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Today's News

  • KCS to host fish fry Friday, Sept. 19

    Kentucky Christian School is hosting a fish fry on Friday, Sept. 19 to raise money for new playground equipment.

    The event will be from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

    The dinner includes fresh fried fish, hush puppies, coleslaw, dessert and a drink. Adult plates are $7.50, children $5 and carryout is available.

    KCS is located at 1190 New Columbia Road in Campbellsville.

  • Rogers Kids Corner

    Jaci Brena Rogers is the 1-month-old daughter of Robbie and Jennifer Rogers of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Vince and Betty Rogers and Brenda Wright, all of Campbellsville, and the late Tommy Brady.

  • Bethel First Presbyterian to host Precept study

    Where are men and women - young and old - who are strong and courageous? Men and women who do not want to be dismayed - shaken by the storms and conflicts of life, but strong enough in character to stand for what God says is right and true? Men and women who know God, believe God and are going to get a grip on God and everything he has for them in this life.

    Joshua was strong and courageous. See what made him that way.

  • Music in the Park

    Praise was in the air during last Friday's Music in the Park featuring gospel music with the 100 Male Voice Choir and Steadfast. Music in the Park will feature country music with several singers set to take the stage. The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. each Friday in September. Guests are invited to attend the free event with their lawn chairs or blankets.

  • CHS Class of 1958 gathers for reunion

    Campbellsville High School Class of 1958 celebrated its 50-year reunion at the Community Center on July 5. Those attending were, from left, front: James A. Wilson, Betty Mitchell Gorin-Smith, Ruby Bryant Rose, Carolyn Callison Pruitt, Pamela Ingram Farmer, Garnett French and Randall Phillips. Middle: Wilma Sexton Farmer, Diane Ross Williams, Sue Turner Smith, Mary Lou Hedgespeth Corbin, Peggy Ellis Monson, Betty Brasher Romine, Betsy Knifley Blakeman and Marilyn Christie Fusco.

  • Three couples graduate of TRH prenatal class

    Three couples graduated from the prenatal and childbirth classes taught at Taylor Regional Hospital in August 2008. The five-week series is taught by Jenny Dobson, RN, CLC, CCE. Pictured are, from left, Rebecca and Curtis Wiseley of Columbia, Tiffany Glover and Zanman Graham of Columbia, and Elisha and Nathan Rhodes of Elk Horn.

  • Campbellsville Child Development Center wins PRIDE award

    The Campbellsville Child Development Center won the region's PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award for introducing students to camping.

  • Lindsey professors have clost ties to Campbellsville

    Three Lindsey Wilson College professors - Asa Swan, the Rev. Terry Swan and Larry Ennis - have connections to Campbellsville.

    Terry Swan, a Campbellsville resident who is dean of the chapel and professor of religion, has been a member of the LWC faculty since 1985.

    Ennis, who is associate professor of education, has been a member of the LWC faculty since 1998.

    Asa Swan, who is a 1996 LWC alumnus, was named a full-time instructor of history this fall.

  • Bengals, Cowboys and Titans improve to 2-0 in Campbellsville Community Club youth football

    Three teams remained undefeated after week two of Campbellsville Community Club Youth Football.

    In the Senior League, the Cowboys edged the Steelers 12-6 in double overtime while the Bengals improved to 2-0 with a 42-0 thrashing of the Steelers.

    The Cowboys got touchdown runs of 4 and 5 yards by Kendon Young to triumph in two extra periods over the Eagles.

    After a scoreless regulation, Young put the Cowboys up 6-0 before Eagle defenders Hunter Christie and Justice Gregory stopped the conversion try.

  • Up, up and away

    The rumors started flying Friday morning - gas prices would jump more than $1.30 a gallon and reach $5 by the end of the day. Motorists started filling up.

    "We did have a little bit of a rush," said East Broadway Minit Mart Manager Sherrie Estes. "We were hearing it would be $4.50 to $5 a gallon."

    Prices jumped, but not that high. Instead, the price of a gallon of gas increased about 30 cents to $3.98 for regular unleaded at most stations. The statewide average was $4.02 on Monday.