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Today's News

  • CU offers master of social work degree

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University now offers a master of social work degree that is offered in an evening and online format to accommodate the non-traditional working student, according to Dr. Darlene Eastridge, dean of the Carver School of Social Work and Counseling.

  • And ... they're off!

    Taylor County was home to its own Derby race Friday afternoon - at Taylor County Elementary School.

    Students in Shana Crabtree's, Michelle Murphy's and Brandi Graham's third-grade classes at TCES raced Friday afternoon on stick horses.

    The classes spent the week making their stick horses as well as Derby hats.

  • KCS Honor Roll

    Kentucky Christian School has released its honor roll for the fifth six-week grading period. Those students are:

    All A's

    First grade - Ben Bertram, Larkin Floyd, Jacob Eads, Jeffrey Nolley, Treyton Steele and Shelby Wilds.

    Second grade - Sydnee Beard, Mattison Blakeman, Geoff Bruns, Kaylee Burton, Kate Cheatham, Jack Ford, Cole Frazier, Faith Gaddis, Sarah Matthew Grimsley, Layton Hord, Samuel Kessler, Peter Lowe, Caleb Pace and Kendall Roller.

    Third grade - Brandi Blakeman, Will Miller, Cory Pace and Roger Dale Witham.

  • Local teens take on hunger

    Campbellsville Baptist Church's youth group participated in a 30-hour famine to raise awareness about world hunger.

    Fifty-six students gave up food for 30 hours and slept in cardboard boxes in Miller Park.

    The youth placed 29,000 forks in the front lawn of Campbellsville Baptist, which represented the number of people who die daily from world hunger.

    They raised $2,200 and collected hundreds of canned goods for the Taylor County Food Bank.

  • United Country - Heavenly Hollow Real Estate recognized for excellent sales

    United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., recently announced that United Country - Heavenly Hollow Real Estate of Casey Creek achieved the company's Master Salesman Award for its success in 2007.

  • KCS students compete in speech meet

    Kentucky Christian School was well represented at the Association of Christian Schools International Speech Meet, which took place recently in Shelbyville. Pictured are, from left, front: Lynsey Smith, Jack Ford, Jacob Eads, Jeffrey Nolley, Kendall Roller, Katie Cheatham, Cory Pace, Mattison Blakeman and Jon VanMeter. Middle: Korri Briggs, Molly Lowe, Danielle Dickens, Jake Smith, Roger Dale Witham, Will Miller, Alexis Underwood, Shelby Wilds and Faith Gaddis.

  • CCDC hosts recycled art show

    Student members of God's World PRIDE Club at Campbellsville Child Development Center discovered creative possibilities for trash during spring break.

    The children were asked, "What can you make out of trash?" Their answers ranged from cars towing trailers to jewelry boxes to bears.

  • Taylor Countian named to 'Who's Who' at Lindsey Wilson

    A Taylor County resident was honored recently at Lindsey Wilson College.

    Steven Warner, a human services and counseling senior from Campbellsville, was inducted into Who's Who Among Students American Universities and Colleges by Lindsey Wilson Vice President of Academic Affairs Bettie Starr at a ceremony in Roberta D. Cranmer Dining & Conference Center.

  • Campbellsville woman receives pretrial diversion

    Katisha Wise, 20, of 216 Lincoln Avenue in Campbellsville pleaded guilty to two counts of reckless homicide in Marion County last month. The case originated from a two-vehicle collision in which two passengers in Wise's vehicle died.

    Wise was indicted in September 2007 on two counts of second-degree manslaughter, DUI and possession of marijuana less than 8 ounces in connection with a fatal accident that occurred in Marion County.

    She received five years of supervised pretrial diversion, but that is conditional on her admission to drug court.

  • The cure for loneliness

    My husband and kids say Maggie is lonely. Just exactly how they know this, I haven't a clue since Maggie can't talk.

    Maggie is our 5-month-old border collie/Labrador mix puppy. We saved her from the doggie death chamber just before Christmas and we made room in our home and our hearts for her. But now, they assure me, she is terribly lonely.

    It doesn't matter that there are two adults, three children and three cats to keep her company. The only thing, they say, that will make her "un-lonely" is another puppy. And, alas, they've found the perfect one.