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Today's News

  • Cox comes through in the clutch

    Senior guard Chase Cox hit a basket with 4.6 seconds remaining and Michael Coulter stole the in-bounds pass and converted two free throws as Taylor County posted a 61-57 road victory vs. Elizabethtown on Friday night.

    The Cardinals fought back from a 12-point second-half deficit with a 10-0 run to end the third quarter and took the lead when Coulter fed Lloyd Stotts for a left-wing three-pointer at 2:09 in the fourth.

    The Panthers knotted the score at 57-57 on a Chris Ulis free throw with 13.8 seconds left and just before Cox’s length-of-the-court drive.

  • Murakami cuts 28 jobs

    In another sign of the nationwide economic slump, one of Taylor County's largest manufacturers has let go more than two dozen employees.

    Citing a drop in automotive sales, Murakami Manufacturing USA has laid off 28 employees. The company produces rearview mirrors for automotive manufacturers.

    According to a MMUS press release issued Friday morning, "The economy as a whole has created significant challenges for the automotive industry. As a result, we have had to make a difficult decision within our company to ensure the future success of MMUS."

  • CU reels off three home wins

    Evidently coach Keith Adkins' Campbellsville University Tigers needed only some steady home cooking as they swept three tilts in the Powell Athletic Center in a four-day stretch.

    The Tigers bested Virginia Intermont (79-48) and Taylor (66-64) in the Lou Cunningham Classic on Friday and Saturday before upending Spalding (64-50) in a regular-season affair on Monday.

    Senior All-American Zach Allender returned to form with 23 and 22 points, respectively, in the Lou Cunningham Classic.

  • Public record for Dec. 8

    Small Claims Filed

    08-S-107, filed 9/29/08; Cash Express LLC v. Carl Gabehart of Saloma Road in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes $350 and $91 in court costs. The defendant was served 11/12/08.

    08-S-120, filed 10/27/08; CNS Quickcash of South Central Avenue in Campbellsville v. Stephen Thomas of Poe Young Road in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for cash advance, $500 and $91 in court costs.

  • Gold party to benefit Hiestand House

    A gold party to benefit the Hiestand House will be Thursday, Dec. 4 from 4 to 7 p.m.

    Tuckers Diamonds and Gold will be on hand to purchase gold and silver, giving a percentage of profits to the Hiestand House.

    For more information, call 465-1548.

     

  • Elizabethtown man injured in two-vehicle collision

    An Elizabethtown man was injured in a two-vehicle collision in Campbellsville on Thursday.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, Aaron Howell, 20, was traveling east on KY 210 in a 1994 Ford Tempo when he struck a 1995 Ford Explorer, driven by Dean Smith, 46, of Litchfield. Smith's vehicle was stopped in the road due to heavy traffic. The collision occurred at 4:50 p.m.

    Howell was transported to Taylor Regional Hospital by Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue personnel. No information was available on his condition as of press time.

  • Woman accused of running from police

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with fleeing from police.

    Carla L. Davis, 36, of 1405A Elk Horn Road was arrested at 9:46 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 27. According to the arrest citation, Campbellsville Police Officer Andy Warren saw Davis driving and knew her driver's license had been suspended.

    The citation states that Davis pulled into Anna Court and ran into an apartment. After knocking on the door, someone inside told Warren that Davis was in the bathroom.

  • Fifth Region hoop titles could reside in Radcliff

    Don't be surprised if North Hardin captures the boys' and girls' Fifth Region basketball championships in 2009.

    Adair County was expected to repeat last year in the Fifth Region and Bardstown is the pre-season favorite this year. But not since North Hardin won three straight titles (2001-2003) has a school won back-to-back crowns.

    North Hardin adds Greg Johnson, who did not play last season, to LaRod King and Roosevelt Emerson to get the slight edge over Bardstown and Adair County.

  • Our future is in strong hands

    I'm beginning to realize that I was just a lazy teenager. During the past few weeks, I've introduced you to a Latin teacher, symbolic adoptive parents, a veterinarian and a banker. All are teenagers and still in high school.

    Though high school is but a faint memory to me now, I know I never did anything more than what was required of me.

    I never took a job through the school's work co-op program. I'm not even sure that was an option for me. Work? Hey, I was in high school, I'm not supposed to work!

  • Thomas captains this all-county team

    Never known to be the smartest person on this planet, why shouldn't I tackle another project that will only alienate some folks by picking my all-county football team for the just completed 2008 season.

    Even the most die-hard Campbellsville High School or Taylor County High School gridiron fan has to imagine what a one-school football town would look like.

    Here's my Terrific 13, starting with the picks from Taylor County since they won the Battle of the Birds in September.