Today's News

  • Lady Eagles advance in All 'A' field

    Campbellsville's good foul shooting continued and the Lady Eagles used 23 of 33 accuracy at the line to upend homestanding Bethlehem 51-39 on Monday night in a first-round Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All "A" Classic clash.

    The Lady Eagles (4-14), who committed only nine turnovers, led much of the first half before the Banshees used a 7-0 run to lead 29-22 with 5:23 left in the third quarter.

    However, CHS used an 11-0 stretch of its own to regain the lead for good at 33-29.

  • Eagles and Lady Eagles upend Washington, advance to All 'A' title hoop games on Friday

    Campbellsville High School's boys' and girls' basketball squads posted victories over Washington County on Wednesday in Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All "A" Classic semi-final games at Bethlehem.

    Coach Tim Davis' Eagles used a three-point play by Bryton Taylor on a feed from Michael McCubbin to best the Commanders 62-59.

    Taylor led CHS (13-6) with 19 points while McCubbin had 14 (plus six rebounds) and Thoams Downs 12.

  • Rotary Club presents Boy Scout Troop 154 with check

    Campbellsville Rotary Club recently presented Boy Scout Troop 154 with a check for $500. Pictured are, from left, Gary Smith and Mike Smith, leaders of Troop 154, and Joe Walters, president of the Rotary Club. The Campbellsville Rotary Club continues to support the community through giving, providing scholarships, community beautification projects and hearing aids.

  • Slideshow of photos from Kentucky Junior Miss
  • Sheriff's office investigating burglary

    The Taylor County Sheriff's Office is investigating the burglary of a Social Band Road home on Thursday, Jan. 8.

    According to a report by Sheriff's Deputy William Rice, the office responded to a call in reference to a burglary that occurred at 3 p.m.

    The report states that a large amount of video games and equipment were taken from the home. After an investigation, the report states, the stolen items were recovered in the Elizabethtown and Campbellsville area.

  • Police investigate burglary of business

    Campbellsville Police are seeking information regarding a burglary that occurred late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

    According to a Campbellsville Police press release, someone entered Campbellsville Laundry & Cleaners on South Central Avenue, taking an undetermined amount of money.

    The burglary was reported at 7 a.m. Wednesday morning. Officer Ben Riggs is investigating.

    If you have information about this or any other crime, call the Community Safe Line at 469-PRID(E). You do not have to give your name.

  • A little about a lot

    Tomorrow, as the 44th President of the United States places his hand on the very same Bible that former President Abraham Lincoln did so many years ago, history will be made.

    Record crowds are expected to watch the inauguration of President Barack Obama, both in person and on television news channels.

    And several of those on hand for the personal experience will be representing Campbellsville. We can’t help but wonder how many communities our size will be represented at such a historic occasion. Few, we would assume.

  • Underwood donates to Locks of Love

    Kacie Renae Underwood, 7, recently donated two 10-inch ponytails to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is a nonprofit organization that provides donated hair to children with medical hair loss. Underwood is the daughter of Brett and Robin Underwood. Her grandparents are Mary Ann Underwood, James "Pug" Settles and the late Charles Underwood and Sandra Settles.

  • Weekend events honor Dr. King

    They gathered, worshiped and laughed together this weekend, all with one common purpose - keeping the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. alive.

    A pivotal figure and speaker during the Civil Rights Movement, King was shot and killed in Memphis, Tenn. on April 4, 1968.

    Five years prior, at a march in Washington, King said, in what is perhaps his most famous speech, "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."

  • Cave represents Jessamine County in Kentucky Junior Miss

    Meredith Leigh Cave represented Jessamine County in the Kentucky Junior Miss program over the weekend. A senior at Lexington Christian Academy, she is the daughter of Stan and Carol Cave, formerly of Campbellsville. Cave performed a vocal solo - "Diva's Lament" by John Du Prez - as her talent presentation. Her grandparents are Sonny and Lula Mae Cave and Bill and Betty McGuffey, all of Campbellsville.