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Today's News

  • GOP treasurer primary heats up

     

    Eight candidates - five Democrats and three Republicans - are running for state treasurer in the May 19 primary. This article introduces the three Republicans - Allison Ball, Kenny Imes and Jon Larson.

    Democratic primary candidates are Neville Blakemore, Jim Glenn, Daniel Grossberg, Richard Henderson and Rick Nelson.

    The Kentucky Treasurer election will take place on Nov. 3, 2015.

     

    Jon Larson

  • Sewer project bids revealed

     

    Campbellsville City Council members will have two bids each from five different contractors to choose from for the water and sewer expansion for the new Taylor County High School building on Ky. 210.

    There were bids on both 10-inch pipes and 12-inch pipes connecting the new TCHS campus to the sewer plant. Stotts Construction of Columbia had the lowest bid on 10-inch pipes and Cumberland Pipeline of Russell Springs had the lowest bid on 12-inch pipes. The project will cost a minimum of about $450,000.

  • Tough 10-day stretch for Holmes' family

     

  • Parsons' PGA TOUR weeks start on Mondays

     

  • Holmes comes up big with No. 4 PGA TOUR triumph

     

  • Flanagans celebrate anniversary

    Dan and Virginia Flanagan will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception on Sunday, April 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Virginia P. Flanagan Technology Center on the campus at Campbellsville University.

    In lieu of any gifts, the family invites you to write a note of congratulations and memories to be included in a memory book for Dan and Ginny. Dan and Ginny were married on April 4, 1965, at the Jamestown First Baptist Church.

  • Flanagans celebrate anniversary
  • TCES Academic Team wins region

    The Taylor County Elementary School academic team participated in the 2015 Regional Governor’s Cup Competition on Tuesday, March 17 (Future Problem Solving and Composition) and Saturday, March 21 (Quick Recall and Written Assessments) in Gamaliel, Ky.

    They are coached by Jamie Corbin and Jessica McCubbin.

  • CHS students take home art awards

    Campbellsville High School students recently entered the annual Campbellsville Woman’s Club art contest and took home some awards.

    Caylie Blair won first place in printmaking. Ming-Jung “Vivian” Kuo was the third-place winner in drawing and Kathryn Doss took home third place in black and white photography. Jo Ann Harris is the CHS art teacher.

    The awards were announced at a reception on Monday, March 30 at First United Methodist Church in Campbellsville.

  • Report ranks rural hospitals on financial well being

    As many as one-third of Kentucky’s rural hospitals are in poor financial shape, and the survival of some will likely depend on their willingness to adopt new business models, state Auditor Adam Edelen said last week.

    Unveiling a nine-month study, Edelen said 15 of the 44 hospitals examined were in “poor financial health,” and warned, “Closure may be an unfortunate reality for some.”