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Today's News

  • Memorial Day a time to remember and appreciate freedoms we have been given

    One of our greatest presidents and Kentucky native, Abraham Lincoln, once said of our country, "America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves." That quote comes to mind as we gather in the coming days to honor those who have fought and died in wars foreign and domestic to continue to guarantee the freedom that makes us the envy of other nations and their people around the world.

  • Reflecting on Memorial Day

    Memorial Day is a significant holiday in the state of Kentucky in a variety of ways. Broadly, it is the unofficial kickoff to summer with the school year winding down, vacationers descending in droves to our lakes and rivers, and warm weather and sunshine becoming the norm. While many use this holiday as a time to travel back to their hometowns for reunions and family cookouts, others use it as a time to pay respect to their lost loved ones by taking flowers to their gravesites. 

  • Cards earn 20th baseball victory

    Taylor County captured its 20th victory for a fifth straight baseball season with a 4-2 home-field triumph on Friday night over Monroe County.
    Eighth-grade right-hander Griffin Hall went the distance and the Cardinals got a double from Tyler Frogge and singles by Daniel Carney and Grant McQueary to squeeze out the win with single runs in the fourth and fifth innings.
    TCHS defeated Hart County 5-4 on Wednesday as Hall and Chance Moran doubled and Jordan Nicholas, Jack Miller, McQueary and Cameron Kosid had singles to make a winner out of Seth King.

  • Lady Eagles take two softball victories in own Classic

    Staff Report

    Campbellsville won both of its softball encounters in the Lady Eagle Classic on Saturday.
    CHS belted Danville 13-3 in five innings in the opener as Brenna Wethington doubled and hit a three-run home run and eight other Lady Eagles had hits — doubles by Paige Dabney, Keena Angel and Kailey Morris and singles from Caitlin Bright, Madison Lewis, Masi Wilson, Kenzie Murrell and Cassie Squires.
    Dabney earned the win by allowing only a single.

  • Howard, Dabney, Wethington named all-region

     

  • Lady Eagles close out regular-season play

     

  • Seniors Howard, Wright push Lady Cards past Russell

     

  • Need to recognize folks while they can enjoy the moment

     

  • May 19-27 games

    Tuesday, May 19
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Adair County vs. Marion County in 20th District Tournament at Marion County (7:00).
    HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL — Taylor County vs. Adair County in 20th District Tournament at Marion County (5:30), followed by Marion County vs. Campbellsville.
    Wednesday, May 20
    HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — Taylor County vs. Campbellsville in 20th District Tournament at Marion County (7:00).

  • Early Days May 7, 2015

    TEN YEARS AGO

    May 5, 2005

    More than 1,400 people gulped down 75 gallons of milk, 380 pounds of pancake mix and 476 pounds of sausage at Saturday’s pancake breakfast hosted by the Campbellsville and Taylor County Fire Department.

    Rosemary Shoftner and Richard Schuhmann of Campbellsville exchanged wedding vows on March 30 in Kona, Hawaii.

    Randall Phillips, former Taylor County Clerk, was recently appointed to the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals.