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Today's News

  • Battle between Eagles to decide District 2 top seed

    The last eight games between Campbellsville and Bethlehem have been some strange deals.
    The last two, just like tomorrow’s encounter on Dave Fryrear Field, have been district battles. CHS fell 14-13 at home two years ago and Bethlehem pulled away for a 22-8 triumph in Bardstown last season.
    The previous six contests between the sets of Eagles were back-and-forth with each team winning six.
    Campbellsville went 2-1 at Bardstown with a 33-21 loss in 2013 while Bardstown went 2-1 on the road with its only loss coming 36-0 in 2014.

  • Third frame costs TC at East Jessamine

    Taylor County scored on the last play of the first half to lead home-standing East Jessamine on Friday night.
    However, the host Jaguars put up three third-period touchdowns and held on for a 28-20 district triumph in Nicholasville.
    The Cardinals led 6-0 early in the second period on Tre Goodin’s 54-yard pass touchdown pass to Cameron Kosid out of punt formation.
    However, East Jessamine led 7-6 before Darien Bishop’s interception at :39 set up Logan Parker’s burst from two yards out.
    Bishop caught the go-head conversion from Goodin.

  • TCHS, CHS boys’ golf teams reach state finals

     

  • Eagles edged 21-20 in waning seconds

     

  • Sports calendar (Oct. 19)

     

    TCHS Lady Cardinal Softball Dinner & Auction on Saturday, Oct. 21
    The Taylor County High School Lady Cardinal Softball Dinner and Auction will be held Saturday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria on Hodgenville Road. The menu will consist of Creekside chicken tenders, ham, potatotes, green beans, corn, rolls and dessert. The cost is $10 and tickets may be purchased at the door or from any player or coach. Both a silent and a live auction will be held and the auctioneers will be John Kessler and John Wayne Kessler.

  • Upcoming games (Oct. 19-28)

    Thursday, Oct. 19
    UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL — Cumberlands at Campbellsville (7:00).
    Friday, Oct. 20
    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL — Campbellsville at Caverna (8:00), Marion County at Taylor County (7:30).
    Saturday, Oct. 21
    UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL — Campbellsville at Ave Maria (10 a.m.).
    UNIVERSITY MEN’S SOCCER — Campbellsville at Shawnee State (8:00).
    UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S SOCCER — Campbellsville at Shawnee State (6:00).

  • Cards coast to fifth win out of six

     

  • School Districts report 85 homeless students in Taylor County

    New statistics released Thursday from the Kentucky Department of Education show 85 homeless students in the local school districts.

    Broken down further, the Taylor County School District reported 48 students as homeless, 1.9 percent of the 2,584 students in the district, according to KDE. The Campbellsville Independent School District reported 37 students as homeless, 3.4 percent of the school’s 1,092 students.

  • Grist Mill dedication, time capsule burial set for Thursday, Oct. 12

    Next Thursday will be a busy afternoon in the city of Campbellsville, as the Bicentennial Committee has plans for a dedication ceremony at the Campbellsville Grist Mill, as well as a time capsule burial at the site.

    The ceremonies will take place following the Campbellsville-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Campbellsville Civic Center, which begins at noon. State Rep. Bam Carney will be speaking at that luncheon.

    The dedication ceremony is set for 1:15 p.m.

  • Wise addresses needle exchange programs and opioid epidemic

    The opioid epidemic and discussion of a potential syringe exchange program in Taylor County were at the forefront of conversation during State Sen. Max Wise’s presentation at the meeting of the local American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) chapter.