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Today's News

  • City water rates to increase

    The city will undertake a $4.3 million project to fix a sludge problem at the Campbellsville Water Treatment Plant, which the city hopes to fund via the automatic 3-percent increase in water and sewer rates that the Council approved in 2015.

    Council member David Nunery said the debt service would be $171,544 a year, and the Council need not take any action for the increase to take place at the beginning of the new fiscal year.

  • Cards win first game, but drop next two in Panama City

     

  • Eagles take four on Florida swing

     

  • Coyle third in DCP field

     

  • Taylor County High duo shines

     

    Taylor County High School’s Shawn Mills and Peyton Cox finished eighth out of 205 boats at the Kentucky Bass Federation High School Championship on Lake Cumberland on April 1.

    The duo caught five fish, totaling 12 1/2 pounds. The winning squad caught 15 pounds worth of fish.

    Mills, a sophomore, and Cox, a junior, qualify to fish the Bass Federation High School National Championship June 28-July 1 at Pickwick Lake in Florence, Ala.

  • Library celebrates National Walking Day at Miller Park

    In honor of National Walking Day, the Taylor County Public Library and the American Heart Association put on a walking-related event at the Miller Park walking track.

    The event, called “Walk With Us,” took place in the afternoon. Emily Synder with Taylor County Public Library said they’ve been planning this for about a month, as part of an effort to offer programs that span different age groups within a family.

  • Sanford accepted into U.S. Air Force Academy

    Only 12.3 percent of applicants to the United States Air Force Academy are accepted each fall.

    In the fall of 2017, Taylor County High School senior Meghan Sanford will be among that group.

    Sanford is set to graduate from Taylor County High School on May 19 and just a little over a month later on June 29, she will head west to enroll in the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  • Green-Taylor Water District faces lawsuit

    A Greensburg man is suing the Green-Taylor Water District, alleging that they fired him after he discovered their fraudulent water-testing methods.

    In a lawsuit filed last week, Dewayne Harmon, who notes that the GTWD employed him for 26 years, is seeking compensatory and punitive damages, and alleges that the GTWD violated the state’s Whistleblower Act when they fired him.

    “He knows what he’s talking about,” said Lebanon-based attorney Ted Lavit, talking about Harmon, who he is representing.

  • Shooting, fire lead to arrest

    A Campbellsville man was arrested Wednesday night after reportedly shooting his wife and setting fire to their house.

    Richard D. Hord, 54, of Collins Lane, was arrested on charges of first-degree attempted murder, second-degree arson and two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, a Taylor County Sheriff’s Office report said.

  • County working on 2017-2018 budget

    The county is working on its 2017-2018 fiscal year budget.

    After a meeting of the county’s budget committee, it was decided to advertise for one-year and five-year bids for janitorial services for the old courthouse and maintenance for the Taylor County Justice Center and Taylor County Detention Center.

    Maintenance and janitorial services were the main topics of conversation at that meeting. On hand was Taylor County District Judge Allen Bertram, who was there to advise committee members on the quality of the services rendered at the justice center.