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Today's News

  • CHS wraps up district with 50-14 crushing of Bethlehem

     

  • TCHS clinches home play-off game

    Taylor County defeated Mercer County for the first time on the gridiron in school history with a 47-19 romp in Harrodsburg on Friday night.
    The Cardinals (6-2 overall and 2-2 in the district) ran the pigskin 54 of its 56 offensive plays and rushed for seven touchdowns — four by Logan Parker and one each by Wes Oliver, Dejhon Irvin and Tre Goodin.
    After the Patriots led 7-0, Taylor County reeled off five straight touchdowns and never looked back.

  • Cards make it 3 district soccer titles in last 4

     

  • High school football results, standings, schedules

     

  • County says it can't help Green River Ministries

     

    Two groups that previously discussed their issues before the Campbellsvile City Council were on hand at Tuesday’s night’s special-called Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting.

    Duo County Telecom requested and received a non-exclusive franchise agreement, which should improve internet service along major highways for businesses and industries in Taylor County.

  • REATH Center helping through horses

     

    Horse riding is not exactly a common association that people make when it comes to thinking about therapy.

    However, for Sammy and Marchetta Garrison, as well as several local families in the Campbellsville/Taylor County area, the concept has made a significant difference in their lives.

  • Local man arrested after being found naked in Jamestown home

     

    A Campbellsville man was arrested after being found naked, sleeping in a bedroom inside a residence that he had allegedly broken into in Jamestown, according to a report from the Russell County Sheriff’s Department.

    Russell County Sheriff’s Deputies Lt. David Cain and Deputy Nathan Ginn arrested Joshua Morton, 36, of Campbellsville, without incident. Morton was lodged in the Russell County Detention Center and charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and criminal trespassing charges.

  • Park will honor late Taylor school board chair

     

    Although the establishment of a park located near the recently demolished section of the old Taylor County Elementary School has just begun, a name was chosen for the eventual park at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Taylor County Board of Education.

    Upon request of Taylor County Schools Superintendent Roger Cook, the board voted unanimously to name the park in honor of former longtime Taylor County Board of Education Chairman Tony Davis, who passed away unexpectedly in May.

  • Army Corps hosts Fishing with Veterans event

     

    Saturday morning was great weather to get out on the water and catch some fish for around 30 veterans from the local area.

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sponsored a Fishing with Veterans event at Holmes Bend Boat Ramp on Green River Lake. Around 30 veterans participated, according to Park Ranger Jessica Lee, who organized the event.

  • Organ donors give the gift of life

     

    My dad has had a change of heart recently.

    Actually, he received a new heart via transplant on Sept. 29.

    In a way, it had been a long time coming, but in other ways, the wait was extremely short.

    Dad’s heart problems began when I was in high school, and he was about to turn 37 years old.

    In the summer of 1988, I was gone on a trip with friends to Charleston, South Carolina. My parents were home and my mom was getting ready to go to a friend’s wedding just up the street from our house.