Today's News

  • Man sentenced to 20 years in fatal crash


    A man involved in a three-vehicle accident in Washington County last year, which left another man dead, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after accepting a plea agreement.

    Victor Mendoza, 25, of Campbellsville, appeared in circuit court before Judge Todd Spalding for final sentencing.

  • County seeking grant for trail repairs, development


    Repairs and work on additional trails could be in store for the Homeplace on Green River in the not-too-distant future.

    At a special-called meeting on Monday afternoon, magistrates on the Taylor County Fiscal Court voted 5-1 to apply for a Recreational Trails Grant, which is administered by the Department of Local Government, for as much as $200,000.

  • Amnesty Day set for recycling of hazardous waste, other recyclables

    The Taylor County Junior Conservation Board is holding an Amnesty Day for household hazardous waste and recyclables.

    The community is encouraged to bring household hazardous wastes Saturday, March 26, to the Taylor County Extension Office for proper disposal.

    They will be set up from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Items accepted will be household chemicals including old bottles of herbicide, pesticide and cleaners. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture will be there to help with the disposal.

  • South Central Kentucky Caucus formed within General Assembly

    It was a cold day in Frankfort outisde the Capital Annex on Feb. 18, but inside was filled with warm excitement as the Heartland Parkway Foundation met with state senators, representatives and Transportation Cabinet officials to discuss the merits of the parkway project, encourage additional funding in the current and future legislative sessions, and announce the formation of the new “South Central Kentucky Caucus” within the Kentucky General Assembly.

  • Couple provides grants to community fund

    Joe and Susan Walters will present their first grants from the Campbellsville/Taylor County Community Development Fund at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 28 at the Campbellsville Civic Center.

    Those $250 grants will be given to Green River Ministries, the Taylor County Food Pantry, the Taylor County Public Library/Clay Hill Critter Program and the Campbellsville/Taylor County Drug Coalition.

  • We Are Taylor County showing tonight


    The two-time Fifth Region Tournament basketball champion Taylor County Cardinals will be on the big screen tonight.
    KET and Revived Productions will present “We Are Taylor County” tonight in the high school gymnasium.
    The Taylor County School District will host a viewing party at 7:30 with adult admission being $5 and $2 for Taylor County students and kids from 5 to 18.
    The festivities begin from 7-7:30 with an autograph signing taking place from 7 to 7:30 with the 2015 and 2016 Fifth Region championships.

  • Early Days April 28, 2016


    April 27, 2006

    Lance Allen competed in statewide competition at the 2006 Future Business Leaders of America state conference on April 12 in Louisville.

    The United States Achievement Academy has named Kayla Raganas of Campbellsville a United States National Award Winner in physical education.

    Taylor County Future Farmers of America recently attended a regional competition at Lindsey Wilson College.

  • If there's a rock and roll heaven...

    “If there’s a rock and roll heaven, well you know they’ve got a hell of a band.” — The Righteous Brothers

    In their 1974 song titled “Rock and Roll Heaven,” The Righteous Brothers sang about musicians the world had recently lost. The song named artists who died in the early 1970s, including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Croce and Jim Morrison, just to name a few.

  • Lady Cardinals tally late for doubleheader sweep


    Taylor County's Lady Cardinals, who completed their shortened game of April 11 with a 17-4 triumph at Veterans Memorial Park, tallied a run in the bottom of the eighth inning to edge Campbellsvile 12-11 at Veterans Memorial Park on Tuesday night.

  • Kosid's eighth-inning blast pushes TC past CHS 12-11