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Today's News

  • State road cuts could impact local resurfacing

    Local road resurfacing could suffer as a result of a $112.5 million cut from the state’s road fund.

    Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers said they’re generally unsure of what specific cuts will be required as a result of a recent reduction order.

    “I don’t know how it’s going to affect us,” Rogers said. “Basically, our money comes from the gas tax. Now, is some of this cut going to be coming out of the gas tax money? I don’t know yet. But if it is, that’s what we run our road department off of.”

  • Isaiah 58:10

    As a way of addressing local hunger issues, Dennis Brinley and Campbellsville Christian Church, launched Isaiah 58:10 Feeding Ministry as a way to reach out.

    The idea started two years ago from a small Bible study session.

    “We started talking about how we needed to get outside the four walls,” Brinley said.

    CCC for years had a weekly Wednesday night dinner for church members and anyone else in the community was welcome.

  • Taylor Grand Jury indicts eight

    A Campbellsville man who reportedly shot a man in the neck was among eight people who a Taylor County Grand Jury indicted Tuesday.

    Jeffery A. Jones, 53, of Beechwood Drive in Campbellsville, was formally charged with first-degree assault, a Class B felony; and first-degree persistent felony offender.

    The indictment states that the alleged incident took place on Nov. 3 of last year.

  • Missing man found dead

    A Campbellsville man who had been missing since Dec. 31, was found dead on the afternoon of Tuesday, Jan. 5, the Campbellsville Police Department stated.

    Roger G. Arnett, 60, was found behind storage buildings on West Main Street Tuesday afternoon, CPD Detective Nelson Bishop said.

    Arnett hadn’t been heard from since Dec. 31, according to a CPD report from Jan. 4.

    CPD Detective Sergeant Ben Riggs is the investigating officer.

    No other information was available at press time.

  • Area couple re-enacts Civil War ride to courthouse

    Mark and Laura Farrar want an annual ride to the Taylor County Courthouse every New Year’s Day.

    On Friday, the pair, who live halfway between Campbellsville and Hodgenville on the LaRue County line, rode on horseback to the courthouse to commemorate a portion of Union general George Thomas’ ride to Campbellsville on Jan. 1, 1862. It ended at the courthouse.

  • Annual MLK March set for Saturday, Jan. 9

    Ecumenical Ministerial Alliance honors and celebrates the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Saturday, Jan. 9 for the annual march. The March beings at 9 a.m. outside Campbellsville Elemetnary School and concludes at the Veterans Memorial Wall Mural on Court Street. All pastors, churches, civic leaders, orgaznizrtions and commuinty citizens are urged to attend and particpate in this event that unify our diverse commuinty and illustrate our resolve to social justice and equality. 

  • CHS staff member dies

    On the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 5, Campbellsville High School instructional assistant Robbie Durham died.

    He was 49.

    Mr. Durham did not report to work Tuesday morning, and hadn’t communicated that he wouldn’t be working that day. Out of concern, and because of recent health issues, CHS staff members made numerous attempts to contact Mr. Durham.

    Contact was made with Mr. Durham’s parents, and a CHS staff member went to his home in Campbellsville to check on him.

  • Work almost complete on comprehensive plan

    The final draft of the city’s comprehensive plan should be finally approved in the next few months, Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young stated during Monday night’s Campbellsville City Council meeting.

    “We’re right on pace, we think, to be through with our comprehensive plan by the end of this fiscal year, which ends in June,” Young said. “I think we’ll be done well before then.”

  • Thompson ready for state DYW

    Taylor County High senior Taylor LeAnn Thompson is known as a dedicated and hard-working person in everything she does. Now, thanks to community support, she is ready to represent Taylor County.

    Thompson was named Taylor County’s Distinguished Young Woman for 2016 in August, and will participate in the state DYW program. She leaves town on Sunday, Jan. 10, to begin a weeklong rehearsal.

    A reception was held in her honor on Sunday at Campbellsville Christian Church with family, friends and community members coming out to wish her good luck.

  • Fitness centers look for growth in membership with new year

    Many people feel motivated to lose weight and get in shape as part of a New Year’s resolution, but not everyone follows through on that. That is according to N2 Fitness owner Walt Hensel. He said he’s seen New Year’s spikes in attendance since his business opened up in April 2013.