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Today's News

  • Gatewood steps up, out

     

  • Youth's summer success continues throughout the state

     

  • Thomas a third-team all-stater in baseball

     

    Campbellsville High School senior left-handed pitcher Chase Thomas has been named third-team all-state by the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association.
    Thomas, who graduated from CHS in May, plans to attend Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) in the fall to play baseball and major in sports management.

  • City, county, to look at Fruit of the Loom property development

    The city and county will hold a joint meeting Thursday to decide the future of the former Fruit of the Loom property.

    “We’re going to be talking about the TIF (Tax Incentive Financing) program,” said Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers.

    The Campbellsville City Council and Taylor County Fiscal Court will meet jointly at 7 p.m. at the Campbellsville Civic Center. There will be a public hearing at 6 p.m.

  • A lemonade mission

    The Franklin sisters were stirring up a sweet way to give back on the first day of summer.

    Makenna, 8, Halle, 6, and Anniston, 4, set up their lemonade stand Monday afternoon in front of their grandpa’s store, Jeff’s Food Mart.

  • City planning activities for Fourth of July

    It’s that time of year again as the Campbellsville Fourth of July Celebration is quickly approaching.

    The 40-year tradition is a time to celebrate America’s birthday during a family fun packed weekend. From parades and fireworks to hot air balloons and live music.

    The theme for this year’s event is “Remember why ... The Fourth of July!” The grand marshal for the parade will be local retired Air Force Brigadier General Noah E. Loy.

  • Sweeney gets probation for sex offenses

    A man who pleaded guilty to charges related to the sexual abuse of two victims will receive five years’ probation.

    With “tremendous reluctance,” Taylor County Circuit Judge Todd Spalding accepted a plea agreement reached by Michael Sweeney’s attorney Danny Butler and Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney John Miller.

    “I’ll be candid with you. I think this should go to trial, and let the chips fall where they may, and let a jury hear this case,” Spalding told Sweeney.

  • Trail could be finished by the end of the month

    An official opening for the Trace-Pitman Greenway hasn’t been set, but the city hopes it will be completed by the end of the month.

    Campbellsville City Council member Paul Osborne, who chairs the city’s Trail Town Committee, had originally hoped for an official opening of the 2.2-mile trail by the end of the school year.

    “We have had many rain delays; however, we are making good progress and expect to complete by June 30, the dead line,” said Osborne. “It’s a community thing, and we’re working actively on it now.”

  • Annual trail ride fundraiser scheduled for this weekend

    It’s time to saddle up and donate money to a worthy cause.

    The Hill and Valley Saddle Club are having their 24th annual “Saddle up for St. Jude” fundraiser trail ride benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this weekend. The two-day event is set to start Friday, June 24, on Steve Gabehart’s farm in Elk Horn.

    The club has collect $35,000 over the years from this event.

    Numerous things have been added to this year’s event including free camping, live music and food.

  • Newborn hearing loss now more quickly detected at TRH

    Taylor Regional Hospital’s Women Center has upgraded equipment to benefit their newborn babies.

    They updated their newborn hearing screener to the ALGO 5 Newborn Hearing Screener. It combines Natus ALGO AABR® algorithm with technology to provide the newest solution for newborn hearing screening programs.

    “It’s the best of the best,” Jenny Dobson, Director Women’s Center/Nursery, said.

    The Women’s Center has had the new equipment since April.