Today's News

  • Grimsley, Hall win region wrestling titles


    The Taylor County wrestling team had three finalists and won two championships at last weekend’s Region 2 Wrestling Tournament at Citizens Bank Arena.

    Junior Jackson Grimsley won the 145-pound championship and senior Griffin Hall took the crown at 152 for the fifth-place Cardinals, who scored 133 points.

  • Time for a change


    I’ve spent my entire adult career in journalism, beginning work in this field just a few months after my 18th birthday. I was a wide-eyed high school senior who took on the task of taking some photos and writing up recaps of local baseball and softball games for my hometown newspaper, which I had grown up reading. 

  • Lady Cardinals win region bowling championship


    Seniors Cherith Brockman and Tatum Hamilton felt two years of missing the KHSAA State Bowling Tournament was long enough for the Taylor County Lady Cardinals.

    They were members of the 2016 squad that won the state title and wanted to get the Lady Cardinals back in their final season with the team in Friday’s Region 2 Bowling Tournament at Phillips Lanes.

  • Taylor's Tungate, Brockman win region titles


  • Lady Eagles beat Washington


    Lainey Watson is turning into a bit of a 3-point specialist for the Campbellsville Lady Eagles.

    The freshman guard hit 3-of-6 from the arc and scored a team-high 11 points Monday night, helping Campbellsville to a 56-25 win over 5th Region rival Washington County at Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.

    Watson has made a team-best 29 3s this season.

  • Campbellsville falls in first round of All 'A' state tourney


    Campbellsville’s first trip to the All ‘A’ State Tournament in four years turned into a short stay.

    The Mayfield Cardinals opened last Thursday’s contest on a 9-0 run and never looked back on their way to a 70-43 victory in the first round of the statewide small school state tournament at Eastern Kentucky University’s McBrayer Arena.

  • Remembering the life and legacy of Judy Cox


    Members of the community gathered together Friday afternoon at the Campbellsville Civic Center to remember the late Judy Cox, who served as the director of the Campbellsville-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce for 16 years. Cox passed away in September 2018 at the age of 72. 

    The brief ceremony culminated with a ribbon cutting and dedication of a conference room at the Civic Center named in Cox’s honor. 

  • Cakes by Camille set to make Food Network debut Monday


    A Main Street business will be hitting national television airwaves Monday night. 

    Cakes by Camille, a local cupcake shop/bakery located at 111 East Main Street in Campbellsville, will be featured on the Food Network program “Winner Cake All.”

    Owner Shanon Camille O’Banion and Andrea Harmon were featured on the show. Their episode will air at 10 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 4. 

    They will be hosting a watch party at the store that night, beginning at 8 p.m.

  • Wrestling Cards place second in Section 6 small school duals
  • State softball tourney moved to UK

    A slew of changes are coming to high school sports in the Bluegrass State.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control met last Wednesday at its offices in Lexington and finalized two locations for spring championships and continued research for future revisions to state golf.

    The KHSAA changed the state softball tournament from a double-elimination format to a single-elimination format last year, and now the board has moved the tournament location.