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Today's News

  • Harmon's adds La-Z-Boy Comfort Studio

    Harmon Furniture, 500 S. Central Ave., has added a new La-Z-Boy Comfort Studio.

    The Comfort Studio features a La-Z-Boy Design Center, which is staffed by design consultants, and provides customers with inspiration, answers and helpful assistance. Two design kiosks allow customers to select from hundreds of La-Z-Boy fabrics and leathers.

  • New senior residents' home opens

    Residents who are 55 and older, physically disabled and have limited incomes now have a new housing option in Campbellsville, thanks to two programs that provide funds for affordable housing construction.

    The 11-unit Poplar Grove Senior Apartment complex, developed by D.L. & Associates Inc. and constructed by Da-Ranco Inc., is located at 201 & 203 Smith St.

    The units were built using funds from the Kentucky Housing Corp., specifically the Small Multi-Family Affordable Loan Program and HOME Investment Partnership Program.

    A ribbon cutting was hosted Dec. 4.

  • Campbellsville Christian announces Christmas programs

    Campbellsville Christian Church's Sonlight Kids will present "Finding the Christmas Star" on Saturday, Dec. 15.

    The program will begin at 6 p.m. in the Family Life Center.

    The Sonlight Kids will present the show again on Sunday, Dec. 16, beginning at 5 p.m. Refreshments will follow.

    Then, beginning at 6:30, the adult choir and Righteous Acts will present "Be Not Afraid" in the church's sanctuary.

    The adult program will also be staged during the 11 a.m. worship service.

    The community is invited to attend.

  • Super Star Dancers

    Bayli Dickens, left, and Brooklyn Harris perform at halftime of a recent Lady Eagles game. They are members of the Campbellsville Elementary Super Star Dance Team, made up of third- and fourth-graders.

  • Troop 2164 attends Festival of the Arts

    Cadette members of Taylor County Girl Scout Troop 2164 attended the annual Festival of the Arts in Louisville on Nov. 10. They went to The Derby Dinner Playhouse and toured The Howard Steamboat Museum. Pictured are, from left, Hannah Reynolds, Lauren Johnson, Jenna Corbin, Erika Gaddie and Katie Long.

  • It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas!

    Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus were there. Santa was there, waving from the back of a fire truck. And members of the Campbellsville University and Campbellsville and Taylor County bands were there as well.

    And so was Campbellsville.

    Hundreds braved the cold weather for this year's Campbellsville Jaycees Christmas Parade on Saturday evening.

    Fire and Rescue trucks joined in for the annual parade that heralds the holiday season.

  • Lady Cards even record with win over CHS

    Taylor County's Lady Cardinals used an 8-2 run to end the first half, scored the first seven points of the second half and posted a 55-42 triumph over Campbellsville at home on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Cardinals (1-1) took the lead for good on MeLeigha Pollock's three-point basket at 2:57 of the first quarter. However, the Lady Eagles stayed close and trailed only 14-12 after consecutive baskets by Destiny Wilson, Tiffany Slone and Bronte Karr.

    That is, before Taylor County went on its streak and the Lady Cardinal lead grew to 18 in the fourth quarter.

  • Murphy celebrates 90th birthday

    Claudia Murphy celebrated her 90th birthday with family and friends on Sept. 29. She is pictured with her youngest great-grandchild, Madigan Townes Carmichael-Murphy, who turned 1-year-old on Nov. 17.

  • Public record for the week of Dec. 6

    Traffic

    Angela Sue Ballou, 39, of Oak Street in Columbia, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, proof filed, dismissed; failure to produce insurance card, $638, $400 probated if defendant maintains insurance.

    Danielle R. Bush, 20, of North Columbia Avenue in Campbellsville, driving on a license suspended for DUI, amended to driving on a suspended/revoked operator's license, $238.

  • Christmas Home Tour

    Staff Report

    The sprinkling rain didn't keep folks from coming out to see some of Campbellsville's most historic and unique homes during the Campbellsville Woman's Club annual Christmas Home Tour on Sunday.

    According to club president Roberta Moore, the tour had its largest turnout ever. The club also met its goal of raising enough money to provide two scholarships to local high school seniors in the coming year.