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Today's News

  • Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian to host revival

    Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian Church, located at 4139 Old Columbia Road, will be having revival services from Sunday night Oct. 12 through Wednesday night Oct. 15.

    Services will begin at 7 each night.

    The Rev. Dr. George Estes, who serves as director of missions and new church development for the denomination, will be the evangelist.

    Special music is planned for each night as well.

    The community is invited to attend.

  • CU graduate's art on display through Oct. 23

    Robby Hayden, left, of Lebanon, a 2001 graduate of Campbellsville University, discusses his art work with Al Hardy, dean of academic support at Campbellsville University, at a reception Oct. 4. Hayden's display consisted of various media and will be shown through Oct. 23 at the Art Gallery at Campbellsville University. Hayden was the featured homecoming artist.

  • Classes of 1973 to have reunion

    Members of the Class of 1973 at Taylor County and Campbellsville high schools will have a 35-year reunion at Rosewood Country Club in Lebanon on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.

    Invitations are in the mail, though organizers are missing a few addresses.

    If you have not received your invitation, contact Cary Colvin at cityclerk@campbellsville.us or 849-8274; Suzy Goodin Houk at bookkeeping@cknj.com or 465-5415; Peggy Garner Hayes at tpahayes@comcast.net or Donna Patterson-Sawyers at dpatterson01@windstream.net or 403-3052 no later than Saturday, Oct. 18.

  • Taylor County Marching Invitational is Saturday, Oct. 11

    Taylor County Marching Invitational will showcase 12 of the state's finest bands on Saturday at Taylor County High School.

    The competition will begin with an opening ceremony at 1:30 p.m.

  • CU professor's book accepted for publication

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University professor Dr. Jarvis J. Williams has had a book proposal, "The Cross and Racial Reconciliation in Paul's Theology," accepted for publication by Broadman & Holman Academic Press.

  • Public record for Oct. 9

    Traffic

    Courtney Coffey, 21, of West Main Street in Campbellsville, license to be in possession, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, proof filed, dismissed.

    Mary M. Emerson, 46, of Shady Lane in Greensburg, disregarding stop sign, amended to improper equipment, $168.

    Jennifer Krista Martin, 23, of Meadow Lane in Greensburg, speeding, amended to improper equipment, $168.

  • Gardner, Wilson honored with wedding shower

    Cassandra Gardner and Corey Wilson were honored with a wedding shower at Living Grace Church on Sunday, Sept. 28. Pictured are, from left, Tina Speller, the groom's aunt; Myrna Martin, the groom's paternal grandmother; Lisa Janes, the groom's aunt; Emma Frances Bean, the groom's paternal great-grandmother; Corey and Cassandra; Shannon Bishop, Annette Givens, the groom's mother; and Anita Gardner, the bride's mother. The couple were married on Oct. 3.

  • School Menus for Oct. 13-17

    Campbellsville Independent

    Oct. 13-17

    MONDAY _ Grilled cheese, potato wedges, baked beans, peaches, cookie and milk.

    TUESDAY _ Sloppy joe, pickle, onion, coleslaw, potato rounds, sherbet and milk.

    WEDNESDAY _ Chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, broccoli casserole, pear, roll and milk.

    THURSDAY _ Pizza, corn, tossed salad, applesauce, Rice Krispies treat and milk.

    FRIDAY _ Corn dog, macaroni and cheese, peas and carrots, pineapple, cookie and milk.

  • Alcohol hearing expected soon

    Campbellsville voters' approval of limited alcohol sales should be allowed to stand, according to two documents filed in response to a suit challenging May's local option election.

    In May, Campbellsville voters approved a measure allowing restaurants in Campbellsville seating at least 50 people and deriving at least 70 percent of their revenue from food sales to serve alcohol by the drink. However, alcohol can only be served in conjunction with a meal.

  • Salmon named Miss Teen Clay County

    Brittany Salmon of Campbellsville was the winner of the 2008 Miss Teen Clay County Fair. She competed in casual and formal wear and interview. Salmon also won overall introduction. She received several gifts including cash prizes. Salmon will advance to the 2008 Kentucky State Teen Pageant this month in Louisville. She is the daughter of Kristie and Jonathan Hunt and the late Billy Salmon.