Today's News

  • TRH hosts Fun Fair

    Taylor Regional Hospital Urgent Care Center hosted a fun fair on Sept. 19 with about 50 in attendance. Individuals received health information and participated in many activities.

  • INFAC Corp. hosts grand opening

    INFAC Corp. had its grand opening on Friday, Sept. 26. Founded in 1969, INFAC is a leading producer and worldwide supplier of mechanical cables and electronic components for the automotive industry. The South Korean owned company expects to begin manufacturing emergency brake cables at its Campbellsville facility later this year. They are located in the former Fleetwood building. During the grand opening, a ribbon cutting and tree planting ceremony was held. Present were: Jay Choi, director of North American operations for INFAC; Ohe Gil Choi, CEO and chairman of INFAC; J.R.

  • Republican candidate the favorite among local children

    Presidential hopeful John McCain faired well with young "voters" in Taylor County recently.

    Local children were invited to vote in a mock presidential election at the library last week, hosted by the Friends of the Library group. In addition, students in a high school statistics class conducted an election survey by telephone.

    McCain was the winner in both.

    Children voted their pick for President along with their favorite cookie and favorite book.

  • CU to host Future Educators of America conference

    Campbellsville University is hosting the Future Educators of America Regional Conference 2008 on Friday, Oct. 31.

    Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University, will give a welcome to those attending at 9:15 a.m. in the Student Activities Center.

    Opening remarks will be given by Dr. Brenda A. Priddy, dean of the School of Education at Campbellsville University; and Candace Souder, program coordinator with Transition to Teaching, Kentucky Department of Education.

  • Arts and crafts festival set for Nov. 22

    The annual Green River Arts and Crafts Festival will be Saturday, Nov. 22 at Taylor County High School.

    The event will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Both rental fee is $40 and booth space will be available on a first come, first served basis. Concessions will be available.

    For more information, call Marsha Herron at 465-9325.


  • Public record for Nov. 3

    District Civil Filed

    08-C-452, filed 10/6/08; Hardin Memorial Hospital v. Lora Bland of Lebanon Avenue in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for services rendered, $1,158, interest and court costs.

    08-C-455, filed 10/8/08; Elizabethtown Hearing Aid Center Inc. v. Tommy Ray and Judy Clark of South Village Green Street in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendants owe for services rendered, $647, interest and court costs.

  • Medco Center earns recognition for continuous quality improvement

    Medco Center of Campbellsville is a recipient of the American Health Care Association and the National Center For Assisted Living's Quality Award in recognition of the facility's strong commitment to continuous quality improvement.

    "The AHCA/NCAL Quality Awards - comprised of three levels, a Step I award; a more rigorous Step II award; and a comprehensive Step III award - are the most prestigious recognition of quality within the long-term care profession," stated AHCA/NCAL President and CEO Bruce Yarwood.

  • It's up to us to make the right choice

    For weeks and weeks, OK ... make that months and months, we've been inundated with advertisements and speeches and photo ops from our national election candidates.

    Well, we're down to the wire now. And history will be made - we will elect either a black President or a female Vice President.

    But all of the hullabaloo of the past months aside, when you walk into the voting booth and close the curtain, it's important to ask yourself a few honest questions:

    - When I choose a candidate, am I truly voting for the candidate I believe will do the best job?

  • CU to host Kentucky Environmental Education official

    Jane Wilson Eller, executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Education Council, will lead the second of three sessions in the fall 2008 semester Environmental Studies Speaker Series at Campbellsville University.

    The session will be Friday, Oct. 31 at 10 a.m. in the Student Union Building Atrium, where Eller will be addressing the importance of environmental education in today's society.  

  • Citizenship award nominations accepted

    The Martin Luther King Jr. State Commission is now accepting nominations for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Citizenship Award.

    "This award will be given to an individual who possesses the unique qualities of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.," said Delquan Dorsey, executive director of the Governor's Office of Minority Empowerment. "Dr. King represented a true leader and crusader for American Civil Rights."