Today's News

  • Public record for Nov. 27


    James T. Fulks, 17, of Spring Meadow Circle in Campbellsville, disregarding traffic control device, traffic light, completed diversion, dismissed.

    Emily A. Major, 19, of Southside Avenue in Campbellsville, careless driving, dismissed.

    Joseph B. McCubbin, 21, of Longview Drive in Campbellsville, leaving scene of accident, hit and run, no new violations, defendant stipulated probable cause, dismissed.

    Shawn T. Myers, 18, of Speck Ridge Road in Elk Horn, speeding, completed diversion, dismissed.

  • Other teen Thanksgiving letters

    Brittany Jackson


    Being thankful for some may be for their career or their health, but for me, I'm thankful for the simple things in life. I'm thankful for my beautiful daughter, my wonderful mother, and my crazy, outrageous siblings.

  • CU to host art exhibit through Nov. 25

    Campbellsville University will display artwork of Chris Carney of Campbellsville through Nov. 25 in the Art Gallery across from Gosser Fine Arts Center.

    This is Carney's senior show and will consist of two dimensional graphite drawings, color pencil drawings, mixed media drawings, paper masks and kaleidoscope.

    Carney will graduate in December with a bachelor of science degree with a major in art and minor in business administration.

    He has lived in Arizona and California, having been mostly raised in California. He has lived in Kentucky for about eight years.

  • Other adult Thanksgiving letters


    I am originally from Tennessee. I am so thankful to God for bringing me to Campbellsville, for bringing me home. I am so blessed to have an awesome church like Elkhorn Baptist Church and two awesome preachers like Brian Rafferty and Haywood Riner. God has truly blessed me with a church family that loves everybody no matter how down and out they are.

  • Contest winners announced

    "A single thankful thought towards heaven is the most perfect of all prayers."

    —Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

    Today is a time to reflect on the many ways we've all been blessed. And hundreds of people put their reflections into words in the Central Kentucky News-Journal's annual Thanksgiving Essay Contest.

    The contest asked readers to think about how they have been blessed and what they're most thankful for in their lives.

  • Property transfers for Nov. 27

    The amount listed is the price paid or the fair market value of the property.

    Gloria Helton, executrix of the Mildred Kabler Estate, of Felicity, Ohio to Danny and Pam Huber of Landon Lane in Campbellsville, Lots 1 and 2 in Block C of the Wilson Heights Addition, $69,000.

    Harold Burress of Speck Ridge Road in Elk Horn to Johnny Burress of Speck Ridge Road in Elk Horn, a tract of land near Mannsville Road, 1 acre, a gift, fair market value $5,000.

  • CU Art Exhibit ends Tuesday, Nov. 25

    Artist Chris Carney, left, of Campbellsville shows off his artwork to Taylor County Clerk Mark Carney in the Art Gallery at Campbellsville University. The artwork will be displayed through tomorrow.

  • CU to present opera

    The Campbellsville University School of Music will present "Die Fledermaus, Revenge of the Bat" on Nov. 24 at The Gheens Recital Hall in the Gosser Fine Arts Center.

    The productions, directed by Dr. Mark Bradley, professor of music, are free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

    Full productions will be at 8 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 24.

    "'Die Fledermaus"' is a comic opera performed in English with the delightful music of Johann Strauss including many of his famous waltzes," Bradley said.

  • Arts & Crafts Festival

    Saturday’s annual Green River Arts and Crafts Festival at Taylor County High School featured everything from food, quilts and jewelry to Christmas decorations, dolls and purses.

  • Man pleads guilty to assault, drug charges

    A Campbellsville man has pleaded guilty to assault and other charges after being accused of threatening to kill himself and several other people.

    Danny Berry, 26, of 45 Amber Drive in Campbellsville appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, Nov. 18 during regular motion hour proceedings.

    Berry pleaded guilty to second-degree assault, possession of marijuana, possession of drug supplies, first-degree fleeing or evading police and first-degree wanton endangerment. A charge of first-degree attempted burglary was dismissed.