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Today's News

  • Adair rolls past Campbellsville

     

  • Cards take down Knights 95-73

     

  • Fifth Region Basketball Tournaments

    Boys’ Fifth Region Tournament At Central Hardin
    Wednesday, March 1

    John Hardin 69, Nelson County 51
    Adair County 100, Caverna 86
    Thursday, March 2
    LaRue County 51, North Hardin 44
    Taylor County 64, Bardstown 61
    Monday, March 6
    Adair County 79, John Hardin 67
    Taylor County 58, Adair County 54
    Tuesday, March 7
    Taylor County 67, Adair County 66

  • Sports calendar (March 8)

    Campbellsville Youth Baseball Sign-ups continue this weekend
    Pee Wee League try-outs
    Saturday, March 11— Noon-2 p.m. at Campbellsville University Coca-Cola Facility
    Monday, March 13— 7-8 p.m. at Campbellsville High School Softball Indoor Facility (Durham Campus)
    T-Ball/ Wee Ball sign-ups — May sign up at any of the above try-out dates/times
    Cost is $75, $60 for each additional child(ren)    Wee ball cost is $50

  • New dining options coming to town

    Two new dining options are coming to Campbellsville and are nearing their opening dates.

    While no specifics have been announced, Dunkin’ Donuts and Wings Pizza N Things are both planning for April openings.

    The Dunkin’ Donuts location is at 509 E Broadway in Campbellsville, next to McDonald’s.

    Approximately one-half of the building, totaling 1,000 square feet, is currently for lease with Century 21. Despite many rumors that have been circulating, there has been no confirmation on who will occupy that space.

  • Bill targets pain meds, other drugs

    A proposed bill would up the penalties for selling or possessing any amount of a potent painkiller.

    Currently, the Kentucky House of Representatives is considering House Bill 333, sponsored by Rep. Kim Moser (R-Taylor Mill). The bill would make it a felony to illegally sell or distribute any amount of fentanyl, carfentanil and related drugs, which have been tied to increases in drug overdoses over the past year.

  • Group looks to help families in battle against cancer

    A local charitable organization whose purpose is to help those diagnosed with cancer with their expenses is almost ready to start helping people.

    Debbie Carrico of the Taylor County Good Samaritans group said their board is reviewing applicants to make sure they meet their criteria, after which they will award the money.

  • Bill would ban tobacco on all school properties

    A bill being considered in the Kentucky House of Representatives would ban all tobacco use on all school properties starting next year.

    Senate Bill 78, if passed, would require that all school districts have bans by the 2018-2019 school year prohibiting the use of tobacco products by students, school personnel and visitors in schools, school vehicles, school properties and at school activities.

    The bill was sponsored by Sen. Julie Adams (R-Louisville) and Sen. Ralph Alvarado (R-Winchester).

  • Committee wants to expand local trails

    The city’s Trail Town Committee wants to expand the trails and sidewalks around the city and county.

    “There’s lots of opportunities for expansion,” Trail Town Chair and Campbellsville City Council member David Nunery said at a Monday afternoon workshop. “We’ve also got a lot of other things that are ambitious.”

    That workshop was attended by Trail Town Committee members, as well as representatives from the Taylor County Health Department, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Palmer Engineering and others.

  • 40 years of service

    For many, Druther’s restaurant is a memory of an era gone by. At its peak in the 1960s and1970s, the Louisville-based chain had more than 200 restaurants across Kentucky.

    However, for Campbellsville/Taylor County residents and those who travel through the community, the Druther’s Restaurant on North Columbia Avenue is the only place they can swing by to grab a hot breakfast, fish sandwich, or much more that brings back that nostalgic feeling.

    The Campbellsville Druther’s is the only operating Druther’s in the U.S.