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Today's News

  • 'Lift Every Voice and Sing'

    The Rev. Delmetria Cayson-Combs led attendees at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial service in a rendition of  "Lift Every Voice and Sing" at Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel on Sunday.

     

  • Cardinals handle pesky Hart with 24-point fourth

    Leonard Macon's conventional three-point play late in the third quarter gave Taylor County the lead for good and the Cardinals posted a 67-51 home win over a scrappy Hart County squad on Tuesday.

    Tyler Moss hit a pair of three-point hoops to end the third, and Chase Cox tallied nine of his game-high 21 points in the fourth.

    Macon totaled 17 points while Lloyd Stotts added 11.

    The Cardinals (11-5) host Marion County in a boy/girl doubleheader tomorrow with the homecoming queen crowned between games.

  • CHS downs Bethlehem in All 'A' opener

    Campbellsville lost an eight-point lead but rebounded to knock off host Bethlehem 61-52 in a first-round game in the Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All "A" Classic on Monday night.

    The Eagles (12-6), who conquered Meade County in a regular-season make-up game on Saturday, overcame Bethlehem's 16-1 third-quarter run with a 10-0 stretch of their own as Bryton Taylor scored six of his game-high 22 points during the run and forwards Michael McCubbin and Jordan Percell hit lay-ups.

  • 'What's Cooking Neighbor?'

    Girl Scout Troop 1726 members recently taped an episode of the "What's Cooking Neighbor Show" with Ed McGuire featuring recipes containing Girl Scout Cookies. Pictured are, from left, front: Molly Sullivan and Megan Januski. Back: Mallory Haley, Ivy Neal and Shandi Russell.

  • Birth Announcements

    Patrick and Jamie Elmore of Shepherdsville announce the birth of twin daughters, Audrey Brianne and Madison Elaine, on Friday, Oct. 31 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. Audrey, born at 6:39 p.m., weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 inches long. Madison, born at 6:47 p.m., weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long.

    Grandparents are William and Jeanette Elmore of Campbellsville and J.C. and Judy Mings of Brooks, Ky.

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  • Elmore Kids Corner

    Audrey Brianne and Madison Elaine are the twin daughters of Patrick and Jamie Elmore of Shepherdsville. They were born on Friday, Oct. 31 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. Audrey, left, born at 6:39 p.m., weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 inches long. Madison, right, born at 6:47 p.m., weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are William and Jeanette Elmore of Campbellsville and J.C. and Judy Mings of Brooks, Ky.

  • Girl Scout cookies are safe

    Little Brownie Bakers, which is based in Louisville and supplies Girl Scout Cookies to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, wants to let the public know that its cookies are safe.

    The company stated on its Web site, "The peanut butter used in all Little Brownie Bakers Girl Scout cookie products is not sourced from the supplier involved in the current peanut butter recall ... PCA (Peanut Corp. of America) does not supply peanut butter used in the company's Tagalongs or Do-si-dos branded Girl Scout cookies." 

  • County accepts proposals for park operation

    Those interested in operating Veterans Memorial Park have a little more than a week to submit a proposal for running the park this summer.

    The future of Veterans Memorial Park has been the topic of several recent governmental meetings.

    The discussion began at the October Fiscal Court meeting when magistrates discussed budget cuts recommended by Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers.

    At that meeting, Rogers asked magistrates if changing the operation of Veterans Memorial Park could save the County any money.

  • Osborne misses not a single day in 2008

    Raymond Osborne, a client at Campbellsville Active Day Center, attended every day the center was open in 2008. Of the 32 people the center serves, Osborne is the only one to come every day.

  • Locals to get streets named in their honor

    Two Campbellsville natives may soon have streets named after them.

    Magistrates agreed during last week's regular Fiscal Court meeting that Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers should pursue naming streets in honor of Emily Cox and Jefra Bland.

    Cox, a Campbellsville native who is the reigning Miss Kentucky, will compete for the Miss America crown on Saturday. Bland won the Miss Kentucky Teen USA crown last month.

    Also at the meeting: