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Today's News

  • Campbell celebrates 100th birthday

     

    Beulah Campbell was recently honored with a 100th birthday celebration given by relatives and close friends. The reception was held on May 7 at Bluegrass Way Senior Living where Campbell currently resides.

    Campbell’s friends and family describe her as a special lady who always has a welcoming smile.  Janet Clark, Campbell’s niece and a retired elementary school teacher, said Campbell is both her aunt and her best friend.  

  • Cardinals clinch #1 seed for district baseball tourney

    Taylor County wrapped up the number-one seed in the 20th District Baseball Tournament by downing Adair County 9-3 on the road Friday night.
    The Cardinals (13-8 overall and 5-1 vs. district foes) led 1-0 early when courtesy-runner Tanner White scored on Tyler Franklin’s ground-out.
    After the Indians (6-15, 0-5) tied the score in the bottom of the first, TCHS went up for good on Justice Gregory’s solo home run. The Cards led 3-1 on a passed ball before Adair County crept within 3-2.

  • CHS netters advance at region

    Several of Campbellsville High School’s boys’ and girls’ tennis players advanced in the Fifth Region Tournament on Friday.
    Singles’ winners were senior Brooklyn Harris and sophomore Samuel Kessler while in doubles, the teams of senior Morgan Milby/junior Mallory Haley, junior Zack Settle/sophomore Cass Kidwell and sophomore Cody Davis/Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Patrick Walker advanced to today’s round at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown.

  • TCHS stand-out athletes announce collegiate choices

     

  • County to host annual clean-up events free to public

    Taylor County is hosting a couple of annual clean-up events later this month, both of which are free of charge to the public.

    The county and the Kentucky Division of Waste Management are holding their annual waste tire collection program Thursday, May 19, through Saturday, May 21, at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet building at 236 Bear Track Road.

    The program will be from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 19 and 20 and from 8 a.m. to noon on May 21.

  • National Day of Prayer celebrated locally

    People stood outside the courthouse on an unusually cool day on Thursday to reaffirm what they see as this country’s Christian traditions and principles.

    At a National Day of Prayer event, Steve Wagers, pastor at Calvary Baptist Church, said he was glad to be an American, a Kentuckian and a Christian.

    He quoted Psalms 33:12, which states: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people he has chosen for his inheritance.”

  • Campbellsville woman indicted for robbery in Marion County

    Taylor M. Hatfield, 19, of 413 Taylor Boulevard in Campbellsville, was indicted for first-degree robbery in Marion Circuit Court on May 2.

  • Murder case bound to grand jury

    A case involving a fatal shooting will go before a Taylor County grand jury.

    At a preliminary hearing Friday, Taylor County District Judge Amy Anderson forwarded the William Calhoun case to a grand jury.

    The Campbellsville Police Department arrested Calhoun, 25, of Lebanon, on Saturday, April 30, on charges of murder and first-degree assault.

  • Lady Cards made it eight straight

     

  • Lady Eagles go 1-1 at All ‘A’ Classic State