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Today's News

  • Kansas State duo wins title on Green River Lake

     

  • H&W Classic crowns baseball champions

     

    Beast Mode and Dirt Dawgs claimed 8U and 6U tournament titles in the H&W Sport Shop Baseball Classic claimed the 8U Tournament over the July 23-24 weekend at the H&W Sport Shop Baseball Classic at Veterans Memorial Park.

    The 6U Home Run Champion was Dax Gray while Isaac Burress won the 8U HR Derby trophy.

  • Holmes posts best major finish in Scotland

     

  • Mays ties for second in East Tenn. golf tourney

     

  • Little League State Tourney results

     

  • Grand jury indicts 10

    A Campbellsville man accused of assault is among 10 people a Taylor County Grand Jury indicted on Tuesday.

    John A. Sluder, 22, of Mardis Road, was charged with second-degree assault, a Class C felony.

    The charge stems from a reported incident on April 24 of this year. An arrest warrant accuses him of hitting the unnamed victim in the face, causing "serious physical injury."

    Sluder has since been released from Taylor County Detention Center.

  • Pokemon Go popular with local players

    Pokemon Go is sweeping the country, and Campbellsville has been no exception.

    “I love the sense of acceptance and the all around united togetherness of the community,” said Nikki Rainwater, who has been playing since it came online. “Everyone is chatting it up with total strangers, we always say ‘Hey, how’s it been today’ when we pass, and usually share where something was or currently is.”

  • A leap in the lake

    About six times a year, guardsmen with several National Guard units practice jumps from a helicopter.

    And every year for roughly the past six years, one of those jumps has taken place over Green River Lake, at a portion of the lake between Green River Marina and Site 1 Boat Ramp.

    “This is one of our better stops,” said Sgt. First Class Kevin Nash. “It’s kind of a thank you to the guys because it’s a good time. There’s not a lot of stress.”

  • Woman murdered Saturday

    A man was arrested Saturday evening in Shelby County in connection with the reported murder of a Campbellsville woman.

    Rocky T. Ashby, 36, was arrested for the murder of Tara Simpson Lamer, 35, according to Campbellsville Police Department reports.

    Aside from the murder charge, he also stands accused of first-degree burglary and fourth-degree domestic assault with minor injury. Those charges
    date back to a reported incident in May.

  • Right-of-way meeting set for July 28

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will conduct a public right-of-way informational meeting on Thursday, July 28, from 5-7 p.m. at the activity center at Elk Horn Baptist Church on 3145 Elk Horn Road.

    The purpose of the meeting is to provide information on this section of the Campbellsville Bypass, extending from KY 55 to KY 70, and to share information concerning right-of-way activities.