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Today's News

  • Most local students to receive free meals

     

    When the new school year begins, most parents in the county and city school districts will notice some savings when it comes time to pay for student lunches.

    That's because this year, while students enrolled in Campbellsville Independent Schools will continue to receive free breakfast and lunch, many students in the Taylor County School District will also receive those same benefits.

  • Eagles wallop Washington 44-7

    Campbellsville High School tallied the first six touchdowns and crushed Washington County 44-7 in the last game of the seventh annual Forcht Bank Bowl on Saturday night at Campbellsville University.

  • Clock runs out on Fighting Tigers in opener

     

    After a 10-10 tie at the half, Campbellsville led 17-10 on Jake Russell’s first touchdown pass to Tyus Alcorn and led 24-20 when Russell connected with Alcorn for a second time with 14:18 left in the final quarter. However, the Patriots took advantage of a fumble recovery, which led to the go-ahead score, and in interception, which thwarted a Fighting Tiger drive. Campbellsville still was driving for the potential go-ahead score or a game-tying field goal when the clock ran out.

  • Barren bests Taylor County 12-6

     

  • Seventh annual Forcht Bank Bowl Friday, Saturday at CU

     

  • CU football opens at home Thursday at 7

     

  • Let Taylor County Public Library shift your reading into 'Overdrive'

    When you think of going to the public library and checking out a book, that might sound like an old and outdated practice. It might even remind you of life in a slower time, before technology came along and changed our world so much, as it has in recent years.

    There may be some libraries out there that are still behind the technological times, but that statement couldn't be any farther from the truth when it comes to the Taylor County Public Library.

  • Here's a tip: Earn it!

    There's an old saying that goes, "You get what you pay for."

    In my opinion, the opposite holds true, especially when it comes to leaving tips at a restaurant; you pay for what you get.

    It seems today the popular thing for those in the service industry to do, especially waiters and waitresses, is to post photos of customers' receipts and call them out for the tips they leave, or don't leave.

  • Early Days August 27, 2015

    TEN YEARS AGO

    August 25, 2005

    The Taylor County Historical Society met for its June picnic at Early╒s Chapel United Methodist Church, which was organized in 1856.

    Campbellsville University will be hosting its annual Pastors and Church Leaders Conference on Sept. 22-23.

    A Durham High School reunion has been planned for Sept. 3-4 at the corner of Baptist Street, Durham Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

  • Public Record for August 27

    Traffic

    • Easton B. Bryant, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    • William C. Gribbins, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.