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Today's News

  • First Cumberland honors pastor for 10 years of ministry

    First Cumberland Presbyterian Church's congregation honored its pastor, Wayne Brooks and his wife Dianna, on Sunday, Oct. 19 with a special service and dinner for their 10th church anniversary.

    About 100 attended the celebration.

    The Clark Family provided gospel music for the event. The group consists of Brad and Dianne Clark and Ron Barnett, all of Bowling Green, and Vanessa Milby and Tom Clark, both of Campbellsville.

  • Burchell celebrates first birthday

    Kylie Burchell celebrated her first birthday on Oct. 3. She is the daughter of Steven and Kelley Burchell of Lexington. Her grandparents are Larry and Dale Marie Burchell of Campbellsville and Mike and Candy Barber of Lexington. Great-grandparents are Beulah Burchell of Bradfordsville and Ada Thompson of New Haven.

  • Cox celebrates fourth birthday

    Connor Ross Cox celebrated his fourth birthday on Oct. 11 with a Mickey Mouse party at Campbellsville Baptist Church's Christian Life Center. He is the son of Jason and Ashley Cox. His grandparents are Cary and Randall Cox, Rachel Hovious and the late David Hovious. Pictured are, from left, front: Cody Cox, Ethan Cox, Gracie Wingler, Connor, Chloe Cox, Kelsey Powell and Kyle Humphrey. Back: Taylor Cox, Austin Cox, Jordann Hovious-Cox, Hannah Humphrey, Kaylee Mann and Cameron Cox. Not pictured is Evan Long.

  • Grace Notes

    I'm not sure if this comes under the category of TMI (too much information), but sometimes I scream in my sleep.

    I don't do it often and it's mostly a muffled sound, but every once in a while a nightmare elicits a good yell in the middle of the night.

    The other night I dreamed about a pile of long, squiggly black snakes inside the vegetable crisper drawer in my refrigerator and one bigger, lighter purple-y snake that actually didn't look too healthy.

    In my dream, my dad grabbed all the snakes in one hand and got rid of them.

  • Johnson celebrates third birthday

    Grant Logan Johnson of Independence celebrated his third birthday on Sept. 20 with his parents Candi Smith and Barry Johnson, as well as his grandparents Sue and Terry Smith of Campbellsville. He was treated to a day at the Cincinnati Zoo, lunch and cupcakes. He is also the grandson of Sheila Johnson of Russellville and Billy Johnson of Kansas.

  • New exhibit on display at LWC

    Lindsey Wilson College Professor of Art Tim Smith hangs a piece of art in "Adair County Artists," the new exhibit in the Lurcretia C. Begley Art Gallery, as LWC senior Adia Grigsby of Louisville, Ky., helps.

    The exhibit - which runs through Oct. 29 - features works by seven Adair County artists, including R.D. Fishback, Lloyd French, Sue Henningsen, Ron Johnson, Katie Kerr, Cora Renfro and David Waltz.

    The Begley Gallery - which is located in the W.W. Slider Humanities Center - is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday.

  • Butzers Serving Our Nation

    Kyle Butzer, formerly of Lebanon, left, was recently promoted to E-5 at Camp Lejeune Marine Base, N.C. His brother, Andrew Butzer, right, also a Marine at Camp Lejeune, was present to pin on his Chevrons. Attending the ceremony were his wife and daughter, Ashley Butzer and McKenzie Butzer. The Butzers are the sons of Cissy Butzer of Lebanon and Steve Butzer of Cave Creek, Ariz. They are the nephews of Deborah and Michael Burris of Campbellsville and George and Rose Peters of Rineyville.

  • UPDATEMan charged with murder of mother

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with murdering his mother.

    Brandon Scott Jones, 20, of 304 Summit Drive was arrested Tuesday at 4 a.m. by Louisville Metro Police.

    According to Jones' arrest citation, Louisville Metro police officers were dispatched to 1701 Belmar Ave. in Louisville at 6:06 p.m. Monday and found Jones' mother, Sharon R. Jones, 50, dead.

  • South Campbellsville Baptist to host fall festival

    Satisfy your candy craving at South Campbellsville Baptist Church on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the largest fall festival in its history.

    The event is free.

    Along with the fall festival on Saturday, the church will be participating in a trunk-or-treat event from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday. Families will be decorating the trunks of their cars and filling them full of candy for trick-or-treaters to load their bags with. There will also be pumpkin decorating.

  • 13 file for 12 seats on City Council

    Voters within the City limits will choose 12 City Council members on Nov. 4, including at least one write-in candidate.

    Eleven people filed by the August deadline, including 10 incumbents. Following that deadline, two more individuals filed to run as write-in candidates.

    All 13 candidates were mailed questionnaires from the News-Journal office. Five candidates did not respond - James Ewing, Vangie Ford, Mike Hall, Richard Jeter and David Harris. Though Jeter chose not to answer the questionnaire, he did say that his experience speaks for itself.