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Today's News

  • Guthrie speaks at Lincoln Dinner

    2nd District Congressman Brett Guthrie was the keynote speaker Saturday, April 18 at the Taylor County Republican Women's annual Lincoln Dinner at Taylor County Middle School.

     

  • National Day of Prayer is May 7

    Taylor County Ministerial Association will host its annual celebration of National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 7.

    All members of the community are invited to join together for a time of prayer for our homes, state and nation at Campbellsville University's Winters Dining Hall.

    The annual prayer breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. and will feature Pastor Mikie Ash of Mount Union Baptist Church in Green County.

    Those planning to attend the breakfast should contact Pastor Michael Caldwell at 469-3929, as seating is limited.

     

  • Campbellsville residents indicted in Marion

    A Campbellsville man and woman were indicted in Marion Circuit Court on April 14.

    Joyce Bagby, 36, of 900 S. Central Ave. and Lawrence E. Carter, 32, of 716 S. Columbia Ave., Apt. 8, were indicted on four counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged checks and tampering with physical evidence.

    Carter was also charged with being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Campbellsville man arrested after crash

    A Campbellsville man was arrested and charged with DUI after a Tuesday night collision sent one juvenile to the hospital.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, at 9:08 p.m. Christopher Janes, 28, was traveling west on Broadway in a 2005 Chevrolet pickup when he ran a stop light at the intersection of Broadway and Lebanon Avenue. Janes struck a 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse driven by Charisse Laboyteaux, 30. Laboyteaux was crossing Broadway on Lebanon Avenue.

  • CU Concert Band performs April 28

    Campbellsville University's Concert Band will present its final program of the 2009 season Tuesday, April 28, titled "American Landscapes - A Musical Journey" at 8 p.m. in the Ransdell Chapel.

    The program, according to Jennifer Tinnell, director of bands and instructor in music, will feature music accompanied by a multi-media presentation, which leads the audience on a journey through some beautiful American landscape.

  • Man pleads guilty to sex abuse charge

    A Campbellsville man avoided a jury of his peers Monday by entering a guilty plea to sexually abusing a 14-year-old child.

    Davis L. Curtsinger, 31, of 478 N. Garnett Road appeared in Taylor Circuit Court before Senior Status Judge Doughlas M. George.

    In June 2008, Curtsinger was indicted on charges of first-degree rape and sodomy, intimidating a witness, third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Upcoming games on the local scene

    The sports schedule through May 15 is:

    Thursday, April 30

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Campbellsville at Taylor County (5:30).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Washington County at Campbellsville (5:30).

    HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS — Taylor County at Adair County.

    Friday, May 1

    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Taylor County at Cumberland County (5:00).

    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Caverna at Campbellsville (6:00).

    HIGH SCHOOL TRACK — Taylor County Invitational.

  • Fountain named Offensive MVP

    Greg Fountain, who led Campbellsville University and the nation in rushing last season, was named the Offensive MVP for the Nationals in the Third Annual College Franz/Victory Sports Network NAIA Senior Classic played April 25 in Plate City, Mo.

    The 6-3, 231-pound Fountain led all rushers in the game with 67 yards with a workmanlike 23 carries. Fountain broke the game's longest run of 20 yards in the second quarter, setting up his team's second touchdown.

  • Lady Tiger softballers drop a pair of heartbreakers in the MSC finals

    Campbellsville University could not defend its No.-1 seed in Mid-South Conference Softball Tournament, losing twice to Georgetown on Saturday 7-4 and 5-3, and relinquished the MSC's automatic seed in the national tournament.

    The Lady Tigers will have to wait and see if their regular-season Mid-South-best record of 18-1-1 and 40-7-1 overall mark will catch the seeding panel's eye. Only seven at-large bids are available.

    Georgetown, which lost its first game of the tournament to win four in a row to take the title, needed 26 innings in its title run the last three games.

  • Mobile home destroyed by fire

    An unoccupied Finley Ridge Road mobile home was completely destroyed by fire Monday afternoon.

    At 2:05 p.m., 16 Taylor County volunteer firefighters responded with three trucks to the fire and were on the scene for about three hours.

    The mobile home, which is owned by Melvin Harris, was in the process of being remodeled.

    Taylor County Volunteer Fire Chief George Wilson said the cause of the fire is still being investigated.