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Today's News

  • Finishing well

    If there's such a thing as a perfect day for a funeral, Friday was it. Puffy white clouds dotted the blue sky, the temperature a perfect 75 degrees.

    The friends and family of Teresa Rosebrough packed the church for a triumphantly joyful, yet mournfully sad memorial service.

    At 50, our friend T lost her three-and-a-half-year battle with ovarian cancer.

  • Campbellsville native is winner of Count Me In's Micro to Millions Award

    Business growth program, Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence, selected Kim Orlando of TravelingMom.com as one of the four recipients of the Micro to Millions award during its competition in Trumbull, Conn. event on Oct. 11.

    Orlando, daughter of Campbellsville resident Raj Sublett, attended Taylor County High School. She is the mother of three and lives in Greenwich, Conn. Orlando received the Count Me In Award for her business, TravelingMom.com, an online resource where moms can find filtered, relevant travel information. 

  • Evangelist to speak at CU convo

    Tyra Lokey-Robinson, sign-art evangelist from Hope Community Church in Franklin, will be the speaker at Campbellsville University's chapel series Wednesday, Nov. 19 at Ransdell Chapel at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend.

    Lokey-Robinson is founder of the sign-art ministries, a sign language ministry that reaches the deaf and hearing impaired, at Hope Community Church in 1992.

  • Conway Freight supports Red Ribbon Week

    As a culminating activity to Red Ribbon Week, students from local school systems were selected to tour a Conway Freight truck, honk the horn and receive both a Red Ribbon bracelet and coloring sheet compliments of Conway Freight.

    The Campbellsville/Taylor County Anti-Drug Coalition made the arrangements and asked students what Red Ribbon Week meant to them.

     

  • Minor honored with bridal shower

    Emily Minor was honored with a bridal shower on Oct. 25 at the home of her parents, Bobby and Diane Minor. Pictured are, from left, Pam Tungate, hostess; Betty Tungate, grandmother and hostess; Rhonda Tungate, hostess; Emily; Elizabeth Sneed and Candace Tungate, hostesses. Minor will marry Derrick Keltner at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22 at Campbellsville Christian Church.

  • Corn hole tournament set for Dec. 13

    Audience 1 Sports will host a corn hole tournament on Saturday, Dec. 13 at the Campbellsville Community Center in Veterans Memorial Park.

    Payout will be based on the number of teams in the tournament.

    Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with the tournament starting at 10. Single entries cost $15 each and doubles are $30 per team.

    For more information, contact Jason England at 403-3373 or e-mail audience1sports@yahoo.com.

     

  • Time to sign up for Part D

    From now until Dec. 31, Medicare Part D is offering an "open-enrollment" period, meaning that seniors can change their prescription drug coverage to pick a new plan that better meets their needs.

    Seniors should jump at this once-a-year opportunity. Instead of being forced into a one-size-fits-all plan run by the government, Part D participants can choose among a variety of private insurance plans, custom tailoring their coverage to their particular drug needs.

  • Lady Tigers convert down stretch for 88-84 home win

    Courtney Danis hit four free throws in the last 15 seconds to seal an 88-84 Campbellsville University Lady Tiger (1-1) victory over Robert Morris (0-1) on Friday night in the Powell Athletic Center.

    Danis led all scorers with 21 points but got good support as three other Lady Tigers scored in double figures.

    The free throws weren't Danis' only heroics as she drained a three-pointer at the intermission buzzer that gave Campbellsville a 44-41 lead.

  • Let's philosophize

    I recently purchased my latest car; a loaded Saab 95, complete with 7-speaker stereo system, heated and cooled seats, multi-function sunroof and a plethora of other amenities, some of which I have yet to figure out how to operate. It is a luxury car that gets 32 miles per gallon on the highway, and it could easily be the most comfortable car I've ever owned. 

  • Public record for Nov. 20

    Traffic

    Henry L. Goff, 64, of New Columbia Road in Campbellsville, following another vehicle too closely, no new violations, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    Jake C. Gordon, 31, of Liberty Road in Bradfordsville, speeding, no new violations, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    Michael Gribbin, 29, of Liberty Road in Campbellsville, failure to wear seat belts, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed without prejudice.