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Today's News

  • Eagles advance in All 'A' tourney

     

    Senior forward Nataj Sanders had 17 points, six rebounds and four assists as Campbellsville rolled to a 76-28 win over Caverna Monday night in the 5th Region All ‘A’ Classic quarterfinal at Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.

    Junior guard Malachi Corley chipped in with 12 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals, while sophomore guard Kameron Smith added 12 points and three rebounds off the bench.

  • Mayor Brenda Allen has a lengthy list of goals and a lot of optimism

     

    Newly-elected Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen has a lengthy list of things she wants to get accomplished since taking office last week, but Allen says she has a lot of optimism as she begins her second stint in the mayor’s office. 

  • McKinney raises questions about more than $600 thousand in city funds for sports complex

     

    The first 2019 meeting of the Campbellsville City Council was held Monday night, and new Councilman Stan McKinney wasted little time asking what the city plans to do with the money set aside for the sports complex.

    Former Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young has long wanted a sports complex to be built in the city, and there was $613,842.63 in the city’s sports complex bank account through Nov. 30.

    McKinney wanted to know if the city could use that money on other projects, namely Miller Park.

  • Mosely carries Lady Cards past Lady Eagles

     

    Taylor County junior forward Ciara Mosely put the Lady Cardinals on her back last Friday night, carrying her team to a win over crosstown rival Campbellsville.

    Mosely had 21 points and eight rebounds in the Lady Cardinals’ 45-30 win in a 20th District game at Citizens Bank Arena.

    Sophomore guard Avery Smith added seven points and four rebounds, while senior guard Shay Mitchell scored seven.

  • Smith leads Cards past Eagles

     

    Senior guard TreVon Smith and junior guard Nick Knifley each hit four 3-pointers in Taylor County’s 80-61 win over 20th District nemesis Campbellsville last Friday at Citizens Bank Arena.

    Smith led the way with 33 points, hitting 4-of-11 from the 3-point arc, and grabbed 14 rebounds. Knifley went 4-of-6 from long range and finished with 16 points.

  • Wrestling Cards to host Red Bird Rumble

     

    The Taylor County wrestling team is hosting the Red Bird Rumble starting at 10 a.m. Saturday at Citizens Bank Arena.

    The weight class tournament features 21 schools, but most of them will not have full teams competing.

  • Swim teams fare well in home meet

     

    Taylor County’s Hannah Koch won two events Saturday, helping the Lady Cardinals win the team title during the Campbellsville/Taylor County Senior Invitational at Campbellsville University’s Powell Athletic Center.

    Koch won the girls’ 50-meter freestyle in 31.62 seconds and the girls’ 100 free in 1 minute, 12.75 seconds. She also teamed with Audrey Koch, Madalyn Nolley and Carynee Ritter to place second in the girls’ 200 medley relay (2:38.24) and second in the 200 freestyle relay (2:19.93).

  • MLK reception set for Saturday, Jan. 19

     

    The Campbellsville-Taylor County Civic League will be hosting a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reception at the Taylor County Extension Office, 1143 South Columbia Avenue, on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. EST. 

  • Max Wise legislative survey available

     

    Senator Max Wise (R-Campbellsville) would like to provide the attached legislative survey to his constituents in the 16th Senate District.  This questionnaire will allow individuals to weigh in on the issues they find important and bring them to the attention of Senator Wise for the 2019 Legislative Session.  Constituents wishing to participate may fill out the questions and return them to the address provided with the survey.

    The survey can be accessed through the attached PDF.

  • 2018 Year in Review

     

    January

    • Dr. James A. “Papa Doc” Ewing celebrated his retirement from Taylor Regional Hospital with a reception attended by family, coworkers and friends. Ewing helped thousands of local patients in more than 40 years at Taylor Regional Hospital. 

    • Former Campbellsville University Athletic Director and Hall of Fame member Don Bishop passed away at the age of 82, leaving a lasting legacy behind at CU.