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Today's Features

  • Campbellsville Woman's Club hosted its annual dinner and membership meeting on Sept. 24 at First United Methodist Church.

    A large crowd attended, including several from out of town - members of the Columbia Woman's Club, 4th District Governor Carol McLaughlin and her mother, and President Elect Anne Aubrey.

    Taylor County Junior Miss Megan Romines and her mother, Pam Romines, were also guests. Romines played the piano and talked about her role as Junior Miss.

    Also attending were several international students from Campbellsville University.

  • Siblings Mason Sapp and Daley Sapp along with Christopher Montgomery and Alex Brockman, all of Campbellsville, spent Sept. 25 at Ballance Motox track in Bowling Green.

    The youth were on hand for the video shooting of country artist Bucky Covington's newest release, "It's Good To Be Us."

    Covington was an American Idol finalist.

    The video will feature fast-paced motocross riding. The four had the opportunity to ride their dirt bikes in the video with Covington and his twin brother, Rocky Covington.

    Taping of the track scenes took about four hours.

  • Wednesday, Oct. 15

    Free diabetes self-management class from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Taylor County Health Department. (800) 928-4416

    Oct. 15-18

    Fall revival at Mt. Zion Church of God with evangelist Bro. Anthony Molihan at 7 p.m. 465-2786

    Through Oct. 15 

    Revival at Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Dr. George Estes as evangelist.

    Revival at Jones Chapel United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. with speaker Bro. Cameron Rash. 465-2157

    Through Oct. 17

  • Clubs/Organizations

    • Campbellsville American Legion Post 82 hosts bingo every Monday at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 5 p.m. (270) 465-7131

    • Taylor County Sportsman Club meets the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the club house. (270) 465-7639

    • Habitat for Humanity meets the third Monday of each month. (270) 469-9080 or (270) 465-2543

  • With the piercing sound of a smoke alarm filling the room, Alli Wilson rolls out of bed and crawls to the door. Using the back of her hand, she feels the door for heat. It's warm. That means fire is likely on the other side of that door. Opening it could be dangerous.

    Thank goodness, though, the fire isn't real. The exercise is just a part of Campbellsville Fire Department's fire prevention program.