Today's News

  • Local teams have hands full in district preps at home

    As Campbellsville and Taylor County get ready to begin district play next week, the Eagles and Cardinals have extremely tough football clashes at home.

    CHS hosts Green County tonight (8:00) in the annual Cow Days Bowl on Dave Fryrear Field.

    The Dragons are coming off a one-point loss to LaRue County but still rank as one of the best teams in Class AA.

    Campbellsville has won 30 of the 46 games in the series. However, Green County has won the last three — 42-12 in 2006, 51-0 in 2007 and 40-14 last season.

  • Cards notch third win in 21 tries vs. Washington

    1993 (22-21), 2003 (35-13) and 2009 (28-27).

    Those are the three seasons Taylor County has managed a victory over Washington County in 21 tries, and all three of them came in Springfield.

    The one on Friday night started out like it would be an easy road romp as the Cardinals led 28-0 with 4:01 left in the first half.

    However, missed extra points enabled Taylor County to hold off the Commanders and post the 28-27 triumph on Friday night.

  • CHS squares record with Bethlehem victory

    The Campbellsville Eagles moved to .500 on the season with a solid defensive performance in triumphing 20-14 at Bethlehem on Friday night.

    “They are a good football team,” Eagle coach Jason Chappell offered. “Our defense played hard, but there are still things we didn’t do right. However, we gave great effort and I’ll take an ugly win over a pretty loss any day.”

  • Public record for Sept. 17

    It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "On the Record" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.


    Anthony Lee Cox, 28, of Elk Horn Road in Campbellsville, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, restitution paid, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed without prejudice.

  • March of Dimes walk is Sept. 26

    This year's annual March of Dimes walk will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Veterans Memorial Park.

    According to Angie Pierce, March for Babies chairperson, this year's ambassador family is Chris and Anne Gibbs.

    Pierce said the goal for this year's march is $10,000.

    Registration for the walk will begin at 9 a.m. with the March for Babies beginning at 10. Awards will be given to the top teams, and lunch and door prizes will be given to all participants.

  • Faith Column

    Alan Calhoun is a person with whom I can easily relate. We're both the kind of guys who can look back to recognize a great opportunity five minutes after it has knocked its final knock and gone next door.

    Calhoun lives in Bristol, Conn. with his wife in their home, which they hoped to redecorate a year or more ago. They looked all over for just the right accoutrements to add that touch of class and "Martha Stewart-esque" hominess that they were looking for.

  • Corn hole tournament is Saturday

    Mannsville United Methodist Church will host a corn hole tournament on Saturday, Sept. 19 at 1 p.m.

    Registration begins at noon. Entry fee is $20 per team. Prizes will be $200 for first place, $100 for second place and $50 for third.

    All proceeds will go to the church's building fund.


  • Fletcher new manager at Xtreme Fitness

    Larry Fletcher is the new manager of Xtreme Fitness in Campbellsville and Columbia.


    Fletcher has lived in Campbellsville and worked in management since 1992.


    Xtreme Fitness offers 24-hour access to members at both locations. Aerobics and yoga classes are currently taking place.


  • Shaw joins chiropractic practice

    Dr. Stephen W. Shaw has announced that he has joined his father, Dr. Phillip E. Shaw's chiropractic practice, located at 1900 Old Greensburg Road in Campbellsville.

    Shaw is a 1997 graduate of Green County High School, an alumni of the University of Kentucky and received his doctrine of chiropractic medicine in Marietta, Ga. at Life University.

    He and his wife, Brooke Despain Shaw, live in Green County.

    The office has changed its name to Shaw Family Chiropractic.

  • CU shows feature guests

    Campbellsville University's "Dialogue on Public Issues" will feature Lonnie Turner, a CU graduate who is a field staff member for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and Dr. John Mark Toby, president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention and pastor of Beacon Hill Baptist Church in Somerset, for shows during the next two weeks.

    Turner's show will air Wednesday, Sept. 16 on TV-4, Comcast Cable Channel 10.