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Today's News

  • KCS competes in Math Olympics

    Kentucky Christian School recently competed against nine other Christian schools in Math Olympics. The following students, from left, front, placed in their categories: Bryce Steele, fourth grade computation, second place; Jilly Bruns, fourth grade reasoning, third place; Cory Pace, third grade computation, third place; and Will Miller, third grade computation, fourth place. Back: Kassie Miller, fifth grade reasoning, third place; Hannah Howard, fifth grade computation, first place; and Rikki Michelle Neat, fifth grade computation, second place.

  • Public record for May 1

    Traffic

    Jonathon T. Williams, 19, of Walters Road in Campbellsville, disregarding traffic control device, traffic light, $188.

    Christopher M. Wise, 20, of Redman Avenue in Campbellsville, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, dismissed.

    Nona Wooten, 37, of Russell Drive in Russell Springs, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, no/expired registration plates, proof filed, dismissed.

    Jeffery H. Wright, 24, of South Central Avenue in Campbellsville, speeding, $138, state traffic school.

  • Center for Education accepting applications

    Campbellsville Christian Church Center for Education is currently accepting registrations for the 2008-2009 school year.

    Classes include kindergarten, pre-kindergarten (4-year-olds) and Glow Worms (3-year-olds).

    Call 465-5571 or email director@campbellsvillechristianchurch.com for class availability.

  • Early Days

    TEN YEARS AGO

    April 30, 1998

    Elaine Asher recently planted a Japanese red maple tree in Miller Park in memory of her husband, Thomas J. Asher III, who died in 1993.

    Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Noe of Greensburg will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 3 at South Summersville Baptist Church.

    Janice M. Arnold and Doug N. Clark announce their forthcoming marriage, Saturday, May 16 at Salem Baptist Church in Campbellsville.

    Taylor County's unemployment rate for March was 18 percent, the second highest in the state.

  • PopRocks

    Up-tempo pop music will fill Taylor County Middle School's gymnasium next week.

    The Taylor County High School Show Choir will present its spring production "PopRocks," featuring classic pop and rock songs.

    The show is directed by TCHS Choral Director Lisa Gupton. The assistant director is Brandon Centers.

  • Future Farmers earn several superior ratings at regionals

    Taylor County Future Farmers of America spent the month of March in regional competition.

    The competition was divided into three days. The first day was March 18, when the small engine team and welding team competed. The welding team, consisting of Kayla Cash, Zachary Powell, Jacob Noel and Jeremy Perkins, received a superior first rating. The small engine team, with members Dakota Gilbert, Casey Marlow, Justin Wooldridge and Justin Gribbins, received a superior rating.

  • Taylor County: What better place to live?

    We all knew it. But now others are learning as well. Taylor County is a wonderful place in which to live and raise a family.

    A story on today's front page tells about a family - a large, extended family - who moved to Taylor County from Las Vegas, Nev. last year. They did so because they visited the area and liked it. A family, passing through, gets the feeling that this is the place for them to live. Sounds like a made-for-TV movie script.

    They thought it would be a better place in which to raise their growing family than in the frantic, big-city atmosphere of Las Vegas.

  • Watkins-Benningfield

    Tina Hudson Watkins and David "BB" Benningfield, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, May 31.

    Watkins is the daughter of Elsie Hudson of Winter Haven, Fla., and the late James Hudson. Her grandparents are Margret Wells of Tipler, Wis., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sylvester and Albert Hudson.

    She is a 1994 graduate of Winter Haven High School.

  • Neat bags $1,500 Super Late Model feature

    On an evening that saw exciting finishes and even a tie, Brad Neat of Dunnville picked up the $1,500-to-win special for the Good Neighbor Pharmacy Super Late Models on Friday evening at Ponderosa Speedway.

    Other feature winners included P.J. Feistritzer of Danville in Kentucky National Guard Pro Late Models, Benji Lee of St. Joe in Hardee's Modifieds and Bartley Grant of Berea and Logan Whitis of Hustonville finished in a dead-heat tie for the SkyTower Power Race Engines Sportsman feature win.

    Good Neighbor Pharmacy Super Late Models (19 entries)

  • Birth Announcements

    Phillip and Tina Craig of Lebanon announce the birth of twin daughters, Kinley Rae and Shelby Jo, on Thursday, March 6 at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. Kinley Rae, born at 10:54 p.m., weighed 3 pounds, 7 ounces and was 16 inches long. Shelby Jo, born at 10:55 p.m., weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces and was 16 1/2 inches long.

    Grandparents are Mary Lou and Leonard Spalding and Harold and Dorothy Jean Craig, all of Lebanon.

    Great-grandparent is Frank Murphy of Lebanon.

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