Today's News

  • Property transfers for May 12

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

    Scott T. and Deborah I. Iaggi of Hodgenville Road in Campbellsville to Timothy E. Greenwill of Davis Road in Campbellsville, a tract of land near KY 210, 3.7640 acres, $13,975.

    Mindy Cartwright of North Central Avenue in Campbellsville to Joshua D. and Stephanie M. Beard of Gowdy Street in Campbellsville, two tracts of land containing Lots 1-5 of the Lyon Addition, $85,000.

  • CU graduates 323 students

    Gen. James T. Conway, commandant of the United States Marine Corps, urged Campbellsville University's graduates to expect the unexpected, be bold and daring and to take care of others before self as he spoke to the 212 students receiving undergraduate degrees during commencement May 10 at Finley Stadium.

    A total of 323 students received academic degrees upon completion of all graduation requirements during two commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday, May 9-10. There were 111 master's degrees conferred May 9, and 212 undergraduate degrees conferred May 10.

  • Dunnville man injured in motorcycle crash

    A Dunnville man has been hospitalized at Taylor Regional Hospital after crashing his motorcycle on South Central Avenue on Tuesday.

    According to a Campbellsville Police report, Gregory Whalen was driving a 2005 Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on South Central Avenue when he came upon traffic stopped in the road. Whalen was unable to stop and his motorcycle slid off the roadway. The crash occurred at 1:35 p.m.

    He was transported to TRH by Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue. He remains in stable condition.

  • Agency offers programs that help

    Maxine Hitch has found herself in tough spots before.

    Disabled and unable to work, Hitch said times are often tight. Though her four children are now grown and living on their own, Hitch has been raising her great-great-grandson Jonathan, 4, since he was 5 months old.

    "I got in hard spots, but I always try to pay my bills first."

    It could be a struggle, Hitch said, but, thanks to Lake Cumberland Community Action, she gets by.

  • Man gets prison time for attempted rape

    A Michigan man accused of attempting to rape a Campbellsville woman is going to prison for his crimes.

    Anthony "Tony" Michael Politi, 36, appeared before Taylor Circuit Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, April 22. Bertram sentenced him to seven years in prison.

    In February, Politi pleaded guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. He was originally charged with first-degree attempted rape.

    According to Politi's arrest warrant, he was accused of attempting to force a Campbellsville woman to have sex with him last year.

  • Public record for May 12

    Small Claims Filed

    08-S-030, filed 4/9/08; Cash Express LLC of East Broadway in Campbellsville v. Douglas Dwayne Thompson of Shady Lane in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes on loan, $500 and $91 in court costs.

    08-S-038, filed 4/25/08; R&C Quick Cash of East Broadway in Campbellsville v. Susan Belton of Stone Quarry Road in Campbellsville. Plaintiff alleges defendant owes for cash advance, $352.94 and $91 in court costs.

    Small Claims Settled

  • Fire damages Cardinal Lane house

    Cathy Pike was home with her youngest son, Devin, 8, when the alarm sounded. Her other son, 17-year-old Tyler, was not at home.

    "I was sitting in the living room and the smoke detector went off," Pike said.

    She got up to investigate, saw one of the rooms on fire, grabbed her son and left the house. She didn't have time to attempt to rescue any of her family's belongings.

    "We lost everything."

    Without an alarm, Campbellsville Fire Chief Allen Johnson said, it could have been worse.

    "It definitely did alert them and help them get out," Johnson said.

  • Council considers security at meetings

    It's a scenario they hope would never happen. A resident, angry with City Council members, pulls out a weapon during a public meeting.

    "It happens," Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen said. "Someone gets angry at the Council members or the mayor because they didn't do what they wanted."

    The concern prompted a discussion of security during Campbellsville City Council's regular meeting Monday.

  • CES students honored for earning 100 AR points

    Campbellsville Elementary students Caroline McMahan, Emily Squires, Heather Bailey and Alex Bailey received a Reading Medal for earning 100 Accelerated Reader points at a recent celebration assembly. McMahan and Squires are third-graders, while the Baileys are fourth-graders.

  • Carrying the Torch Ministries hosting special May services

    Carrying the Torch Ministries is hosting May's explosion services this month.

    The event began last Sunday with a "miracle deliverance" service.

    Events will continue this weekend with Bro. Jim Angles of Virginia. Friday through Sunday topics will include "knocking on the door of a million souls for Christ."

    On May 17-18, The Sloan Family from Mississippi will be the featured guests.

    On May 24-25, Sis. Sherry Hixon from Alabama will be preaching and sharing the "gifts of the Spirit, which are manifested in her life."