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Today's News

  • Hadley-Mardis wedding

    Devin Hadley and Brandon Mardis were married Sept. 12 at Riverside Landing in Louisville. Pastor Matt Allman officiated.

    Mardis is the son of Diane Mardis of Campbellsville and the late Bobby Mardis. He is employed as an electronic technician with the Kentucky State Reformatory.

    Hadley is the daughter of Kevin and Brenda Manring of Palmyra, Ind. She is also employed at the Kentucky State Reformatory as a dialysis technician.

    The wedding party consisted of Ashley Naville as maid of honor and Cara Schweitzer and MaKayla Mardis as bridesmaids.

  • TCHS volleyball team to host fundraiser

    Taylor County High School Lady Cardinals Volleyball will host a chili and soup dinner fundraising event Tuesday, Jan. 26.

    The dinner will be in the TCHS cafeteria from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $5 and will include soup, cheese, crackers, dessert and dinner.

    The dinner will be during the Taylor County versus Adair County boys' and girls' basketball games.

    For more information, contact Debbie Browning, booster president, at 469-5640.

     

  • Lady Tigers romp 80-60

    In a match-up of teams unbeaten in Mid-South Conference play, the Campbellsville University Lady Tigers had little trouble in disposing of visiting University of Rio Grande 80-60 on Saturday.

    The Lady Tigers (19-1, 4-0) rode the 14 first-half points of Wendi Messer to a 37-20 intermission cushion.

    Messer (17), Whitney Ballinger (16), Mackenzie Lee (11) and Megan Isaacs (10) all reached double digits for coach Ginger Colvin’s club.

    The ninth-rated Lady Tigers visit the University of the Cumberlands on Thursday with the top spot in the MSC on the line.

  • Woman learns that it's never too late for family

    He could be anywhere. He could be anyone. Jackie Kearney Emerson never knew her father, only his name - Jackie Boston.

    "I would walk down the street and see someone and think, "Is that my father?"

    But now, after 44 years, the search is over. Emerson and Boston were reunited last month, and have been making up for lost time ever since.

    "I'm just so happy we got together after all these years," Boston said. "It's just like a little puzzle falling together."

    Separate ways

  • Man accused of assaulting pregnant woman

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with assault after he allegedly struck a pregnant woman.

    Danny C. Strong, 32, of 606 David St. was arrested Sunday, Jan. 17 at 3:56 p.m.

    According to Strong's arrest citation, Campbellsville Police officers responded to a domestic violence call at Strong's home at 3:38 p.m.

    Upon arrival, the citation states, officers noticed that the woman was covered in blood.

  • KSP still searching for escaped inmate

    Police have arrested one of the two inmates who walked away from the Marion Adjustment Center in Marion County.

    According to Kentucky State Police, 38-year-old Brian L. Wyatt was arrested Thursday by the Nelson County Sheriff's Department at a relative's residence near Cox's Creek, Ky.

    John K. Francis, 41, is still at large.

    The two men walked away from the Marion Adjustment Center in Marion County on Sunday, Jan. 17 some time after 4 p.m.

  • Mongiardo announces senate candidacy

    Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo has announced that he has filed to run for the United States Senate.

    "While Congress is consumed by partisanship, families and communities throughout our commonwealth are struggling," he stated in a press release. "Voters are frustrated and angry with Washington; they are tired of Republican and Democratic leaders who cannot work together. They want action. They want a senator who puts their interests first over Washington's partisan interests."

    Mongiardo says he would be that senator.

  • Free tax service available

    A free income tax service is available for area residents from the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program.

    The IRS recognized this program having the highest percentage of accuracy on returns filed last year. Electronic filing will be available free of charge. Refunds are direct deposited in five to 10 days. AARP membership is not required for assistance.

  • Effort to count local homeless is Thursday

    Homelessness exists in Taylor County. Just ask Barry Reeves. The 49-year-old spent four months without a home.

    "I lost my job at Amazon.com and [Green River Ministries] people helped me. I talked to churches and they told me about the shelter. The churches helped me out, too."

    Several churches and Green River Ministries, a one-stop shop of assistance agencies that also operates a homeless shelter, helped provide food and shelter to Reeves during the four months that he was homeless.

  • Magistrates appoint new Fiscal Court recorder

    County Clerk Mark Carney will no longer be recording the minutes at Taylor Fiscal Court meetings.

    At a special Court meeting Wednesday at noon, magistrates agreed to appoint Taylor County Deputy Clerk Annetta Reynolds to record the minutes, at a salary of $1,200 a year, or $100 per month.

    Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers told the Court that the county clerk is typically the person who records the minutes but does not have to do so.