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Today's News

  • Public Record for Oct. 13

    District Civil Filed

    08-C-344, filed 8/20/08; Personal Finance Co. LLC of East Broadway in Campbellsville v. Charles White of West Main Street in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes balance, $1,191.24, interest, court costs, $175 in attorney's fees and possession of property.

    08-C-370, filed 8/29/08; Midland Funding LLC v. Kimberly S. Johnson of Baptist Street in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on account, $1,811.54, interest and court costs.

  • Drug charges net man eight years

    Calen McKinney

    Staff Writer

    A Campbellsville man will spend eight years in prison for drug and other charges.

    Richard Robert "Ray Ray" Scott, 34, of 202 Cedar St. appeared before Taylor County Circuit Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

    Scott pleaded guilty in two separate cases to first-degree selling cocaine and fourth-degree assault. Two counts of being a first-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed. He originally faced a charge of second-degree assault.

  • State responds to price gouging

    Let me first say that it has been heartening to see communities across Kentucky pull together to help those in need following the devastating windstorm that swept across our state on Sept. 14.

    Families were put to the test with damaged homes, loss of power and in some cases, the loss of life. As Kentuckians so often do when faced with adversity, we responded with kindness, compassion and concern for our neighbors.

  • Council discusses street names, trick or treat hours

    In a brief regular meeting Monday night, Campbellsville City Council members set trick or treat hours and discussed naming streets in honor of three Taylor Countians.

    In approving a resolution to name a street Emily Cox Drive in honor of 2008 Miss Kentucky Emily Cox, Councilman Stan McKinney also suggested naming streets in honor of pro-golfer J.B. Holmes and late Councilwoman Frances Clinkscales.

    The Council does not determine which streets are renamed. It only recommends honorees to the street naming committee.

  • CES names September Soaring Eagles

    Campbellsville Elementary School presented several students with Soaring Eagle awards in September. They are: Nicholas Drew, Clark Kidwell, Kenzi Forbis, Briante Gowdy, John Orberson, Shun Hida, Zaria Sheppard, Cole Kidwell, Taliyah Hazelwood, Christina Harper, Ethen Perkins, Casey Hardin, Korissa Pearish, Ryan Wiedewitsch, Carlee Sallee, Jeremy Rainwater, Jeremiah Jackson, Savanna Taylor, Mallory Haley, Alyssa McCarthy, Savannah Thompson and Ray Lee Perkins.

  • Burgess celebrates 85th birthday

    Opal Burgess of Royal Oak, Mich., celebrated her 85th birthday with family and friends on Aug. 8. She is the former Opal Cave and was born and raised in Campbellsville.

    Her husband of 63 years, Cliff Burgess, was born and raised in Glasgow.

    They have eight children, Roberta Roberts of New Rochelle, N.Y.; Linda Dernier of Campbellsville; Jo Ann Burgess of Belmont, N.C.; Marie Burgess of Fort Myers, Fla.; Cliff Burgess Jr. of Beatrice, Neb.; Paula Mooreland of Grandview, Ohio; Hank Burgess of Farmington Hills, Mich.; and Darlene Field of Troy, Mich.

  • TRH donates first aid kits to TCES

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently donated items to Taylor County Elementary School for use in first aid kits for the classrooms. Pictured are TCES Principal Brian Clifford and TRH CEO Jane Wheatley.

  • Campbellsville University Homecoming 2008

    They came back to Campbellsville, this time to see their old classmates and the college campus.

    Campbellsville University's homecoming celebration last weekend offered a football game, car and motorcycle show, food, children's games and crafts, alumni reunions, a theater production and a parade.

    The theme for the celebration was "Back to the Future."

    Events began Friday with a barbecue, reunions, banquet, pep rally and performance of "43 Plays for 43 Presidents." The play was also performed Saturday and Sunday.

  • Public notices belong in newspapers

    What it really comes down to is osmosis.You remember osmosis, don't you? In high school science, you learned that's the process that lets stuff pass through the membrane that surrounds your cells. Osmosis lets the good stuff in and the bad stuff out, trading spent fuel for new fuel. It keeps you alive.

    The funny thing about osmosis (other than the name) is that it's automatic. There's no conscious thought involved. That's why if you get stranded at sea, like Tom Hanks in Castaway, you mustn't drink seawater, even if you're dying of thirst.

  • Moss crowned Junior Miss Cow Days

    Alexia Hope Moss was crowned the winner of the Junior Miss Cow Days Pageant in Greensburg. She competed in the 8- to 10-year-old division and will advance to the 2008 Kentucky State Finals on Nov. 22-23 in Lexington. She is the 8-year-old daughter of Damon and Kasey Moss of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are George and Kay Pike and Laurie Rodgers, all of Campbellsville, and Michael and Teresa Moss of Prestonsburg.