Today's News

  • Goodin is Cards' Mr. Do It All


    Tre Goodin will do whatever Taylor County football coach Jason Foley asks of him.

  • CHS to host developmental basketball league


    Campbellsville Independent Schools will host a developmental basketball league this fall.

    The league is open to boys and girls in grades K-6.

    Signups for league are from 6-8 p.m. Friday and 3-5 p.m. Saturday at Paul J. Coop Gymnasium. Cost is $35 per participant or $60 for two from the same household and includes a T-shirt and secondary insurance coverage.

  • Eagles clip Hawks, 14-8

    Some critics said the Campbellsville Eagles couldn’t win a game like the one they played Friday night, where the field at LaRue County was a quagmire before kickoff and moving the ball wasn’t easy.

    Well, the critics were wrong.

    Campbellsville overcame the conditions and the Hawks, holding on for a 14-8 victory to wrap up the regular season with a 9-1 record.

  • Cards rout Dragons

    Taylor County senior quarterback Grant McQueary was Mr. Perfect Friday night.

    McQueary threw just three passes, and he completed them all for touchdowns as the host Cardinals rolled past rival Green County, 57-8.

    McQueary finished with 168 yards passing, tossing touchdown throws of 68 yards to senior Cameron Kosid, 66 yards to junior Gabe Burruss and 34 yards to senior DeJhon Irvin.

  • Lady Cards qualify for state for fourth straight year

    The Taylor County Lady Cardinals are heading back to the state cross country meet for the fourth straight year.

    Taylor County placed fourth in last Saturday’s Class 2-A, Region 2 meet at the Hardin County Faigrounds, earning one of the region’s automatic qualifying spots for this weekend’s state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

    The Lady Cardinals placed all five of their scoring runners in the top 30, finishing with 111 points.

  • Maynard places second in region


    Ryan Maynard wasn’t happy with himself.

    The Taylor County junior knew what it took to run a good time Saturday at the Hardin County Fairgrounds, but he came up just short in the Class 2-A, Region 2 meet.

    Maynard placed second to Warren East senior Colton Bullington, finishing in 17 minutes, 23.67 seconds.

  • City moves Trick or Treat hours to Tuesday


    The City of Campbellsville has decided to move Trick or Treat hours to Tuesday due to pending inclement weather forecasted for Wednesday evening. 

    Trick or Treat hours will be from 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30. According to the city's Facebook page, individual organizations and community events will change at their own discretion.

    The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy rain and potential for storms to develop Wednesday evening, prompting the change by city officials. 

  • CHS' McAninch is as steady as they come


    Ian McAninch never envisioned himself as a runner growing up, but a presidential physical fitness test taken when he was in the sixth grade changed all of that.

    McAninch was asked to run a mile in the fitness test, and he said he was one of the fastest in his class. Now a Campbellsville High School senior, his love of running blossomed from there.

  • Flying under the radar no more


    Underestimate Ryan Maynard at your own risk. The Taylor County junior standout cross country runner will only use that to prove doubters wrong.

    Earlier this season, Maynard was reading an article on KYTrackXC.com, which mentioned several of his competitors in Class 2-A. There was just one problem: Maynard wasn’t among them.

    So that day in practice at Miller Park’s walking track, Maynard went harder and pushed himself probably more than he had before. He was on a mission: to prove he belonged among the best.

  • Let there be rock!


    People in the Campbellsville area may have noticed something a little different when scanning through their radio dials. 

    Forcht Broadcasting recently launched The Rock 106.7 FM and 1450 AM, playing Classic Rock X music, which has a basis of classic rock music with a little newer rock music incorporated, as well.