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Today's News

  • State launches program to help foster youth aging out of program

    Young adults aging out of the foster care system now have the opportunity to access employment, job training and leadership skills through a collaborative program that places young people in entry-level positions in Department for Community Based Services offices around the state.

    Gov. Matt Bevin, first lady Glenna Bevin and Health and Family Services Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson made the announcement Tuesday in Louisville where they joined several program participants and state leaders who have helped launch the initiative.

  • Senior pair score points in state track meet

     

    A pair of high school seniors scored points at their respective state high school track meets over the weekend.
    Taylor County’s Grace Bertram placed third in the discus throw (100-10) to tally the Lady Cardinals’ six points in the Class 2A meet on Friday.
    Austyn Thornton had all 11 points in Class A on Saturday for Campbellsville’s Eagles by finishing third in the triple jump (42-04.50) and fourth in the long jump (20-03.75).

  • Breakfast served to veterans on Memorial Day

    Veterans and their families were treated to a breakfast on Memorial Day at the American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 82.

    “It’s a free breakfast for veterans and their spouses in honor of Memorial Day,” said Lauri Mandi of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post No. 82.

    Mandi said they treat veterans of all branches, from all wars, to breakfast on Memorial Day and to dinner on Veterans Day, and have for the past several years.

  • Walk to raise awareness for Huntington’s Disease

    A Campbellsville woman is organizing an event to raise awareness for Huntington’s Disease, and to raise funds to research it.

    Rebekah Taylor, the local organizer, says the Team Hope Walk will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, at Green River Lake State Park pavilion from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The event is also being organized via the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

    The proceeds from the event will go to HSDA, which does community services, education, advocacy and research.

  • Lady Cards fall to eventual champs in opening round

     

  • A night on the town

    Drive-in movies have a sense of nostalgia for many people, whether it be kids running around with their friends not watching the movie, or for teens reaching that first peak of independence or adults just getting a night away.

    Many today won’t experience a drive-in, with less than 20 active drive-ins left in Kentucky, and the Campbellsville drive-in being closed since the mid-1980’s.

    Campbellsville Amazon SDF-1 and Town Hall Productions have put a unique spin to the drivein experience and brought it touch of it back to Campbellsville.

  • Cards clipped by Dragons 6-5

     

  • Adkins leaves Tigers for Life U.

     

  • Fire damages local home

    A Campbellsville home was damaged by a fire Thursday evening as severe weather moved into the area.

    Campbellsville Fire and Rescue was called to a house fire at 114 Oak St. just after 4 p.m.

    Upon arrival of firefighters, smoke was visible. Mutual aid was called in to assist while on the scene.

    Officials say lightning could have been the possible cause.

    The heaviest damage was contained to the attic area, though the entire home sustained heavy smoke damage.

    No additional information was available as of press time.

  • Distinguished Young Woman contest is Saturday

    Taylor County will crown a new distinguished young woman on Saturday.

    While the annual Distinguished Young Women program has typically been held in August in previous years, this year’s scholarship competition has been moved again ahead a few months.

    Shelly Miller, chair of the local DYW program, said this year’s competition was moved so that contestants also attending the Governor’s Scholars Program would be able to focus on each program.