Today's News

  • Nutritious school lunches equals healthier children

    Given all I know about food and the food system as an adult, it seems slightly funny that as a child, with parents who diligently packed me a brown bag lunch every day, I was jealous of the kids who ate school lunch. I wanted the pizza, the sloppy joes and the tater tots ... and not my crummy turkey sandwich on whole grain bread.

    I suppose that's because I, along with many Americans, had yet to learn the real impact of unhealthy food on children.

  • Children's parade is July 3

    The third annual Taylor Regional Hospital children's parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 3.

    Participation is open to children ages 12 and younger. Individuals, groups and families are encouraged to participate and create a non-motorized themed float.

    The parade will begin at Campbellsville High School and travel down Main Street to the Family Fun Zone at Jackson Tower.

    Judges will award trophies for different categories. All registered participants will receive a ribbon for participating.

    For more information, call Darlene Humphress at 465-9347.

  • K-Country Colgate Showdown is July 3

    Anticipation and excitement is in the air as aspiring country music artists prepare for the 27th Annual K-Country 105.7/Colgate Country Showdown.

    The contest will be Friday, July 3 at 7:30 p.m. in downtown Campbellsville, in conjunction with the Campbellsville Fourth of July Celebration.

    Acts will compete for several prizes, including $200 cash and an opportunity to perform at the Kentucky State Colgate Country Showdown.

  • CU to host WWII book party

    More than a half century ago, dozens of young men left Taylor County and went to war.

    Many of them didn't return. Their names are enshrined on the Taylor County War Memorial on the grounds of the Taylor County Courthouse.

    Others did return. They married, went to work, had families and put aside their memories of war as best they could. During the last year and a half, those surviving World War II veterans shared their stories of war with students at Campbellsville University.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball standings

    Men’s Church

    East Division

    Elk Horn Baptist    6-0

    Columbia Nazarene    5-2

    Freedom Baptist    4-2

    Campbellsville Baptist    4-3

    First Baptist    2-5

    Vineyard    1-6

    West Division

    Summersville Baptist    6-1

    Living Grace 1    5-2

    Campbellsville Christian    4-2

    Woodlawn Christian    3-4

  • Public record for July 2

    It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "On the Record" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.


    Brett P. Hudson, 28, of Old Pitman Road in Campbellsville, contempt of court, 10 days in jail.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball results

    Men’s Church

    June 29

    Columbia Nazarene (20) — Steele single, double, homer; M. Johnson 4 singles; Stockton 4 singles; Moore 2 singles, triple, homer; Somerville 2 singles, double; Parson 3 singles; Staton 2 singles. Living Grace 2 (7) — S. Powell 2 singles; Matt Humphress 2 singles; Childers 2 singles.

  • Veterans Memorial Park softball schedule

    Monday, July 6 (Men’s Church)

    (June 15 make-ups)

    6:10 (1)    Campbellsville Baptist vs. First Baptist

    6:10 (2)    Robinson Creek Baptist vs. Woodlawn Christian

    7:15 (1)     Freedom Baptist vs. Vineyard

    7:15 (2)    Living Grace 1 vs. Palestine Baptist

    8:20 (1)    Columbia Nazarene vs. Elk Horn Baptist

    8:20 (2)    Campbellsville Christian vs. Summersville Baptist

    9:25 (1)    Freedom Baptist vs. Elk Horn Baptist

  • CU hoop Tigers to play Cats in Rupp

    Campbellsville University's men's basketball team will play the University of Kentucky in an exhibition game on Monday, Nov. 2.

    Keith Adkins' 2009-2010 team will have an opportunity to do something no other CU team has done on the hardwood - play the University of Kentucky in Rupp Arena.

    Making the exhibition even more special is the fact that the Wildcats have a new coach in John Calipari and what some observers say is the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation.

  • Annual gospel singing is Sunday, July 5

    The annual Fourth of July Celebration gospel singing is set for Sunday, July 5 at Campbellsville Baptist Church beginning at 6:30 p.m.

    The singing is an official event of the Fourth of July Celebration.

    Three gospel groups will perform - the Joymakers, From the Heart and The Polston Family.

    The Joymakers are from Greensburg and have been in existence for more than 50 years.

    The Polston Family, of New Castle, is made up of Garry Polston, Tracy Bertram, Lula Polston and David Martin.