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Today's News

  • EARLY DAYS: June 21, 2018

    Ten Years Ago

    2008

    • Ryan Shipp, 29, of Campbellsville, died at 4:25 a.m. on Thursday, June 12, 2008 in Campbellsville as a result of a motorcycle crash.

    • Republican Party has chosen its nominee for the November General Election 4th district Magistrate’s race. Matt Pendleton will be the republican candidate.

  • EARLY DAYS: June 28, 2018

    Ten Years Ago

    2008

       Randall Bryant, 62 of Campbellsville died at 5:45 p.m. on Friday June 20, 2008

       Bekah Bolin donated 10 inches of hair to Locks of Love, an organization that provides hair to children suffering from illness-related hair loss.

       Brett and Gina Sapp of Campbellsville, announce the birth of a son, Blake Austin, at 12:31 p.m., Friday, May 16 at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon, KLY. He weighed 6 pounds and 12 ½ ounces and was 19 ½ inches long.

  • EARLY DAYS: July 5, 2018

    Ten Years Ago

    July 2008

    • Daniel J. Venters, a former chief circuit judge for the 28th Circuit, has announced his candidacy for the Kentucky Supreme Court’s 3rd District.

    • Dr. Bobby R. Himes, 76, Campbellsville died at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 28, 2008 at his home.

    • William R. and Carolyn Callison Pruitt of Campbellsville will celebrate their 50th anniversary tomorrow. The Pruitts were married on July 4, 1958.

  • EARLY DAYS: July 12, 2018

    Ten Years Ago

    July 2008

    • Josh and Amanda Wood, of Campbellsville, announce the birth of a son Jaxton Ryan at 12:02 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25, at Baptist East in Louisville. He weighed 9 pounds and 13 ounces and was 19 ¾ inches long.

    • Angela Lynn Cochran of Elkhorn earned a place on the Somerset Community College Dean’s List for the spring 2008 semester.

    Twenty Years Ago

    July 1998

  • Our Fourth is fabulous!

     

    Not being from Campbellsville, I don’t have the memories many of you have growing up here.

    You recall things from 10, 20, 30 or more years ago, and you remember the good old days.

    However, in some cases, the good old days may not have been as good as the days we are experiencing right now. Take the Fourth of July, for example.

  • Barbasol Championship begins this week at Keene Trace

     

    It is not the Ryder Cup.

    It is not the PGA Tour.

    Heck, it is not even the Senior PGA.

    Here’s hoping, though, Kentucky golf fans will show interest and support next week’s Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace.

    History shows they will as they flocked to Lexington when the city was a regular stop on the Senior PGA Tour, first at Griffin Gate Marriott and later Kearney Hills.

  • Parks qualifies for national tournament

     

    Cooper Parks has played a lot of exceptional golf in his young career, but he was about to shoot a personal best in the final round of the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour Trusted Choice Big ‘I’ qualifier at Quail Chase last Friday.

    However, he made bogey on the 16th hole and waylaid that effort.

    “I was trying not to think about what kind of score I could shoot and was wanting to stay in the present,” he said. “The 16th hole is a tight driving hole and I blocked my tee shot to the right and into the trees.”

  • All-Stars struggle in state play

     

    It was a short stay in the Cal Ripken East Kentucky State Tournament for two Campbellsville Youth Baseball All-Star teams over the weekend.

    Neither the 9-year-old squad nor the 12-year-old team made it past pool play at their respective events.

  • Our Fourth is fabulous

     

    Not being from Campbellsville, I don’t have the memories many of you have growing up here.

    You recall things from 10, 20, 30 or more years ago, and you remember the good old days. However, in some cases, the good old days may not have been as good as the days we are experiencing right now. 

    Take the Fourth of July, for example.

  • We are not "the media"

     

    The journalists at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, amaze me. In the face of one of the darkest tragedies one can imagine – watching their coworkers mercilessly gunned down by a man filled with hatred toward the newspaper and its reporters – the Capital Gazette staff carried on and published a newspaper the following day. That’s exactly what happened last Thursday when five members of the newspaper’s staff were killed. And still, the next day, the Capital Gazette put out a paper.