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Today's News

  • Elk Horn Baptist opens Wings of Angels Closet

    Elk Horn Baptist Church has opened Wings of Angels Clothes Closet, where adults and children in need can receive clothing and shoes.

    The closet is open every Wednesday from noon to 7 p.m. However, if a need arises beyond those hours, recipients may call and someone will meet them there.

    The closet will also accept donations of good clothing and shoes during its open hours.

    Elk Horn Baptist Church is located at 3145 Elk Horn Road (KY 70) in Campbellsville. For more information, call Teresa Tobin at (270) 590-1202 or the church office at 789-2113.

     

  • Early Days

    TEN YEARS AGO

    Aug. 12, 1999

    While corn, tobacco and other crops in most areas of the state are drying up because of an extended drought, Steve Doss says most Taylor County farmers have been lucky. "We've gotten rain when we have needed it," said Doss, area program director for the Kentucky Farm Bureau.

    Phillip and Geneva Corbin will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 15.

    Fourteen girls will be competing for the title of Taylor County Junior Miss this summer.

     

    TWENTY YEARS AGO

  • Taylor County Junior Miss participants 'take tea' at Clay Hill

    Taylor County Junior Miss participants were honored with a tea on Saturday, Aug. 1 at historic Clay Hill. The girls were treated to a sampling of treats provided by a local restaurant and members of the Junior Miss Committee.

    After enjoying their afternoon tea, the young ladies traveled to Lebanon to attend the Marion County Junior Miss program.

    The Taylor County Junior Miss Scholarship Program will take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 29 at Campbellsville High School's Hamilton Auditorium.

  • Smith receives referral award

    Toyotomi America Corp. President Yukihiko Ushiro, left, presents team member Kenny Smith of Campbellsville with a check for a $1,000. Smith is the 23rd recipient of the Toyotomi Team Member Referral Program. The program was implemented as an incentive for team members to refer candidates for a potential position at Toyotomi America Corp.

  • Greer celebrates eighth birthday

    Brandon Greer celebrated his eighth birthday with a party July 25 at Miller Park. He was 8 years old on July 23. Pictured are, from front to back, Randy Harris, Jaden Strange, John Michael Netherland, Brandon and Casey Hardin. Not pictured is his 8-month-old brother, Joseph Greer.

  • Super 8 hosts ribbon cutting ceremony

    Ambassadors from the Chamber of Commerce, Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen and Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers, along with other city representatives, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Super 8 to welcome the motel's newest owner, Ajit Shah and general manager, Saavi Rajput. Super 8 is located at 100 Albion Way in Campbellsville. Renovations have been completed both inside and outside the building. Super 8 has nightly and weekly rates. Some of the amenities include free Internet access, complimentary continental breakfast and an indoor pool and hot tub.

  • The Ole Mill Shop hosts grand opening

    The Ole Mill Shop has opened inside Dunning Lumber on U.S. 68 near Black Gnat.

    Dedra Dunning has worked as a paralegal but says she always wanted to have her own store. After she and her husband, Butch, bought the sawmill last year, the opportunity arose for her to use the front of the business as a store.

    The Ole Mill Shop carries unique home decor items, gift items, jewelry, candles and lots of seasonal decor for outside and inside the home.

    Dunning Lumber sells metal and trusses and complete barn packages.

  • Guthrie's Traveling Help Desk to visit Taylor County

    Congressman Brett Guthrie's Traveling Help Desk will visit Taylor County on Thursday, Aug. 27 from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Taylor County District Courtroom in Campbellsville. 

    Field Representative Phyllis Causey will be available to meet with constituents personally and help with concerns. No appointments are necessary. 

  • Teens, get ready to have your say

    In just a few weeks, a group of energetic Campbellsville and Taylor County high school students will give Central Kentucky News-Journal readers a peek into the world of today's teenagers.

    The News-Journal's Teen Editorial Board will soon begin work on its sixth consecutive year of "Insight," our monthly teen page.

  • Youth get a taste of work in summer program

    It helped dozens of local teens and young adults get a taste of the working life. It also gave businesses some free help for the summer.

    More than 50 young people worked at numerous community businesses in Kentucky's Summer Youth Employment Program.