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Today's News

  • Judicial Center nears completion

    The Taylor County Judicial Center is in its finishing stages.

    At last Tuesday's regular Fiscal Court meeting, Magistrate James Jones told the Court that work on the building is coming along well and is now 80 - and in some areas 90 - percent complete.

    Jones said the tentative finish date for the building is July 28, with offices moving in near the end of August.

    For more on this story and others, see Monday's print edition.

  • Courthouse square, streetscape projects near completion

    May 25 is expected to be the first true unveiling of the Courthouse Square and Streetscape projects. While work likely will not be 100 percent complete, much of the work will be finished in time for the Memorial Day celebration on that day.

    "Despite the weather, we're supposed to be pretty much on schedule," Mayor Brenda Allen says.

    Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers said workers are getting ready to sow grass seed, but 12 days of rainfall have halted those efforts.

    "Because of the rain, it's been about impossible for them to work."

  • Chamber: Pat Webster named Ambassador of the Year

    You will likely see her at any number of community events, either volunteering her time or being a representative of the Chamber of Commerce.

    Pat Webster was named the first recipient of the Ambassador Award at the Chamber's annual banquet last month.

    Webster was born and raised in Campbellsville and was a schoolteacher for 28 years before retiring in 1990. She taught one year in Rineyille, three years at Taylor County Elementary School and 24 years at Campbellsville Elementary School.

  • Upcoming softball and baseball district tournaments

    The pairings for the Fifth Region softball and baseball tourneys are:

    Softball district tournament pairings

    20th District at Adair County

    Monday, May 18 — Taylor County-Campbellsville (6:00) and Adair County-Marion County (7:30). Tuesday, May 19 — Championship (6:00).

    19th District at Nelson County

    Monday, May 18 — Nelson County vs. Bardstown (6:00) and Washington County vs. Bethlehem (7:30). Tuesday, May 19 — Championship (6:00).

    18th District at Caverna

  • Lady Tigers find one under the radar

    Campbellsville University Lady Tiger coach Ginger Colvin thinks she found a player flying under the basketball radar in Graves County High School's Kayla Hopkins.

    "We got onto her late," says Colvin, "but I think we've found a good, solid prospect."

    Hopkins, according to Colvin, is not flashy but has a solid floor game, can create and gets other players involved. She's also a great student, according to Colvin.

    "She's just what we need."

  • Relay for Life cookout is May 22-23

    The Kroger on Broadway Relay for Life team will have a cookout May 22-23.

    Ribeye sandwiches will be sold for $4. Hamburgers will be $2. Hot dogs are $1, and desserts and drinks will be 50 cents each. All proceeds will benefit Kroger's Relay for Life team.

    For more information, or to call in advance orders, call 465-7024 Ext. 2163 or 465-0501.

     

  • Tigers fight back to title tilt in region

    Campbellsville University is two-thirds into an improbable comeback after wins on Thursday against Lindenwood University (17-8) and Kansas Wesleyan (11-0) in the NAIA Region 8 Baseball Tournament at the Lou Brock Sports Complex in St. Charles, Mo.

    Coach Beauford Sanders' Tigers faced Wesleyan on Friday with the winner earning a berth in the NAIA World Series, which begins this Friday at Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, Idaho.

  • Relay for Life golf scramble is May 30

    The Relay for Life Par 3 Golf Scramble will be Saturday, May 30 at the Miller Park golf course. The event was rescheduled from May 16 due to anticipated rain.

    Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society and are tax deductible.

    Four-man teams will play an 18-hole captain's choice scramble. Play begins at 10 a.m.

    Cost is $25 per person. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place teams. 

    Those interested in playing should contact Susan Blevins at 789-8927.

  • BREAKING NEWS: CU headed to NAIA World Series

    Campbellsville University will be making its first trip ever to the NAIA Baseball World Series after a 4-0 win over Kansas Wesleyan on Friday in Lindenwood, Mo.

    Riding the pitching arm of senior hurler Bryan Fuller, who threw 21 consecutive innings in a 26-hour period, the Tigers won three straight games after a 5-4 loss to the team they beat for the Region title. Fuller, from Lewisburg, Ky. pitched the last three innings against Lindenwood University on Thursday afternoon, nine against Kansas Wesleyan Thursday in an 11-0 shutout and nine today.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball schedule

    The Veterans Memorial Park softball schedule for May 18-21 is:

    Monday, May 18 (Men’s Church)

    6:10 (1)    Woodlawn Christian vs. Living Grace 2

    6:10 (2)    Freedom Baptist vs. Campbellsville Baptist

    7:15 (1)    Palestine Baptist vs. Summersville Baptist

    7:15 (2)    Elk Horn Baptist vs. Vineyard

    8:20 (1)    Robinson Creek Baptist vs. Campbellsville Christian

    8:20 (2)    First Baptist vs. Columbia Nazarene