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Today's News

  • Atmos Energy names new operation supervisor in Campbellsville

    Mike Close recently became Atmos Energy's operation supervisor of the Campbellsville service area.

    Close, whose career with Atmos began in 1981, will be responsible for overseeing all operations of Campbellsville's 10,000 customers in the four-county area.

    Close, a Campbellsville native, was most recently a crew foreman and measurement specialist for Atmos Energy. He is active with the American Cancer Society and Campbellsville University.

    Close and his family will continue living in Campbellsville.

     

  • Socks for inmates

    Campbellsville Christian Church donated 200 pairs of socks for inmates at the Taylor County Detention Center. They were handed out on Christmas Eve along with another 200 pairs of socks from Greater Campbellsville United. Pictured are, from left, Jailer Rick Benningfield, Ricky Malone, Mona Malone, Steve Lawson, Debbie Lawson and John Humphress.

  • Carney interview to air on ‘Dialogue on Public Issues’

    Campbellsville University’s “Dialogue on Public Issues” will feature Kentucky Rep. John "Bam" Carney, a Republican representing District 51 of Taylor and Adair counties.

    The show with Carney, who is interviewed by John Chowning, vice president for church and external relations and executive assistant to the president, will air Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 1:30 and 7 p.m.

    For more information on programming on TV-4, contact Jim Wooley, director of broadcast services, at 789-5210 or jwooley@campbellsville.edu.

  • Borders-Creason

    Sarah Borders and Trent Creason will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Jan. 23.

    Borders is the daughter of David and Terry Borders of Lexington. Her grandparents are Bob and Phyllis Houchin of Bowling Green and the late W.B. and Kathleen Borders.

    She is a May 2008 graduate of Campbellsville University. Borders is currently working on her master of arts in marriage and family counseling degree at CU.

  • Republican women elect officers

    Taylor County Republican Women installed officers for 2010 during a meeting at the home of Randall and Pat Phillips on Dec. 3. Pictured are, from left, front, Denise Walsh, second vice president; Marlyn Shreve, president and Carole Mobley, first vice president. Back: Brenda Barnett, recording secretary; Margaret Stewart, corresponding secretary; Kathy Larimore, third vice president; Tonya Young, treasurer and Pat Phillips, historian. Randall Phillips conducted the installation.

  • Former resident nominated for Military Spouse of the Year Award

    Lisa Anderson Spencer of Alexandria, Va., formerly of Campbellsville, has been nominated as Military Spouse of the Year for the significant volunteer time and leadership talents that she has provided to causes that support military families.

    Military Spouse of the Year represents the sacrifice, patriotism, professionalism and altruism that embody the community of 1.1 million current and 20 million former military spouses.

  • Bishop-Jeffries

    Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bishop of Greensburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Bishop, to Kevin Jeffries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jeffries, also of Greensburg.

    Bishop, a 2005 graduate of Western Kentucky University, is the director of the Green County Adult Learning Center.

    Jeffries is a 2004 graduate of ITT Technical Institute and is a networking technician for the Green County Board of Education.

    A December wedding is planned.

     

  • Grace Notes

    I'm currently reading "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years" by Don Miller.

    He wrote "Blue Like Jazz," which continues to be the best Christian book I've ever read, although not for its literary merit. The book is random and messy, but Miller's thoughts are raw and profound.

    His new book begins with a movie producer wanting to turn "Blue Like Jazz" into a movie, but he tells Miller that the book as is wouldn't make a compelling or interesting movie because his real life is boring.

  • Turpin resigns as TCHS head football coach

    Rodney Turpin has resigned as Taylor County High School’s head football coach.

    Turpin, who played at Lincoln County and Campbellsville University, guided the Cardinals as head coach for the last six seasons (24-41) and to TCHS’ first district title in 2008.

    He was an assistant for the Cardinals after also heading up the middle school program.

    “Counting my days at Campbellsville University, I’ve been here for 20 years,” Turpin said. “Twenty years is a long time for me.”

  • CU men now 21st after avening loss to Olivet Nazarene.

    JaVaughn Espritt took the opening tip from Nestor Colmenares and quickly gave Campbellsville University a 2-0 lead Saturday, a lead it never gave up, as the Tigers downed visiting Olivet Nazarene University 79-55 in the final non-conference game of the season.

    The win ended a five-game win streak for Olivet Nazarene and answered a CU loss on Dec. 5 at ONU, 78-63.

    Campbellsville shot 63.6 percent in the first half (14-22) and carried a 38-20 lead into halftime with Espritt and Colmenares leading the way in the post with nine points each.