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Today's News

  • Agent-Burress

    Sharon Agent and Johnny Burress will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Dec. 20.

    Agent is the daughter of Steve Agent of Knifley and Rhonda McElroy of Roselawn, Ind.

    Burress is the son of Harold and Edna Burress of Speck Ridge.

    They also have four children, Brittany Geren, Kyah Geren, Leslie Geren and Johnny Lynn Burress Jr.

    The wedding ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. ET at Mt. Carmel Church at Holmes Bend.

    All family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Free child safety check is Dec. 16

    Ninety-five percent of child safety seats in Kentucky are installed incorrectly.

    A free child passenger safety check has been planned for Tuesday, Dec. 16 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue to help residents learn proper safety techniques.

    Certified child passenger safety technicians will be on hand to check your child's safety seat for proper installation, recalls and to answer questions. 

  • Tigers slide to 5-5 with road losses

    The Campbellsville University Tiger men's basketball team saw its record drop to 5-5 with a pair of losses in the Freed-Hardeman Classic in Henderson, Tenn. last weekend.

    Campbellsville could not overcome a hot shooting first half (23-28, 82.1 percent) by third ranked Union (Tenn.) University and lost 86-65 on Friday night.

    The Tigers didn't score until the 15:16 mark in the first half after Union went up 13-0.

  • Property transfers for Dec. 18

    The amount listed is the price paid or the fair market value of the property.

    B & L Realty, acting by and through its sole proprietor V. Douglas Landers Jr. and Melissa Landers of North Public Square in Glasgow to Landers Realty LLC of North Public Square in Glasgow, two tracts of land near the southwest right of way of KY 210, capital contribution, fair market value $720,000.

  • USPS announces holiday mail-by dates

    The U.S. Postal Service has announced mail-by dates to ensure that holiday cards and packages arrive at their destinations on time.

    Letters and packages sent first class must be mailed by Dec. 20. Priority mail must also be sent by Dec. 20. Express mail is the last option and must be sent by Dec. 23.

  • Fudge follow sends Indians past Eagles 54-53.

    Nick Fudge's only field goal in the game came just before the final buzzer and propelled Adair County past Campbellsville 54-53 on Tuesday night in Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.

    The Eagles led 42-30 with three minutes left in the third quarter but hit only one of their next seven free throws and were 3-11 for the game.

    Morehead State signee Darren Ballou led Adair County (5-0) with 25 points while Kyle Sandusky added 10.

    Bryton Taylor paced CHS with 21 points while Thomas Downs and Matthew Davis had 10 apiece.

  • Hot-shooting Cards spank Shawnee 82-74

    Taylor County hit nine of 16 three-pointers en route to an 82-74 victory over Louisville Shawnee in the Clem Haskins-Robert Graves Classic at Western High School on Saturday.

    Chase Cox hit four treys and finished with 35 points while Lloyd Stotts was 5-5 from behind the arc and 23 points and Leonard Macon totaled 18 points and nine rebounds.

    Stotts and Cox also had five boards apiece and Michael Coulter handed out six assists.

    The Cardinals play Fairdale in the King of the Bluegrass on Thursday at 4:30.

  • Foreign agricultural landowners must submit FSA form

    The Taylor County Farm Service Agency is reminding foreign agricultural landowners of the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978.

    The act requires any foreign person who:

    - Acquires or transfers any interest other than a security interest in agricultural land to submit a completed FSA-153 to the Secretary of Agriculture not later than 90 calendar days after the date of acquisition or transfer.

  • Lady Tigers 9-1 heading to Hawaii

    Melly Heaton scored 18 points on Saturday to lead the 13th ranked Campbellsville University Lady Tigers to its ninth straight victory with an 80-68 home court victory over Union College, the 21st ranked team in NAIA D2.

    Campbellsville (9-1) trailed 44-37 at halftime, but behind a dominating performance on the offensive glass, the Lady Tigers built an 18-point lead in the second half and cruised to the win. CU had 23 offensive rebounds and scored 22 second-chance points.

    The Lady Tigers also used a size advantage to outscore Union in the paint 50-30.

  • Lady Eagles routed by Adair 59-23

    Adair County's Lady Indians scored the first 13 points and used another 14-0 run to rout homestanding Campbellsville 59-23 on Tuesday night.

    Front-court players McKenzie Martin (13), Chelsea Beard (12) and D.J. Ballou (10) led coach James Turner's team by combining for 35 points.

    Tiffany Slone was the top scorer for Campbellsville with 13.

    The Lady Eagles compete in the three-day Queen Classic at Somerset starting on Saturday.

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