Today's News

  • Three locals charged in murder

    Four people, including three Campbellsville residents, have been arrested and jailed in the shooting death of a Bardstown teenager just after midnight Monday in what police say was a drug deal that turned violent.

    The suspects are Shamontay Jermare Adams, 21, who was charged with murder and first-degree robbery; Damion Paul Murphy, 18, and Alexis Gribbins, 19, both charged with complicity to murder and first-degree robbery; and Torique Shawne Griffin, 19, charged with complicity to murder and complicity to robbery.

  • 50 years from now...

    As the school year at Taylor County Primary Center is coming to an end, students, faculty, and staff at TCPC spent Monday morning thinking about the future.

    A time capsule was buried in front of the school beside the flagpole on Monday, set to be opened May 15, 2067, exactly 50 years from the date of its burial.

    TCPC Principal Melissa Long said the idea was originally just floated as a possible activity, but really gained steam.

    “I’m not really sure how it came about, but it just grew,” Long said.

  • Former substitute teacher pleads not guilty

    A Campbellsville man pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning to charges alleging sexual misconduct against Taylor County High School students.

    Taylor County Circuit Judge Todd Spalding kept Lawrence Harris’ bond at $50,000 full cash. He is still to have no contact with the complaining witnesses, and he is also banned from using computers.

    A bond hearing has been scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May 30.

  • CU graduates record number over weekend

    “Through Christian education, lives are changed.”

    That was the message from Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University, to a record number of graduates in four ceremonies as 558 students received their degrees Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13.

    For the 2016-17 academic year, 760 students will have graduated, upon completion of all academic requirements.

    The number of graduates and actual number of commencement ceremonies are both record breaking.

  • Yankees roll in game three for Major League title


    Campbellsville Youth Baseball Major League
    Regular season
    June 9

    Indians 11, Twins 5
    Yankees 23, Red Sox 2
    League championship series (best of 3)
    June 12
    Mets 4, Yankees 1
    June 13
    Yankees 12, Mets 2
    June 15
    Yankees 17, Mets 3

  • Holmes in 28th Major tourney in Wisconsin


  • Braves add tourney title to season Pee Wee crown


    It’s been a good month of June for the Pee Wee League Braves. They defeated the Royals two games to none for the regular-season crown and then last Friday double-dipped the Dodgers for the tournament title.

  • Scantland named CHS head boys’ golf coach


  • Huge MLB happenings in June


  • Campbellsville Youth Baseball


    Campbellsville Youth Baseball
    Major League

    June 7
    Braves 9, Rockies 7
    Mets 12, Dodgers 11

    June 8
    Rockies 11, Dodgers 1
    Mets 27, Braves 0
    (The Mets’ Dylan Canada, on his 13th birthday, hit for the cycle (single, double, triple, home run), capping it off with his first Little League homer — a grand slam).