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Today's News

  • Campbellsville's post office has a new postmaster

    Campbellsville's post office has a new postmaster.

    Tony Kush became Campbellsville postmaster in late September. Before coming to Campbellsville, Kush was delivery supervisor at the Radcliff Post Office, where he had spent the last six years of his career.

    As postmaster, Kush oversees the day-to-day operations, including routes, customer service windows and whatever else he needs to serve the community and local businesses.

    And for a small community, it's a pretty busy job, he said.

  • Salon 68 adds new stations

    Emily J. Farris, owner of Salon 68, has just finished a remodeling project at her store. There are now five stations in the salon.

    Farris has 15 years of experience in owning and managing salons.

    Farris specializes in color, highlights, relaxers, permanents, conditioning treatments, trendy manageable haircuts especially for fine, thin hair and naturally curly hair, shampoo setting, up-do styles and eyebrow arches.

  • Muldraugh Hill Baptist to celebrate 135th anniversary

    Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church, located at 4430 KY 289 in Lebanon, will be celebrating its 135th anniversary Nov. 4-8.

    Following is a schedule of events for the week.

    Wednesday, Nov. 4 - the Rev. Harold Meers.

    Thursday, Nov. 5 - the Rev. Earl Pike.

    Friday, Nov. 6 - the Rev. Steve Skaggs.

    Saturday, Nov. 7 - The Garry Polston Family.

    Sunday, Nov. 8 - the Rev. Bruce Hullette, during morning worship. A potluck meal will follow the service.

  • Couples graduate from childbirth classes

    Four couples graduated from the prenatal and childbirth classes at Taylor Regional Hospital in October. They are, from left, Kelly and Anthony Parker of Campbellsville, Rebecca and Elizabeth Fugate of Columbia, Amber and Jonah Kendall of Campbellsville and Tara and Jonathan Willis of Greensburg. The five-week series is free to anyone delivering at TRH. The class is taught by Jenny Dobson, RN, MSN, CLC, CCE. For more information, call the Taylor Regional Hospital Women's Center at 465-3561 Ext. 2232.

  • Good Hope Baptist to host Garett Lowery

    Good Hope Baptist Church will be led in an evening of music and praise by Garett Lowery and his parents on Sunday at 6 p.m.

    Lowery is a senior at Campbellsville University and is a licensed minister who feels called into career missions. He is currently the pastor of student ministries at Bardstown Baptist Church.

    Lowery says of his family, "We all descended from a long line of Baptists from Kentucky to Georgia and are ready to come worship God with you and have a great time together."

  • Bolden Kids Corner

    Tatum Reese Bolden, born on Oct. 10, is the daughter of Natashia Newman and Benjamin Bolden of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Shawn and Misty Newman of Greensburg. Great-grandparents are Bonnie Greenawalt of Adair County, Barbara and Mike Newman of Greensburg and Bill and Patty Knapp of Columbus, Ind.

  • White's Ridge to host all-day church and dinner

    White's Ridge Baptist Church will host all-day church services and dinner on the grounds on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14-15.

    All times listed are EST. Everyone is invited to attend the services. Food will be served between each service.

    For more information, call Pastor Dickie Rogers at (270) 250-5214.

    A schedule of events follows.

    Saturday

    - 10 a.m. - Bro. Gary Tucker preaching with singing by Russ Milby.

    - 2 p.m. - Bro. Mark Bradshaw preaching with singing by Paulette Tucker and Deidra Bray.

  • Perkins retires from Campbellsville Post Office

    Campbellsville Post Office hosted a retirement party Friday for Wanda Perkins. Perkins, a window service technician, retired after 31 years with the U.S. Postal Service. Postmaster Tony Kush, left, presents Perkins with a certificate honoring her service.

     

  • Parish joins Edward Jones Company

    Shayne Parish has joined the Campbellsville office of Edward Jones, according to financial advisor George Eon.

    "I am really looking forward to working with George," Parish said. "I'll have all the advantages of working with an experienced investment professional while getting to know local investors. This will be a tremendous opportunity to increase my investment knowledge and hone my customer service skills."

  • Update: Man dies in weekend wreck

    He loved to operate bulldozers, and was, according to one of the many who knew him, an "old gentleman" and a "good friend."

    A Campbellsville man is dead and another injured after a two-vehicle crash this past Saturday on KY 55.

    Tommy Lee Smothers, 80, of 100 John Minor Lane was pronounced dead at the University of Louisville Hospital just hours after his vehicle had been struck by another driven by Robert Barnes, 26, of 200 Winners Circle in Columbia.