Today's News

  • Protecting the rights of the unborn
  • Property tax tips from your PVA

    If you are like me, sometimes it can be a little overwhelming doing something that you may not do on a regular basis. For me, that "something" can be flying. I have flown a total of three times in my life, and the last time I flew was directly into Chicago. Talk about a fish out of water. Some folks feel the same way when it comes to the property tax system in Kentucky.

  • The wrong kind of attention

    If you’re offended by the words you are about to read, frankly, I don’t care.

    And I’m tired of everyone being offended about everything these days.

    Granted, there are some things about which we should be offended, but most of the time, when we hear about them on TV or the Internet, those who are offended are not very well informed. I would have said they are stupid, but, well, you know.

  • Public Record for August 3


     • Stephen J. Kasey II, buy/possess drug paraphernalia, 60 days probated for 24 months, $153 in fine and costs due Oct. 14, 2015.

     • Kisha Lynn Nunn, second-degree cruelty to animals, harboring a vicious animal, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed without prejudice.

     • Tasha C. Smith, illegal possession of legend drug, 30 days, probated for 24 months, conditional on no new violations, $153 in costs due Feb. 3, 2016.

  • Public Record for August 6


    Gary E. Money, improper equipment, proof filed, dismissed; contempt of court, dismissed.

    Jeffrey L. Bishop, speeding, diversion completed, pass for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

    James A. Blair, speeding, diversion completed, pass for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

    Sarah Elizabeth Hayes, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

  • Early Days August 6, 2015


    Aug. 4, 2005

    Ivan and Nadine Barnes of Campbellsville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on June 10 with a surprise dinner at the Stonehearth Restaurant in Elizabethtown.

    Barbara Sandusky was the winner of the Eastern Star quilt given away during Campbellsville's July Forth celebration.

    Cody Smith won the Kentucky State FFA Quiz Contest.

    Ashley Kristen Corbin has been honored with Lindsey Wilson College's Begley Scholarship.

  • Two face charges for theft, endangering child


    A Campbellsville man was arrested on DUI, theft and endangerment charges Monday morning, and a Campbellsville woman was arrested on a theft charge Tuesday, according to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report.

    Joshua Grisso, 33, was arrested after 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 3, on South Central Avenue on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs (aggravating circumstances), first offense, endangering the welfare of a minor and theft by unlawful taking over $500 but under $10,000.

  • TCHS teams second in 'Big Daddy' Classics


  • INFAC adding 20 new local jobs


    A company that located to Taylor County seven years ago is set to expand.

    INFAC, a manufacturer of automotive cables, actuators, antennas and horns, will create 20 additional jobs and invest $1 million into the project, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear (D) announced last week.

    Ron McMahan, executive director of the Campbellsville/Taylor County Economic Development Authority, said they're already taking applications, from local and out-of-town people alike.

  • Bluegrass Games hardware


    Taylor County High School's volleyball squad captured the Third Flight at the Bluegrass State Games on Aug. 2. The Lady Cardinals won all four of their matches (vs. Bardstown, Warren East, Campbell County and Louisville Male) in straight sets and actually placed 29th overall in the 79-team field. TCHS begins the regular season at home vs. Russell County on Tuesday, Aug. 18.