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Today's News

  • OLPH social is Saturday

    Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church will host its annual Thanksgiving dinner and social on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 4 to 7:30 p.m.

    The dinner will consist of roast turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, bread and butter, homemade pie and iced tea, coffee or lemonade.

    The dinner is by donation only and carry outs will be $7. There will also be a cake wheel for guests.

    The church is located at 429 N. Central Ave. Everyone is welcome to attend.

  • Callahan Kids Corner

    Sydney Bradleigh Callahan, born on Aug. 7, is the daughter of Brad and Renee Callahan of Georgetown. Her grandparents are Darla Callahan of Campbellsville and Glenn and Anna Mae Ishmael of Berry, Ky. Great-grandparents are James and Marie Shawen of Campbellsville.

  • Council names street near Judicial Center

    A committee appointed to recommend a name for the street running alongside the Taylor County Judicial Center has suggested Justice Center Drive.

    At last Monday's regular Campbellsville City Council meeting, the Council approved the suggestion, with Councilwoman Patti Phillips casting the lone "No" vote. Phillips said she voted no because former Councilwoman Frances Clinkscales was one of the suggestions discussed at previous Council meetings. Mayor Brenda Allen said the City is looking for another street to name in honor of the late councilwoman.

  • Birth Announcements

    Brad and Renee Callahan of Georgetown announce the birth of a daughter, Sydney Bradleigh, on Aug. 7 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21 1/2 long.

    Grandparents are Darla Callahan of Campbellsville and Glenn and Anna Mae Ishmael of Berry, Ky.

    Great-grandparents are James and Marie Shawen of Campbellsville.

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  • TRH names fall 2009 ambassador

    Isabel Ratliff has been named the Taylor Regional Hospital Ambassador for fall 2009.

    Other nominees were Carole Scott and Shelia Wade.

    Ratliff was nominated by a team member. The following was written about Ratliff on her nomination forms.

    "Isabel always greets you with a smile and never appears annoyed when asked for help. She has come to our office several times to help us out by translating for our Spanish-speaking patients. When doing this, she always makes them feel very comfortable, which helps to make our job easier.

  • Thompson honored with baby shower

    Matt and Emily Thompson were honored with a baby shower on Nov. 1 at the home of Angie Newton. The couple are expecting their first child, a boy, who is due Dec. 26. Grandparents-to-be are Gary and Angie Brewer, Connie Thompson and the late Charlie Thompson.

  • Kid-Wise Amusements hosts grand opening

    Chamber ambassadors, Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen and other city officials joined Kid-Wise Amusements, located at 195 City Park Road in Campbellsville, for a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured above are Kid-Wise Amusements owners Chris Kidwell and Randall W. Wise, along with Kidwell's wife, Christi, and their three sons Cass, Cole and Clark, and Betty Kidwell, who also catered the event. Kid-Wise Amusements is an indoor facility with a variety of inflatables. There's also a game area and a private party room.

  • Youth Explosion is this weekend

    Elk Horn Baptist Church will host Elk Horn Youth Explosion '09 this weekend.

    Tomorrow night, Eric Gilbert will be the speaker with Holly Parker providing special music.

    On Saturday, Billy Curle will speak, and Tori Cochran will provide music.

    On Sunday, during morning and evening services, Andre Barnes will speak, and Unity will be the guest musicians.

    Nightly music will also be provided by Steadfast, Chrisma, 20/20 and E.D.G.E.

    In addition, there will be refreshments and free T-shirts for youth.

    Services begin at 7 p.m.

  • CU convo to discuss happiness

    How do we obtain happiness? This is a quandary that has puzzled Dr. Eric Bruns and Dr. Scott Wigginton, mental health professionals who serve on the wellness committee at Campbellsville University, for quite some time now.

    Bruns and Wigginton will be presenting a program at chapel in the Ransdell Chapel titled "H1N1- Happy One or Not One: What research says about the pursuit of happiness" at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11.

    The H1N1 program is for anyone who has any amount of stress in their life that could cause unhappiness.

  • Honoring their Service ... two centuries later

    More than two centuries later, five men who fought in the Revolutionary War were honored Saturday at a ceremony. All of the men either lived or died in Taylor County.

    The 43 names of other men in Taylor County who also fought in the war from 1775-1783 were honored at a similar ceremony in 1978 when a bronze plaque was erected at the Taylor County Courthouse.

    The newest names have now been added to that plaque.

    Saturday's ceremony was sponsored by the David Allen Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Taylor County Historical Society.