Today's News

  • Man accepts no blame for fatal accident

    A Campbellsville man, who is being sued for his alleged actions prior to a fatal accident on May 25, 2018, is requesting the complaint against him be dismissed.

    According to the lawsuit, Steven Thomas, the administrator of Shelby Goode’s estate, is suing Calvin Courtney, of Campbellsville, for his actions which allegedly led to the fatal accident that not only killed Goode, but also killed David Blake Lawson, 18, of Lebanon, and seriously injured Jeremiah Moore, 18, of Lebanon.

  • County schools hope to improve energy efficiency

    Ben Buckner, a net zero energy engineer working with CMTA Energy Solutions in Louisville, stole the show at Monday’s Taylor County School Board meeting with a presentation detailing the engineering firm’s plan for drastically improving the district’s energy efficiency.

  • Food delivery service coming to Campbellsville

    Campbellsville residents will soon be able to enjoy local restaurants without ever leaving the comforts of their home.

    This is thanks to Food of Your Mood, a food delivery service that will be expanding its reach into Campbellsville in the near future.

    According to Destiny Locke, who started off as a driver for the company but is now the area manager for Bardstown and Campbellsville, Food of Your Mood originally began in 2007 but didn’t gain much traction in its early form.

  • Taylor duo to play in Mason Cup next weekend

    Two Taylor County High School golfers have received invitations to play in next weekend’s Mason Cup, which will be held at The Club at Olde Stone in Bowling Green.

    Freshman Luke Coyle and senior Addie Westbrook are slated to compete in the event, which will be played Aug. 24 and Aug. 25.

    The Mason Cup is a junior golf event allowing competitive junior golfers the opportunity to showcase their talents while providing development in important life skills such as charitable giving, leadership and teamwork, according to a press release.

  • CU alum Miracle wins gold medal at PanAm Games

    Campbellsville University women’s wrestling alum Kayla Miracle dominated her competition and won her first gold medal at the Pan American Games for Team USA.

    She is the first graduate of Campbellsville University to claim a Pan American title.

    In her first match at 62 kg, Miracle, a 2016 Junior World bronze medalist, handled two-time Pan American champion and 2018 fifth-place World finisher Lais Nunes de Oliveira of Brazil.

  • Taylor wins first golf tournament

    Luke Coyle and Hayes Mason were locked in from the start Monday, helping first-year Taylor County coach Todd Polston pick up his first career win as a head coach.

    Coyle, a freshman, fired a 64 to win the individual title and Hayes, a junior, followed with a 65 for runner-up honors as the Cardinals won Monday’s Madison Central Indian Invitational at Gibson Bay Golf Course in Richmond. Taylor County finished with a 278 team total for the day.

  • Soccer teams win openers

    Once sophomore Peyton Dabney found the back of the net shortly before halftime of Monday’s season opener against Casey County, the Campbellsville Eagles kicked things up a few notches.

    Freshman Chase Hord, sophomore Dakota Harris and junior Jastyn Shively also scored to lead the host Eagles to a 4-0 victory over the Rebels at the Durham Athletic Complex.

  • Eastridge wins national archery championship

    Kristen Eastridge, a fifth-grader at Taylor County Intermediate School, recently won a national championship in the Scholastic 3 Disciples of Archery Nationals in Metropolis, Illinois, from July 10-14.

    Eastridge earned the national championship in the elementary female traditional class in the national 3-D tournament. After the first two days of competition, the field was narrowed to five finalists. Eastridge was ahead 18 points and ranked first entering the shoot-down.

    She recorded four 10s and one eight in the shoot-down to win the national title in the event.

  • CBU to host boxing event Aug. 24 at CES

    Twenty bouts are lined up for the first USA Boxing event in Campbellsville in a few weeks.

    The event is set for Aug. 24 at Campbellsville Elementary School. The first match is scheduled for 5 p.m. and doors open at 3:30 p.m.

    Boxers from Kentucky, Alabama, Ohio and Tennessee are on the card, with several representing Campbellsville Boxing University. Boxers will be competing for championship title belts in every bout.

  • Led by Luke Coyle, Cardinals place third in Cardinal Classic

    The defending state golf champion Taylor County Cardinals have gotten off to a solid start in 2019, finishing in the top three in every tournament in the first week of the new season.

    Taylor County was runner-up in Monday’s Greenwood Gator Invitational at Bowling Green Country Club, third in Saturday’s David “Big Daddy” Parsons Cardinal Classic at Campbellsville Country Club and third in Friday’s Lafayette Five Star Classic in Lexington.