Today's News

  • Man charged with robbing local bank


    A Lexington man is behind bars and charged with robbing a Campbellsville bank.

    Thomas Riley, 51, was arrested Friday afternoon and charged with robbing the Forcht Bank in Green River Plaza, according to a release from the Campbellsville Police Department.

    Riley allegedly robbed the bank and fled the scene in a black Jeep Grand Cherokee with an undetermined amount of cash and a handgun. Officers observed the vehicle at the intersection of Broadway and Federal Place and were able to take Riley into custody without incident.

  • Lady Cards out-scored 26-16 in fourth


  • Taylor pulls away from Marion with 20-1 second quarter


  • CHS Eagles claim All ‘A’ Fifth Region title


  • Jan. 26-Feb. 7 basketball games

    Monday, Jan. 26
    HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Taylor County at Bethlehem.
    Tuesday, Jan. 27
    HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Taylor County at Adair County (6:30).
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL — Taylor County at Adair County (8:00).

    Wednesday, Jan. 28
    HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Campbellsville at Hart County.

  • February sports calendar

    TCHS bass fishing team hosting chili supper Feb. 13 during TCHS basketball twinbill
    The Taylor County High School bass fishing team will be having a chili supper on Friday, Feb. 13 from 5-8 p.m. as TCHS hosts LaRue County in a girl/boy basketball doubleheader as well as homecoming. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any team member or at the door.

  • Lebanon man arrested after fleeing domestic scene


    A Lebanon man is behind bars after attempting to flee the scene of a domestic call.

    Diaz Douglas, 25, of Lebanon, was taken into custody at approximately 11:30 p.m. Thursday.

    Deputy Mark Dickens responded to a domestic call at the intersection of Fairview and Friendship Pike, according to a release from the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office. When Dickens arrived, Douglas fled the scene on foot. He was apprehended by sheriff’s deputies moments later on Friendship Pike.

  • Marion County man killed in farming accident


    A Marion County man was killed after he became trapped in a grain bin at 911 Merrimac Road in Bradfordsville around 3:40 p.m. Wednesday.

    Joseph Gary Blanford, 64, of Holy Cross, had climbed into the bin to attempt to unclog the auger when the soybeans caved in on top of him, causing him to be buried in the soybeans, according to a press release from the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office.

    Blanford was pronounced dead by Taylor County Coroner Terry Dabney at the scene. Dabney said Blanford died as a result of asphyxia.

  • Lady Cards bounce back from tough loss


  • Cards fall to unbeaten team before hammering Hart

    Taylor County suffered its fourth loss of the season on Sunday night, but posted victory No. 17 on Tuesday at home.
    The Cardinals fell to undefeated Wilmington (Ohio) 82-72 in the 13th annual Flying to the Hoop Classic in Dayton, Ohio.
    TCHS led by one after one quarter, but trailed by five at the intermission and by seven going to the final period.
    The Cardinals were down 69-64 with three minutes to play, but were out-scored 13-8 down the stretch.