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Today's News

  • Walters earns degree at WKU

    Jesse Walters graduated from Western Kentucky University on Dec. 15 with a bachelor of science degree in biology.

    Walters is continuing his education at Western, pursuing his master's.

    He is the son of Gary and Denise Walters. His grandparents are Donald and Vivian Christie, Hazel Walters and the late Charles Walters and Connie Christie.

  • Thomas-Clark

    Shannon Thomas and Chris Clark, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, March 29.

    Thomas is the daughter of Richard and Vivian Thomas of Princeton. Her grandparents are Don Thomas and Doris Thomas, both of Princeton, Mariam Haile of Bonita Springs, Fla. and the late Zane Haile.

  • Rhythm gets students moving for fitness

    Campbellsville Middle School's fifth graders recently completed a Latin American dance unit where students learned the dance techniques for the salsa and the cha-cha-cha.

    Physical education classes taught by Kelly Baugh and music classes taught by Nicole Matthews were combined for this special unit, which also included the Virginal reel dance, an American folk dance and the Hora, a Jewish ceremonial dance.

  • Mother's worst nightmare comes true

    Victims of domestic violence go to great lengths to protect their children. They do not want their children to be hurt and will voluntarily take a beating in order to keep their children from being hit.

    A mother's worst nightmare is to have her children become a victim of the violence.

  • Birth Announcements for 1-10

    Kristina Grant and David Ford of Lebanon announce the birth of a daughter, Kinzlee Rhiana Ford, at 7:46 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville. She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Anita and Banner Shoe of Greensburg and Rick and Carolyn Ford of Elk Horn.

    Great-grandparents are Jim and Sally Grant of Willington, Conn. and Bradley and Linda Callahan of Feathersburg.

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  • 'Santa's helpers' deliver gifts from Legion

    "Santa's helpers" Barb Davis and Brenda Floyd, president, from the American Legion Auxiliary, start their Christmas deliveries at Campbellsville Medco Nursing Home.

  • Parson generations

    Five generations of the Parson family are pictured at Christmas. In front is great-great-grandmother Pauline Parson. Back, from left, are Carla Taul, great-grandmother Glenda Lawson holding 5-month-old Kendra Taul, and grandmother Sheree Priddy.

  • Annual love letters contest offers prizes for readers

    "Love is a wonderful thing. You never have to take it away from one person to give it to another. There's always more than enough to go around."

    -Pamela de Roy

    Love. It truly does make the world go 'round. Whether it's the romantic love of sweethearts, the cherishing love of parents, or the loyal love of friends, we all have special people in our lives.

    But do the people you love know just how much you care?

  • Taylor County STLP students advance to state competition

    Six Student Technology Leadership Program members from Taylor County high, middle and elementary schools have advanced to the state STLP competition, which will take place in May at Lexington's Rupp Arena.

    Taylor County High School's STLP projects were Cardinal Financial and School Security: Fact or Fantasy?

    Students from Taylor County High included Hannah Allen, Jefra Bland, Michael Coulter, Brandie Cox, Dusty Cox, Isaac Harris, Samantha Lile, Justin Mardis, Dillon Mays, Trevor McWhorter, Shane Morris, Megan Peake and Wes Ward.

  • Road issues continue to face Fiscal Court

    Despite their objections at last month's meeting, magistrates took the first step Tuesday night toward having County-wide subdivision regulations.

    Magistrates also agreed to accept two more gravel roads into the County road system, despite adopting a resolution in November that states they will no longer accept roads that have not been blacktopped.

    Magistrates discussed both road issues Tuesday night at the regular monthly Fiscal Court meeting.