Today's News

  • Local rescue team helps recover victim

    The Campbellsville Fire and Rescue Special Operations Team recently participated in a mutual aid rescue in Franklin County after a 26-year-old male, Will Rawlings, went missing while fishing in the Kentucky River behind Buffalo Trace Distillery.

    Campbellsville Fire Chief Chris Taylor said that he received a call Saturday night to come to Franklin County to assist with the search for Rawlings, who had been missing since Friday morning.

  • New greenhouse opens

    The community has known the greenhouse at Taylor County High School for nearly 30 years.

    However, with the completion of a new Taylor County High School, so too came the construction of a new greenhouse, which provides various plants and flowers to community members while also providing students with work experience and builds several skills that they can use post-graduation.

    The Taylor County High School greenhouse opened to the public last Friday, with a grand opening in the coming weeks. They held an opening for teachers and staff last Wednesday.

  • Suit against Green-Taylor Water moved

    A lawsuit against the Green-Taylor Water District that alleges that they fired a man after he discovered their fraudulent water testing methods was transferred last week to federal court.

    At the request of the GTWD board’s attorney, Louisville-based Cynthia Effinger, the case was moved to the U.S. District Court of Kentucky, Bowling Green Division.

    “This matter is … involving a claim under a federal statute and the U.S. Constitution,” Effinger said in the file.

  • Baseball Eagles hold off Cardinals


  • Campbellsville earns MSC regular-season baseball title


  • Campbellsville Youth Baseball inducts three


    Campbellsville Youth Baseball inducted three members into its Hall of Fame before Saturday’s season openers at Miller Park. Terry Tedder, Julie Jessie (representing her late husband, Kimble) and Marshall Wingler joined previous honorees — Lynn Kearney and the entire Kearney family in 2015 and Gary Hash and George and Ann Maynard in 2016. CYB president Gary England said the board plans to honor  many more deserving Hall of Famers in the years to come.

  • TCHS teams bounce back from district losses

    The local diamond teams dodged Tuesday’s windy and rainy weather and were scheduled for some make-up district encounters.
    TCHS baseball Cardinals
    After losing a one-run home district match-up last week, Taylor County (11-4) posted three straight baseball victories.
    The Cardinals defeated Southwestern (13-3) on the road on Monday as Griffin Hash went six innings to get the win with seventh-inning relief help from Seth King.
    Cameron Kosid knocked in two of the TCHS runs while Hall and Dawson Cole also had RBI. Kosid and Hall had doubles.

  • Color to Conquer 5K set for Sunday

    The St. Baldrick’s Color to Conquer 5K Run/Walk is coming up, and organizer Donna Wise said she is excited for the event.

    “We’re excited to support such a great cause,” Wise said. “We’re hoping that the weather is great and we have a good turnout. We’re looking forward to it.”

    The run/walk will take place this Sunday, April 23, beginning at 2:30 p.m. EDT, at the Pittman Creek Trail in Campbellsville.

  • Storm slams city

    Straight-line winds came through Campbellsville Tuesday night, causing damage to a few local businesses along E. Broadway Street and knocking down a few trees and power lines in other places.

    Ronnie Dooley, public information coordinator for Taylor County Emergency Management, said the winds came through just before 7 p.m. Tuesday, causing significant damage at Fiesta Mexico restaurant on E. Broadway.

  • Downtown clean-up day planned for Monday

    The Campbellsville Main Street group is planning a monthly cleanup day for downtown Main Street.

    At a recent CMS meeting, Niki Marineau highlighted how the program, titled “Downtown and Dirty,” will work. The group plans to get different groups involved, such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and students from Campbellsville University.

    The first cleanup day will be Monday, April 24, at about 10 a.m., and the group is planning on it lasting about an hour.