Today's News

  • Got Yours?

    If the Girl Scouts haven't come to call, you're in luck because there's still time to get your Thin Mints or Samoas.

    The initial order period for your favorite sweet treats has ended, but don't fret. The Girl Scouts will be setting up booth sales Saturday, Feb. 21 through March 14 at local Wal-Mart and Kroger stores.

    "Sales are going really well," says Service Unit Manager Jennifer Willis. "We've sold 13,795 boxes and we still have booth sales going on."

  • UPDATE: Jury finds man guilty

    A Campbellsville man has been found guilty of assault and other charges stemming from a two-vehicle crash that injured a family from Kansas.

    A Taylor County jury found Anthony R. McMahan, 52, of 7812 Saloma Road guilty of assault and other charges last Thursday after a two-day trial before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly. McMahan was indicted in April 2008 on assault and wanton endangerment charges after two children and their mother were seriously injured a month earlier in a collision on KY 210.

  • Eagles hope to stop three-game skid vs. Scotties

    The opening boys’ game of the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic State Tournament this morning at 9 will pit a pair of foes quite familiar with each other.

    Campbellsville (16-2) and Glasgow (14-4) have met three times in the last 14 months with the Scotties coming out on top on the three previous occasions.

  • Third Arts Series performance features orchestra

    The third performance of the 2009-2010 Central Kentucky Arts Series will feature the music of the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin.

    The performance will be Friday, Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel.

  • Celebrates 10th birthday

    Madison Dial celebrated her 10th birthday Jan. 16 during a sleepover with her friends. Front, from left, are Tatem Wiseman, Jessica Washington and Sara Farmer. Back: Brianna Spaulding, Tayler Judd, Madison, Caneyah Bowen and Gabby Doerr.

  • One injured in one-vehicle crash

    A Greensburg man was injured Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash on Old Mac Road.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, Kharece Shofner, 44, of 2083 Bloyds Bluff Road in Greensburg was traveling north at 11:30 a.m. in a 2000 Pontiac.

    The report states that Shofner lost control of her vehicle, left the road and struck a tree.

    A passenger in her vehicle, William Fields, of 131 Long Meadow Drive in Greensburg, was airlifted from the scene to the University of Louisville Hospital.

    Shofner was not injured in the collision.

  • Adair overtakes Lady Cards 62-59

    Taylor County’s Lady Cardinals fought back from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit to take the lead over Adair County before falling 62-59 on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Cardinals trailed 55-43 with 5:41 remaining in the contest when McKenzie Martin tallied for the visitors.

    Hope Wigginton’s left-wing three-pointer, a Mercedes Cox base-line jumper and Wigginton’s right-wing three made it 55-51.

  • One injured in Old Columbia Road crash

    A Campbellsville resident was injured Monday after she struck an unoccupied semi truck.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, Samantha Jones, 18, of 2260 Old Columbia Road struck a stalled 2000 Western Star semi at 7 a.m. with her 2004 Chevrolet.

    The report states that the truck was unoccupied when it was struck because the driver had gone into a nearby business to ask someone for help getting the vehicle off the road.

  • Retired police chief dies

    Those who worked with him say he was kind and had a way with people but also knew how to get the job done.

    Former Campbellsville Police Chief Kenneth Adams died Saturday at Norton's Hospital in Louisville. He was 65.

    Adams, who lived on Rosecrest, served as a police officer for more than 30 years and was currently serving as Campbellsville's codes enforcement officer.

  • CHS Class of 1999

    Campbellsville High School Class of 1999 celebrated its 10-year reunion on Nov. 28 at All Occasions. Those attending were, from left, front, Erin Skaggs Estes, Jaclyn Martin Rakel, Jamie Ennis Bloyd, Rayna Netherland McCarty, Kathy Durham Jones and Sarah Parrott Ray. Middle: Miranda Gibson Beam, Laura Butler Gumm, Shantel Richardson, Rebecca Morris Wooley, Jennifer Walker, Wynn Harris and Jacob Franklin. Back: Steven Gumm, Joy Williams Inman, Justin Phillips, Ryan Callison, Marty Rock, Brandon Milby and David Harris. Not pictured is Andrea Myers Lawhorn.