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Bobby Lee Phillips and Rebecca Phillips each face 82 counts, both are set to appear in court Monday

Couple faces animal cruelty charges

By Zac Oakes

 


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Judge warns of people posing as census workers

By The Staff

 

Taylor County Judge-Executive Eddie Rogers said he has been contacted by some local residents and told of people coming to doors claiming to be census workers. According to Rogers, however, those people are not presenting any identification to prove that they are official census workers.

Rogers said anyone being approached by someone at their door asking for information should be especially careful and ask to see identification.

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Career center plans move forward

By Zac Oakes

 


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Lt. Governor speaks to local chamber

By Zac Oakes

 


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Community members, businesses can sponsor security system

Door blocks coming to Taylor schools

By Zac Oakes

 


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Seventeen school districts in Kentucky still use corporal punishment

Carney backs bill to end corporal punishment in schools

By Zac Oakes

 

A bill has been filed in the Kentucky Legislature that would aim to end corporal punishment in schools, and it is co-sponsored by Rep. John “Bam” Carney, R-Campbellsville.

Carney, who chairs the House Education Committee, said that he decided to join Rep. Steve Riley, R-Glasgow, in sponsoring the bill after traveling the state and hearing from education administrators in different parts of the state.

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Local business rebuilds, relocates after 2016 fire

H&W rises from the ashes

By Moreland Jeff

 

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Shortly after seeing his family’s business destroyed by fire nearly two years ago, Shaun Hord had a simple answer for how he, his family, and his employees would move forward.

“We’re just praying about it and taking it a day at a time,” Hord said in 2016.

Now, after much prayer, they have an answer, and it lies just across the street from the building they called home in the aftermath of the fire.

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For $100, individuals or businesses can "Adopt a Door" at Taylor County Schools

Community pitching in for safer schools

By Zac Oakes

 

As ideas continue to be discussed about what should be done to strengthen local schools, Taylor County Schools Superintendent Roger Cook has decided to involve the local community in taking a step to strengthen security in each of the district’s four schools.

Cook attended a school safety seminar in Louisville last week, and has decided to purchase expandable doorstops to be placed on each door of an occupied room at each of the schools.

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Superintendent Roger Cook said school was on lockdown, but everything is cleared

Threat made against Taylor County High School

By The Staff

 

A threat against Taylor County High School was discovered Thursday morning, making this the fourth-known threat against local schools since last Friday. 

Superintendent Roger Cook said that TCHS was on lock down for a period of time Thursday morning after someone in the school discovered the words "TC is next" written on a bathroom wall. 

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'... You don't have to tell people about Jesus when you show people who Jesus is."

Church to start after school program

By Zac Oakes

 

 A new after-school program is in the works that could benefit local students.

Pastor Montel Richardson of First Baptist Church in Campbellsville, located on Broadway, said the church hopes to offer the after-school program beginning next school year.

When Richardson first arrived in Campbellsville as pastor of the church around six months ago, upon meeting with people in the church, he realized that they wanted to find a way to become more involved with children in the community.

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