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Today's News

  • Campbellsville woman injured in four-vehicle crash

    A Campbellsville woman was taken to the hospital after being involved in a four-vehicle crash Monday.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, at about 3:15 p.m., Robert Anderson, 22, of Campbellsville was driving a 1999 Toyota Corolla east on Broadway when he became distracted, failing to notice vehicles stopped in front of him.

  • Club looking for Santa's Helper

    Santa Claus has helpers each year during the holiday season, though many people in Taylor County give of themselves all year long. If you know of such a person, the Campbellsville Kiwanis would like to honor him or her.

    The Kiwanis Club is seeking the person who most embodies the Christmas spirit every day, all year long. And the club will name the person this year's Santa's Helper Award winner.

  • Let us prove it to you

    If you're not a regular subscriber to the Central Kentucky News-Journal, we bet you're wondering why you've received a copy of today's issue. Well, we wanted to show you what you've been missing.

    And there's no better way to prove our point than to simply show it to you.

    Our pages are chock full of news and photos as well as information from advertisers about their latest sales, services, classifieds and real estate.

  • Colts clinch Junior League crown

    The Colts clinched the Junior League title in Campbellsville Community Club Youth Football with a 12-6 triumph over the Cardinals in make-up action last Tuesday night.

    Kadin Paiz scored from 60 yards for the Colts while Trevon Smith tallied for the Cardinals for a 6-6 half-time deadlock.

    Darien Bishop's 85-yard TD run in the second half sealed the championship for coach Anthony Beard's team.

  • Fighting Tigers tally two TDs in final two minutes

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  • Sacco, Deaton win Heartland Cross Country titles

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  • CU professor to discuss 'Anti-language in the songs of U2'

    Campbellsville University will host a faculty colloquium titled "Boy, (Achtung) Baby, & Bomb: Anti-language in the Songs of U2," on Thursday, Oct. 22 given by Dr. John Hurtgen, dean of the School of Theology, in Room 15 of the Administration Building.

    The public is invited to the free event, which will be from 4 to 5 p.m.

  • CMS plans Red Ribbon Week activities

    Campbellsville Middle School has planned several Red Ribbon Week activities, which start Monday, Oct. 26.

    - Monday - "Wear Red Day." Students are asked to wear as many red clothing items as possible. Red Ribbons will be passed out and students will watch a video in homeroom and sign the pledge wall in the lunchroom.

    Beginning Monday and ending Thursday will be The Born Drug Free Bulletin Board game. To play, students will match teachers with their baby pictures. Winning entry will be announced Thursday afternoon.

  • TRH to offer breast cancer awareness class

    Taylor Regional Hospital will present a Breast Cancer Awareness class on Thursday, Oct. 22 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.

    The class will be presented by Dr. Susan Burress, ob/gyn with Taylor Regional Physicians for Women.

    This class is designed to provide participants with information regarding current methods of diagnosing and treating breast cancer, how treatment methods have changed and how the outlook for breast cancer patients has improved.

    All classes are taught at the TRH Learning & Resource Center, located at 125B Kingswood Drive. This class is free.

  • CES plans Red Ribbon Week activities

    Red Ribbon Week events at Campbellsville Elementary School will be Oct. 26-30.

    Each day students will wear red ribbons and recite the "Just Say No" pledge.

    On Monday, students will wear red. On Tuesday, the school will have hat day for $1 to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Wednesday will be Career Day with special guests. On Thursday, students can wear their clothes inside out. And on Friday, students will team up against drugs by wearing school colors.