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Today's News

  • Kentucky Coroner's Association seeks drug disposal system

    A little-known aspect of a county coroner’s job duties has been gaining some recognition around the state, as the Kentucky Coroner’s Association is lobbying for legislation that creates a state protocol for how county coroners are to handle the disposal of drugs recovered from a death scene.

    Taylor County Coroner Daniel Cook said this is a relatively unknown aspect of his job as Taylor County Coroner.

  • Awards for local football players

     

  • Beechwood bursts CHS' state title run bubble

     

  • Art Series continues with Tuesday show

     

    The second show of the Central Kentucky Arts Series is quickly coming up, and CKAS board member Lisa Gupton is very excited about next Tuesday’s show.

    “We are very excited about this show, and for all the shows that we have coming up this year,” Gupton said.

    The show will be a concert involving the Almeida Duo, which consists of Denis Almeida Santos and Saulo DeAlmeida.

  • Taylor County earns Work Ready certification

     

    It has been years in the making, but the announcement was made public last week that Taylor County was named a “Kentucky Work Ready Community.”

    A news release from Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner announced that Taylor and Barren counties have been certified as Kentucky Work Ready Communities.

    “Moving from a Work Ready In Progress Community to a Work Ready Community is a great achievement for Taylor County,” Team Taylor County Executive Director Ron McMahan said.

  • Grand jury indicts 11

    A Taylor County Grand Jury recently handed down indictments against 11 people.

    Among those indicted are the following individuals:

    ·      Erik J. Sanders, 18, of Union Church Road in Columbia, on charges of first-degree burglary and theft of a firearm. The charges stem from an incident in which Sanders was arrested in connection with a break-in at Big Al’s Gun Shop on Fairview Road.

  • Amazon honors veterans

     

    Although Veterans Day has passed, a local company held a ceremony honoring Veterans on Tuesday morning.

    The Campbellsville Amazon Fulfillment Center held a free lunch on Tuesday to honor and recognize the veterans and veterans’ spouses that are employed there.

    Amazon Manager Carlos De La Garza said there are more than 70 veterans employed at the Amazon Fulfillment Center, and several other spouses of veterans are employed there, too. Across Kentucky, more than 1,000 veterans are employed by Amazon and around 17,000 nationally.

  • Tornado touches down in Taylor County

     

    Local farmer Rod Phillips and his wife were in an equipment building on their property on Cave Road around 6 p.m. Saturday evening when the winds began to pick up outside.

    Phillips said they were finishing feeding their dogs when they heard the winds begin to gain strength and they began to feel the building shake.

    The two lay down on the floor of the building, hoping to remain safe as the storm passed through. The worst part of the storm probably only lasted about 45 seconds, Phillips said.

  • Overlapping seasons can be a good and bad thing

     

  • High school football

    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
    Friday, Nov. 17 results

    (regional championship games)
    Class A
    Campbellsville 44, Crittenden County 8
    Beechwood 35, Ky. Country Day 14
    Raceland 31, Paintsville 14
    Pikeville 14, Hazard 9
    Class 2A
    Mayfield 40, Owensboro Catholic 7
    Christian Academy 24, DeSales 3
    Glasgow 40, Monroe County 14
    Danville 49, Lexington Christian 7
    Class 3A
    Elizabethtown 52, Caldwell County 6
    Boyle County 57, Lex. Catholic 15