Today's News

  • GRM makes a difference for many families


    They gathered together and asked God to continue blessing Green River Ministries and those who come there for help.

    GRM hosted its second annual "Souper Chilly Open House" on Friday afternoon with a lunch to raise money for its homeless shelter.

    A program at noon featured several speakers, including Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen, Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers and four people who have used the services offered at GRM's "one-stop shop."

  • City, County websites get new look


    Tony Smith has turned his love for computers into a career.

    From helping City and County department officials with computer problems to updating web pages, Smith's duties often don't end when the Taylor County Courthouse closes at 4:30 p.m.

    "I'm on call after that," he said. "If the computer breaks down at the jail, I'll come running."

  • From north of the border to left coast for diamond Tigers

    The ability to recruit nationally. It’s the reason basketball coach John Calipari is at Kentucky. It’s why Brian Kelly got the job at Notre Dame and maybe one of the big reasons Bobby Knight is unemployed.
    Recruiting is the key to success in college sports, and the wider the recruiting base, the more successful a program will be. Campbellsville University Tiger baseball is no exception.

  • Community Club basketball sign-ups announced

    The Campbellsville Community Club is conducting Youth League Basketball sign-ups and try-outs for boys in grades 1 through 6 living in Campbellsville/Taylor County on Thursday, Nov. 18 (6-7:30 p.m.), Saturday, Nov. 20 (10:30 a.m.-noon) and Sunday, Nov. 21 (2-3:30 p.m.) in the Campbellsville Elementary multi-purpose gymnasium.

  • Youth Baseball announces community forum for Nov. 16

    Campbellsville Youth Baseball is hosting a community forum Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Campbellsville High School Cafeteria.
    The board will discuss the current league  structure and possible changes. The community is invited to attend and will be allowed to comment and ask questions. Those who may want to speak will sign up as they enter the meeting.  The forum will present information and research that has been gathered and is seeking community input.
    The CYB Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, Nov. 23 to discuss and possibly vote on their findings.

  • CU gridders score 35 early, last touchdown for 45-42 Mid-South Conference East triumph at Virginia-Wise

    Who needs a two-minute offense when you have a 40-second offense? Campbellsville University and the University of Virginia College at Wise combined for 17 points in the final 1:40 of the game Saturday and nearly made it 20, but UVA-Wise missed a field goal as time expired to give Campbellsville a 45-42 Mid-South Conference East Division win on the road.

  • No. 4 Lady Tigers stomp Morris, Wilberforce

    Women’s basketball at Campbellsville University took up where it left off 226 days ago, as the Lady Tigers took to the hardwood and defeated Morris College 91-40 in their season opener on Saturday.
    Campbellsville scored the first 10 points of the game and led 24-5 with 13 minutes left in the first half when Alexia Williams deflected a pass and scored on a lay-up.
    All-American Whitney Ballinger led CU at the break with 15 points and finished the game with 19. But nine of CU’s players logged double-digit minutes in the game, seven with more than 18.

  • Tool maker turns editor, lure maker

    From tool and die maker, to fishing guide, to boat upholstery, to lure maker, to computer guru, to fishing magazine editor. That’s Chris Erwin.
    “I came from bass fishing. I started club fishing in 1971 and I didn’t think I’d ever get tired of bass fishing, but if you catch a fish 40 inches long in 6 inches of water and that doesn’t thrill you, then you’re dead,” explained Erwin, as we enjoyed a beautiful fall morning fishing Cave Run Lake.

  • Too much Ram power in first half for Eagles

    Campbellsville High School begin the football play-offs just like it ended the regular season — by spotting a quality opponent 28 points in the first half on Dave Fryrear Field.
    While, like last week, coach Jay Cobb’s displayed a much-better second-half effort the results were the same — a 40-28 loss to Raceland in the first round of post-season play.
    CHS, which finishes at 4-7, could muster only three first-half first downs while the Rams were chalking up 13 which led to a pair touchdowns in each of the first two quarters.

  • Early high school basketball games

    Campbellsville University Athletic Boosters
    Jamboree in the Powell Athletic Center
    Friday, Nov. 19
    6:30    Warren East vs. Harrison County (girls)
    7:30    Campbellsville vs. Lewis County (girls)
    8:30    Lewis Co. vs. Campbellsville (boys)

    Saturday, Nov. 20
    5:30    St. Patrick vs. Taylor County (girls)
    6:45    St. Patrick vs. Metcalfe County (boys)
    8:00    Glasgow vs. Taylor County (boys)