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Today's News

  • Mattingly’s 3-run blast sends Eagles past Cards 8-7

     

  • Marion teams eliminate Adair County squads

     

  • Lady Cards deny Lady Eagles region berth again

     

  • Early Days May 18, 2017

    TEN YEARS AGO

    May 17, 2007

    John “J.B.” Holmes had his best weekend of his sophomore season on the PGA TOUR to pocket more than $126,000 at THE PLAYERS Championship last week in Florida.

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a community health fair on Saturday, April 21.

    Campbellsville Elementary and Taylor County Elementary schools fourth-grade students visited Frankfort on May 9. They toured the State Capitol and received souvenir packets on behalf of State Rep. Russ Mobley.

  • Early Days May 25, 2017

    TEN YEARS AGO

    May 24, 2007

    Ninety-seven-year-old E. Poe Young cast his vote at the New City North precinct in Tuesday’s Primary Election. He was voting for the 76th year. In contrast, just before Young, a high schooler had cast his vote for the very first time.

    Kamarra Barnett has joined the House of Beauty, 434 Woodlawn Ave.

    Constance Falusckai is the recipient of this year’s Janice Holt Giles book award.

  • Regular-season play wraps up

     

    The high school softball and softball seasons wrapped up on Thursday and Saturday of last week with the 20th District Tournaments starting on Monday, May 22 at Adair County.

  • Chemical truck crashes on Highway 70

     

    A Southern States truck was involved in an accident on Highway 70 near Elk Horn Baptist Church Thursday morning around 8 a.m. Cleanup of the scene continued until after 11 a.m., with Kentucky Energy and Environmental Cabinet personnel on the scene. See more photos and more details on our website as they become available, and in Monday's issue of the CKNJ.

  • Miller Park roads could become one-way

    Campbellsville Trail Town committee members want to make parts of Miller Park Drive and Upper Miller Park Road one way.

    Nothing has been set in stone, but members are tentatively planning to make Upper Miller Park Road from Warren Place to Saloma Road one way towards Saloma Road. From the Miller Park ball fields towards Saloma Road, Miller Park Drive would be one-way towards the ball fields.

    The remainder of Upper Miller Park Road and Miller Park Drive would continue to be two-way, as would the “Y” intersection between the two roads.

  • Log barn cover nearly complete at Homeplace

    The first phase of a pavilion over a 200-year-old log barn at the Homeplace on Green River should be complete by next month.

    “The pavilion—which is the first phase of a building that will eventually completely enclose the log pen as well as historic farm equipment, should be completed this month, or at the latest early in June,” said George Kolbenschlag of the Homeplace. “We just really don’t know when the rest of the building will be completed. We have to raise the funding first, and then be sure the equipment is secure.”

  • Local officers, community have good relationship

    On the national scene, tension between citizens and police has risen due to a lot of high profile, highly publicized incidents.

    As this week kicks off National Police Week in the United States, beginning with National Peace Officers Memorial Day today, officers of the Campbellsville Police Department are continuing to abide by their mission of serving and protecting the city of Campbellsville.