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Today's News

  • Not first back-to-backs for TCHS sports

     

  • Another national double trip for CU basketball teams

    For a second straight year and the sixth time in school history, both Campbellsville University’s basketball teams will be playing in the NAIA national basketball tournaments.

    Lady Tigers tip off tourney
    Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
    A No. 8 national ranking has the Lady Tigers checking in as the At-Large No. 2 qualifying seed and a spot opposite Xavier (La.) at the 36th Annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship.

  • Local man sentenced to 30 months for firearms violation

     

    A Campbellsville man was sentenced last week to 30 months in prison for multiple counts of firearm violations.

    U.S. Attorney John Kuhn, Jr., announced on Thursday that Christopher Cox, 33, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Greg Stivers to 30 months in prison, the maximum sentence for the offenses charged under the federal sentencing guidelines, said a press release by Stephanie Collins, public information officer for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Western District in Kentucky.

  • Annual St. Baldrick's event set for Saturday

     

    It is that time of year again as many brave a shave for kids with cancer.

    The mission of St. Baldrick’s is to raise awareness about a cure for childhood cancer. This year’s local fundraiser is Saturday, March 19, on Campbellsville University’s campus. This is the ninth annual St. Baldricks Shaving to Conquer event. From 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. people are encouraged to raise money for the cause at the Powell Athletic Center. This year $6,460 has been raised toward the $20,000 goal. Last year the event surpassed that same goal by raising $30,480.

  • Local couple embraces energy-efficient home

     

    For Donald and Brittney Jones, their life plan has been on a steady track. The Campbellsville natives first met early on during their childhood with both their parents working at the National Guard. They eventually began dating when they attended Taylor County High School.

  • Ground broken for CIS elementary project

     

    It was a ground breaking moment outside Campbellsville Elementary Thursday ... quite literally. Kindergarteners with the future Class of 2028 helped kick off the CES renovation project.

  • TRH has $18.4 million economic impact on county

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital has a significant impact on the economy of Campbellsville and Taylor County — to the tune of $18.4 million.

    Numbers recently released by the Kentucky Hospital Association show that hospital purchases from local companies and local spending by hospital employees totaled $18.4 million in 2013, which were the most recent numbers available.

  • How do collegiate coaches analyze prospects?

     

  • Magistrates want responsibility taken for park, property

     

    One magistrate’s request to buy a new utility vehicle for Veterans Memorial Park sparked a discussion at Tuesday night’s Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting about who is responsible for what at the park.

    At District Five Magistrate Ed Gorin’s request, the county purchased a $3,475 Gator utility vehicle by a vote of 5-1. District Two Magistrate John Gaines was the only one to vote no.

  • Taylor County High boys return to state tournament

     

    The Taylor County High School Cardinals claimed their second 5th Region boys’ basketball championship in a row Tuesday night, knocking off Bardstown 69-53 at Nelson County High School. The Cardinals will now face the Mason County Royals, champions of the 10th Region, at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 17, at Rupp Arena in Lexington.