Today's News

  • Let's philosophize

    I recently purchased my latest car; a loaded Saab 95, complete with 7-speaker stereo system, heated and cooled seats, multi-function sunroof and a plethora of other amenities, some of which I have yet to figure out how to operate. It is a luxury car that gets 32 miles per gallon on the highway, and it could easily be the most comfortable car I've ever owned. 

  • Public record for Nov. 20


    Henry L. Goff, 64, of New Columbia Road in Campbellsville, following another vehicle too closely, no new violations, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    Jake C. Gordon, 31, of Liberty Road in Bradfordsville, speeding, no new violations, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    Michael Gribbin, 29, of Liberty Road in Campbellsville, failure to wear seat belts, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed without prejudice.

  • Property transfers for Nov. 20

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

    Howard Keith and Teresa May Summers of Hodgenville Road in Campbellsville to Kenneth E. Sexton of Campbellsville, a tract of land on the northeast side of Campbellsville-Hodgenville Road, 6.56 acres, $106,700.

    Nationstar Mortgage LLC, assignee of Centex Home Equity Co. LLC of Lewisville, Texas to Melissa M. Mardis of Martin Road in Campbellsville, Lots 10, 11, 12, 28, 29 and 30 of the Massie Addition, $43,000.

  • Tigers triumph in roundball opener

    If there were any questions surrounding the comeback of Zach Allender after missing last season following knee surgery, the 6-7 senior started answering them on Saturday by posting a double-double as Campbellsville University bested Mid-Continent 78-74 at the Lindsey Wilson College Classic in Columbia.

    Allender had a game-high 22 points and hauled down 10 rebounds to lead the Tigers to the season-opening win in a game that stayed close throughout.

  • Fire Department gets grant for new truck

    Campbellsville Fire Department has received a $731,975 grant for a new fire truck.

    The grant, part of the federal 2008 Assistance to Firefighters Grant program, is among $2.5 million awarded to fire departments across the state.

    Campbellsville Fire Chief Allen Johnson said the grant will be used to pay for a custom-built aerial platform truck and equipment.

  • Sleep apnea support group to meet

    Sleep apnea is common, as common as adult diabetes, and affects more than 12 million Americans, according to the National Institutes of Health.

    Risk factors include being male, overweight and older than 40, but sleep apnea can strike anyone at any age, even children. Yet still because of the lack of awareness by the public and healthcare professionals, the vast majority remain undiagnosed and therefore untreated, despite the fact that this serious disorder can have significant consequences.

  • Red kettle drive begins

    It seems one can't have Christmas without bells. "Jingle Bells" is a favorite of Christmas carolers, while children lay awake at night listening for the sound of Santa's sleigh bells.

    But for the past century, another type of bell has heralded the start of the Christmas - Salvation Army bells.

    "It's our only fundraiser of the year," said Kathleen Fletcher, welfare secretary for the local program.

  • Late comeback falls short for third straight week

    For the third straight week, Perry Thomas' Campbellsville University Tiger football team fought hard to come from behind only to see a game slip away by a touchdown as they lost 31-24 at Union College in Barbourville.

    The Tigers trailed 28-10 at the end of the third quarter, and Union tacked on a field goal at the beginning of the fourth period to lead 31-10 before, in almost typical fashion, the Tigers began to roar back.

  • CU Chamber Choir to perform Nov. 18

    The Chamber Choir of Campbellsville University School of Music will present a concert of music by Johann Sebastian Bach at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 18.

    The program will feature the choral motet, "Jesu, Priceless Treasure," along with several smaller works for voice and instruments. The program is in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Christmas on its way

    Photos from Saturday's homemaker bazaar.