton was accused of beating another man and placing him inside a car trunk with a turtle about 25 years ago.

  • TCHS students launch satellites to study weather

     

    After letting go, his hard work literally floats away.

    But since the aviation student intended for his satellite to fly, he seems happy with that.

    Taylor County High School aviation students Jacob Hiller, Tucker Pogue and Ryan Ford are working with Morehead State University to study satellite and space systems.

    Last Wednesday, after three weeks of work to prepare, their CricketSats were ready to fly. Students met with officials from the Institute for Aerospace Education and Morehead State University to launch their satellites.

  • Two charged with attempting to mail drugs to jail

     

    A Campbellsville woman and a Greensburg man have been indicted on charges alleging they attempted to mail drugs to the Taylor County Detention Center.

    Rebecca Underwood, 36, of Campbellsville, and Daniel T. Marcum, 21, of Lowe Street, were indicted last Tuesday by a Taylor County grand jury.

    Underwood and Marcum were charged with first-degree promoting contraband and being second- and first-degree persistent felony offenders, respectively.

  • Woman receives treatment after report of fire in home

     

    A woman was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital for treatment after it was reported to Campbellsville Fire & Rescue personnel on Wednesday at about 4 p.m. that her home might have been on fire.

    Firefighters responded and removed some paper from the woman's home on Brookside Avenue that was in flames. The fire was extinguished quickly.

    Campbellsville Police also responded and Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS personnel treated the woman at the scene.

  • Man could get probation for violating terms of sex offender registration

     

    A Campbellsville man might serve 180 days in jail for failing to abide by the terms of his sex offender registration.

    Michael Lee Vanheck, 34, of 702 Buckner St., was indicted in September by a Taylor County grand jury.

    Vanheck was charged with failure to comply with the terms of his sex offender registration and being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

    According to Vanheck's arrest citation, he registered his address with probation and parole staff members as 3735 Bengal Road in Campbellsville.