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Today's News

  • Lady Tigers take two at nationals

     

  • CKTS grabs pair of state 11s

     

  • CHS crushes Caverna 19-2, clipped by Central Hardin 3-2

    Campbellsville High School split its last two baseball tilts and stand 2-2 before Monday’s game at Nelson County.
    The Eagles rolled past Caverna 19-2 on the road Thursday night as Zach Durham went 3-5 with four runs batted in and Owen Weeks, Cody Houk and Austin Hash had two hits apiece.
    Chase Thomas had a solo home run to lead off the second and had two sacrifice flies for a three-RBI game and Hash had two singles, a walk and was hit by a pitch for three more RBI.
    Houk and J.T. Holmes had two RBI apiece.

  • Gumm gets baseball win No. 500

     

  • Fired deputy expected to change plea

     

    The former sheriff's deputy charged with violating the laws he was hired to uphold won't face federal jurors tomorrow as scheduled. Instead, he is expected to plead guilty to committing the crimes next week.

    Former Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy William "Billy" Rice was charged in early October with committing federal drug crimes. He has pleaded not guilty.

  • Shaving for a Cause

     

    “I think I look fierce,” he says, as Sarah Cain finishes shaving his head. He still has the beard, but that might go to.

    Brandon Lakes was one of many people who shaved their heads on Saturday as part of the community’s seventh St. Baldrick’s event at Campbellsville University to raise money for children’s cancer research.

    See more photos from the event on a slideshow, posted on today's homepage at www.cknj.com.

  • Fired deputy expected to change plea

     

    The former sheriff's deputy charged with violating the laws he was hired to uphold won't face federal jurors tomorrow as scheduled. Instead, he is expected to plead guilty to committing the crimes next week.

    Former Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy William "Billy" Rice was charged in early October with committing federal drug crimes. He has pleaded not guilty.

  • Rash of burglaries hits community

     

    There were five local burglaries last week, and local law enforcement officers say they only have suspects in one of the cases. They need the public's help to solve the rest of the crimes.

    Three local stores were burglarized last week. A local home was also burglarized and someone tried to get inside a local jewelry store, but was unsuccessful.

  • Public Record for March 24

    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.

    Traffic

    • Coriebeth McClusky, failure to wear seat belts, $25, prepaid.

    • Stephanie M. Bishop, failure to wear seat belts, $25, prepaid.

  • Sex offender charged with using Facebook

     

    A Campbellsville man, who is a convicted sex offender, has been arrested and charged with violating the terms of his status by using Facebook.

    Kevin James Walls, 43, of 213 Arbor Lane, was arrested Monday, March 17, at 10:39 a.m.

    According to court records, Walls allegedly used the Facebook social network on Feb. 19, which allows people younger than 18 to access it.

    Walls was charged with sex offender instant message/chat/social network use, which is a misdemeanor offense.