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Today's News

  • Tennessee pastor to speak at CU chapel service

    Campbellsville University will host Dr. Marvin Cameron, pastor of First Baptist Church in Kingsport, Tenn., as the speaker for CU's chapel Wednesday, April 1 at 10 a.m. in Ransdell Chapel.

  • First United Methodist to host Good Friday event

    Campbellsville First United Methodist Church will host a processional on Good Friday, April 10 beginning at about 11:45 a.m.

    "Jesus," portrayed by Mark Hillard, and two "Roman soldiers," portrayed by Dr. Steve Hinton and Dr. Ted Beam, will walk from the intersection of Main Street and Columbia Avenue to First United Methodist for a brief Good Friday service and luncheon.

    The event and the luncheon are open to the community.

    The lunch will be provided by the women of First United Methodist Church.

     

  • Daisy Troop celebrates scouting birthday

    Daisy Troop 794 celebrated Girls Scouting's 97th birthday with a party at Mr. Gatti's on March 12. Pictured are, from left, front: Savannah Mejean, Molly Crabtree, Emily Kerns, Sydney Bertram, Emily Willis, Arlia Smith and Lainey Watson. Back: Lexi Grisso, Raechel Smith and Alexis Wilson. Troop leaders are Jennifer Willis and Angie Wilson.

  • 'American Idol' 101

    Although I consider myself current with pop culture, this is the first season I've watched "American Idol."

    In years past, I've seen the last 15 minutes of some of the final shows to see who wins, but not knowing who's who, I didn't really care one way or another.

    This season, mostly because I hate being left out of the water cooler conversation, I decided early on to watch every episode, from first auditions to finale, and I even hope to buy tickets to see the Top Ten Idol contestants when they go on tour this summer.

  • Walker-Kearney

    Dana and Mike McConnell of Bethel, Ohio and Jimmy and Sharon Walker of Georgetown, Ohio announce the engagement of their daughter, Jade Walker, to Jordan Kearney, son of Connie Kearney of Campbellsville.

    Walker is a 2006 graduate of Western Brown High School and a 2009 graduate of Elizabethtown Hair Design and Cosmetology School.

    Kearney is a 2006 graduate of Taylor County High School and is stationed at Fort Campbell with the 1st BCT 426th BSE.

  • Cundiff

    Tommy and Christine Moran Cundiff of Campbellsville celebrated their third anniversary on March 25.

    They have five children, Rachel Moran, Courtney Moran and Jordan Moran, all of Campbellsville, and Alexis Cundiff and Jacob Cundiff, both of Brandenburg.

     

  • Campbellsville Baptist plans 'Journey to Easter'

    Campbellsville Baptist Church will host "The Journey to Easter," a unique telling of the Easter story.

    "The Journey to Easter" is an interactive walk-through drama set in first century Jerusalem two days after the resurrection of the Lord. 

    As guests walk through the streets of a re-created first century Jerusalem, they may come in contact with the healed Bartimaeus, Peter, Nicodemus, John, a soldier at the cross that day and others.

  • CU to present children's play April 3

    Campbellsville University will present its Children's Theater Production, "The Tales of Uncle Remus: The Adventures of Brer Rabbit" by Julius Lester, on Friday, April 3. The play was also performed April 1.

    The show will be performed at 6:30 nightly in the University Theater in the Alumni Building on the main campus.

  • TCES duo are talent champions

    Taylor County Elementary School fifth grade students Reagan Pollock and Blake Allen recently attended the Kentucky Junior Beta Convention in Louisville.

    While there, they competed against 46 acts from across the state in the Special Talent category. Pollock and Allen sang a duet, "Start of Something New," from Disney's "High School Musical."

    They were named Kentucky Junior Special Talent Champions.

  • CU to host career fair

    Campbellsville University will host a career fair Wednesday, April 1 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Student Activities Center on the main campus.

    The career fair, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the Office of Career Services as a service to "students, graduates and alumni seeking full and part-time employment opportunities," according to Teresa Elmore, director of career services at CU.

    "Because of the harsh economic times, the job fair will also be open to the public," she said.