Today's News

  • Birth Announcements

    Brent and Chanci Patterson of Campbellsville announce the birth of a son, Nyles Scott, at 1:31 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19 1/2 inches long.

    Grandparents are Ronnie and Julie Knifley and Connie Patterson, all of Campbellsville.

    Great-grandparents are Annie Dicken and Justine Knifley, both of Campbellsville, and Kathleen Patterson of Greensburg.

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  • Rise in fire fatalities prompts fire prevention project in Kentucky

    Walmart has donated 100 smoke detectors to the Taylor County Fire Department for installation in local homes to help prevent fire fatalities.

    The donation was part of a statewide effort by the Kentucky State Fire Marshal and Walmart to install 9,000 smoke detectors throughout October

    There have been 56 fire fatalities in Kentucky this year. Twenty - including 13 children - of these fatalities can be attributed to the lack of a properly installed and working smoke detector.

  • South Campbellsville Baptist to host second annual fall festival

    South Campbellsville Baptist Church will host its second annual fall festival on Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. in the church yard.

    Games, activities for the kids, balloon animals and bouncy houses are just a few of the things planned. There will also be free food, including hot dogs, hamburgers, cotton candy, caramel apples and candy.

    For more information, contact the church office at 465-4261 or visit www.southchurch.us. South Campbellsville Baptist Church is located at 601 S. Central Ave.

  • Hughes celebrates 10th birthday

    Kameron Hughes recently celebrated his 10th birthday party with friends. Pictured are, from left, front, Denae Brockman, Kameron and Weston Young. Middle row, Preston Riggs, Destiny Corbin, Matt Goff and Devan Wasson. Back, Dustin Shofner, Seth King, Brett Pike and Daniel Hutchens. Kameron was 10 on Sept 29.

  • Richardson attends fall optometric educational conference

    Dr. Leslie Richardson, optometrist, attended the 2009 Kentucky Optometric Association's fall education conference on Sept. 25-27 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center.

    Richardson heard lectures on glaucoma, macular degeneration and contact lenses.

    His office is located at 1320 E. Broadway in Campbellsville. He has been practicing optometry since 1976.

  • Daisy Troop 794 visits the zoo

    Daisy Troop 794 went to The Louisville Zoo on Saturday, Sept. 19. Pictured are, from left, front, Lainey Watson, Kaitlyn Curry, Emily Kerns, Shelby Cole, Molly Crabtree, Raechel Smith, Emily Willis, Emily Mejean, Sydney Bertram and Miranda Oliver. Back: leader Angie Wilson, Rachel Cowherd, Katie Jenkins, Hailey Farmer, Alexis Wilson, Savannah Mejean and leader Jennifer Willis.

  • New 2 You celebrates grand opening

    New 2 You Fine Accessories and Consignment owner Shannon Beach recently celebrated a ribbon cutting announcing her boutique's expansion. Chamber of Commerce ambassadors, Mayor Brenda Allen and other city representatives were present to kick off the event. New 2 You is located at 730 E. Broadway in Campbellsville.

  • Truth Tabernacle to host festival Saturday

    Truth Tabernacle will host its annual harvest fest on Saturday with a "hallelujah" party from 4 to 9 p.m.

    There will be free candy for the children, games, a bonfire and hayride, weather permitting.

    On Sunday, church members will dress up "old-fashioned days" style. A gospel singing is set for 1 p.m. and a harvest Thanksgiving dinner will follow.

    For more information, call Pastor Raymond Clark at 789-3082. The community is invited to attend each event.

  • Campbellsville BPW celebrates women

    Campbellsville Business and Professional Women's Club celebrated Kentucky Professional Women's Week on Oct. 19 with an awards banquet at Campbellsville University.

    The objectives of Kentucky Professional Women's Week are to promote full participation and equity for women in the workplace, to publicize the achievements of business and professional women on the local, state and national level, and to publicize the objectives and programs of Kentucky Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs as they relate to all working women.

  • TRH to host breast cancer program

    Many wonder what the difference is between traditional film mammography and digital mammography. Here are a few facts:

    -Film mammograms - A skilled technologist positions and compresses the breast between two plates. Then a highly specialized camera takes two pictures of each breast from two directions. This technique has been used successfully since the 1960s.