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  • School Menus for Dec. 10-14

    Campbellsville Elementary/High

    Dec. 10-14

    Monday - Grilled cheese, tater tots, pork and beans, vegetable sticks, apple and milk.

    Tuesday - Hamburger, pickles, onions, Fritos, peaches, graham cracker and milk.

    Wednesday - Turkey, dressing, whipped potatoes, green beans, Jell-O and fruit mix, rolls and milk.

    Thursday - Pizza, corn, potato wedges, tossed salad, pears and milk.

    Friday - Deli sandwich, lettuce, tomato, baked chips, carrot sticks, fruit and milk.

    Campbellsville Middle

    Dec. 10-14

  • TCMS awarded curriculum grant

    The Kentucky Department of Education and the University of Louisville's College of Education and Human Development have announced six $10,000 Universal Design for Learning model school grants.

    Taylor County Middle School is among those six schools that will receive the funding. The competitive grants were also awarded to Campbell Ridge Elementary in Campbell County; Shearer Elementary in Clark County; Shepherdsville Elementary in Bullitt County; Trigg County Middle; and Boyd County High School.

  • PRIDE awards $7,160 for education in Taylor County

    Local students will get first-hand experience in good stewardship this school year, thanks to PRIDE Environmental Education Grants.

    In Taylor County, 440 students will benefit from two grants totaling $7,160.

    Campbellsville Middle School received a $4,300 grant to enhance an outdoor classroom, which will benefit 340 students this year.

    Campbellsville Child Development Center will benefit 100 students by using a $2,860 grant to enhance an outdoor classroom and buy educational materials, such as books and multimedia resources.

  • Sewing factory gets government contract

    If you like to work, then 105 employees of Campbellsville Apparel got news of a nice Christmas present.

    CAC secured a new government contract with five-year production parameters for 4 million to 22 million units. The Defense Logistics Agency, a combat support agency that provides supplies and services to America's military forces, announced finalization of the multimedia contract last week. CAC will be producing undershirts for four branches of the military.

  • TRH has access to robotic physician technology

    University of Louisville Health Care and Taylor Regional Hospital of Campbellsville have announced the development of an agreement to place a remote physician presence robot that will expand the delivery of specialized health care to patients in the Taylor Regional Hospital's service area.

    The agreement is a part of U of L Health Care's growing Central and Western Kentucky Initiative.

  • TRH welcomes new staff members

    Taylor Regional Hospital had a reception on Sept. 13 to welcome Dr. Kathy Bruner, pathologist; Dr. Susan Burress, OB/GYN; Dr. Heather Wise, pediatric dentist; Heidi Lee, ARNP; Dennis Wooley, ARNP; Nan Pack, PA-C; Betty Alexander, nursing services administrator; Lorie Richerson, Med/Surg director; and Wade Squires, ER director. From left: Squires, Richerson, Lee, Wise and Alexander.

  • TCHS yearbooks on sale

    It's time to order your 2008 Taylor County High School Yearbook, "The Cardinal."

    Orders may be placed online at www.yearbooksonsale.com or by calling (866) 282-1516.

  • All in a day's work

    Campbellsville National Bank used a 63-hour window of opportunity to tear down a 17-year-old structure on East Broadway and move its banking offices into a new facility nearly in the same spot.

    "It took a lot of coordination and a flurry of activity," CNB President Leroy Bratcher said Monday. "But we did it."

  • Health Department open new facility

    Taylor County Health Department, City, County and state officials were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the health department's new location on the Campbellsville Bypass. The department will open its new location on Wednesday, Dec. 12.

  • Greek Revival

    Seventh grade students at Campbellsville Middle School in Shamarie Claiborne's and Farrah Hord's social studies classes recently collaborated and created an interactive unit on Greece.

    Students wrote historical fiction papers and created ancient artifacts as well as time capsules. They presented their time capsules at a Greek festival in which students dressed as Greek citizens and sampled Greek foods.