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Today's News

  • Walk raises money for ‘nearly unknown’ disease

    A local walkathon that took place recently raised nearly $3,500 for research into Huntington’s Disease.

    “I am pleased with the turnout, it being an unknown disease and the first year we’ve done it,” said Rebekah Taylor, a Campbellsville woman who organized the Team Hope Walk at the pavilion at Green River Lake State Park. The event was organized via the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

  • Guptons share memories of travelers more than 50 years ago

    In 1962, Campbellsville native Tom Gupton encountered two German-born brothers who were making their way across the country on horseback.

    The two brothers – Peter and Wolfgang Stoerckle – were trekking on horseback from Ontario, Canada, to Los Angeles, California, a trip that took from January to December 1962. They had left Ontario with $25; they were going to work their way across the country. 

  • New library director settling into job

    There has been a new face filling the stakes at Taylor County Public Library this fall. Tammy Snyder is the new director of the TCPL. 

    Snyder and her husband, Kevin, have resided in Green County since 2010. Kevin is active duty military and is currently stationed in Texas. He is approaching retirement, and soon will join Snyder at their home in Kentucky. 

  • Ballot set for Nov. 8 general election

    People in the city and county have only five days to register to vote in the Nov. 8 general election.

    “Absentee voting by mail is already under way,” said Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney. “Those voters who need to vote absentee by mail can apply now through Nov. 1. Those who will be out of town on Election Day and need to vote absentee on the machine in the clerk’s office will be able to vote in the office beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 11.”

  • Honoring Sam

    A beloved teacher, coach, mentor and community leader was recognized again for his selfless acts to his community. 

    The Samuel V. Wickliffe Park received a more permanent display last week with a plaque dedication.

    “We did the plaque to commemorate him in the community, and all he’s done for this community,” Yvette Haskins, president of the Durham School Reunion, said. 

  • Accused murderer’s case set to go to grand jury

    A case involving a murder from last month will be forwarded to a Taylor County grand jury.

    During a Wednesday morning preliminary hearing, Taylor County District Judge Amy Anderson ruled that a grand jury should decide on charges against Jorge Serrano Gavarrete, 20, of Ray Street.

  • Local schools’ test scores shine

    Most local schools in the city and county districts showed great improvements last week as the Kentucky Department of Education released the 2016 test scores for the Unbridled Learning system. Both the Campbellsville Independent and Taylor County School districts were named as distinguished/progressing districts. Taylor County Schools were classified as a district of distinction/high progress district, while Campbellsville Schools were classified as being a high performing district.

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  • Card linksters capture KPGA middle school state

     

    Taylor County followed up its regional championship a week later with the KPGA Middle School Boys’ State Championship at Quail Chase Golf Club in Louisville on Saturday.

    Coach Byron “Binky” Smith’s Cardinals took the team title with a score of 222 (with the top three scores counting) as Highlands second (245) and Gray third (245).

  • Cardinals improve to 11-0 after 36-0 CKMSAC Bowl rout

     

  • Lady Cards head to Fla. with a 27-2 volleyball worksheet

    Taylor County High School's volleyball team won the Red Hawk Invitational at Seneca High School in Louisville over the Sept. 23-24 weekend and then swept Campbellsville 25-6, 25-6, 25-15 on Monday night in regular-season action.

    Taylor County, which improves to 27-2 on the season, has won 68 of the 82 sets its played this season.

    Coach Stephen Zink’s squad will play three matches in Florida during fall break (Oct. 5-7) before two final regular-season matches.