Today's News

  • Greensburg man leads police on chase

    A Greensburg man has been arrested and charged with DUI and fleeing from police after he allegedly refused to stop for local law enforcement.

    Anthony M. Feese, 36, of 302 Greenriver Drive was arrested at 1:48 a.m. Sunday, May 16.

    According to Feese's arrest citation, Campbellsville Police received a complaint of someone possibly driving while intoxicated coming into Campbellsville from Lebanon.

    Court records state that Campbellsville Police Sgt. Shannon Wilson met a vehicle matching the description the caller reported in front of Fiesta Mexico restaurant.

  • County road employees may have radio communication

    County Road Department employees could soon get radios to help them communicate with each other.

    Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers told magistrates at last week's regular Fiscal Court meeting that the May 2 flood is a good example of why the department needs radios to communicate with each other. He said cell phone service isn't available in some areas, which can prevent workers from talking to each other.

  • CU loses title tilt to Cumberland

    Beauford Sanders’ milestone 20th season ended with 42 wins and a near trip to the NAIA World Series.

    For 6 2/3 innings in the NAIA National Championship Bracket, Campbellsville University sophomore pitcher Rusty Devitt was perfect against Cumberland University. Unfortunately for the Tigers, Devitt’s 12-strikeout, three-hit performance was out-matched by Cumberland University’s Aaron Wilkerson, who fanned a 2010 Tournament record 17 batters in a 3-0 Tiger loss on Friday in Joliet, Ill.

  • Five generations of Dulworths

    Five generations of the Dulworth family gathered recently for a photo.

    From left, front, are Pansy Willis holding her great-great-granddaughter Gabriella Ashley.

    Back, Willis' great-granddaughter Sara Dulworth, her daughter Lois Dulworth and grandson Tim Dulworth.


  • Resident charged with selling cocaine

    A Campbellsville man has been arrested and charged with selling cocaine.

    Antonio Urbano, 30, of 1196 Fairview Road was arrested at 2:55 a.m. Thursday, May 13.

    According to Urbano's arrest citation, Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Pickard saw him standing in his front yard while a traffic stop was being conducted near his home.

    Court records state that Pickard saw Urbano throw a bag of white powder in the fender of a vehicle.

    Pickard wrote that the bag contained 14 grams of cocaine.

  • Library to offer children's art contest

    The Friends of the Taylor County Public Library, in addition to the library itself, are hosting the third annual art display and contest for children.

    Children ages preschool through high school seniors are encouraged to participate. Age and grade categories are being created and prizes will be awarded.

    All appropriate artwork will be displayed at the library. The artwork is to be based on the child's favorite book.

  • Week recognizes small business owners

    It's been a long week for Paul Gabehart. It's graduation time and the orders are pouring in at Visions Glass Etching.

    But Gabehart won't complain. He's doing what he loves.

    Gabehart picked up engraving as a hobby in 1992. One day, a camper decal caught his eye. Soon after, he found himself in an art shop in Indianapolis, where he discovered acid etching.

    "I was looking for a hobby that would support itself," Gabehart said.

    Before long, Visions was born.

  • Eagles conclude rough stretch with run-rule win at North

    The Campbellsville High School baseball Eagles bounced back from losses to the No. 3-, No. 9- and No. 25-rated teams in the state to down North Hardin 16-6 on the road Wednesday.

    The Eagles started their tough road stretch by being blanked by Louisville Eastern 9-0 on Friday.

    Brett Kearney, Bryton Taylor and Lake Wiseman singled for the only CHS hits.

    Lexington Tates Creek edged the Eagles 8-7 on Saturday with Taylor and Wiseman having two hits apiece with Taylor scoring two runs and knocking in two more.

  • TRH to present 'Bites & Stings from Creepy Things' course

    Taylor Regional Hospital will present a "Bites & Stings from Creepy Things" course on Thursday, May 20 from 3 to 4 p.m.

    The class will provide information on assessing and providing emergency medical care of various bites and stings.

    All classes are in the TRH Learning & Resource Center at 125B Kingswood Drive in Campbellsville. This class is free for all non-medical attendees. Dr. Stephen Hinton will be the class presenter.

    To pre-register, call 789-5862.


  • TRH to offer CPR course

    Taylor Regional Hospital will present a CPR class on Friday, May 21 from 8 a.m. to noon at the TRH Learning & Resource Center located at 125B Kingswood Drive in Campbellsville.

    The class will be presented by Richard Phillips, TRH staff development coordinator.

    The BLS for Family & Friends Course is for the lay rescuer who does not need a credential documenting successful completion of a BLS course. The BLS for Family & Friends Course will teach participants how to recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies, including cardiac arrest and choking.