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Today's News

  • Campbellsville woman injured near Raywick

    A Campbellsville woman was injured in a one-car crash Friday afternoon a mile south of Raywick in Marion County.

    According to a news release from the Kentucky State Police, Jorretta Jones, 59, was traveling north on KY 527 in a 2006 Dodge at 2:43 p.m. when her vehicle dropped off the right side of the road and struck an embankment.

    Jones was treated and released at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon. She was wearing a seat belt.

    Trooper Fred Cornett investigated.

     

  • Woodrum-Thompson

    Kimberly Rose Woodrum and Jeremy Trent Thompson, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Oct. 3.

    Woodrum is the daughter of Amy and Danny Baldwin of Campbellsville and Brian and Vanessa Woodrum of Liberty. Her grandparents are Kirby and Martha Cox, David and Rosa Clements and Danny and Betty Baldwin, all of Campbellsville, and Clement and Viva Woodrum and Christine Noel, all of Liberty. Great-grandmother is Elizabeth Arinsmier of Campbellsville.

  • Choirs to join for worship and praise event

    On Saturday night, Ransdell Chapel will be bursting with melody and harmony when the Graves Family and East Campbellsville Church of God choirs come together for a night of singing, entertainment and praise.

    Both choirs will perform their own selections as well as combine their talents. The music variety will include hymns and modernized versions of hymns, contemporary Christian and jazzy selections.

    "We're doing this for one reason - to glorify the Lord," says Robbie Spencer, pastor of East Campbellsville Church of God.

  • Campmeeting begins Sunday

    A campmeeting will begin on Sunday at Acton Retreat Center and continue from Wednesday.

    A schedule of events includes:

    - Sunday - Corn hole and youth pizza party, 6:30 p.m. ET; and worship led by the Lindsey Wilson College Awakening Team and Praise Band at 7:30 p.m.

    - Monday - Gary Shepherd, formerly with the Kingsmen, in concert at 6:30 p.m.; and the Rev. Paul Fryman leading worship at 7:30.

    - Tuesday - The Campbellsville Emmaus Community will be recognized. The Rev. James Jones will lead worship at 7:30 p.m.

  • Harper-Allen

    Nicole Harper and John Allen, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Oct. 3.

    Harper is the daughter of Samuel and Marlene Harper of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Lorena Cochran of Campbellsville and the late Wallace Lewis and Andrew and Jewell Harper.

    She is a 2003 graduate of Taylor County High School and a 2007 graduate of Campbellsville University. Harper is employed at Lee's Famous Recipe.

    Allen is the son of Caswell and Paula Francis of Lexington. His grandparents are the late Paul Allen and Marie Allen.

  • Airport hosts first-ever 'Fly In' event for public

    "My patient has coded in the aircraft," the man said over the speaker.

    On the way to the James Graham Brown Cancer Center for treatment, the patient, who was being flown by airplane, became ill during the flight.

    An emergency call went out from the plane's radio, asking that the person on the other end of the transmission call 911 and ask for emergency personnel to be at the Taylor County Airport as soon as possible.

    Just a few minutes later, Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue personnel arrive at the airport, just before the plane lands.

  • Flatwoods Separate Baptist to host camp meeting

    Flatwoods Separate Baptist Church will host its 16th annual campmeeting this weekend.

    A line-up of evangelists and musicians follows.

    - Tomorrow - Bro. Charles Cook of Morgantown at 10 a.m.; Bro. Gerald England of Sparta, Tenn., at 2 p.m.; and Bro. Timmy Shirley of Greensburg at 6:30 p.m. Friendship Baptist Church of Jonesville, Ky. will provide music during the 6:30 p.m. service.

  • Curves of Campbellsville celebrates Women's Health and Fitness Day

    More than half of adult U.S. women are overweight and more than one-third of adult U.S. women are obese, according to the American Obesity Association. In fact, obesity plays a major role in the poor health of women, including diabetes and high blood pressure.

    Such statistics can be alarming, and the increase in obesity is why places, like the local Curves center, have educational programs to address weight loss through focused curricula and classes.

  • Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian to host revival beginning Sunday

    Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church will host revival services beginning Sunday morning, Oct. 4.

    The Rev. Kevin Brantley will be the evangelist. On Sunday, Oct. 4, the Spirit Seekers from Lebanon will be in concert during the 11 a.m. service.

    Preaching services begin Sunday night at 7 and will continue each evening at 7 through Wednesday.

    Special music through the week will be provided by Tommy Davenport, Jessica Merritt and Sparkie Taylor.

     

  • The dumbest thing I've heard in a long time

    I was not intending to write anything about the Steve Nunn situation because it has already received so much media attention, but then I read something that changed my mind.

    The Lexington Herald-Leader in a page one story in its Sept. 13 edition included a quote from Nunn's attorney in which she said that the issuance of a protective order to Nunn's girlfriend in February of this year "caused all the problems."