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Today's News

  • CU to host executive director of Kentucky Commission on Human Rights

    Campbellsville University will host John Johnson, executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, as the speaker for CU's chapel Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. in Ransdell Chapel.

    The public is invited to attend this address that celebrates Black History Month.

    Johnson's agency, located in Louisville, receives, initiates, investigates, conciliates and rules upon jurisdictional complaints alleging violations of the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.

  • LWC to celebrate Black History Month

    Lindsey Wilson College will celebrate Black History Month by commemorating one of the most famous concerts in U.S. history.

    Soprano Sonya Gabrielle Baker will perform "For Thee We Sing: The Historical Implication of Marian Anderson's 1939 Easter Concert" on Tuesday, Feb. 10.

    The event - which includes a multimedia lecture and recital - will be at 8 p.m. ET in the W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall. It is free and open to the public.

  • Property transfers for Feb. 5

    The amount listed is the price paid or the fair market value of the property.

  • One injured in Greensburg Road collision

    A Campbellsville resident was injured Friday after two vehicles collided on Greensburg Road.

    According to a report by Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Dickens, Justin Gifford, 19, of 346 Russell Road and Dana King, 41, of 265 Natures Way were both traveling west on U.S. 68 at 4:45 p.m.

    The report states that King slowed her 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer to make a left turn onto Davis Road. Gifford told Dickens that he was blinded by the sun and struck King's vehicle from behind with his 1995 Dodge Intrepid.

  • H.O.M.E. program focuses on marriage

    Low-income Taylor Countians who want some relationship help may be eligible for a free program that does just that.

    The Happiness and Opportunity through Marriage Education program, also known as H.O.M.E., a nearly $2.3 million federal grant program geared toward providing free relationship assistance to low-income families, began last year.

    And a set of workshops for Taylor County residents to attend, given by the Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency, will be available in the next few months.

  • Public record for Feb. 5

    Traffic

    Melanie Wilson-West, 40, of Wade Road in Russell Springs, speeding, $203, state traffic school.

    Michael W. Durbin, 46, of Willow Street in Lebanon, speeding, amended to improper equipment, $158.

    Nathan Hawks, 21, of Aetna Furnace Highway in Magnolia, speeding, $143, state traffic school.

    Rebecca Burton aka Rebecca Scruggs, 25, of South Columbia in Campbellsville, speeding, dismissed; failure to produce insurance card, $148, 120 days in jail, probated; driving with expired operator's license, pleaded guilty, no additional fine.

  • Campbellsville man indicted in Marion court

    A Campbellsville man was indicted recently in Marion Circuit Court.

    According to court records, Luis Ventura, no age given, of 127 St. Anne St. in Campbellsville was indicted on charges of second-degree assault and second-degree robbery.

    According to the indictment, on or about Jan. 3, 2009, Ventura is accused of causing physical injury to another person using a deadly weapon.

    The indictment also reads that while committing a theft, Ventura allegedly used or threatened the use of physical force.

  • No injuries in one-vehicle crash

    No one was injured in a one-vehicle crash Sunday on KY 569.

    According to a report by Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Ricky Underwood, Jeanette G. Hester, 42, of 645 Palmetto Loop in Glendale was traveling east on KY 569 at 6:05 p.m.

    The report states that Hester's 2002 Chevrolet dropped off the right shoulder of the road. Hester overcorrected and then crossed over to the left side of the road and turned on its side in a ditch.

    Hester, who was wearing a seat belt, was not injured in the collision.

  • City students in school Monday

    Students love snow days, there's no question about that. But when it comes time to make up those days, they're not generally quite as excited.

    However, bad weather this winter has canceled classes on five days for Campbellsville Independent students. And now the District is planning ahead in an attempt to prevent students from attending classes in June.

    As a result, the Campbellsville School Board approved a proposal at Monday night's Board meeting for students to attend school on Monday, Feb. 16. The day was originally scheduled as a holiday in honor of Presidents Day.

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