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Today's News

  • Local man dies in garage fire

    A Taylor County man died over the weekend after a garage fire that happened Friday.

    Paul Anderson, 71, of Campbellsville, died at the University of Louisville Hospital, having sustained severe burns over much of his body, according to the Taylor County Fire Department.

    At about 1:45 p.m. on Friday, the Taylor County Fire Department was sent to Anderson's residence in the 600 block of Wade Lane, according to the fire department, which also stated that Anderson's wife took him to Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • Public Record for March 26

      Traffic

      James R. Calhoun, speeding, $143 fine paid in full, refer to state traffic school; failure to produce insurance card, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate; obstructed vision and/or windshield, proof of inspection filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

      Anthony D. Caton, speeding, proof filed, dismissed; failure to produce insurance card, proof filed, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed with leave to reinstate.

  • Nancy Cox nominated for ‘Best TV News Anchor’

    LEX18 News, which appears on NBC affiliate WLEX-TV, has been honored with 16 nominations for the 2015 Kentucky Associated Press Broadcaster Awards.

    Among those nominations was Campbellsville native Nancy Cox, who was among the candidates nominated for Best TV News Anchor.
    LEX18 was also nominated for Best Newscast. LEX18 was the only Lexington station nominated in that category.

  • Adkins tabbed NABC/NAIA National Coach of Year

    Jordan Alves, CU Sports Information

  • Proud, but bittersweet day for Mings at state

    By Dennis George

    It’s a bittersweet day for Jesse Mings as he sits in his chair in the last row in section 32 of Rupp Arena.
    He’s watching the opening round of the Sweet Sixteen, just as he has done for 54 of the past 55 years.
    Mings is clad in his Taylor County cap and sweatshirt, beaming with pride as he talks about his hometown school being in the big dance.
    But something’s missing.

  • Huge turnout of Cards’ followers at Rupp Arena

     

  • Support shown for parkway project

    Last month, Taylor County officials joined others in Frankfort for Heartland Parkway Day.

    Dr. John Chowning of Campbellsville University chairs the Heartland Parkway Foundation. That foundation has the stated mission of supporting the transportation project, which runs through Taylor, Marion, Adair and Washington counties.

  • St. Baldrick’s Conquer Week starts Saturday

    A child is diagnosed with cancer every three minutes.

    And Campbellsville St. Baldrick’s is looking to help.

    Within the next two weeks, two major local fundraisers for the organization will be held to help raise money for pediatric cancer research.

    The annual Shave for a Cure event will start off what is being called St. Baldrick’s Conquer Week this Saturday, March 21.

  • Sticking it out pays off

     

  • Tiger squads open national play on Thursday

    Both Campbellsville University women’s and men’s basketball programs finished in the top 5 in the final rankings for the NAIA National Championships.
    The tournaments are scheduled to tip off on Wednesday, March 18 with 60 games being played in a six-day span and the two national championships being hosted on Tuesday, March 24 at 6 and 8 p.m. CT, respectively.