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Today's News

  • Haskins looks back 20 years at 'The Greatest'

     

  • Parks first in Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Major

     

    Cooper Parks claimed the Hurricane Junior Tour two-day Major Championship at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course in Louisville over the weekend. The Taylor County High School sophomore-to-be shot 72 on Sunday after a 74 on Saturday to finish at 2-over park 146, four shots ahead of the rest of the field. Tanner Parks finished in a tie for 13th at 167 (84-83) in the 33-person field.
    Another Taylor County golfer, Hayes Mason, finished in a seventh-place tie (180 — 92-88) in the 14-15-year-old division.

  • Goodin and Ky. Stars battle Indiana twice this weekend

     

  • Hansford referred to drug court

    A Campbellsville City Council member accused of writing bad checks could find himself in drug court.

    At a Tuesday morning hearing, Taylor County Circuit Judge Todd Spalding said he will refer Rufus “Frankie” Hansford, 54, to drug court.

    Hansford arrived in court in prison attire; he’s been lodged in Taylor County Detention Center since May 19 for reportedly violating the terms of his pretrial diversion.

  • Relay for Life set for Saturday evening

    Taylor County’s 19th annual Relay for Life event will take place this weekend, and there will be some noticeable changes this year, including the event taking place on Saturday.

    Relay will take place at the track behind Campbellsville Elementary School, and will run from 4 p.m. until midnight.

    “We’ve been working to make an event that really resonates and is more accommodating to our community,” said Drew Underwood, community manager for Relay for Life’s Mid-South Division based in Louisville.

  • Council approves $25 million city budget

    Campbellsville City Council members unanimously approved, on second reading, a $25.7 million budget, which will take effect July 1.

    “The budget is basically the same as the previous year,” said Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young. “The noticeable change is in the water company, where there’s moneys ... to build and construct a water line from Taylor Regional Hospital to Spurlington, and also half of a tank at Spurlington.”

  • Lamb is distinguished

    Talented, well spoken and beautiful young women adorned the stage at Campbellsville High School’s Hamilton Auditorium as the annual Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program took place Saturday night.

    Campbellsville High School senior Blair Madeline Lamb was named the 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County.

  • TCMS softball girls capture CKMSAC championships

     

  • Zack Cox now plays for Wichita Wingnuts

     

  • Kids flip for yoga!

    Toddlers and teens found their inner peace last week when free yoga classes were hosted at the Taylor County Extension Office.

    Clancy Leonard of Chicago offered four sessions of classes, and about 25 children took part. Leonard focused on teaching different yoga postures, along with basic breathing and stretching techniques.

    She also incorporated music and crafts into her class.