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Today's News

  • Three injured in U.S. 68 collision

    Three Campbellsville residents were injured Saturday in a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 68.

    According to the Taylor County Sheriff's Office, Brandon Mackie, 20, of 301 Meadow Brook Drive and Herbert Sneed, 55, of 2319 Greensburg Road were traveling west on U.S. 68 at 12:15 p.m.

    The report states that Sneed slowed to allow another vehicle to turn left.

    Mackie couldn't stop in time, the report states, and his 2004 Chevrolet 1500 truck struck the back of Sneed's 1997 Ford Explorer.

  • Osborne announces judge/executive candidacy

    Gary Osborne, a construction manager and a former magistrate and hotel manager, has announced his candidacy for Taylor County judge/executive.

    "Qualifications and expectations are what the voting public are interested in when casting their vote," Osborne stated in a news release. "The focal point of our life is when opportunity and preparedness meet. I have arrived at this point in my life."

    Osborne said there are five areas of qualifications and expectations that will suit him well during the coming campaign.

  • Campbellsville man killed in I-65 crash

    A Campbellsville man is dead after a collision early Sunday morning on I-65 in Hart County.

    According to the Kentucky State Police Post 3 in Bowling Green, Adam Bowen, 30, was killed in the crash, which occurred at 3:47 a.m. near the 54-mile marker.

    Bowen was traveling northbound when his vehicle drifted off the left shoulder of the roadway, according to the police report. He then overcorrected back to the right, causing his 2006 GMC truck to skid off the right shoulder and to strike an embankment.

  • Pulling their Strings ...

    Mist, mythical creatures and maybe even a bit of magic filled Campbellsville High School's Hamilton Auditorium on Tuesday night.

    Wood and Strings Theatre brought Bunraku puppets to the stage and performed "Out of the Mist ... a Dragon," a tale of a young man's journey of self-discovery.

    The production was the second of this year's Central Kentucky Arts Series' season.

    The story begins with a samurai war lord, Kumagai, who becomes outraged when his daughter, Lotus, falls in love with a fisherman.

  • CU men knock off No. 11 Union U.

    Campbellsville University point guard T.J. Bishop knocked down 6-of-6 free throws in the final 30 seconds to secure a 57-50 victory over No. 11 Union University in Jackson, Tenn. on Tuesday night.

    “That’s senior leadership,” CU head coach Keith Adkins said. “That’s what you expect.

  • CU to host Thanksgiving chapel service

    A day of Thanksgiving will be celebrated at Campbellsville University on Wednesday, Nov. 18 when faculty, staff and students share the blessings of Thanksgiving at 10 a.m. in Ransdell Chapel.

    The program will be divided into three parts: "We Gather in Thanksgiving," "God Speaks Through His Word" and "We Give Thanks for God's Gifts." The public is invited to the free Thanksgiving chapel.

  • Lady Tigers sweep Illinois road swing

    The Campbellsville University women’s basketball squad improved its record to 3-0 with road wins on Friday and Saturday in Illinois.

    Mackenzie Lee hit two of her eight free throws (her only points) with 0.3 seconds to go as the Lady Tigers survived 77-75 Friday night vs. Robert Morris University.

    Whitney Ballinger led CU with 20 points while reserves Corin Dunn (10 points, nine rebounds), Megan Isaacs (12 points, five rebounds) and Lee played key roles.

    The Lady Tigers dispatched St. Francis 82-73 in Joliet, Ill. on Saturday to keep their season perfect.

  • Christmas on the Square takes center stage in Hodgenville

    No snow is expected on Saturday, Nov. 21 but Santa has found a way to arrive safely in Hodgenville without his sleigh, thanks to buggy driver Tom Smith. Smith will also offer free buggy rides from 4 to 8 p.m., courtesy of Hodgenville Main Street.

  • Agritourism association to host meeting

    A regional agritourism luncheon/meeting featuring a "Kentucky Proud" menu will be hosted by the Central Kentucky Agritourism Association on Thursday, Nov. 19. The event will be at Maker's Mark Distillery in Loretto from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

    The purpose of the meeting is to educate agritourism operators, tourism directors and agricultural extension agents on upcoming programs, events and marketing opportunities on the local, regional and state level.

  • LWC recital is Nov. 20

    Call her Laura Atkinson, operatic tour guide and MTV rebel.

    The Yale-trained mezzo-soprano plans to take her listeners on an operatic journey around the world Friday, Nov. 20 at Lindsey Wilson College.

    She will perform at 8 p.m. ET in the Lindsey Wilson W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall. The recital, which is part of the 2009-2010 Lindsey Wilson Cultural Affairs Series, is free and open to the public.