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Today's News

  • Presbyterian Churches host Maundy Thursday service

    Five Presbyterian church congregations in Taylor, Marion, Nelson and Washington counties are inviting area residents to attend a worship service on Maundy Thursday.

    The service of Holy Communion and Tenebrae, an ancient liturgy meaning “a service of shadows,” will be at 7:30 p.m. at Pleasant Grove Presbyterian, 5 miles north of Springfield off KY 555 on Pleasant Grove Loop.

  • Public record for March 25

    Traffic

    Trey T. Shirley, speeding, amended to improper equipment, $168.

    Auther Bauge, speeding, amended to improper equipment, $143; failure to wear seat belts, $25; failure to produce insurance card, license to be in possession, proof filed, dismissed.

    Patricia A. Montgomery, excessive window tinting-windshield, no tinting label on vehicle, proof filed, dismissed.

    James Forester Holland, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, dismissed.

  • CU to perform 'Smoke on the Mountain'

    Campbellsville University's theater department will take a trip back in time to the year 1938 when it performs "Smoke on the Mountain" on March 27-29.

    Performances are at 7 p.m. on March 27 and 29 and 3 p.m. on March 28 in the University Theater.

    Travel to Mount Pleasant, N.C., and join the Sanders family and Rev. Oglethorpe for an "upliftin' good time."

  • Senator to speak at Chamber lunch

    Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce will have its monthly luncheon at noon Thursday, April 8 at First United Methodist Church.

    Sen. Jimmy Higdon will be the guest speaker.

    Kentucky Christian Academy is the co-sponsor of the event.

    The cost is $8 for Chamber investors and $10 for non-investors.

    Reservations must be made at the Chamber by noon on Tuesday, April 6. Any cancellations after Tuesday will be billed. Any reservations made after the deadline will cost $1 more.

  • Three-fifths of CHS' 1959 starters were at 2010 region

    When one starts mentioning names, like this columnist did about the Boys’ Fifth Region Tournament championship game, you tend to leave someone out.

    Writing about the 1959 Campbellsville High undefeated regular-season squad, I mentioned that starting guard James Thompson and center Thomas R. McMahan were in attendance.

    I was told later that the other starting guard, Eddie Claycomb, was also in the stands.

    By the way, the starting forwards on that unit coached by Paul J. Coop were Danny Rose and Dale Wilkerson.

  • Eagles lose leads in opening baseball encounters

    Campbellsville High School lost a pair of leads late and dropped its first two baseball games last week - 5-2 at home to Grayson County on Monday and 7-6 at Russell County on Tuesday.

    The Eagles led Grayson County 2-0 going to the sixth inning, but allowed a run in the sixth inning and four more in the top of the seventh with two of the runs being unearned.

    Taylor Levi pitched the first five innings and allowed only three singles, a walk and no runs while striking out four.

  • Health care or health scare?

    After months of debate, compromises, town hall meetings and legislative wrangling nearly stalled the Democrats' efforts, President Barack Obama has signed into law legislation that will reform the workings of the American health care system.

    The historic legislation has drawn differing reactions from politicians, health care providers and residents. While nearly everyone can agree that the moment is historic, it's a milestone that has drawn equal amounts of joy and anger.

  • Taking the Stage

    Those at Ransdell Chapel on Friday night heard a voice they might have never expected to hear in Campbellsville.

    Country music legend Vince Gill took the stage to help Campbellsville University raise money to install turf and lights on the football and baseball fields.

    And, according to Chuck Vaughn, Big Maroon Club director and major gifts officer at CU, Gill's concert raised $40,000 in ticket sales.

  • Two charged in sealed indictments

    Two Campbellsville residents have been charged with selling drugs in indictments recently unsealed by a Taylor Circuit Court judge.

    The indictments were unsealed early this year, though they were only recently available at the Taylor Circuit Clerk's office.

    A grand jury may seal an indictment if there is a possibility that the accused will try to evade police.

    Indicted were:

    u Jeffery L. Pierce, 52, of 517 Fern Drive in Campbellsville was charged with first-degree selling morphine.

  • Update: Schools pay $100K settlement to former teacher

    The amount of money a former teacher received after settling her lawsuits against local school boards is now a matter of public record.

    The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled unanimously two weeks ago in favor of making the settlements in the cases public. And, last week, Campbellsville Independent and Taylor County school officials released those settlements.

    Former Campbellsville High teacher Katherine Moss received a total of $100,000 in settlement from the school districts.