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Today's News

  • University fined in connection with power line incident

     

    The investigation into Campbellsville University's actions on the day four firefighters were injured on campus is now complete.

    The Kentucky Labor Cabinet has fined CU for one of its employees not wearing a safety harness while he was in a bucket truck with a student who was filming the ALS challenge.

  • TCMS takes three from CMS

     

  • Staying with the Lady Cardinals

     

    Ellen Kehoe, a Taylor County High School senior, signed her NCAA National Letter-of-intent with the University of Louisville on Nov. 12. Kehoe earned all-region and all-state honors while leading her squad to a sixth-place showing at the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA State Tournament in Bowling Green last month.

  • Tigers roll over Reinhardt for division title

    The long wait is over. Campbellsville University Fighting Tiger football is Mid-South Conference West Division Co-Champions after shutting down No. 22 Reinhardt University, 31-14, on the road Saturday.
    The conference title is CU’s third in program history and first since 1997. The win also clinches a spot in the NAIA Football Championship Series for the first time since 2001. Campbellsville is co-champions with No. 10 Faulkner University (4-1 MSC West), but holds the NAIA automatic bid tiebreaker with its win a week earlier.

  • Eagle gridiron season halted at Hazard 47-21

     

  • November-January sports calendar

    Campbellsville University Jamboree
    Friday Nov. 21

    6:30    Campbellsville girls vs. Bullitt Central
    8:00    Taylor County boys vs. Madisonville
    Saturday Nov. 22
    6:30    Taylor County girls vs. Casey County
    8:00    Campbellsville boys vs. Spencer County

  • Nov. 20-29 games

    Thursday, Nov. 20
    MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL — Bloomfield at Taylor County, Casey County at Campbellsville.
    UNIVERSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL — Cumberlands at Campbellsville (8:00).
    UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL — Cumberlands at Campbellsville (6:00).
    Friday, Nov. 21
    HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL — Big Maroon Club Jamboree at Campbellsville University (6:30 and 8:00).
    Saturday, Nov. 22

  • Holocaust survivor speaks locally

     

    Fred Gross considers himself a lucky man.

    Having grown up during the Holocaust, Gross is likely one of few Jewish people who can say he and his entire family escaped death.

    Gross, who now lives in Louisville, spoke at Campbellsville High School on Monday and at the Taylor County Public Library on Tuesday afternoon.

    Andrea Lawler, the library's new director, met Gross before her employment there and arranged for him to speak.

    About 60 people came to the library to hear Gross speak and meet him afterward.

  • Air Evac celebrates 10 years in Taylor County

     

    He was 12, and just wanted to ride his ATV. But after a crash, he remained in a hospital for 50 days, in critical condition.

    In August 2005, John Stillwell was involved in a four-wheeler collision on Hickory Grove Road.

    He lost control of his ATV and struck the Hickory Grove Church sign and building.

    After being treated at the scene, he was air lifted by Air Evac personnel to Kosair's Children's Hospital in Louisville.

  • Caldwell's career really gets off the ground

     

    Anyone who has ever used a GPS device to get where they're going should thank Todd Caldwell.

    Caldwell, who grew up in Campbellsville, is a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force.

    He is chief of the Global Positioning System IIF Branch of the Space Vehicles Division at the Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles, Calif.

    Caldwell spends his days working with his 35-member team to prepare GPS satellites for launch. His team is in midst of launching a block of 12 satellites. Eight have been launched so far.