Today's News

  • Construction continues on new schools


    Taylor County School District construction has made a jump in progress as of last Thursday when twenty to thirty cement trucks made their way to the construction site. More than 350 yards of concrete was poured to continue the project and keep it moving forward. 

    “It’s quite a project,” Doug Jones, superintendent with Branscum Construction, said.

    “It is going to be a beautiful building when they get done with her.”

  • Air Evac celebrates 30 years


    This month, Air Evac Lifeteam celebrates 30 years of providing access to definitive healthcare for thousands of medically underserved people.

    The local Air Evac group will celebrate its 11th year this November, Dan Durham, senior program director for Eastern Kentucky's Air Evac Lifeteam, said.

    The local team is based in Taylor Regional Hospital. They have eight full-time medical personnel, four pilots and five part-time personnel, for a total of 17 people.

  • CMS rolls, TCMS falls in openers


  • Childhood memories can last forever


  • Public Record for August 13


    • Ashley D. Coomer, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed; failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate.

    • Bronson L. Creason, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

  • Early Days August 13, 2015


    Aug. 11, 2005

    Gov. Ernie Fletcher has appointed Yevette Haskins of Campbellsville to the Western Kentucky University Board of Regents.

    Madison Tayler Ball celebrated her first birthday on Aug. 3 with a party at home with family and friends.

    Saloma Baptist Church will host a homecoming on Sunday, Aug. 28.

  • County wants to build fire substation


    The county wants to build a Taylor County Fire Department substation on 6 acres of land on Old Greensburg Road.

    At Tuesday night's Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting, magistrates voted unanimously to look for bids for the proposed building, which would be located near Phillips Lanes. A cost estimate was not available at the time.

  • Fallen trooper laid to rest


    A state trooper killed in a car crash was remembered Tuesday as a man of faith who displayed that faith through service.

    In a funeral for Sgt. David Gibbs, who died Friday on Ky. 210, at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown two pastors - one past and one present of Gibbs' childhood church - used messages of Gibbs' faith to comfort mourners.

  • Weather delays school progress


    Mother Nature has not been kind to the Taylor County School District in terms of allowing progress on its construction projects.

    At Tuesday's regularly scheduled meeting, Superintendent Roger Cook told school board members the project is currently behind schedule due to inclement weather.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball leagues later this month