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Today's News

  • Taylor Regional Hospital presents service awards

    Taylor Regional Hospital had its annual service award presentation on Nov. 13 at Campbellsville University.

    The Quarter Century Club, retirees, Legend, Hero and retiring board members were honored as well.

    Those receiving awards:

  • CU orchestra fall concert set for Dec. 6

    The Campbellsville University Orchestra will present its annual fall concert on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Ransdell Chapel on the campus of Campbellsville University.

    The concert will be conducted by Dr. J. Robert Gaddis, dean of the School of Music. The program is free and open to the public.

  • Bill Winfrey receives TRH's Legend Award

    Bill Winfrey received the Taylor Regional Hospital Legend Award on Nov. 13 at the TRH Annual Service Awards Banquet at Campbellsville University.

    Winfrey, a 27-year team member of Taylor Regional Hospital, is director of the environmental services department. The following was said about Winfrey on his nomination form:

  • Teachers help prepare middle schoolers for high school

    To help with the transitions from middle school to high school, Campbellsville High School teachers Ben Davis and Kirby Smith recently visited Campbellsville Middle School to speak to the students about high school expectations and academic offerings. Davis is pictured discussing with students Ricky Vannice, Mason Wethington, Nicky Lamer and Rashaud Bomar ways to prepare for high school.

  • BackPack Program feeds local hungry children

    Last year, the Taylor County BackPack Program was implemented in local school systems through the cooperative efforts of Campbellsville Family Resource and Youth Services Center, Taylor County Family Resource Center, Taylor County Youth Services Center, Campbellsville Head Start and Taylor County Head Start in partnership with Taylor County Cooperative Extension Service.

    The Taylor County BackPack Program identifies students who might be at risk of having an inadequate food supply in their homes. Many students have little or no food except for free or reduced-priced school meals.

  • TRH has class on how to help children to cope with loss

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a class entitled, "Kids Hurt Too - Helping Children Cope with Loss," on Nov. 28 from 10 until noon. The class was taught by Cynthia L. White, M.Ed.

    This workshop was for nurses, doctors, social workers, counselors, parents and other adults who were interested in gaining knowledge and skills in how children grieve and how to help them cope with loss.

  • Annual candle lighting ceremony is Dec. 9

    The annual Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle Lighting is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 9.

    The U.S. Senate has, for several years, joined in the Worldwide Candle Lighting remembrance by unanimously passing resolutions at the request of the Compassionate Friends, declaring the second Sunday in December of each year as National Children's Memorial Day.

  • "Three Women Weaving"

    Weavers Joyce Baker, left, of Campbellsville, and her mother, Doris Baker of Greensburg, are displaying hand-woven baskets on exhibit at Campbellsville University's Art Gallery through Dec. 14. The show, titled "Three Women Weaving," also features the work of another daughter, Carren Hattersley of Nicholasville. They have been working together for three years. For more information, call 789-5133.

  • Cards roll over Washington in opener

    Taylor County fell behind 10-2, but tallied 21 straight points to highlight an 86-62 season-opening triumph over Washington County on Tuesday night.

    The Commanders hit their first four shots, including a pair of three-pointers, to take the early eight-point advantage.

    But senior Josh Gumm scored 10 quick points for the Cardinals and Lloyd Stotts came off the bench for five points and an assist in a 40-second span.

    Chase Cox had 13 of his 17 first-half points in the last 1:43 of the second quarter.

  • Campbellsville University celebrates 10 anniversary partnership

    Linda Waggener

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University's WHALE Tales water safety education program is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an estimated 3,000 fourth graders from Campbellsville and Taylor County elementary schools having been taught water safety education at the CU swimming pool.