Today's News

  • County to consult outside company about courthouse HVAC system

    After discussing the issue for more than a year, they are starting over. Again. But this time, the county will consult an outside company to help decide the best company to replace the HVAC system at the Taylor County Courthouse.

    At last Tuesday’s regular Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting, magistrates couldn’t decide which company to work with to replace the system, Perfection Group or Carrier. Both companies submitted bids for the project, which magistrates have discussed at length at many meetings.

  • Deal in works to demolish motor lodge


  • Cards upend Washington County 5-1

    Taylor County scored a run in the first inning and  each in the third and fifth to defeat visiting Washington County 5-1 in the Cardinals’ baseball opener on Monday night.
    Coach Jeff Gumm’s club got a six-inning mound effort from lefty Dalton Brown with Tyler Frogge tossing the seventh.
    Frogge led the Cardinal offensive attack with two singles and three runs cored while Jordan Nicholas doubled and Justice Gregory and Noah Scott added singles. Nicholas, Gregory and Daniel Carney had runs batted in.

  • Lady Cards begin with 10-0 shut-out vs. Casey


  • Lady Eagles use big innings for 12-8 triumph

    Campbellsville High’s Lady Eagles’ softball tallied two runs in the fourth inning, seven in the fifth and three more in the sixth to knock off John Hardin 12-8 in their season opener at home vs. John Hardin on Tuesday night.
    Coach Weston Jones’ team trailed 3-0 early, but put together the rallies as Paige Dabney went the distance as the Campbellsville pitcher.
    Cassie Squires (two singles) and Kailey Morris (single, double) led the Lady Eagle offensive attack with two hits apiece while Masi Wilson and Keena Angel doubled and Dabney singled.

  • Wigginton adds KABC top region player to list of awards


  • Could be another U of L vs. UK re-match in Nap Town


  • Early Days for 3-20



    March 18, 2004

    Chester Humphress will be honored with a 90th birthday celebration on Saturday, March 27.

    Sierra DeMurray celebrated her sixth birthday on Jan. 30 at her home. Sierra also has a sister, Megan Perkins.

    James Roberts, a regional reporter for the Central Kentucky News-Journal and Springfield Sun for the past four years, will soon become a full-time staff writer in Campbellsville.

  • Guild members donate quilt to baby born at TRH


    In recognition of National Quilter's Day on March 15, the Sawtooth Sisters Quilt Guild in Campbellsville made a quilt to donate to the first baby born on or after March 15 at Taylor Regional Hospital.

    Shaylah Star-Faith Durbin received the quilt. She was born on March 15 to Candace and Jesse Durbin and weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and was 20 inches long.

  • Consumer Cues: Raising responsible children and youth


    All parents want their children to grow up to be responsible, self-sufficient adults, but the transition from childhood to adulthood - the teenage years - can be rocky for parents and children.

    It's during this time that children often test parents' limits and start requesting things like cell phones, later curfews and less adult supervision.

    This is also the time when many parents have to decide where they stand on many issues, financially and morally, and learn how to graciously and responsibly let go.