Today's News

  • Corps of Engineers to host contest

    Have you ever had a situation in or around the water that you were not expecting? Maybe you have had an experience where you had to rely on some type of training, advice or safety equipment that saved you or someone else from drowning.

    If so, the Corps of Engineers at Green River Lake wants to hear about it.

    The Corps of Engineers is having a contest to raise awareness about the importance of being safe in and around the water.

    All that is required to enter is to send in your story describing, "Why I'm Not a Drowning Statistic."

  • TRH to offer violence in the workplace course

    Taylor Regional Hospital will present a course on violence in the workplace to give an overview of responses to potentially violent situations in a work setting, how to recognize a possibly dangerous situation and how to formulate a plan to defuse a violent action.

    The class will be Thursday, Aug. 6 from 8 to 10 a.m.

    All classes are in the TRH Learning & Resource Center, located at 125B Kingswood Drive in Campbellsville and are $10 for non-TRH team members. 

    To pre-register, call 789-5862.

  • '4-H 4 ALL' event is Aug. 15

    The Taylor County Extension Office will host a "4-H 4 ALL" event Saturday, Aug. 15 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Booths, games, prizes, food and more will be available for those who attend to learn what 4-H has to offer. Information about 4-H clubs and activities will be offered at booths.

    For more information, contact 4-H agent Amanda Sublett at 465-4511.


  • CU's Bible Preview is Aug. 6

    Dr. Craig Blomberg, a professor of New Testament at the Denver Seminary in Littleton, Colo., will be the speaker at Campbellsville University's January Bible Preview on Thursday, Aug. 6 in the Banquet Hall of the Student Union Building on the main campus.

    Blomberg will speak on "Parables of the Kingdom from the Gospel of Matthew." The event is from 1 to 8:30 p.m. and is sponsored by the CU School of Theology and the Church Relations Council.

  • Bright Scrubs hosts grand opening

    Bright Scrubs celebrated its grand opening recently with the Campbellsville Chamber of Commerce. Owner Derrick Bright offers medical uniforms and accessories for both health professionals and the general public. Store hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bright Scrubs is located at 104 Nancy Cox Drive.

  • Campbellsville Baptist to host 'No Man Left Behind'

    Campbellsville Baptist Church will host a No Man Left Behind event on Saturday, Aug. 8.

    Gary Gupton will be the guest speaker for the event. Gupton is the CEO of Integrity Media Network, and a play-by-play announcer for the Fox Sports Network, Insight Communication and the Big Blue Sports Network. He is anchor for a weekly television show "The Red and Blue Review," covering University of Kentucky and University of Louisville sports teams.

    Dinner, which costs $5, will be served at 6 p.m. Also, a cornhole tournament is planned for 4 p.m. and a car show at 4:30.

  • Birth Announcements

    Joshua and Adrianne Phillips of Lexington announce the birth of a daughter, Emma Vivian, at 9:49 a.m. on Tuesday, July 14 at University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington. She weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 21 inches long.

    Grandparents are Bill and Robin Ritter and Linda and Ted George, all of Louisville, and Paul and Tresea Phillips of Elk Horn.

    Great-grandparent is Amy Harrison Jessie of Elk Horn.

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  • Early Days


    Aug. 5, 1999

    Leslie and Patricia Sidebottom Madson of 655 Davis Road in Campbellsville will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 15.

    Anne and Paul Fraim spent a month in St. Augustine, Fla. on vacation celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary.

    Laura E. Campbell of Campbellsville, daughter of James S. Campbell and Vicky R. Campbell, has been named to the dean's list for the summer 1999 semester at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

  • Any chances for a pair of new football stadiums?

    A lot of dirt has been moved at Campbellsville Middle School at the site of a future track for the Purple and Gold.

    There has also been some speculation that eventually that could also be the home of Eagles’ football.

    Once the track is built, there seems to be plenty of room for a stadium and fieldhouse, and that would help the Lady Eagles’ softball team, which hosts its home games at CMS.

    An eventual move to home football and soccer games at CMS would also mean the Eagle baseball team would have the current complex by itself.

  • Bad news travels way too fast

    With our modern age of technology, it doesn’t take long to spread the news. That became even more apparent to me on Saturday night while at a softball tournament.

    Getting my phone charged in someone else’s car at about 20 miles west of St. Louis in Bridgeton, Mo., it was evident that something had happened near home when I saw I had a text message from Campbellsville High School head boys’ basketball coach Tim Davis.