Today's News

  • $28,000 raised for Crusade For Children

    The Campbellsville Fire Department raised $10,000 more than last year for Crusade For Children earlier this month, according to the Campbellsville Fire Department.

    “We receive a lot of community support, from people donating money, food, services, etc,” said Jennifer Johnson, who helped organize the local effort.

    Johnson said they raised $28,162.42, more than the $18,075.72 that was raised last year. They had raised about $28,000 in 2014.

  • Newborn hearing loss now more quickly detected at TRH

    Taylor Regional Hospital’s Women Center has upgraded equipment to benefit their newborn babies.

    They updated their newborn hearing screener to the ALGO 5 Newborn Hearing Screener. It combines Natus ALGO AABR® algorithm with technology to provide the newest solution for newborn hearing screening programs.

    “It’s the best of the best,” Jenny Dobson, Director Women’s Center/Nursery, said.

    The Women’s Center has had the new equipment since April.

  • Annual trail ride fundraiser scheduled for this weekend

    It’s time to saddle up and donate money to a worthy cause.

    The Hill and Valley Saddle Club are having their 24th annual “Saddle up for St. Jude” fundraiser trail ride benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this weekend. The two-day event is set to start Friday, June 24, on Steve Gabehart’s farm in Elk Horn.

    The club has collect $35,000 over the years from this event.

    Numerous things have been added to this year’s event including free camping, live music and food.

  • Trail could be finished by the end of the month

    An official opening for the Trace-Pitman Greenway hasn’t been set, but the city hopes it will be completed by the end of the month.

    Campbellsville City Council member Paul Osborne, who chairs the city’s Trail Town Committee, had originally hoped for an official opening of the 2.2-mile trail by the end of the school year.

    “We have had many rain delays; however, we are making good progress and expect to complete by June 30, the dead line,” said Osborne. “It’s a community thing, and we’re working actively on it now.”

  • Holmes posts best major finish in Scotland


  • Mays ties for second in East Tenn. golf tourney


  • Little League State Tourney results


  • Doss' 64 puts him in Kentucky Open


    Alex Doss shot a 7-under 64 to claim first place in a qualifier at Glasgow Country Club on July 11. The finish, which was three shots ahead of rest of the 29-man field, qualifies he and 10 others (73 or better) for the Kentucky Open at the University of Louisville Golf Club in Simpsonville on July 26-28. Doss will be a junior next month at Campbellsville High School.

  • Vernon hires brother as his top assistant

    Jordan Alves, CU Sports Information Director

    Just a few weeks after Brent Vernon was hired as the men’s basketball coach on June 28, he will now have a very familiar assistant coach sitting beside him on the bench. Mark Vernon, the older brother of Brent, was hired as the top assistant for the Tigers on July 5.

  • Falls shoots for firsts


    This past school year MaCayla Falls was a fifth grade student at Kentucky Christian Academy.
    Falls was the first place elementary girl at the Kentucky State Individual Tournament. She won a target at this event. Falls continued her trek with a first-place elementary girl finish at the NASP national tournament where she won a custom bow and a target. At the NASP World Tournament in Myrtle Beach, Falls placed second out of 582 girls in the elementary girl division. She won custom arrows, a wrist sling and a quiver.