Today's News

  • Accused bank robber to undergo psychiatric exam


    A Lexington man who is accused of robbing a local bank in January is to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

    Thomas E. Riley, 52, who wasn't present in court Friday morning, will have another pre-trial conference at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 1. His trial, which was originally scheduled for Monday, has not yet been rescheduled.

  • Superheroes fight cancer at TCES


    Superheroes walked the track Thursday at Taylor County Elementary School in support of childhood cancer research and the KJ Richerson Scholarship Fund.

    KJ Richerson, who attended TCES, lost his battle with cancer two years ago as a young child.

    "He was one of our Cardinals," Melissa Long, vice principal, said.

    Family and friends of KJ established a scholarship fund in his memory. KJ loved superheroes and found enjoyment in art.

  • CMS hosts TCMS Monday at 7 in CKMSAC Bowl

    Campbellsville will host Taylor County for the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference championship in the CKMSAC Bowl Game tonight at 7:00 on Dave Fryrear Field.
    CMS bested Metcalfe County 34-0 and Taylor County conquered Casey County 38-12 in Thursday’s semi-final play-off clashes.
    The 11-0 Eagles defeated the 8-3 Cardinals 18-12 in the regular-season match-up on Sept. 8.

  • Danville dampens CHS’ perfect football start


  • J.B. Holmes added to U.S. team for The Presidents Cup


  • Is a fall break really needed?

    When I was a kid, I remember starting school near my birthday almost every year. That meant the first day of school would come in the last week of August. It was nothing new to us back then, 30 some years ago. But today, with school starting much earlier in some districts across Kentucky, some state legislators are now in the debate about when the first day of school should be scheduled.

  • Newlyweds fight cancer together


    The love story for Becky and Kyle Salsbury has been a long journey filled with faith and love.

    Having been a couple for 16 years and engaged for two years, they were on a two-year plan of merging their families into one.

    "We have four kids between the two of us, all the same ages, and it just didn't seem right at the time for us," Becky said.

    They met when their oldest children were in first grade.

    Their children are, Lake, 22, Lainey, 22, Parker, 19, and Ethan, 19.

  • Tebbs Bend Bridge to be moved within six weeks


    The 115-year-old Tebbs Bend Bridge is expected to be moved to a permanent location on one of the trails at the Homeplace on Green River in the next six weeks.

    That is what Robert Reeder of RGF Concrete, a company out of Flemingsburg, Ky., that is in charge of the construction of the bridge project, said this week.

    It has sat near its old location for the past few months, ever since crews lifted it from its old foundations.

  • Postmaster plans tribute to veterans at post office

    A memorial for local veterans, both living and deceased, is planned for the Campbellsville Post Office.

    David Lane, postmaster at the local post office, wants people to send photos of local veterans to the post office; he plans to create a collage in the front lobby as a memorial.

    "I'd like people to bring in pictures of their loved ones who served in the military, a picture that I can make a collage out of, that shows both civilian and military," Lane said. "If they only have one picture, that's fine, too."

  • Hardy appointed county coroner


    Taylor County Deputy Coroner Al Hardy has been made Acting Coroner in the wake of Terry Dabney's death.

    Who will permanently succeed him, however, isn't yet set in stone. Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers appointed Hardy for 30 days, and when that 30 days is up, he can either reappoint him or appoint someone else, said Taylor County Attorney John Bertram.

    Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney said anyone who wants to run for the office has to file by the last Tuesday in January of 2016, which would be Jan. 26.