Today's News

  • New CU field house project progressing

    The new field house at Campbellsville University will be larger than the one that burned down several months ago.

    Architects are working on designs, and CU officials are hopeful that there will be drawings publicly available in the next month or so.

    “We are looking to have a larger structure that complements the athletic complex,” said Keith Spears, CU vice president for communication.

  • Fair rides into town

    The annual Taylor County Fair will be back in town June 3-10, and fair organizers are hoping for at least 14,000 attendees this year.

    Fair Board President Paul Malone said one big change from previous years is a new midway provider, James Gang Amusements out of Andalusia, Alabama. A midway provider is a contractor that provides rides, other attractions, game booths and fair foods.

    “We’ll have 18 rides,” said Malone. “We’ll have rides for small children, and then there’ll be rides for the youth … and adults.”

  • Hot vehicles pose danger for kids, pets

    Over the last seven years, an average of 37 children die in the U.S. per year from vehicular heat strokes, caused by being locked in a hot car with no air conditioning, according to kidsandcars.org.

    The majority of these incidents are unintentional, usually stemming from a distracted parent who forgets that a child is still in the car.

    Incidents like these happen at a variety of places, from grocery stores to places of employment and many others.

    Especially in parking lots, an unsuspecting citizen may spot a child in a car on a hot, summer day.

  • Marion County claims both 20th District titles


  • Mattingly’s 3-run blast sends Eagles past Cards 8-7


  • Boil water advisory in effect until further notice


    Heavy rains and thunderstorms accompanied by lightning across Taylor County Saturday night left the county facing flash flooding, fires and property damage. And all of that was on top of a county-wide water emergency.

    Much of Taylor County was without clean water over the weekend due to the storms, and as of Sunday afternoon, a boil water advisory remained in place.

    A special press conference was held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, and community leaders gathered at the Campbellsville Civic Center to address the issues faced by Taylor County.

  • Marion teams eliminate Adair County squads


  • Lady Cards deny Lady Eagles region berth again


  • Woman starts special-needs support group

    A local resident has started a support group for parents/caretakers of those with special needs, particularly children.

    Nicole Britton, a Taylor County resident that teaches special education in the Washington County School District, started the group Empowered Parents with the main focus of assisting those who care for individuals with special needs.

    This includes a variety of things, according to Britton.

  • $2.3 million career center could be coming to Campbellsville

    A possible $2.3 million grant could be used to build a new vocational school in Campbellsville.

    That money will go towards remodeling the newest part of the old Taylor County Elementary School after the old front part of that building is demolished, as well as equipment, software and curricula to train students and adults, said Taylor County Schools Superintendent Roger Cook.