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Today's News

  • Public record for Feb. 9

    Small Claims Filed

    07-S-123, filed 11/7/07; Samuel Todd Spalding of West Main Street in Lebanon v. Joanie Bright of Baptist Street in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for legal services rendered, $1,500 and $41 in court costs. The defendant was served 1/23/09.

    08-S-130, filed 11/17/08; Rent-A-Center of Campbellsville Bypass in Campbellsville v. Steven M. Wilson of Highland Drive in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes $1,500 and $91 in court costs.

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  • Storm cleanup continues

    A handful of Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative and Inter-County Energy Cooperative customers in Taylor County were still without power on Friday.

    According to Nolin's Web site, crews were still working to restore power at numerous substations, including the Magnolia substation in LaRue County, which serves Taylor County families along KY 210.

    Inter-County's Web site reported numerous outages in its service area, with the heaviest concentration in Marion County. Inter-County serves 85 Taylor Countians along the Marion/Taylor border.

  • Choir in need of vocalists and dancers

    The Elizabethtown Area Sacred Community Choir will present Honoring Baptists, a community service celebrating the 400th anniversary of Baptists, early in 2009. 

    The service is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel and Sunday, March 1 at 3 p.m. at Elizabethtown Baptist Church.

  • National Wear Red Day is Feb. 6

    February is American Heart Month, and the American Heart Association has designated Feb. 6 as National Wear Red Day - part of Go Red For Women.

    Six years ago, the association launched Go Red For Women, a campaign to alert women to the fact that heart disease is their number-one health threat. Now, many more know that heart disease is not only a man's disease; indeed, it actually kills more women than men, about 460,000 per year, about one per minute, more than the next five leading causes of death, including all forms of cancer, combined.

  • Howard honored with baby shower

    Lindsey Howard was honored with a baby shower Sunday, Jan. 25 at the home of Carla Bennett. She and her husband, Clark Howard, are expecting their first child in late March. Pictured are, from left, Leah Magers, hostess; Debbie Nunery, grandmother-to-be; Lindsey; Bev Noe, hostess; Tona Tudor, grandmother-to-be; and Bennett, hostess.

  • Benefit planned for family who lost home

    A benefit supper and auction has been planned for Truman and Ruby Jessee and Mike England who lost their belongings in a fire.

    The benefit will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 at Breeding Volunteer Fire Department.

    Soups and chili will be served. There will be a cakewalk and auction and singing by the Gospel Sounds of Edmonton.

    For more information, or to donate items, call Sandy Coffey at (270) 378-6019 or Wilma Firkins at (270) 432-5684.

    In case of inclement weather, the benefit will be moved to Red Lick United Methodist Church basement.

  • Annual Homeplace meeting rescheduled

    The annual meeting of The Homeplace on Green River originally set for Jan. 29 has been rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 7 at noon.

    The meeting, which will be at the Taylor County Extension Office, was rescheduled because of the recent ice storm.

    The public is invited to learn about accomplishments in the past year and plans for the coming year. In addition to reports, board officers will be elected.

  • TRH to offer food safety class

    As food service professionals know, awareness and commitment to promoting food safety is a primary obligation. Proper training is one of the best ways to install food safety procedures with the establishment.

    That's why Taylor Regional Hospital Nutritional Services Department will be offering ServSafe Classes beginning this spring. 

  • Celebrating 109 years ... But who's counting?

    The sunlight streams through the window, casting a glow on her silver white hair. She sits contently in her comfy chair, a bundle of hot pink yarn in her lap that will soon become a crocheted bookmark - one of many that she gives to her visitors.

    It's a usual day for Lera Williams. Except, perhaps, that she has just received 11 more birthday cards in the mail. That totals 33 so far. And, as of Thursday, her birthday was still four days away.

    Today, Williams turns 109 years old.