Today's News

  • Taylor Regional Hospital donates to food pantry

    Taylor Regional Hospital Team Member Activities Committee sponsored a children's basket auction recently to benefit the Taylor County Food Pantry. The auction raised $953, which was donated to the food pantry. Pictured is Andrea Settle, TRH human resources director, presenting the check to Marietta Moyers, Taylor County Food Pantry representative.


  • Three charged with selling cocaine

    Three men have been arrested and charged with selling cocaine after they were stopped by police and found with about a kilogram of the drug in their vehicle.

    Jose Dejesus Cortez Contreras, 40, of 3629 S. 61st Ave. in Cicero, Ill., Cruz Serrano Garcia, 60, no address given, and Eladio Pedroza Jr., 30, of 211 Chestnut St. in Campbellsville were arrested Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 4:16 p.m.

    According to their arrest citations, Contreras was driving the vehicle when Kentucky State Police stopped them on KY 210.

  • Lady Cardinals lose at Green after rolling at home ovet Fort Knox

    Green County took a 9-8 lead on Megan Hartfield’s three-pointer and never trailed in posting a 63-46 triumph over the visiting Taylor County Lady Cardinals on Tuesday night.

    Hartfield finished with 19 points while freshman Micah Jones reached the 1,000-point club with her 18-point night and Kelsea Mitchell had 10 rebounds. Elizabeth Thomas and Hope Wigginton had 11 points for TCHS with Thomas also grabbing a game-high 14 rebounds.

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  • Vision Riders donate to food pantry

    The Vision Riders chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association hosted its Polar Bear Run in Campbellsville on Jan. 1.

    Money and canned goods valued at $750 were donated to Green, Taylor and Marion County food banks.

    The 32-degree temperature did not deter the 57 riders who participated. The ride started at Campbellsville Baptist Church and was about 15 miles in length.

    After braving the extreme elements, the riders were treated to homemade chili, vegetable soup and desserts provided by the ladies of the chapter.

  • Janes completes basic training

    Navy Seaman Crystal S. Janes recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.

    She is the daughter of Harold W. Janes of Elk Horn.

    During the eight-week program, Janes completed a variety of training, which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.

  • Romine

    Robert Harden and Doris Vaniel Romine of Campbellsville will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Jan. 22 with their children.

    The Romines were married on Jan. 22, 1944, by the Rev. F.A. Sanders in Campbellsville.

    Mr. Romine worked in heating and air for 40 years while Mrs. Romine is a retired cosmetologist.

  • Dudgeon-Cook

    Kimberly Hope Dudgeon and Adrian Shawn Cook, both of Campbellsville, exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, Dec. 6 at Calvary Baptist Church in Campbellsville.

    Timothy Brown performed the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Mike Dudgeon and Betsy Dudgeon, both of Campbellsville.

    The groom is the son of Jim and Anita Bowman of Hustonville.

    Pianist Cindy Wilson provided music for the ceremony.

    Amanda Marie Shaw of Campbellsville served as the maid of honor while Suzanne Morris, also of Campbellsville, was the bridesmaid.

  • Inmate arrested, charged with assaulting jail staff

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with assault after he allegedly fought with and injured Taylor County Detention Center staff.

    Mario Thompson, 21, of 418 Bowman St. was being questioned by probation and parole officers because he had failed to report a new arrest.

    The citation states that Thompson pulled away from the officers and fled on foot to Baptist Street, where Campbellsville Police Officer Ben Riggs and Detective Travis Begley chased and eventually arrested him.

  • Taylor County Fair announces changes

    The Taylor County Fair Association has announced that Myers International Midways of Gibsonton, Fla. will provide the carnival for the 2009 Taylor County Fair, which will run June 8-13 at the American Legion Fairgrounds on U.S. 68.

    "We are very excited to have signed a contract with Myers this past weekend at the Kentucky Association of Fairs & Horseshows convention in Louisville," said Harold Young, president of the Taylor County Fair Association.

  • Taylor Regional Hospital Home Health recognized in HomeCare Elite listing

    Taylor Regional Hospital Home Health recognized in the 2008 HomeCare Elite listing

    Taylor Regional Hospital Home Health has been named to the 2008 HomeCare Elite listing in Kentucky.

    The HomeCare Elite recognizes the Top 25 percent of Medicare-certified home health care providers in the U.S. whose performance measures in quality outcomes, quality improvement and financial performance are the best. HomeCare Elite is the only performance recognition of its kind in the home health industry.