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Today's News

  • Cooper Parks, Sarah Hinton named top Ky. junior golfers

     

  • Fifth Region Volleyball Tournament

    Fifth Region Volleyball Tournament
    at Nelson County
    Monday, Oct. 23

    Washington County def. Taylor County 10-25, 17-25, 25-22, 25-19, 15-12
    Central Hardin def. Green County 25-12, 25-13, 25-15
    Tuesday, Oct. 24
    Elizabethtown def. Bardstown 23-25, 25-23, 25-27, 25-23, 15-5
    Marion County def. LaRue County 20-25, 17-25, 25-21, 25-19, 15-9
    Wednesday, Oct. 25
    6:00   Washington County vs. Central Hardin

  • CHS clubs Caverna 48-0

     

  • TCHS blanks Marion Co. 35-0

     

  • Three straight for Taylor County volleyball Lady Cardinals

     

    Taylor County High School claimed its third straight 20th District Tournament volleyball title  on Tuesday., Oct. 17.
    Coach Stephen Zink’s Lady Cardinals swept Adair County 25-13, 25-5, and 25-6 in the opening round and took all three sets from Marion County the next day 25-10, 25-16, 25-13 for the championship.
    Taylor County (22-13) begin Fifth Region Tournament play on Oct. 23 vs. Washington County.

  • Dates and times for Haunted Corn Maze announced

     

    Dates and times for the Haunted Corn Maze at Green River Lake State Park have been announced from the Kentucky Department of Parks. 

    The maze will be open Oct. 21, Oct. 27, and Oct. 28. Children will be admitted from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Adults will be admitted from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

    Admission is $5 per person. 

    Proceeds from Oct. 21 will benefit the Mark Twain Shriners Club of Kosair. Proceeds from Oct. 27 and 28 will go toward Phi Alpha Theta at Campbellsville University. 

  • Education is key when it comes to syringe exchange programs

     “Why would you give a needle to a drug addict?”

    Admittedly, I once thought that was a very stupid question. It would just enable an addict, make it easier for them to do their drug of choice. Why make needles easier to get? These were all thoughts I had when I first heard about syringe exchange programs.

    And so when I hear people express these thoughts, I don’t automatically discredit them, because it wasn’t that long ago that I thought the exact same thing.

  • Carney speaks on pensions, education at Chamber of Commerce luncheon

    State Rep. John “Bam” Carney (R-Campbellsville) was the featured speaker at last week’s Campbellsville-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon.

    Carney spoke about several of the happenings in Frankfort. He mentioned the charter school legislation (HB 520) and said that it was one of the toughest experiences he has had as a legislator.

  • Campbellsville Police investigating shooting on Carnation Street

    Campbellsville Police responded to a call of a shooting on Carnation Street Monday night.

    According to a CPD report, officers responded to a call at 6:15 p.m. Monday night regarding a possible gunshot victim at 234 Carnation Street. When officers arrived, they discovered that 34-year-old Todd Brown had sustained a single gunshot wound.

  • Retiring Old Glory

     

    More than 100 American flags, which were worn and tattered after a long period of flying proudly, were retired Saturday morning at the Edwards O’Banion American Legion Post in Campbellsville.

    Members of the American Legion, along with other guests, including the Marion County Veterans Honor Guard, gathered to provide a proper retirement for the flags.

    Pat Keefe, who serves as adjutant finance officer for Post 82, said the post last performed such a ceremony about four or five years ago.