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Today's News

  • Taylor County students graduate from St. Catharine College

    Three Taylor County students were among the 105 graduates who received degrees from St. Catharine College during commencement ceremonies on May 10.

    Megan Bays received an associate of science degree in nursing. Bethany Elaine Wooley received an associate of science degree in diagnostic sonography. Sherry Clark received a certificate in pharmacy technology and graduated magna cum laude.

  • Man charged with DUI

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

    Joshua O. Henderson, 23, of 1784 East Owl Creek was arrested Saturday, May 24 at about 1 a.m.

    According to Henderson's arrest citation, Campbellsville Police Officer Brian Morgan stopped Henderson for speeding on Lebanon Avenue.

    The citation states Henderson smelled of alcohol and later admitted he had been drinking. Henderson failed several field sobriety tests and Morgan found an alcoholic beverage and marijuana in his possession.

  • Still in their blood

    Campbellsville hosted a first-ever event Memorial Day weekend as more than 50 contestants, representing more than 30 communities, participated in the Campbellsville Open Horseshoe Pitching Tournament at Miller Park.

    With 12 new pits ready, according to Ralph White, one of the organizers, the state-sanctioned tournament was a huge success.

    City workers cut the pits out of the asphalt on part of the lower park tennis courts and White, Ivan Bault, Bill Garrett, Billy Followell and Terry Roberts did the rest.

  • Kids Outdoor Day on Saturday at Green River Lake

    One whole day of outdoor fun, fun, fun is coming up on Saturday at the Green River Lake State Park and Camp Kentahten in Campbellsville.

    The 2008 Kids' Outdoor Day is hosted by the local chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), and there is an endless amount of things for children to do! Numerous, exciting, entertaining, fun filled outdoor activities for children of all ages are available to participate in including: game calling, fishing, trap shooting, boating safety, .22 rifle shooting, archery, canoeing, tomahawk throwing, inflatables, karate, and air rifles.

  • Southern Legacy in concert June 29 at Saloma

    Saloma Baptist Church will host a gospel concert on Sunday, June 29 at 6 p.m. with Southern Legacy.

    A potluck meal and fellowship hour precedes the concert at 5 p.m.

    Everyone is invited.

  • Lebanon man injured in motorcycle crash

    A Lebanon man was released from University of Louisville Hospital two days after crashing his motorcycle in Campbellsville.

    According to a Campbellsville Police Report, Josh Rowley, 20, was driving his 2006 Suzuki sport bike east on KY 210 when he lost control and struck a guardrail near the entrance to Forest Hills Drive. The crash occurred at 2:50 p.m.

    Rowley was flown from the scene by Air Evac.

    Campbellsville Police Officer Ben Riggs investigated.

  • Two injured in motorcycle collision

    Two people were injured in a motorcycle collision on Saturday on Sportsman Lake Road.

    According to a report filed by Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Lawrence Walsh, Woodrow Kolin Knox, 42, of Westport Road in Elizabethtown was operating a 1997 Harley Davidson northbound on Sportsman Lake Road at about 1:15 p.m.

    The report states Knox lost control of the motorcycle. Knox and passenger Lorrie Ann Mardis, 38, were transported to Taylor Regional Hospital by Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue personnel and treated for various cuts and released.

  • Mr. and Miss Campbellsville University named

    Rachel Crenshaw

    Campbellsville University

    Trent Elliott Creason of Campbellsville and Heather Marie Campbell of Graysville, Pa., were honored as Mr. and Miss Campbellsville University 2008 at Honors and Awards Day recently in Ransdell Chapel.

  • Ann's Dance to offer free reading help for local adults

    Beverly Sullivan has clear memories of her childhood, when her mother used to read Janice Holt Giles books to the family. The experience was not only entertaining for Sullivan, it also instilled in her a love of reading and spawned a career in education.

    The fact that some of Kentucky's older residents can't pass along such a tradition disturbs Sullivan.

    Forty percent - 1 million - of Kentucky's working population cannot read at all or have very limited to moderate reading ability.

  • Campbellsville Christian will celebrate new babies on Sunday

    Campbellsville Christian Church will celebrate "Baby Day" during the 11 a.m. service on Sunday, June 1.

    Babies less than 1-year-old will be introduced and presented a gift.

    "Righteous Acts," the Campbellsville Christian Church Youth Drama Team, will present the evening program on June 1 at 6:30 in the sanctuary.

    "Righteous Acts" is made up of 15 middle and high school students under the direction of Cari Gaddie.

    The program is free.