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Today's News

  • Rosson, Watson to wed

     

    Jessica Lee Rosson and Mickey DeWayne Watson of Campbellsville will exchange wedding vows on Thursday, Jan. 6.


    Rosson is the daughter of Carol A. Lee of Campbellsville and Craig Rosson of Illinois.


    Watson is the son of Fred D. Watson and Susan C. Watson, both of Campbellsville.


    The wedding ceremony will take place at the Community Center on KY 210 at 6 p.m. A reception will follow.


    All family and friends are invited.

  • Birth announcements

     

    Shelbie Reynolds and Ryan Mackie of Campbellsville announce the birth of a son, Garrett Cole Mackie, at 8:35 p.m. on Dec. 25 at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville. He weighed 6 pounds, 4.5 ounces and was 19 inches long.

  • Meadowview Baptist to show church history

    Meadowview Baptist Church will present "Christianity: The First 2000 Years" on Sunday nights at 6:30 p.m. throughout January and February.

    Beginning this weekend, the critically acclaimed program from the A&E Television Network chronicles the history of Christianity from the Crucifixion of Jesus through the 20th Century.

    Everyone is invited to come and learn more about the history and development of the church.

    Meadowview is located at 1211 Elk Horn Road. Brent Gupton is pastor.

  • Early Days

     

    Ten Years Ago, Jan. 4, 2001

    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A Garrison of Campbellsville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday.

    Melinda Cox has accepted a promotion to senior sales consultant at the Central Kentucky News-Journal, according to Cheryl Magers, advertising manager.

    Nancy White Wooley of Campbellsville is among the 35 Campbellsville University students named to the 2000 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

  • Victory Church has new pastor

    Victory Church on KY 1799 has a new pastor and is inviting the community to meet him and join in a fellowship meal this weekend.

    Bro. Carl Cross of Clinton County, Ky. will speak at the Sunday service. The meal will follow.

    Cross has been in the ministry for more than 30 years and comes to Campbellsville from Dickens Chapel Church in Albany, Ky.

    The community is welcome.

  • 22 years of service

    Leona Crain celebrated 22 years of service at Campbellsville Baptist Church on Oct. 24.

    Crain is the ministry assistant to the Discipleship Ministry Team.

    Also pictured, from left, are Palvena Pace, chair of the personnel committee, and the Rev. Skip Alexander, senior pastor.

  • Winter time is sauger time

    When the going gets tough (fishing), the tough go sauger fishing. It’s a fish most easily caught in the coldest weather.
    Below the dams on the Ohio and other streams are prime territory for sauger, a tasty cousin of the walleye.
    Sauger action usually starts in November and good fishing continues through the end of February from the Markland Dam all the way down the river to the J.T. Myers Dam at Uniontown. There also is good fishing along other streams throughout the state.

  • U of L basketball 2010-11

    U of L basketball (18-6)

    Day, date    Opponent (TV)    Time
    Tuesday, Nov. 16    Butler    88-73
    Saturday, Nov. 20    Jackson State    62-45
    Monday, Nov. 22    Chattanooga    106-65
    Saturday, Nov. 27    Marshall    80-66
    Wednesday, Dec. 1    Florida International    92-55

  • UK basketball 2010-11

    UK basketball (17-6)

  • Mid-South Conference basketball

    Women’s standings
    Campbellsville    12-1    19-3
    Shawnee State    10-3    19-6
    Lindsey Wilson    8-4    17-6
    Cumberlands    8-4    14-10
    Pikeville    7-6    17-7
    Rio Grande    6-6    15-9
    St. Catharine    4-9    9-16
    Georgetown    4-9    8-16