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Today's News

  • Public record for Dec. 31

    It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "On the Record" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.

    Traffic

    Dustin W. Ferguson, 18, of Old Columbia Road in Campbellsville, disregarding stop sign, state traffic school.

    Michael W. Ingram, 65, of Grider Road in Columbia, speeding, no new violations, dismissed.

  • Tigers fall to No. 19 Union U.

    Twenty days between games and playing without star player Greg Truvillion didn’t seem to bother visiting Union (Tenn.) University on Saturday as the 19th-ranked Bulldogs held off a second-half rally to beat Campbellsville University 76-68 in the Powell Athletic Center.

    Campbellsville out-scored Union 20-14 in the first nine minutes of the second half to pull the game even at 54-54, but the Tigers failed to ever build a lead and stop the Bulldogs’ offense.

  • One injured in two-vehicle crash

    A Campbellsville woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Bengal Road on Friday, and law enforcement don't know yet who was driving the vehicle that struck hers.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, someone was driving a 2004 Saturn south on Bengal Road at 2:26 a.m. The truck is owned by Scotty T. Smith, 42, of 2000 Gaddis Ridge Road in Elk Horn.

    The report states that the driver failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with a 1999 Mazda driven by Jacqueline Woods, 63, of 2375 Smith Ridge Road, who was heading east on KY 323.

  • Restaurant inspections for Nov. 30

    The following restaurants were inspected by the Lake Cumberland District Health Department using the scale below.

    - 85 to 100, pass inspection

    - 70 to 84, restaurant must be reinspected within 30 days

    - Less than 70, a suspension of permit notice is sent to owner; if owner doesn't reply within 10 days, the permit will be revoked and the restaurant will be closed.

  • The public's right to know

    Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, we just can't write a story the way it should be written.

    Not being able to do one's job is hard for anyone to admit, but it seems especially hard for journalists. Our job is to keep readers informed about what's going on in the community. And it's a job we take seriously.

  • CU to host flute festival Jan. 15-16

    Campbellsville University will be the host for the 2010 Kentucky Flute Festival, sponsored by the Flute Society of Kentucky, on Jan. 15-16.

    Bart Feller, flutist with the New Jersey Symphony and the New York City Opera, will be the special guest artist for the event. Feller will be presenting master classes with students from around Kentucky and beyond and will be performing as a soloist in two different concerts.

  • Property transfers for Dec. 10

    It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "Property Transfers" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.

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

    William G. and Tonie Jane Bryan of Old Lebanon Road in Campbellsville to L&H Properties Inc. of St. Petersburg, Fla., a tract of land near Old Lebanon Road-KY 289, 70.017 acres, $65,000.

  • Lady Tigers take two on Bayou

    If you play in a place you proudly call “The Barn” it’s no wonder that you win 94 percent of your home games.

    That was the case until Sunday when Campbellsville punctuated a three-game Xavier University losing streak with a thrilling 71-70 win. The Golden Nuggets had won 80 of 85 home games until Langston, Lindsey Wilson and the Lady Tigers ran through The Barn.

    “We were lucky today,” coach Ginger Colvin said. “They outplayed us in every aspect of the game but the score.”

  • Young announces mayoral candidacy

    Lifetime local resident Tony W. Young announced his intentions to run for the office of Mayor of Campbellsville this week.

    Young is married to Tonya Harris Young, a supervisor for the federal government. They have two children, Troy Young and Tyler Young, and a granddaughter, Aubrey Young, 6.

    Young, who has a master's degree in business administration from Campbellsville University, cites his more than 25 years in business and people management among his qualifications. Young said his experience would benefit the city during these difficult economic times.

  • There is now a new tool in the City's economic development arsenal.

    There is now a new tool in the City's economic development arsenal.

    Campbellsville City Council members unanimously approved incentive guidelines for employers. Councilman  David Nunery was absent.

    The incentives consist of a three-year rebate of the City's 1 percent occupational tax to eligible businesses. The tax will be rebated once the company fulfills its requirements.

    "By adopting this resolution, we are in favor of offering incentives to help recruit businesses," Councilman Jimmy Ewing said.