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Today's News

  • Lady Cards head to Fla. with a 27-2 volleyball worksheet

    Taylor County High School's volleyball team won the Red Hawk Invitational at Seneca High School in Louisville over the Sept. 23-24 weekend and then swept Campbellsville 25-6, 25-6, 25-15 on Monday night in regular-season action.

    Taylor County, which improves to 27-2 on the season, has won 68 of the 82 sets its played this season.

    Coach Stephen Zink’s squad will play three matches in Florida during fall break (Oct. 5-7) before two final regular-season matches.

  • Taylor County, Campbellsville go 1-2 at region

    Taylor County decisioned Campbellsville 310-315 to capture the Region 4 Boys' Golf Championship on Tuesday at Maywood in Bardstown.

    Cardinal sophomore Cooper Parks won top individual honors with Campbellsville junior Alex Doss placing third.

    Both squads qualify for the state tournament this Friday and Saturday at Bowling Green Country Club.

  • Banner week at region for local boys’ golf teams

     

  • Danville dumps CHS

     

  • City schools to take 4-percent tax increase

    Campbellsville Independent School Board members approved to raise the 2016-2017 real estate and personal property tax rates by 4-percent Tuesday in a special called meeting.

    The 4-percent increase tax rate, which means revenue is 4-percent more than the prior year, will increase from 60.6 cents per $100 to 62.5 cents in 2017, which would be an increase of 19 cents, or $19 per $100,000 in property value.

  • City looks at sewer use ordinance changes

    The Campbellsville City Council will consider new positions at Campbellsville Water and Sewer, as well as changes to its sewer use ordinance when it meets on Monday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m.

    “We’ve got a plan put together to … make an effort to make improvements to our water system and our sewer system,” said Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young. “

  • Ready for takeoff

    Taylor County Airport was a hive of activity Saturday morning and afternoon during its annual Airport Day.

    “There was a good turnout for us to handle. We had a steady flow,” said Carl Watson of Taylor County Airport. “Everyone who wanted to fly was able to.”

    The five pilots that participated Saturday gave 70 plane rides to 200 people, with another 400 people coming out to the airport,  according to Watson.

  • Suspect strikes sheriff with vehicle during chase

    A Campbellsville man was arrested Tuesday morning on several charges after allegedly hitting Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton with his vehicle during a pursuit on Saloma Road.

  • Area FOP donates to local youth organizations

    The Central Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 22 presented Campbellsville and Taylor County’s Family Resource and Youth Services Centers with money for students in need of a little extra help. 

  • Germain visits White House for drug meeting

    Campbellsville native Teressa Germain was one of 12 mothers from across the country to sit in on a meeting in Washington, D.C., regarding drug overdoses and abuse.

    “The Campbellsville/Taylor County Drug Coalition has just … got started again, getting more members, and I’m a parent of that (group),” said Germain. 

    She believes her involvement in that group is why she was invited last week.