Today's News

  • Woman charged with fourth DUI

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with her fourth DUI offense.

    Jennifer Denise Lefever, 31, of 205 Bibb St. was arrested at 3:07 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 19.

    According to Lefever's citation, Kentucky State Police Trooper Brian Coyt observed her weaving while driving on U.S. 68. After she stopped, the citation states, Coyt noticed that Lefever's eyes were bloodshot and watery, her speech was slow and slurred and she smelled like alcohol.

  • On the Record for 10-27

    Small Claims Filed

    08-S-072, filed 7/30/08; Wise Dentistry for Kids of Medical Park Drive in Campbellsville v. Christopher S. Maynard of Indian Trail Road in Russell Springs. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for dental services rendered, $264.40 and $50.62 in court costs.

    08-S-075, filed 8/1/08; Henry Milton Jones of Bengal Road in Campbellsville v. Greg and Betty Smith of Shiloh Road in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for money loaned for car, $1,300, interest and $141 in court costs.

  • Zottman

    Thomas and Bobbie Lee Burchell Zottman of Lebanon will celebrate their 50th anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 2.

    The Zottmans were married on Nov. 1, 1958.

    They have four children and 10 grandchildren, who will be hosting a reception in their honor from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Lebanon.

    All family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Two couples graduate from prenatal class

    Two couples graduated from the prenatal and childbirth classes taught at Taylor Regional Hospital in October. The five-week series of classes is free to anyone delivering at TRH. The class is taught by Jenny Dobson, RN, MSN, CLC, CCE. For more information, call the Taylor Regional Hospital Women's Center at 465-3561 Ext. 2232.

  • Wal-Mart Foundation awards $10,000 grant to The Caring Place

    The Wal-Mart Foundation awarded $10,000 to The Caring Place in Lebanon through the company's state giving program. The grant will assist the program in its commitment to a community outreach program of education, prevention, crisis management, advocacy and support to victims of domestic violence.

  • 'Walk for the Holy Innocents' is Nov. 1

    Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church along with the Central Kentucky Crisis Pregnancy Center will host a "Walk for the Holy Innocents" on Saturday, Nov. 1 beginning at 10 a.m.

    The walk will begin with prayer and speakers at the Pregnancy Center, located at 319 Maple St., and conclude with a reception at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, located at the corner of North Central Avenue and University Drive.

    The walk will be about 1 mile in length. Everyone is encouraged to participate in support of the dignity of human life, especially the unborn.


  • Tri-Generations celebrates National Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week

    Tri-Generations LLC, located at 2020 Old Hodgenville Road, celebrated National Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week from Sept. 8-12.

    Staff were honored throughout the week with cards, flowers, lunch, goody bags, various prizes and complimentary head and shoulder massages.

    Tri-Generations LLC is a multi-service agency that provides long term direct support for individuals with developmental difficulties.

  • Hornback exceeds $7 million in sales

    Lisa Ford Hornback of Elizabethtown has been recognized for exceeding $7 million in sales with Coldwell Banker McMahan in Elizabethtown.

    Hornback is the daughter of Donald and Juanita Ford of Campbellsville.

    The announcement was made by Kevin Farris, Coldwell managing broker.


  • It's the behind-the-scenes that amazes

    We probably saw you. And after this past weekend in Campbellsville, there's a good chance we did. Between the fall festival at The Homeplace on Green River, the Taylor County Marching Band Invitational and 2nd Sunday, and that's not counting individual church and other organizations' events, there should have been something to interest just about anyone. And we hope you were there.

  • It's time to be responsible

    OK, so now it’s here. What are we going to do with it?

    Back in May, City voters chose to allow the sale of alcohol by the drink. Many were in favor of it; still many others opposed.

    The “fors” got it.

    And now, last Friday, the first restaurant to obtain a liquor license – Café Bonin - served its first drink.