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Today's News

  • March 30-April 4 games

    Monday, March 30
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Bardstown at Campbellsville.
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Campbellsville at Casey County, Taylor County at Glasgow.
    Tuesday, March 31
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Elizabethtown at Campbellsville (5:30), Metcalfe County at Taylor County (6:00).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Mercer County at Taylor County (6:00).
    UNIVERSITY BASEBALL — Asbury at Campbellsville (DH-3:00).
    UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL — Campbellsville at Cumberland, Tenn. (DH-2:00).

  • Public Record for March 12

    Traffic

     • Larry Justin Hash, speeding, failure to produce insurance card, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, duplicate case, dismissed; speeding, diversion completed, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, pass for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations; failure to produce insurance card, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate; no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

  • Campbellsville School District chooses architect, amends school calendar

    After interviewing three architecture firms last week, the Campbellsville school board has chosen N3D Group of Lexington.

    Before making his recommendation to the board, Campbellsville Superintendent Mike Deaton commended all three firms — including Murphy, Graves and Trimble, PLLC and Studio Kremer Architects — for their “very impressive” presentations and noted that all three of the companies “would do well by Campbellsville Independent Schools.”

  • Early Days March 12, 2015

    TEN YEARS AGO

     March 10, 2005

     Loretta Hash, RN, recently completed her bachelor of science degree in nursing. Hash is the infection control nurse and chemotherapy department director of Taylor Regional Hospital.

     Alice Arnett has been named the Taylor Regional Hospital ambassador for December.

     Austin Tedder has been named a president's scholar at Western Kentucky University for the fall 2004 semester.

  • March 12-19 games

    Thursday, March 12
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Southwestern at Campbellsville (6:00), Taylor County at Thomas Nelson (5:30).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Campbellsville at Caverna (6:00).
    Friday, March 13
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Bardstown at Taylor County (5:30), Campbellsville at Danville (5:30).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Bethlehem at Taylor County (6:00).
    UNIVERSITY BASEBALL — Campbellsville at Lindsey Wilson (3:00).

  • Cards advance to state tournament

     

  • Back on region top

     

  • TCHS reaches first region finals since 1983

     

    Taylor County is returning to its first Boys' Fifth Region Basketball Tournament championship game since 1983 as the Cardinals knocked off North Hardin 65-55 on Monday night.

    Brandon Berry and Quentin Goodin had 20-point outings for TCHS while Cam Morgeson added 10 and Austin Webster eight rebounds.

    The Cardinals maintained a 26-22 half-time lead despite Berry and Goodin missing much of the second quarter with two fouls.

  • Local man faces federal indictment for possession of child pornography

    Campbellsville resident Lonnie Harness faces federal indictments that accuse him of possession of child pornography.

    A teleconference with his public defender, federal prosecutors and Judge Greg N. Stivers of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky in Bowling Green is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 19.

    Commonwealth’s Attorney Shelly Miller said they should know more about his status after that hearing.

  • Plummer shaving head for a cancer cure

    McKenzie Plummer’s headaches just kept getting worse and worse.

    For three or four days at a time, she couldn’t open the blinds and needed her room to be completely dark.

    Eventually, her headaches began happening on a daily basis.

    “I would get these really sharp pains that would pretty much paralyze me, and I’d fall in the floor,” she said. “One day, I was just like, ‘I have to go to the doctor.’”