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Today's News

  • Reading the right book

    I’m a reader. I enjoy a good book, and I often find myself anticipating something that I want to read, even months before it’s released.

    I used to read hardbacks, but now, I find myself reading most of my books on my iPad or iPhone. It’s easier, and I can take an almost unlimited number of books with me wherever I go.

  • Public Record for April 2

    Traffic

    • James E. Adcock, driving on a suspended/revoked license, now has license, dismissed.

    • Steven E. Brown, failure to use child restraint device in vehicle, $50 fine, due April 15, 2015.

    • Danny Waylon Franklin, driving on a suspended/revoked license, defendant stipulated probable cause, pass for 6 months, dismissed if no new violations.

    • Suzanne Lee Ince, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, amended to failure to produce insurance card, $143 paid in full.

  • CU squads stay on top of MSC diamond races

    Campbellsville University’s diamond squads continue their excellent spring seasons and remain in first place in the Mid-South Conference races.

    No. 18 baseball team
    For the second-straight week, Campbellsville University baseball completed a Mid-South Conference sweep. The 19-4 Tigers took three at Cumberlands also swept Asbury in a non-conference twinbill on Tuesday.

  • Newton named EKU interim coach

     

  • Cards conquer Cumberland, Metcalfe

    Taylor County High School made it four baseball wins in a row by besting Cumberland County 9-3 on Saturday and Metcalfe County 14-1 on Tuesday.
    The Cardinals raced out to a 3-0 lead on Saturday and used the pitching of Jordan Nicholas to conquer Cumberland County.
    Nicholas allowed only one earned run while going the distance and walking none and striking out eight.
    Tyler Franklin had a single and a double in the eight-hit TCHS attack while Nicholas doubled and Tyler Frogge and Daniel Carney tripled.

  • Lady Eagles run-rule Casey

    Campbellsville High School used huge third-, fourth- and fifth-inning scoring frames to post a 12-1 softball triumph at Casey County on Monday night.
    Coach Weston Jones’ squad only led 1-0 going to the top of the third, but tallied three runs in that inning and three more in the fourth before a five-run fifth.
    Paige Dabney hit a grand-slam in the last inning while Brenna Wethington followed with a solo shot.

  • Lady Cards end March with 11 wins

     

  • Region's best E-town tops Eagles 12-2

     

  • April 2-16 games

    Thursday, April 2
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Taylor County at John Hardin (6:00).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Taylor County at East Jessamine (6:30).
    Friday, April 3
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Western Hills at Campbellsville (6:00), Taylor County vs. Paducah Tilghman (6:30) and Paul Laurence Dunbar (9:30) at Woodford County Spring Break Escape.
    UNIVERSITY BASEBALL — St. Catharine at Campbellsville (6:00).
    UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL — Pikeville at Campbellsville (DH-2:00).

  • Search for armed man ends in Boyle County

    The search for 36-year-old Matthew Dale Grider, of Casey County, ended Thursday afternoon in a field in Boyle County, after Grider fatally shot himself, according to Kentucky State Police.

    The search began Wednesday evening around 4:30 p.m. after a Kentucky State Police DESI (Drug Enforcement/Special Investigations) East Task Force Officer stopped to check on a stranded motorist on Sand Knob Road in Casey County.

    After running the vehicle’s license plate number, he discovered the owner, Grider, had active arrest warrants, the release states.