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Today's News

  • Learning to be the forgiven

    Good news! Thanks to the marvels of modern science we now know that forgiveness is not only good for the soul, but it's good for the body, too.

    According to results from a forgiveness study conducted at Stanford University, those who go through "forgiveness interventions" - sessions in which people who have been hurt are encouraged to develop more positive feelings toward their offenders - can improve cardiovascular function, lessen chronic pain, relieve depression, lower blood pressure and improve overall health.

  • Bethel Christian Academy hosts Santa.

    Bethel Christian Academy had a special visit from Santa Claus on Dec. 20. Pictured are, from left, front: Evie Sapp, Gabriella DeLaGarza, Alaina Gwilliam, Dalton Dozier, Jacob Hafley and Ethan Watkins. Middle: Emily Watkins, Santa, Clark Kidwell and Thomas Hafley. Back: Savannah Gumm, Laura Gumm, Konner Forbis, Addyson Grant and Jackie Hafley-Fair.

  • KCS hosts science fair

    Kentucky Christian School recently hosted its annual science fair. Pictured are the winners, from left, front: first and second grade category: Sara Clark, second place (tie); Faith Gaddis, first place (tie); Mattison Blakeman, second place (tie); and Cole Frazier, first place (tie). Second row: third and fourth grade category: Danielle Dickens, third place (tie); Korri Briggs, second place; Lynsey Smith, first place; and Cory Pace, third place (tie). Back row: fifth grade category: Rikki Michelle Neat, third place; Kassie Miller, second place; and Grant Cox, first place.

  • KCS hosts exchange student

    Alina Stamm is an exchange student from Luzern, Switzerland who is currently attending Campbellsville High School. Stamm was presented with a gift from Kentucky Christian School - red, white and blue ornaments for her Christmas tree once she returns home. Her host family are Steve and Patti Phillips. Pictured are, from left, Gail Gabehart of KCS, Stamm, Susie Wilson and Lisa Neat, KCS staff.

  • Property transfers for Feb. 7

    The amount listed is the price paid or the fair market value of the property.

    Marvin and Elsie Stauffer of Stoner Creek Road in Elk Horn to Mark Stauffer of Evergreen Road in Elk Horn, a tract of land on the south side of Stoner Creek Road, 4.65 acres, $23,000.

    Marvin Z. and Elsie Stauffer of Stoner Creek Road in Elk Horn to Donald and Beverly Stauffer of Stoner Creek Road, a tract of land at the south right of way of Stoner Creek Road, 14.75 acres, $10,000.

  • CES gives math awards

    Campbellsville Elementary first graders Piper Rucker, Nina Bridgewater, Branden Neat and Brody Weeks earned a math award and were recently honored during a celebration assembly.

  • TCES Writers of the Week

    Taylor County Elementary School has named its Writers of the Week for Jan. 16. They are: Serena Ward, kindergarten; Chloe Moss, first grade; Lexi Raikes, second grade; Raven Shelton, third grade; Barbara Morgan, fourth grade; and Briana Hicks, fifth grade.

  • Bullying bill has a lot of holes in it

    A 13-year-old gets fouled on the basketball court by another student. In turn, later that evening, he sends a Myspace message to that student, saying, "You'd better watch out. I'll get you next time."

    Is that 13-year-old being a bully?

    One person might say yes, another might disagree. But who's right? And what, if anything, should be done about it?

  • Rash earns first place for Lincoln speech

    SaVannah Rash, Taylor County Middle School sixth grader, won first place in the Abraham Lincoln Speech Contest on Saturday.

    Rash will receive reserved seating at the Bicentennial Celebration on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Featured invited guests include President George W. Bush, First Lady Laura Bush, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne, Gov. Steven L. Beshear, Pulitzer-Prize-winner Doris Kearns Goodwin, and actor Sam Waterston from Law & Order.

    Music will be provided by the Saxton Cornet Band and the American Spiritual Ensemble.

  • Traffik Stop changes to Lil T's Traffik Stop

    Gary Porter and his daughter, Candace, are the new owners of the former Traffik Stop. The name will be changed to Lil T's Traffik Stop in memory of Candace's son, Thomas Porter.

    At the end of every year, a percentage of the profits will be donated to a special needs foundation. Lil T's will be a convenient store and dine-in restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and homemade cooking. You may dine in or take out. The gas pumps will be full, so stop by to fuel up. Opening day will be Monday, Feb. 4.