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Today's News

  • Prep basketball starts this week

     

  • Local basketball rosters and schedules for 2015-16

    Taylor County Lady Cardinals’ roster
        3    Piper Rucker, g    8th grade
        4    Shay Mitchell, g        Fr.
        10    Sydnee Beard, g        Soph.
        11    Macy McAnelly, g        Fr.
        12    Rachel Shoemaker, g        Jr.

  • Cards, E-town appear as heavy favorites to repeat in 5th

     

  • Specializing in one sport can pay off for some athletes

     

  • Santa letters due to CKNJ Dec. 9

    Christmas is just around the corner, and Santa is busy checking his list in preparation for his trip around the world.

    Santa recently told Central Kentucky News-Journal staff members that letters and drawings from children are the best part of his holiday season. As always, the CKNJ will serve as a drop-off station for letters and drawings to Santa this Christmas season.

    CKNJ staff members will publish those items in a special section in the Monday, Dec. 21, issue.

  • City looks to repair historic Christmas decorations

    At a special-called meeting Monday, Campbellsville Main Street members discussed funding for the historic Christmas decorations.

    The committee intends to spend roughly $1,400 to have work done on nine window-shaped light fixtures that date back to the late 1960s.

    Committee member Rob Roberts said he found 18 of the fixtures in the attic above the Paint Your Pottery business on Main Street.

  • Rescue personnel undergo swift water training

    Campbellsville Fire & Rescue’s Special Operations Team members took on four days of swift water rescue training last week, from Thursday to Sunday.

    Team members learned in the classroom, underwent swim tests, looked over ropes, knots and anchors, practiced their survival skills and took turns rescuing each other. Members of Georgetown Fire and Marion Rescue took part in the course that Campbellsville offers twice a year.

  • Details released in Gribbins murder

    A Campbellsville man accused of murder remains jailed and awaits a formal indictment by a grand jury.

    Dewayne D. Gribbins, 42, of Peterson Street, was arrested at 3:05 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30, on a charge of murder — domestic violence in connection to a reported murder late last month.

    At a Monday, Nov. 9, preliminary hearing, Gribbins’ bond was kept at $500,000. He remains in the Taylor County Detention Center.

  • Public Record for September 24

    Traffic

    • Jerome F. Fulkerson, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, 60 days probated for 24 months, $143 in costs due Sept. 14, 2016.

    • Margaret Miller Januski, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • Joshua R. Percell, speeding, diversion completed, pass for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

  • Public Record for October 1

    Traffic

    • Bobby Lyn Baker, speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, no new violations, dismissed.

    • Patricia A. Brey, speeding, diversion completed, pass for 6 months, to be dismissed if no new violations.

    • Camerena A. Cango, speeding, defendant stipulated probable cause, no new violations, dismissed.

    • Thomas Kirkland Christie, Jr., speeding, diversion completed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.