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Today's News

  • Time for a little house cleaning

    As spring approaches, many consider it the perfect time for house cleaning. Because of that, I figure it's time to clear a few items out of our closet that appear to be causing some problems.

    Item No. 1

    We wasted taxpayer money last week. At least, that's what Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers tells us.

  • CU to host contemporary China event

    Campbellsville University will host a Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy forum titled "Contemporary China - Its Growing Military and Economic Power" on Thursday, March 5 in the banquet hall of the Student Union Building at 5 p.m.

    The forum is free and open to the public.

  • Change can be a good thing ... sometimes

    Change can be a good thing. At least sometimes.

    Changing the look of downtown Campbellsville is definitely a good thing. We can’t help but wonder if a few of the changes planned for streetscape and beautification don’t necessarily fall into the “sometimes” category.

    New, handicapped-accessible sidewalks and walking paths are definitely a plus. Closing the main entrance to the library parking lot, though, we’re not as sure about.

  • Documentary is a call for action

    The ABC documentary “A Hidden America: Children of the Mountains” and its short follow-up stirred a lot of talk in Central Appalachia this month. But what action will ensue? That is the question the people of the region, and their journalists, need to answer.

     

  • Finally took the 'Twilight' plunge

    It's really just a love story, and that's something we can all - adults and teens alike - enjoy reading.

    It just so happens, however, that the love story is laced in between a lengthy series of good versus bad vampire battles, sagas of werewolves who fight with those vampires and fall in love with humans and some very bad vampires from far away who want to do lots and lots of harm to the good vampires.

    I, like so many others, have gotten swept up in the "Twilight" fanfare.

  • The rest of the story

    Remember this name: Mordecai Ham. I'll tell you at the end who he is.

    Meanwhile, let me tell you about Phil Munsey, a guy I heard on the radio the other day. He wrote a book last year called "Legacy Now: Why Everything About You Matters."

    The point of his book is that big or small, everything in our lives matters and everything we do has eternal consequences.

  • CU to host noontime organ recital

    Mark Walker, assistant conductor of the Louisville Bach Society and director of music and organist for Saint Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church, will perform in Campbellsville University's Noontime Organ Recital Series on Tuesday, March 3 in Ransdell Chapel.

    Walker will perform at 12:20 p.m. for a 30-minute concert ending at 12:50 p.m. The program is free and open to the public.

    Walker will be performing works by Soler, J.S. Bach, Biery, Albright and Weaver.

  • ESL professor from CU speaks to woman's club

    Campbellsville Woman's Club members met on Feb. 23 at the home of Frances Johnson on Lebanon Avenue.

    Dr. Sandy Kroh, who teaches English as a second language at Campbellsville University, presented a program on her trips to China. Kroh says she hopes to go to North Korea in the near future.

    She shared a scrapbook with photographs of Chinese children she taught while in China.

    Refreshments were also served.

    The next meeting will take place at the home of Peggy Hayes, located in Warren Place, at 7 p.m. on March 23.

  • Celebrate Recovery program begins Thursday

    Celebrate Recovery will begin a new session today at First United Methodist Church, located on Main Street in Campbellsville.

    The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., and childcare is available.

    Celebrate Recovery is a biblical based 12-step program for people older than 18 who have hurts, habits or hang-ups.

    For more information, call 465-5951 or 465-2818.

  • TCHS graduate to appear on 'The Beast'

    A Taylor County High School graduate and the daughter of Campbellsville residents Dr. Terry and Cinda Swan will appear on tonight's episode of A&E's "The Beast."

    "The Beast" depicts the life of seasoned FBI veteran Charles Barker, played by Patrick Swayze.

    Eva Swan will portray Amanda Taylor, who she describes as a "widowed and pregnant, weepy and frightened, clueless and somewhat desperate" character.

    The appearance marks Swan's television acting debut. The episode will air at 10 p.m.