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Today's News

  • Local officers, community have good relationship

    On the national scene, tension between citizens and police has risen due to a lot of high profile, highly publicized incidents.

    As this week kicks off National Police Week in the United States, beginning with National Peace Officers Memorial Day today, officers of the Campbellsville Police Department are continuing to abide by their mission of serving and protecting the city of Campbellsville.

  • Smith ready to settle into new role

    Kirby Smith is a familiar face for the Campbellsville Independent School District.

    After being at the helm of the CHS baseball team for more than a decade, and serving as a special education teacher as well as principal at CHS for the last two years, Smith is now preparing for a new role he will take on this summer: superintendent of the Campbellsville Independent School District.

  • Public Record April 24, 2017

    Traffic

    • Christopher W. Cowan, failure of owner to maintain insurance, failure to produce insurance card, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate; no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Tim Edelen, failure to wear seat belts, $25 fine prepaid; license to be in possession, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

  • Public Record May 11, 2017

    Traffic

    • Merle D. Hardy, speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Charlotte F. McFarland, speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Elizabeth A. Wrather, improper passing, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, no new violations, dismissed.

    • Jessie R. Yates, disregarding stop sign, diversion completed, passed for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

  • Eagles hit rough baseball stretch

     

    Campbellsville’s baseball Eagles fell at Green County 8-5 on Monday and were shut out at home by LaRue County 10-0 on Tuesday.
    The only CHS hits at Green County came from John Orberson, Ryan Kearney, Treyce Mattingly and Zack Bottoms, who had two RBI. Houk had the lone safety vs. LaRue County.

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  • Lady Eagles square record at 12-12

     

  • CKNJ Community Calendar

    August 9-16
    Book Donations- The Taylor County Public Library will be accepting used books for the next book sale.

    Thursday, August 10
    Class- Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body, presented by the Alzheimer’s Association from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the TRH Education Classroom.

    Friday, August 11

  • Lady Cards upend Cumberland County, Glasgow

     

  • Cards post seventh straight 20-win season

     

    Taylor County posted its seventh straight 20-win baseball season as the Cardinals downed Casey County 11-7 on the road Monday.
    Tyler Franklin had three hits while Daniel Carney, Marcus Moore  and Griffin Hall had two  each at Casey County with Franklin, Daniel Carney and Grant McQueary knocking in two runs each.
    Elizabethtown (20-7) bested the Cardinals (20-8) on Tuesday at Shaw Field.
    Franklin had another three-hit game (plus two RBI) while Moore had two hits.

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  • I was just along for the run